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 current exhibitions 

Delicate Ecologies
Painting Selections From:
Kelley Booze, Katherine Colborn & Samantha Haring

March 8th - August 10th, 2024

Public Opening Reception: March 8th from 6-9:00
Artist Panel Discussion: May 18th from 1-3:00 

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Delicate Ecologies showcases the work of painters Kelley Booze, Katherine Colborn, and Samantha Haring. The artists put us in an environment where we have the time to notice, we see how elements interact with each other and their surroundings. Sometimes using quotidian objects that occupy space or moments from prosaic and familiar environments, they make us cognizant about the relationship of space, memory and time.   


The paintings seem still and soft, with the appearance of the surface rendered with a sensitivity of mark and a delicate use of the medium. The artists create a quiet moment of reflection for us.


About the Artists


Kelley Booze 


Kelley Booze is a visual artist living and working in Springfield, Ohio. She earned her BFA in Fine Art from Columbus College of Art and Design in 2009 and is currently pursuing her MFA in Studio Practice at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She has taught classes and workshops with various organizations, led public art project initiatives, and participated in many solo and group exhibitions. Her artwork has been exhibited in venues such as Zanesville Museum of Art, Springfield Museum of Art, and Riffe Gallery in Columbus, Ohio. In recent years, she has completed an international artist residency in France, was featured in Studio Visit magazine, honored as a Spotlight Artist by the Ohio Governor, and received an Individual Excellence Award from the Ohio Arts Council. Kelley maintains a studio in downtown Springfield.



Katherine Colborn


Katherine Colborn is an artist living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received her BA in Studio Art and English from Xavier University and her MFA in Studio Art with a focus on Drawing and Painting at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Her work engages with themes of sanctuary and threshold, exploring the place of painting in a culture that values speed and production while saturated with an abundance of imagery.


Katherine has completed residencies at Vermont Studio Center and the Burren College of Art in Ballyvaughan, Ireland. Her work has been published internationally in ArtMaze Mag and she has exhibited her work around the United States. Recent exhibitions include solo shows at the Weston Art Gallery, ROY G BIV Gallery, Kansas City Artist Coalition, and Greensboro Project Space, as well as group shows with the Bolivar Gallery at the University of Kentucky, Site: Brooklyn in New York City, and the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina. She most recently has taught at Northern Kentucky University and Xavier University and continues to work out of her studio in Camp Washington. 


Samantha Haring


Samantha Haring is an artist and educator from Des Plaines, Illinois. Haring earned her MFA from Northern Illinois University and her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. They spent a summer in Italy at the International School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture; it was there that they fully developed their commitment to light, color, and observational painting. Haring was one of the 2015-16 Artists-in-Residence at Manifest Gallery. She teaches drawing and design courses in the School of Design at the University of Cincinnati, and she has been a Resident Instructor at Manifest Drawing Center since 2016. Haring’s work is published in issues #119 and #123 of New American Paintings, as well as in several recent Manifest INDA and INPA publications. They are represented by Gallery 19 in Chicago. Her studio practice is currently based in Cincinnati, where she spends an inordinate amount of time staring at the color of dust.  

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