The Howson Gallery at Judson Park presents “Layered Reflections: Contemplating the Complexities of Transparent Glass on Metal,”November 2-December 5, 2012, featuring the work of enamel list Amelia C. Joynes. Opening reception is Friday, November 2, 2012 at 4:30 p.m. The Howson Gallery is located at Judson Park retirement community, 1801 Chestnut Hills Drive, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106. Call (216) 791-2885 for gallery hours. Free admission.
About Amelia C. Joynes
Amelia C. Joynes is a lecturer in art education and curriculum at Cleveland State University. She also supervises art student teachers at Cleveland State and Kent State University. As an artist, she has worked in mixed media and metals in Ohio, New York, Maryland and Canada. Currently, she is collaborating with an artist in British Columbia on metal etching and enameling. She taught visual art in public school for over 25 years, and has presented at the National Art Education Association’s annual conference, as well as at regional programs focused on arts and special needs, arts assessment, and visual culture. She is a docent at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland.
Judson is an accredited, not-for-profit organization in Northern Ohio that provides programs and living options for individuals taking responsibility for their successful aging. Established in 1906, Judson provides independent living, wellness and membership programs, assisted living, memory support services, long-term nursing care, short-term rehabilitation, home care and adult day services. Judson operates three complementary campuses: Judson Park and Judson Manor, in University Circle, and South Franklin Circle in Chagrin Falls. For those who wish to remain at home, Judson offers Smart Living at Home. More information at www.judsonsmartliving.org.