Columbus artist Sue Cavanaugh gathers cloth into 2-d, 3-d and installation works that invite audiences to mill and ponder. Her art celebrates the routine, ethic and momentum of individual work as well as the meaning and tradition of gathering.
November 1-28 reception November 16 2-4pm
Cavanaugh had solo shows at the OSU Urban Arts Space and the Springfield Museum of Art in 2013 and the Hilton Columbus Downtown in 2014. Her work has been seen in national and international exhibits at the Columbus Museum of Art, Oceanside Museum of Art, Ross Museum of Art, Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum of Art, Ohio Craft Museum and Zanesville Museum of Art.
In 2012 she was selected by the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Free State of Saxony for an artist residency in Dresden, Germany. She worked in a studio at Geh8 Kunstraum und Ateliers for 80 days culminating in a two-person exhibit with Rotterdam painter Marielle Buitendijk.
Cavanaugh’s work is in collections of the Hilton Columbus Downtown and the Ohio Arts Council and private collections in Ohio, New Mexico, California, New York, and West Seattle. She is represented by Muse Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, and gráficas gallery, Nantucket, Massachusetts. She lives in downtown Columbus, Ohio, and has a studio in the 400 West Rich artist community.