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the wonder of watercolor

an exhibit of original works by award-winning Cleveland artists

Tim Myrick and William Martin Jean

 Opening Reception

February 13, 2012 – 5:30 to 7:00 PM

RSVP BY Feb 10 Please-  or 216.410.8793

The Plain Dealer Lobby Gallery -1801 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, OH

Show dates: February 13 to March 31, 2012

the artists:

tim myrick

employs masterful techniques in transparent watercolor and dry-brush, to create paintings with unusual depth and detail. His has been described as a unique blend of talent and skill.  His subjects depict simple pleasures, respect for nature and the ability to capture the warmth and character of ordinary people. He is currently working on a book- a collection of his art and writing, titled “How Sweet The South™”


Tim’s current work includes a series of paintings of the Shaker Lakes and other areas in Northern Ohio, in addition to his body of work depicting Southern scenes. He has won numerous awards. His recent painting entitled “Coventry Street Depot” won an award in a prestigious international competition.  Tim is a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art.


william martin jean  

is an exceptional artist who, after a successful career as an outstanding teacher and arts administrator at the Cleveland Institute of Art, now works full time in his studio. He is represented by several galleries throughout the U.S. Jean’s work can also be found in private and corporate collections nationwide including The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio and the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington. DC. His most recent New York showing was in March 2008 at the New York Armory, “Works on Paper.”

He is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace College and completed his graduate work at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Institute of Art.  His many awards include Special Mentions for painting in the Cleveland Museum of Art’s May Shows in 1993,1983 and 1979.




Posted by Myrick on February 8, 2012

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