Canton Museum Of Art
Explore and enjoy more at the Canton Museum of Art (CMA) — Ohio’s premier location for an exceptional visual arts experience! The Canton Museum of Art is recognized for powerful national touring exhibits and dynamic original exhibits featuring prominent artists and the Museum's unrivaled Permanent Collection of American watercolors and contemporary ceramics. CMA also connects schools and various community groups through innovative educational outreach programs for inspired learning through the visual arts. CMA offers In-Museum studio art classes for all age groups in diverse mediums such as ceramics and painting. Enjoy special art events throughout the year, including "First Stop First Friday" (a Canton arts district celebration held the first Friday of every month) and the widely popular Christkindl Markt, one of the Northeast Ohio region’s top holiday markets for fine arts and fine crafts. From concerts and lectures to workshops and more — there is always something new to Explore & Enjoy More at CMA! Learn more about upcoming exhibits and special events, show your support by becoming a member and enjoy special benefits, browse current and past exhibits online — all at www.cantonart.org. And be sure to stay connected via our Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube networks!
Exhibits On-View November 23-March 6, 2022:
MARVELOCITY: THE ART OF ALEX ROSS
Considered one of the greatest artists in the field of comic books, Alex Ross has created some of the most iconic images known to fans today. For nearly 30 years, he has revitalized classic superheroes into works of fine art by illustrating characters including Spider-Man, Captain America, Iron Man, Storm from the X-Men, the Avengers, Black Panther, and many more.
UNSOUND: HANNAH PIERCE CERAMICS
Hannah Pierce is a ceramic sculptor and mixed media artist currently making work as a Resident Artist at Nottingham Center for the Arts in San Marcos, CA. Before graduate school, Hannah worked as an educator for people with developmental disabilities at Canvas + Clay Studio located in Eureka, California. Influenced by this experience, she has taught many ceramic classes and workshops at art centers and colleges across the country with a focus on accessibility and inclusion. Hannah has exhibited her work in numerous internationally recognized exhibitions and art fairs, such as Aqua Arts Miami and Superfine! Arts Fair DC.
TOM FRANCO AND THE ICE-CREAMS: BEYOND STRUGGLE, WHEN THE FUTURE HELLO MEETS IDENTITIES DEEP ROOTS
Tom Franco considers himself a folk artist and his work represent images of his native Bay Area California, our shared global culture, as well as scenes of his inner life in the subtler realms of reality. His work is made of about 80% found materials including surfaces he paints on, the paint itself, and both large and small items.
POP/OP features American Pop and Op art pulled from CMA's collection and from lenders. POP/OP brings these movements together in one space, with rhythmic lines and bold colors. Featured are artists such as Julian Stanczak, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, and Roy Lichtenstein.