Journey Art Gallery and Studios in downtown Canton Arts District is proud to announce that they are representing the revered “Art of Mac Worthington” in the Canton area. Internationally recognized and locally renowned, Mac Worthington is elated to have a showcase for his work in his home town, Canton, Ohio. Mac’s commanding presence in the art world has gained him unyielding exposure and well deserved respect. His dynamic expression in award winning wall sculptures, outdoor sculptures, tabletop sculptures and pop art paintings mediums creates excitement wherever shown. Many visitors to the downtown area are familiar with Mac’s sculpture “AdroIt Juggler” which graces the plaza on Market St at 2nd St N. The Mac Worthington Gallery has been a main-stay of the Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio, since the 1970′s and continues to be voted as “Best Gallery” in many polls annually. Mac’s work is represented by one other gallery, Coloring The World Gallery, in Ft Myers, Florida. Journey Art Gallery is excited and honored to be named only the second gallery in the country representing Mac Worthington’s work. Mac’s work is in private collections in every state in the US, Hawaii, Canada, England, France, Germany, Spain & Italy. Journey Art Gallery and Studios has been an active and exciting part of downtown Canton Arts District for the past 4 years. Journey’s owner, Su Nimon, is well known as an artist and designer. She is back home in Ohio after many successful years as a freelance artist, designer and musician in Denver CO. Her gallery’s current location is on the 2nd level of 2nd April galerie, at 324 Cleveland Ave NW. The first hanging of of Mac’s work will be unveiled during February’s First Friday event. With this addition of the work of such a stellar talent, Su is exploring the possibilities for creating an independent gallery to serve this area as an arts destination. She’s hopeful that the move into a new location can be announced within the next few months.