October, 2014

Artist In Residence: Pablo Serra Marino

introducing pablo photos

CPR is proud to host Chilean photorealist artist Pablo Serra Marino as part of The Cleveland Foundation’s Creative Fusion artist residency program, which partners international artists with local arts organizations with a goal of maximizing the cultural exchange between the artists and the community.

Pablo, who has been working with us since September, 2014, has been working in the community with classes at Lake Erie Ink, and will be presenting the culminating exhibition of his residency on Friday, November 14.

Hailing from Chile, Pablo is a visual artist and founding member in the former collective art group “Long Distance Runners,” with whom he won awards from Chile’s FONDART (The National Fund for Cultural Development and Arts). He has exhibited his solo work at international art fairs including ArtBo (Columbia), ARTEBA (Argentina), (Chile), ArtLima (Peru), ArtMiami and MiamiScope (USA). His work has been published in catalogs including the New Museum of Contemporary Art’s “Younger than Jesus: Artist Directory,” (2009); “Revision tecnica, 100 pintores,” (2010); and “Sub 30, pintura joven en Chile,” (2013).


CoolCleveland: “Support the work of @ClePrintRoom @Mahalls20Lanes Benefit”

Thank you, CoolCleveland, for this write up about our pancake breakfast fundraiser this Sunday, October 19! Join us at Mahall’s from 11AM to 2PM.


Wet Plate Collodion Portraits for the holidays with Greg Martin – One Day Only!

On Sunday October 26th, The Cleveland Print Room is bringing the historic process of wet plate collodion tintype/ambrotype portraiture to Cleveland, 160 years after its invention, just in time for the holiday season. 

multi portraits

Cleveland artist/designer and CIA graduate Greg Martin will be taking the portraits by appointment only. Greg has been practicing the art and craft of wet plate collodion photography for the past 8+ years, and his award-winning work has been exhibited in numerous shows throughout the region, and in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Tintypes, often considered the Polaroid of the 19th century, are made quickly in a process that uses hand poured chemicals on an enameled metal sheet. Valued for their archival stability in the digital age, tintypes were historically passed down in families as heirlooms. Greg was taught the period-authentic method and uses the same materials, equipment, cameras and lenses that were used back in the 1800’s.

If you are interested in giving a holiday gift that is the perfect marriage of past and present, that will last a lifetime, please call to schedule your personal session with us at the Cleveland Print Room.

Portrait packages for individuals and couples start at just $65. For more information, call Shari at 216 401-5981.
Sittings are available Sunday, October 26th during the hours of 10am to 6pm.

Feel free to bring in any props or costumes that you wish. Also, you may create or design a still life or spirit picture that Greg can photograph during your appointed time.

We are NOW SCHEDULING times for the shoot. If you are interested in setting up session please call at 216 401-5981. Limited availability.