One of the greatest existing virtual artwork displays demonstrates not only the resourcefulness of artists in the course of pandemic periods, it also celebrates the role of artists in setting up and fostering human togetherness.

“Build It: Artists Building Neighborhood in Ohio,” introduced by the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery, spotlights works by a dozen Ohio artists, all of whom provide distinctive views, types and components to their visualization of “community.”

Though the exhibit is extraordinary and pleasant to stroll through in human being, it is only out there to the community on the web. Happily, that virtual incarnation is robust and incorporates pictures of the entire show improved by information and facts about the artists and their get the job done.

Columbus artist Stephanie Rond, properly-known in central Ohio for artwork shown on neighborhood streets, has 4 acrylic, paper-on-canvas will work representing spots the place she has frequented and labored. The premier, “Alphabet Vs. the Goddess Yemaya” (about 6-by-8 feet), developed in Cuba, exhibits a youthful woman standing in h2o in entrance of an old stone setting up even though publications fly higher than her like birds.