The Loganberry Books Annex Gallery features a monthly rotation of local artists. Shows are self-curated, in an open space with natural light, offering commission sales, an opening reception, and promotion all month long. From painting to photography, ceramics to collage, each month is a new feast of artistic enterprise. Both individual shows and small group shows are accepted, with the exhibition on view all month. Applications are accepted year-round, BIPOC artists encouraged.


Artist receptions are the first Thursday of the month from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm



✶ Want to exhibit your work with us? ✶

Submit an Annex Gallery Application


✶ Want to sell your artisan items with us? ✶

Submit a Local Artisan Consignment Application


Current Exhibit


Charlotte Lees

Thursday, August 1, 6:00PM

Charlotte Lees, an artist living and working in Cleveland, Ohio, creates contemporary images that often reference a connection to the environment. The blending of man and nature imparts a more meaningful context to her work.

Her pedestal and wall-mounted sculptures are influenced by nature, textures, ethnic, and historical patterns, using carved wood, metal, paint, and mixed media. 

✶ This exhibit will be on view 7/10/24 - 7/30/24 ✶


Upcoming Events


Annex Gallery reception: Lari Jacobson

Thursday, August 1, 6:00PM

✶ This exhibit will be on view 8/1/24 - 9/1/24 ✶

From August 1st to the 31st, Loganberry Annex Gallery will host local muralist and decorative artist Lari Jacobson’s show, “Tranquility,” which features recent nature based paintings that are intended to transport the viewer to a peaceful place, bringing forth a sense of calm. 

Annex Gallery Reception & book talk: LKauren Pacini on The Van Sweringens

Thursday, September 5, 6:00PM

✶ This exhibit will be on view 9/5/24 - 9/30/24 ✶

Please join Loganberry for a special Annex Gallery opening evening - that's also a book talk event! Photographer Lauren Pacini will be here to celebrate the opening of his new Annex Gallery Show and the publication of his newest book, Empire Builders: An Illustrated History of the Rise and Fall of Cleveland's Van Sweringen Brothers. 

There will be an open meet and greet reception time from 6-7PM followed by a talk by Lauren about the process of researching and writing this book about Shaker Heights' famous founding brothers.

Past Exhibits



Bella DeRose, Zelda Thayer-Hansen, and Chloe Sampson

✶ This exhibit is on view 6/6/24 - 7/2/24 ✶

Bella DeRose, Chloe Sampson, and Zelda Thayer-Hansen are each entering their thesis year in the undergraduate Sculpture and Expanded Practice program at Ohio University.

Malleable Rigidities: Revelations Through Self-Portrait is a collaborative show discussing how research and experiment-based practices with metal, fiber, mixed-media collage, found object, and print media unite to reveal the possibilities of material transformation, collaborative discovery, and flow within the apparent inflexibilities of each of their lives.

More of our work can be found on instagram at @bellakderose, @chloemargaretmakes, and @createchaoz respectively.




Douglas Manry, Narrative Magic

✶ This exhibit was on view 5/2/24 - 6/2/24 ✶ 

I first became hooked on drawing when, as a child, I felt the need to capture whatever interested me on paper. Over time this became an obsession, and if reality didn't supply enough material, I resorted to inventing some. This same cycle has followed me to adulthood. My motto is "if something needs attention, I can do it through my art." 



Altered Book Group, Circles and Cycles

✶ This exhibit was on view 4/4/24 - 4/28/24 ✶

The Altered Book Group is a local book-artist organization. These artists twist, cut, and bend books to make visual art out of literary art. Six women artists meet monthly to share their work and exchange ideas. They are committed to the individual exploration of the book as art. As altered book artists, they transform the original content or structure of books into unique, purposeful or whimsical expressions using a variety of materials and techniques such as collage, assemblage, stitching, painting, printing, and sketching, often pushing the boundaries of the book as a recognizable object.
The Altered Book Group is comprised of local artists Jane Berger, Phyllis Brody, Gene Epstein, Amy Jacobs, Pat Pitingolo, and Anne Weissman.



Janet Century, Beauty & Luminosity

This exhibit was on view 3/8/24 - 3/31/24

Janet Century is a full-time photographer based in Cleveland, Ohio. She specializes in taking the best photographs you've ever seen, with emphasis on portraits, outdoor lifestyle, landscapes, and travel imagery and storytelling.

This exhibition presents, for the first time, a series of photos of women in their ninth month of pregnancy. Intimate and poignant, these images make visible an aspect of motherhood that is usually hidden from public view.




Gene Epstein

This exhibit was on view 2/1/24 - 3/3/24

Gene Epstein is an artist, bookbinder, book illustrator, muralist and jazz bassist, and is the artist and fabricator of the gigantic bookshelf mural on the side of Loganberry Books. She has an MFA in Painting and a BA in Studio Art. Ms. Epstein is a former college art teacher, former museum exhibits department director, and former museum educator.

Ms. Epstein's folded book sculptures were featured in the 2011 book Book Art, Iconic Sculptures and Installations Made From Books, published in Britain. Her art has been shown in the Tweed Museum of Art (Duluth, MN), in Art and the Law (St. Paul, MN), Heights Art Gallery (Cleveland Heights), the Morgan Conservatory (Cleveland), The Cleveland Museum of Art, the San Diego Book Arts National Juried Exhibition, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and many others.

Ms. Epstein's art is in the permanent collections of the Cleveland Institute of Art Library and Kent State University, and is in private collections in such far-flung places as Helsinki, Finland; Kagoshima City, Japan; Shanghai, China; New York City; Seattle, Washington; Tamarindo, Costa Rica, and places much closer to home.



Annex Gallery Exhibitions 2023

Annex Gallery Exhibitions 2022


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