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"Places"- A Solo Exhibition by Ryan Orewiler

  • German Village Society 588 S 3rd St Columbus, Ohio (map)

Ryan Orewiler’s reception for his solo exhibition “Places” is bringing together a variety of professionals from the corporate and private sector, not-for-profit organizations, agencies, local artists, & community leaders in an organized cultural and educational private setting in German Village for an evening of entertainment, networking and development.

 The exhibition features a presentation and display of selected paintings, sculpture, music performance, interactive art, and a new concept where fashion meets art.

The Exhibition is inspired by “Places" Ryan visited over time in person, through visualization, and spiritual journey. This is new conceptual and structural place in direction of pursuing future art.



Ryan Orewiler, who grew up in German Village, is a artist living and working in Columbus, Ohio at his studio at ‪400 Rich Street in Franklinton. 

 Orewiler credits the architecture of his childhood, an artist/craftsman family, travels to explore cities throughout the world, and The Columbus College of Art and Design-where he received his degree in illustration- for the direction of his work. 

 His work has been exhibited throughout the U.S.and is included in many private and corporate collections, including the recent acquisition of twenty-four metro works in the AC Dublin Marriott. 

 Although Ryan is most known for his architectural scenes and abstract structural Metro works, he has been experimenting with new media and concepts. In 2018, he was invited to exhibit in Berlin, Germany as a part of Berlin Art Week, where he created work for the exhibition which included Metro inspired installation designs on windows of an abandoned World War II tank building factory and colorful light installations in the dark factory stairwells.


 Ryan’s Solo Exhibition Reception will take place:

Sunday June 9th
2:00PM - 4:00 PM 
German Village Society 

Later Event: June 13
Dine. Drink. Dress.