About the Art
December 16 – April 01, 2015
Jerry Keller has been creating glass art in the field of stained, etched, fused and slumped glass since 1973. He works with residential and commercial customers on creative commission. Initially color and light was his main draw for his explorations through freelancing in photography. After years of working with hand-cut sandblasted glass, then photographically rendered etchings his work has evolved to incorporate kiln-cast works that have strong three-dimensional relief embedded in the designs.
Much of Jerry's inspiration for the creative process has been from being involved with music. Listening to great music, in all of its varied and creative genres, has always been a magical experience to him. Music has propelled him to join in the fun by playing the saxophone most of his life. He recently had the pleasure of singing in a men’s chorus. You may view more of Jerry's work at www.kellerartglass.com
Cleveland artist Brian Jones has gained a national reputation for his bold and colorful paintings and innovative use of texture. His work is hanging in private and corporate collections around the country. He was the artist/owner of Brian Jones Gallery in Cleveland’s Historic Little Italy and was voted Cleveland’s Best Gallery four years in a row. After closing the gallery in 2012, Brian has focused on providing corporations and institutions with complete custom themes that spotlight the nature of the business and transform the work space into an inspirational work environment. You may view more of Brian’s work at www.brianjonesart.com or to purchase online www.brianjonesgallery.com