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Brandt 21 Information

This year marks the anniversary of one of the first and longest running art galleries in the Tremont neighborhood. For 21 years, Jean Brandt, lawyer, musician, poet, and patron of the arts, has run a venue for new and established … Continue reading

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Terry Durst

I work mostly with found and acquired objects to create sculpture and installation work.  I also make paintings.  I have shown in galleries and in juried shows since graduation from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, in 1987.  I have also … Continue reading

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Mona Gazala

Born and raised in Cleveland by Palestinian parents, Mona Gazala takes her visual cues from a combination of the post-industrial landscape (both construction and decay) and images from antiquity.  Her artwork often incorporates borrowed images and/or borrowed words, repeated and … Continue reading

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Edward Shalala

Like the actual materials, the experience is both nostalgic, yet, new. Retro, still, modern. Although highly visual in nature, the scale and texture of these works explore other sensory perceptions. The sculptures explore personal themes relating to self-exploration, particularly, my … Continue reading

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Laila Voss

Through accumulation and juxtaposition Voss explores urban as well as psychological landscapes. She has exhibited installations, performances, sculptures and drawings in the United Sates and abroad. Her multi media installations have been included in such nationally recognized exhibitions as Urban … Continue reading

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Jess Wheelock

Jess is an artist currently living and working in Cambridge, MA. When Jess was young, she thought that she didn’t have enough problems to be an artist. Now she realizes that she has all sorts of problems. Maybe it’s a … Continue reading

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Ben Parsons

previous Brandt Gallery exhibits: Rags of Light July – August 1998

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Jerry Mann

previous Brandt Gallery exhibits: Hands – Recollections of Dad, September 1996 Proofing the Years, April 2000 For Art, February – March 2007

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Peter Dell

A photograph that is a factual representation ofan object doesn’t impart the same excitement tome, as art that is open to interpretation. I strive topresent works that tap into that space between one’simagination and the “real” world. My favorite works … Continue reading

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Jayce Renner

Jayce Renner uses custom-built software as a tool to produce art. He learned programming while working at companies that market appliances, bank accounts, and what-not. The art results from a transformation of commerce. Each image in the Curve Set series … Continue reading

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