The show features about 50 works of art in a variety of media. Some of the art work is for sale and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Expressive Arts Fund at Judson Park.
The “May Show” exhibit is free and open to the public through May 31, 2013, at Judson Park, 1801 Chestnut Hills Drive in Cleveland Heights. For more information about the “May Show,” contact Cathy Bryan, coordinator of creative arts therapy, (216) 791-2987.
Historically, the “May Show” (1919-1993) was an important annual exhibit that showcased local art talent at the prestigious Cleveland Museum of Art.
Judson adopted the legendary moniker as a showcase for the creative talents of both its residents and staff. Below are photos featuring original work by Judson Park residents.
Above and below: Audra Rose shows off her hand-painted cards and watercolor prints.
Above: A papermaking enthusiast, Nancy Kermode displays an original work entitled “Sculpture on Kozo.” Below: Leonard Trawick with an original watercolor, “Chicago-The Midway.”