Gail Larned - Columbus Open Studio & Stage


Our home was built by George Bellows Sr., the father of George Bellows, the famous Columbus artist who lived here before he moved to NYC to pursue creating his art. Eric Marlow and I are the current owners, and as artists, we also have our studios set up in this house. As you approach our home you will see a purple wrought iron fence. The walls are covered with our art and that of many other artists. Everywhere you look, there is something interesting to see. Stroll through the house, into the backyard and into our studio/garage combo we call the “Garagio”. Here you will see both of us “doing our thing”. While you’re in the area, be sure to visit Kendric Tonn, Mindy Staley, Richard Duarte Brown and Rebecca Jadway just a few minutes away.

Restrooms available

Handicap accessible


Painting/Encaustic, Sculpture, Mixed Media



Gail Larned has been involved with fiber art since she was 19 and has created everything from macrame to large coiled sculptures. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and has completed several monumental commissions, including the Ohio Department of Agriculture and the United States Botanic Garden in Washington, DC.


My primary form of artistic expression has been exploring fiber art: knotting and coiling. I have created a series of large flower forms that are a celebration of life and beauty. I’m interested in creating beauty with all of my art, offering a respite from the chaos and stress of life.


I will demonstrate the coiling technique I use to create my fiber flowers.

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