Each links below are affiliated with artist, Ryan Orewiler.. The list includes linkks to galleries, businesses, libraries, colleges, museums, articles, favorite famous artists, favorite living artists, and non-profits charities that Orewiler donates to.
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Puffin West Inc.- Donated a George Washington stencil for the Honorflight and received and award from OHIO Governor Kasich
Art For Life - Columbus Aids Task force - Live Auction artist 2014- "Metro 2014" 7ft x3ft oil on panel sold for $7,200
Art For Life - Columbus Aids Task force - Silent Auction artist 2010- "Under the El 2526"
Southeast Mental Illness and Fresh Air Gallery- Art of Recovery 2010 (Featured work"The Reception at The Fresh Air Gallery 2010)
Pro Musica Chamber Orchesstra - Lovers & Dreamers - 2010 artwork-"Brewery District & LeVeque Tower- Columbus, Ohio" (columbus cityscape paintings)
Camp Sunrise Saturday, August 28th, Harrison Park Clubhouse, Columbus, OH- donated piece LeVeque Tower- bronze series
"Courage Unmasked" Joan Bisesi Foundation for Head & Neck Oncology Research for James Cancer Center, Ohio State University 2010 - Donated piece "Rampage"
Taste to Remember- May 20th, 2010 - Children's Hunger Aliance- artwork- Columbus Cityscapes- Sikscreen originals.
Breast Cancer Foundation Gala- 2009 - "Gift Certificates"
St.Mary's German Village Gala - 2008 - artwork- "St.Marys 3rd street"
Gala at La Tavola- 2008 artwork- "Duomo of Florence", "Rome Abroad"
Gala at the Art Exchange fundraiser - 2008 artwork- "Short North Lights"
CAPA Gala 2007 artwork- "Champs Elssess", Muse' D'Orsey study", Times Suare #29"
Art for Life - Columbus Aids Task force - 2006 artwork- "On Broadway"
Urban Landscape group exhibition on WOSU
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Donations for Non Profits
Puffin Foundation West, Ltd. (PFW) is working to enhance the cultural landscape by partnering with other not-for-profit groups and individuals who share our mission philosophy.
AIDS Resource Center Ohio (ARC Ohio) is Ohio’s premier nonprofit provider of a comprehensive and coordinated response to HIV/AIDS, from prevention to diagnosis and treatment.
Fresh A.I.R. Gallery exhibits the works of individuals and artists affected by mental illness and/or substance abuse disorders.
Supporting women on their journey of personal growth and to walk in their shoes with confidence, strength and stability.
The Museum is a community treasure, and we (Women's Board of the CMA) help to preserve and enhance that treasure. We do it with style and humor, bringing our talents, time, and camaraderie to make our fundraisers some of the most successful and anticipated events in Central Ohio.
Ohio Cancer Research Associates Special Events are presented to raise funds for seed money cancer research and to make aware the importance of early detection in saving lives.
Camp Sunrise, now in its 20th year, will continue its tradition of providing programming specifically developed for children impacted by HIV/AIDS
Founded in 1978, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra delivers a unique classical music experience that enriches and inspires people in Central Ohio and beyond – through innovative chamber orchestra programming, educational outreach, audience intimacy, and artistic excellence.
Owner and operator of downtown Columbus’ historic Ohio, Palace, and Southern Theatres, and manager of the Riffe Center Theatre Complex, Lincoln Theatre, and Shubert Theater (New Haven, CT), CAPA is a non-profit, award-winning presenter of national and international performing arts and entertainment.
In 1866, Saint Mary was built as the third catholic church in Columbus, Ohio. Located in the heart of historic German Village, beautifully brings together history and tradition with a vibrant faith life. Considered by many to be the landmark building of the area, St. Mary’s stands as a symbol of the religious foundation of the German immigrants who settled here during the 1800’s.
Through the Arts, we strive to raise awareness and promote the prevention of Human Trafficking. We will host a 1-2-year series of art events at The Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington (MAC), The King Arts Complex, and The City of Columbus Cultural Arts Center (CAC). These events will include visual art exhibits, spoken word, concerts, dramas, films, community discussions, as well as outreach and training projects in local schools with children, teens, and women, including those who are homeless.
Founded in 2010, Joan’s Foundation is dedicated solely to head and neck oncology. Our mission – our promise – is to improve lives by raising funds to support head and neck cancer research, education, awareness, and survivorship.
Roy G Biv's mission is to support vibrant, emerging artists by presenting exhibitions that increase the public's awareness of the artists' work while enhancing the cultural diversity of central Ohio.