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Mike Elsass still expanding exhibit space He has vision for special events.

Mike Elsass still expanding exhibit space He has vision for special events by Pamela Dillion for the Dayton Daily News, October 26, 2013 Nationally known local artist Mike Elsass is very good at what he does. Not only as an artist but also as a manager of his art career. He’s been busy opening up new exhibit space […]

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Larger Work, Bigger Spaces

Many of you know, Mike knows how to keep himself busy. He always seems to have a project or two going on these days. Mike recently began working on some new steel that is unlike anything he has ever done before. The new size and shape are what he likes to call “ripples”. The ripples […]

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Studio Update

Mike Elsass’ acrylic on rusted steel paintings are only increasing in demand these days. For Mike, this means experimenting with new sizes, shapes, and painting techniques to bring fresh perspective to his work.  I spent the day at Mike’s studio and I was excited to see all the progress he’s made since the close of […]

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The Color of Steel

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The Color of Steel: One DCP writer’s account of painting with a master – Mike Elsass by Annie Bowers The scent of acrylic paint, polyurethane and incense lingered in the air at the old warehouse. Industrial fans hummed, and someone down the hall was using the freight elevator; I could hear the distinctive creak of […]

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