September: in a gallery not so far away... Paintings, sculptures, felted works to spark your imagination. During this exhibit we invited viewers to create their own stories or other creative writing inspired by these fun and fanciful works. This exhibit consists of works by painter Linda J. White, painter Das Nilpferd, sculptor Melony Gingery, and felt artist Ann Grimes.
August: Zero. Zero waste art by Quincy Gray McMichael who uses found canvases and recycled paint.
July: Fleur.Our intention for this exhibit was simply to bring you beautiful art.We picked flowers as a theme and gathered a variety of artistic mediums depicting this lovely subject. Participating artists: A. Fred Stansberry (mixed media), Charlotte F. Swisher (oil paintings), L.S. Gribko (digitally edited photos, Molly Superfesky (stained glass), Rebecca Warner (photography), Susan Witt (watercolor), Shields Herb & Flower Farm (live flowers, opening reception only).
June: mix it up, celebrated mixed media, and it's lack of restrictions. The artists we brought together for mix it up create dynamic and uninhibited works for this amalgamated art show. Participating artists: Marc Bilder, found objects, assemblages. Stacey Elder Oxley, mixed media. Trevor Oxley, mixed media. A. Fred Stansberry, mixed media, tissue paper collages. Charlotte F. Swisher, watercolor and acrylic ink. Elizabeth Jaeger, mixed media, Cindy O'Brien, mixed media.
May:Dreamscape, surreal and illustrative oil paintings by Penny Taylor and earthenware by Kurt Teeter created this fanciful exhibit.
April: Kaleidoscope, we offered viewers an atmosphere of chromaticity in which to saturate themselves. This exhibit consists of nothing but color, in a variety of art forms. Acrylic pour artists: Laura Gatto, Tami Shrout, Heidi Muller. Stained glass artist: Sarah Hoblitzell. Silk scarf artist: Barbara Moore
March: Iron & Ikebana, We juxtaposed two very different artistic mediums, highlighting their contrasts and commonalities – fluidity, strength, structure and fragility. Blacksmith Andrew Rice and ikebana artist Motoko Hattori, of the Keika Kazan School of Ikebana participated in this exhibit.