Join the The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve in their gallery during the Pearls of Cleveland exhibition—featuring second generation Cleveland School artist, Moses Pearl—to learn about collecting the art of the Cleveland School. This gallery talk is the first of a series of ongoing talks about how, who and what to look for when purchasing the art of the region.
This Collecting Art gallery talk will be presented by Diane Schaffstein from The Bonfoey Gallery and local art historian, Marianne Berardi, Ph.D. Berardi will focus on Moses Pearl as a watercolorist and compare and contrast his work to other notable Cleveland School artists such as William Sommer, Henry Keller, Kae Dorn Kass, Mary Lou Ferbert and Paul Travis. She will also discuss and answer questions regarding what to look for while in the market for this type of art.
Collecting Art of the Cleveland School
Saturday, February 7, 1–3PM