Open Door Art Studio's "Six One Four" show, which opens this weekend, is what you would guess it is - a look at Columbus through the eyes of its artists.

Open Door Art Studio's "Six One Four" show, which opens this weekend, is what you would guess it is - a look at Columbus through the eyes of its artists.

Typically, each of Open Door's exhibitions would feature work from all of the studio's artists - currently there are 88 artists making work at Open Door - but this year the studio added two additional shows to its regular slate of five that feature "smaller groups of artists to give them a strong voice," said Sean Moore, Director of Operations for Open Door, a combination studio/gallery space that serves artists with disabilities and encourages them to discover a unique artistic voice.

Tony Hoover, John Miller and Mark Taylor were selected for "Six One Four" based on their past work in cityscapes and their propensity to create larger-scale works.

"These three artists are very prolific," Moore said. "Each has very different artistic methods and perspectives, but the work makes sense as a collective."

The artists and Open Door staff worked together to select locations, tasking the artists to "provide their takes on places important to them and to [the studio] and to the Columbus community," Moore said.

Hoover was glad to be included, he said, because "I like to paint buildings and houses." Taylor said he selected places of which he had a personal memory.

Featured locations include the North Market, University Hall and Buckeye Donuts. Columbus neighborhoods are also represented, including the Short North, Old Beechwold and Merion Village.

"Six One Four" will remain on view through Sept. 2, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.