February 2018

Opening: Saturday, February 3 2018 @ 7:00 pm

ROY G BIV Gallery presents the first in a series of four exhibitions featuring work by artists that have either previously exhibited with ROY or who previously applied but didn’t get a chance to show their work. This spectrum of artists: past, present and future will present work in a variety of mediums showcasing a range of practices and areas of concentration.


Exhibition Dates: February 3-24, 2018 at 997 N High St. Hours: 1– 6 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free.



 Artist Bios: 

Liz Roberts is based in Columbus, Ohio, US. Currently faculty at Columbus College of Art & Design. Has screened/exhibited at Ann Arbor Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival, New York Expo of Short Film and Video, Microscope Gallery, Wexner Center for the Arts, The Cleveland Museum of Art, SPACES, the Filmmakers’ Co-op, EMMEDIA Gallery & Production Society, Cranbrook Academy of Art, and elsewhere. Roberts received a BA in film production and an MFA in visual art. Involved in a long-running femme collaboration with Elena Harvey Collins. Active member of MINT Collective. Under the umbrella ideas of destruction and survival: transportation spectacles, rogue landscaping, shadow feminism, survivalist and self-help manuals, practical applications for theory, classical film noir, and regional midwestern mythology. 


Mark Reamy received his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2010. Since graduating, he balances freelance commercial work with his studio practice. Whether it’s rebranding local companies, illustrating a children’s book for Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles, or exhibiting an eight-foot disco ball, Reamy engages his audience within a collaborative, curious, and contemplative spirit. After an artist residency tour of the United States throughout 2015, Reamy received the Staff Artist Fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center, where he resided through 2016. Recently he completed an artist-in-residence at the Youngeun Museum of Contemporary Art in South Korea.


Nate Ricciuto lives and works in Columbus, OH, where he teaches at the Ohio State University. Ricciuto received a BFA from The Ohio State University, (Columbus, OH) and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art (Philadelphia, PA). Ricciuto has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows. Recently at Weston Art Gallery, Aronoff Center for the Arts (Cincinnati, OH), S12 Gallery (Bergen, Norway) and Schack Art Center (Everett, WA). Ricciuto’s work both engages and unmoors, emphasizing the bodily experience, imagination, and communication that exists in the odd space between the technical and the intuitive.


Scott Goss is a multi-media artist whose work explores his relationship to time, memory, and place. Goss’s work explores these concepts through a variety of media including glass, video, sculpture, and installation. He received his BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2006 and his MFA from Kent State University in 2014. His work has been featured in solo and group shows nationally, including ROY G BIV Gallery in Columbus, Spaces Gallery in Cleveland, Minan Gallery in Los Angeles, First Street Gallery in New York City and Verge Art Fair in Brooklyn. His work and research has additionally been supported through grants by the Ohio Arts Council, Harpo Foundation and Kent State University.