The Art Show – Season 7

Season 7, Episode 1

New York native and Richmond graffiti artist David Gerena

Cincinnati’s Nancy Hopkins creates one-of-a-kind ceramics and sculpture from terracotta earthenware:

Jason Harrelson

The Bodies@Work exhibit in Columbus reveals the creative collaboration between fashion designer Isabel Toledo and artist Ruben Toledo:

Columbus photographer Jenny Fine

Sacramento’s Artisan Mind engages the creative abilities of those living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia:

The public street art in one Houston neighborhood

We travel to Texas to meet the glassmaking couple behind Houston Studio Glass:

Season 7, Episode 2

Centerville artist Virginia Krause Hess

Dayton guitar maker Gearld Strickland builds the sound of music:

Hip Hop artist Marcus Harrison

Visit the Fantastic Food Garden Mural in Columbus:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

Houston street photographer Alonzo Williams Jr. steps out of his comfort zone with the Everyday Strangers project:


Dancers in Minnesota share the meaning, history, and ceremonial dress of three unique Native American dances.

Season 7, Episode 3

Dayton Film Maker David Sherman and Songwriter Sandy Bashaw

Cincinnati photographer Tina Gutierrez uses developmental movement to capture the authentic self of her subjects:

Columbus artist Amy Leibrand

The ancient game of chess is flourishing all across the city of Columbus:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

Music creates a bond of brothers for the vocalists of Detroit’s Vision Male Ensemble.

Season 7, Episode 4

Art Street at the University of Dayton

Bradford science-fiction author John Scalzi pens award-winning novels:

The Max Beckmann Exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum

Women artists Dare to Be Heard in a powerful exhibit in Columbus.

Albert Ewing's 'Hidden Mothers' photography

Cincinnati-native and pottery Richard Aerni works out of his studio in Rochester, New York:

Longline Skateboards

Retired Wisconsin art teacher Ramona Audley creates colorful pop sculptures that are 100 percent recycled:

Season 7, Episode 5

North South Studios in Wilmington

The stunning works of the husband-and-wife team behind Koverman Mosaic are part of the fabric of Cincinnati:

Mixed media artist and sculptor Amanda Louise Spayd

Meet the members of the Columbus tap-dance company Movement Afoot:

Contemporary artist Quang Ho and his exhibition at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale

New Mexico photographer Kirk Gittings finds a sense of presence in abandoned and unpopulated places:

Artist Steve Slaske

Florida wildlife artist Virginia Fifield creates realistic charcoal portraits:

Season 7, Episode 6

Dayton Art Institute

Dayton artist Annie Lee-Zimerle creates playful images with a powerful message:

Ceramic artist Sara Swink

Check out the free-flowing style of Columbus fashion designer Voszi Douglas:

The copper kettle factory D. Picking Company

The Butterfly Project of Houston’s Holocaust Museum connects generations:

Season 7, Episode 7

Dayton's Zoot Theatre Company

Visit the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberforce, Ohio:

Columbus Artist and Doll Maker Amber Groome

Woodworker James Mellick crafts a special collection of wounded warrior dogs at his Union County, Ohio workshop:

The Wonderbound Dance Studio in Denver, Colorado

Travel to Arizona to meet alabaster sculptor Susan Zalkind:

Fine arts photographer Craig Royal

Minnesota artist Kurt Seaberg creates lithographs of mysterious and haunting landscapes:

Season 7, Episode 8

Sierra Leone

New Carlisle artist Jean Koeller enjoys painting en plein air:

Crystal Creek Glass

Worthington, Ohio’s historic Trondlin fortepiano undergoes a complete restoration:

Strand Theatre in Delware, Ohio

Ensemble Ibérica brings the music of Spain and Portugal to Kansas City audiences:

Fenix Drum and Dance Company

Minneapolis photographer Sarah Beth Ernhart specializes in modern and unique pet portraits:

Season 7, Episode 9

Dayton Watercolorist Peter Frederick

Chase Public brings artists and audiences together in Cincinnati’s Northside:

Merry-Go-Round Museum in Sandusky

Travel to Columbus to meet special-effects makeup artist Janae Smith:

Animator Seth Mittag

British artist Philip Worthington combines graphic design and technology to create shadow monsters:

See Art Orlando public art project

Videographer Thomas Ashcraft documents rare atmospheric phenomena at his New Mexico lab:

Season 7, Episode 10

The Rubi Girls

A conceptual wall drawing by the late Sol LeWitt is reinstalled on the Wright State University campus:

Penny scale collector Christopher Steele

Columbus artist Mandi Caskey brings the spirit animals of Compton Construction employees to life:

Kit home designer Brett Zamore

The magic of the midway is celebrated at the Showmen’s Museum near Tampa, Florida:

12 Years a Slave

California’s Sandra E. Artist uses the human body as the canvas for her walking works of art:

Season 7, Episode 11

Dayton Fiber artist Jackie Weatherly

Cincinnati woodworker Jeff Vollmer reveals some of the secrets of his puzzle boxes:

Artist and Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Bluffton University Phil Sugden

A Columbus exhibit of work by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Max Desfor gives us a look back at the Korean War:

New Mexico Arts Studio Axle Contemporary

Travel to New York City for a ride on Jane’s Carousel – a lovingly restored, historic jewel that once called Youngstown, Ohio home:

The works of Norman Rockwell

Meet Arizona sculptor Bobby Zokaites, who uses a Roomba robot vacuum as a paint brush:

Season 7, Episode 12

Rock balancer and installation artist Sterling Gregory

ReImagining Works commissions new, original artwork for branches of the Dayton Metro Library:

Artist Charlotte McGraw

Satisfy your sweet tooth with a trip to MMELO Boutique Confections in the Short North Arts District of Columbus:

A California neighborhood turning dumpsters into canvases

The one-man show “Bond: A Soldier and His Dog” by Iraq War veteran Logan Black captivates audiences at the Kansas City Fringe Festival:

Season 7, Episode 13

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

The Pens to Pictures collaborative teaches incarcerated women at Dayton Correctional Institution how to make their own short films, from script to screen:

Cleveland woodworker Jon Hill

Cuban-born Cervilio Amador finds freedom as a principle dancer of the Cincinnati Ballet:

Designer Kenji Kondo

Watercolor artist Ken Landon Buck is also an educator who enjoys sharing the lessons he’s learned: