American, Texas; USA, 1961
Works out of: Ohio; USA
Ginger W. Ware creates autobiographical oil paintings, monotypes, and drawings that interpret her northeastern Ohio surroundings as well as global destinations and journeys. Originally from Wichita, KS, she has lived in and near New York City, Barbados, Philadelphia, Chicago, Reno, NV, and Cleveland, OH. She and her husband Bryan collaborate on various humanitarian projects that have taken them to 9 countries in Africa and Asia; these places along with her European travel have continually inspired Ginger’s art practice for the last decade.
Ginger W. Ware holds a BFA in Studio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2011) and a certificate in painting and merit award from the Art House Studio (Chicago, 2013). Other credentials include an MFA in fiction writing (Columbia Univ., 1988) and an MA in theology (BTS, 2009). A passionate amateur cellist, she is a member of the Cleveland Repertory Orchestra. Her work has been exhibited in many juried shows and can be found in private and public collections nationally. She lives in Cleveland Heights, OH, and is represented by the Art House Gallery.
Drawing, Black and White, Representations of Everyday Objects, women artists, Landscapes and Waterscapes