- WELCOME TO BRANDT GALLERY
This website provides an archive of art exhibits and performances which occurred at 1028 Kenilworth, in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland from 1990 – 2015 in that space which Jean Brandt rented for her law office during those years.
As an artist herself, she chose to also share her law office space with other artists and their creative endeavors when she rented the storefront office in Tremont 1990 – 2015.
This site serves as an archive of the exhibits at the physical Brandt Gallery as well as a venue for Jean Brandt to share some of her own artistic endeavors, some samples of which may be found here.
Thank you for stopping by this website!!!
- Thanks for the Memory
Constant Background, prints by Bruce Edwards opened May 9, 2014 and ran through June 14, 2014. This was the last exhibit at Brandt Gallery at 1028 Kenilworth. (*NOTE Jean Brandt continued exhibits in the adjoining storefront called The Lab through the end of 2015.)
I certainly did not think in the fall of 1990 when Terry Durst and I opened the first exhibit in the storefront I rent for my law office, Olde Stuff a Ten Year Retrospective by Terry Durst – that 24 years would go by so quickly.
I cannot possibly in any manageable space begin to thank the countless people who contributed with their artwork, talent, skill, purchases, donations, time, and/or just being there at the events because you are a part of the Northeast Ohio arts community and that’s just what we do, but allow me to say here if you are reading this THANK YOU.
These years have been an incredible experience for me.
The demands of my law practice and commitment to those clients is but one of the reasons at this time it is not practical to continue the on-going art exhibits at the space.
As is often said, as one door closes another opens, I certainly have not ruled out the possibility of working in the operation of an art gallery again. At this juncture for myself and the artists who may have exhibited in the future it makes sense to bring this chapter to a close so that other opportunities might be pursued.
* Thanks for the Memory, a nod to Cleveland’s own Bob Hope
©2016 Jean Brandt