Haserot Angel

One of the more famous graves in Lake View Cemetery is the Haserot Angel, actually named “The Angel of Death Victorious.” The life-size bronze angel holds an extinguished torch upside-down. Her wings are outstretched and she gazes straight ahead as she sits over the graves of Francis Henry Haserot and family. The Haseort Angel’s most […]

Cleveland City Hall – Sister City, Ljubljana

Cleveland has many sister city’s around the world, 22 to be exact and Ljubljana, Slovenia is one. Ljubljana is the capital and largest city of Slovenia as well as Slovenia’s scientific, cultural, and economic center. Cleveland is home to around 80,000 people of Slovenian descent; the largest group outside Slovenia. Inside Cleveland’s City Hall, sits […]

MoCa Cleveland

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCa) Cleveland is celebrating 50 years this year! In honor of this celebration and in conjunction with their Open House initiatives, MoCa Cleveland will now offer free admission year around! The Open House initiative supports the museums core values of diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. Free admission will make the museum […]

Presidents in Art around Cleveland – Lincoln

Max Kalish’s statue of Abraham Lincoln stands proudly in downtown Cleveland. Abraham Lincoln would serve as our sixteenth President from 1861 until he was assassinated in 1865. Lincoln is known for his two visits to Cleveland, one in life and the other in death. On his way to his inauguration, he stopped in Cleveland, gave […]

Presidents in Art around Cleveland – Jefferson

On the steps of the Cuyahoga County Courthouse in downtown Cleveland sit two statues – one of Thomas Jefferson and the other of Alexander Hamilton. Thomas Jefferson of course was the third President and author of the Declaration of Independence. Hamilton was the first Secretary of the Treasury under Washington. The two had very different […]