solo exhibition 2020

10.1.20 thru 1.1.21

at One Line Franklinton 

The age of Earth is estimated to be 4.54 billion years old (4.54 × 109 years ± 1%).  This age may represent the age of the Earth's accretion, or core formation, or of the material from which the Earth formed.


The earths climate change and the extinction of certain animal species leads to disruption in the food chain of all species. Our ecosystem depends on biodiversity and the support from all humans and beings on earth. 

In 2020, Orewiler was offered a solo exhibition at new One Line Coffee in Franklinton. He titled the show "ANESIDORA"

+Anesidora (Ancient Greek: Ἀνησιδώρα) was in Greek and Roman mythology an epithet of several goddesses and mythological figures. The name itself means "sender of gifts".

The ANESIDORA exhibition highlights his 8ftx5ft painting GAIA (and her top endangered animals) that illustrates educates and brings awareness to the earth, endangered animals and the mythical story of Mother Earth and the giver of life. 

Orewiler has personally organized this GAIA project and has personally recruited numerous sponsors and affiliates to help with promotions and the production based on the GAIA illustration and concept. Many thanks to those who have contributed and have supported this vision. 

More information on the ANESIDORA here

group exhibitions 2020

10.1.20 thru 11.1.20


Franklinton Columbus, Ohio

showing "ATOM & EVE" 5'x4' painting of 80 animals creating a skull symbolizing the destruction of the earth by humans.



Illustration of Mother Earth and her top endangered animals

99"x60" acrylic on canvas

by Ryan Orewiler

"Gaia" t shirts of the painting will be available on 10.10.20 at these sponsor locations; One Line (Franklinton), Antiques on High, Ambrose and Eve and Go Yoga.

Other sponsors include Embien printing, Larry Hamil photography, Kelley co., and Art Patron.

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