Parma Art Scene
Prama Artspace Gallery & Boutique, located at 5411 Pearl Rd is currently showing Rock and Roll Nightmare. Owner/operator Sean Mabin loves Halloween and he loves Rock. Overjoyed that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies are here in Cleveland this year, he decided to join his loves for this exhibit. This exhibit has rock, shock, and horror all rolled into one fantastic show. Artists include; Kendall Hogan, Ryan Jones, Tabbitha Kirkpatrick, George Kocar, LTP Art, Sean Mabin, Victor Melarango, Karen Novak, Nico Pico Train, Jill Sampson, Shawn Sloburn, and Patrick Tighe. The exhibit runs through November 21st. In addition to outstanding art exhibits, Prama also has boutique items for sale. These are unique, hand made items, made by local artists. Prices are reasonable and start under $10. Great place to find stocking stuffers. Follow Prama on Facebook and Instagram. Prama Artspace also has a YouTube channel, and web page.
Craft season has begun. Michelle Behal, President of Parma Area Fine Arts Council, owner/operator of Bear Tracks Art, acrylic painter and wood burning specialist currently has items for sale at 4 retail shops, The Rift Shop, 8135 Columbia Rd in Olmsted Falls, Handmade Treasures, 6879 Southland Dr, Middleburgh Hts., Cleveland Craft Nook, 13803 Ridge Rd., North Royalton, and Rooted Oaks, 9296 Market Dr., Streetsboro. She’ll also be in a show, Nativity in Akron.
Katrina Lindsley, owner/operator of Devotions, is a very busy lady too. She makes smelly jelly room fresheners, sprays, candles and more. You’ll find her at The Rift Shop, 8135 Columbia Rd in Olmsted Falls, and Rooted Oaks, 92296 Market Dr., in Streetsboro. You’ll also find her November 5-6 at Mentor United Methodist Church, November 12-13 Middleburgh Hts. Grace Baptist Church, and November 19-21 at Christmas Connection in the IX Center.
Board Secretary of Parma Area Fine Arts Council, Inc, or PAFAC, and Artist/Jewlery Designer, Owner Aire of Oppulence.