Welcome to Art Ovation Hotel’s premiere art exhibitions. Through such expressions of the arts and artists, Art Ovation Hotel furthers its mission to serve the community as an active host, facilitator, patron and partner for the arts. With this and many, new and varied initiatives, an exciting palette of artistic opportunities and experiences are presented for the enrichment of our guests and our community.
You are invited to tour our exciting present and past exhibitions and the learn more about the artworks and the talented artists that created them.
Converging Dialogues in Contemporary Art
Cernuda Arte Represented ArtistsSeptember 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021
The exhibition Converging Dialogues in Contemporary Art: Cernuda Arte Represented Artists presents a panorama of contemporary Cuban art made inside and outside the island. The show includes works by Giosvany Echevarría, Miguel Florido, Flora Fong, Lilian García-Roig, Danuel Méndez, and Jorge Luis Santos.View Exhibit
Daniela Steiner: The OpeningSeptember 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021
Daniela Steiner was born in Venezuela. She graduated as a licensed architect in 1988 and worked for five years in the field of design. An interest in personal growth, psychology, and psychotherapy inspired her to become a psychotherapist. Since then, she has approached art as one of her forms of expression and inner healing.View Exhibit
Peter Jacob Christ: Gone But Not ForgottenSeptember 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021
Peter Jacob Christ attended Syracuse University, studied painting at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London, and traveled to Europe before moving to New York, where he pursued painting and worked as a creative director in the field of advertising. He earned a Master of Fine Arts from New York University.View Exhibit
Romelle: UnderwaterSeptember 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021
Romelle is an abstract artist based out of Denver, Colorado. She is motivated by the growth and resurgence of her hometown, Detroit, as it relates to the healing of humankind. She specializes in bright, highly textured pieces that bring spaces to life.View Exhibit
Lisa DiFranza: Time Lapse 2020October 29, 2020 - January 18, 2021
Lisa DiFranza started her daily painting project in March 2020 when the Covid-19 health crisis emerged. The images she created are a diary of sorts, reflecting internal thoughts and dreams, daily surroundings, and the larger American political landscape, during the pandemic. As a collection, they chronicle the year, and the strange ways time has alternately seemed to slow down, then accelerate, only to slow down again — as the world is being transformed and reinvented.View Exhibit