The Gallery at Old Stone

Art & History

Headed by our Community Engagement Team, the Gallery at Old Stone showcases new and recent works from a wealth of Northeast Ohio artists that vary in subject matter and medium. It also acts as a venue for many of the church’s programs, including adult Bible study and special deep dives on Biblical topics. The Gallery can be accessed through the church’s side entrance on Ontario Street.

Previous Exhibits

  • Sisters in Art: 10th Anniversary Show (May through July 2018)
  • “Unstructured: Pulses of Light and Shadow” by Barney Taxel
    (January through April 2018)
  • “Shooting without Bullets” (April through July 2017)
  • “Unseen Cleveland” by Marge Gulley (June through August 2016)
  • “Project Goldilocks” to benefit Front Steps Housing (January 2016)
  • “Honor Our Old Stone Foremothers” (May through December 2015)
  • Joy Elaine Praznik/Sweeney (January through April 2015)
  • 3rd Annual Trees and Wreaths Festival (December 2014)
  • “Define Me… in 1000 Words or More” by Stacy Gibboni
    (August through November 2014)
  • “Ted: A Retrospective on 40 Years of Cleveland Advertising Photography” by Ted Wetzler (June through August 2014)
  • “Cleveland: A City and Its Waters” by Marcello Mellino  (March through June 2014)

Currently Showing

“Sublunare West”
Recent Works by American-Italian artist Stacy Gibboni
Show Program

Stacy Gibboni is a multidisciplinary artist with a concentration in painting. A New Jersey native, she has earned degrees from the Savannah College of Art & Design and New York University, and currently resides in Venice, Italy. These artworks are a direct reflection of her life and experience, as well as the actions of daily domesticity. She finds inspiration in the trees, games, gardens, printed matter, manual labor and the ever-evolving concept of “home”.

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