It’s Day 160 of “365 Things to do in Cincinnati” and today we are featuring the Mayerson Foundation Art Gallery. Take a great art collection and display it in the “penthouse” of the Scripps Building downtown and you’ll get an art gallery venue that’s hard to beat!
The exhibit is located within the office space of the Mayerson Foundation. It is open to the public during their regular business hours or by special appointment.
The art ranges from pop art by Roy Lichtenstein (as seen above) to abstract paintings (seen below)…
The Mayerson collection includes sculptural elements and a number of American Indian pieces too.
They also have a few more “modern” collector’s pieces such as this homage to Mohammad Ali:
I truly don’t know what I found more appealing – getting to see all the artwork or getting a glimpse into the offices of the Mayerson Foundation (which are all right together). I will say that the views from their offices are some of the best in the city!
The Mayerson Foundation Art Gallery is located at 312 Walnut Street downtown