Saturday, June 27, 2015

ART Market In Yellow Springs

Gloria Art Gallery, a walk about exhibition of fine art, presents the inaugural 3rd Saturday Artists' Market. On Saturday July 18, artists from Cincinnati, Miamisburg, Waynesville, and Yellow Springs will be selling original fine art at studio prices. The Artists Market offers buyers a one-stop destination to shop for original art by various artists. Paintings, encaustics, and mosaics are just some of the many mediums the artists used to create their striking pieces. The Market is located at 210 North Winter Street in Yellow Springs, OH 45387 and runs from 10am to 2pm rain or shine.
Gloria Art Gallery is a tiny outdoor gallery with a big impact. Inspired by the Little Libraries, Gloria was created to bring art into the neighborhood. Passersbys enjoy viewing original art by regional artists and all art is for sale in this unique and charming gallery.


Friday, June 5, 2015

Landscape Art at the Gloria Gallery

Gloria Gallery in Yellow Springs, Ohio
Sunday June 7 from 1-4 pm is the Opening Reception for Landscape Abstractions II by Cheryl Pannabecker. at Gloria Art Gallery.

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Friday, April 3, 2015

Dennie Eagleson At IN A FRAME Gallery

"would you, could you" Fine Art Gallery will be hosting an exhibition of work  by Dennie Eagleson, local fine art and documentary photographer.   The exhibition, Transforming the Wild will open on Friday, April 10 with a reception from 6:00-9:00pm, and will run through May 8th.   The exhibition will show recent explorations using out-dated Polaroid film with a hand-made pinhole camera, and some other never been shown photographs.
"would you, could you" is located at 113 Corry Street in Yellow Springs.  For more information, please call:
 Sheryl at 937 767 2962.

Tom Verdon At the YSAC Gallery in April

artist in Yellow Springs, Ohio

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

#ysgram: Instagram Photo Exhibit in Yellow Springs

#ysgram yellow springs black and white photograph
My husband bought me an iphone last year and I went bonkers taking pictures and decided to join Instagram. I was astonished at the amount of amazing photography, and was delighted to see so many of Yellow Springs. Instagram is a social media platform with
black and white photo of mannequin
 300 million members sharing images from around the world. As the company describes it Instagram is a place that is "home for visual storytelling" and this is certainly true of our exhibit.

 For those unfamiliar with hashtag # it "functions as a beacon in order for users to find images of interest." Thanks go to Amy Hable for coming up with the ysgram hashtag so viewers/locals could group and see all the Yellow Springs images in one place.

About the Artists
Sandi Sharp has been a professional artist for over 20 years and is the owner of the Gloria Gallery in Yellow Springs.  Her art work has been featured in private collections in South Africa, America, and Canada.
To see more of her work visit 
and her gallery at

Corrine Bayraktaroglu aka Jafabrit is an artist that hails from the UK. Corrine not only paints, embroiders and photographs but is involved with craft activism, jafagirl  group activities, and supporting the Yellow Springs Arts Council Permanent Collection.
Corrine's Blog & Website 
Jafagirl Group 

Amy Hable - I practiced photography as a child and teenager, with a film camera, focusing on black and white and what I could do with that in the darkroom. Camera eventually broke and I had to stop. Found some joy working in one hour photo labs and at Life Touch. Bought an iPhone a year ago and discovered I could take pictures and edit in a whole new way. No plans on stopping. You can contact Amy at:
Amyhable(at)gmail (dot)com 

Instagram Links 

ABOUT Yellow Springs, Ohio


Monday, February 9, 2015

Exhibiting at the Emporium Wines and Underdog Café

Sketches from the Artist’s Nature Diary
 by Penelope S. Adamson
Opening Saturday, February 14, 2015:  All are invited to attend a special Valentine’s Day opening reception of Sketches from the Artist’s Nature Diary, a collection of original artwork by local artist Penelope S. Adamson. The opening, taking place on Saturday, February 14 from 4-7pm at the Emporium Wines and Underdog Café, will include Valentine’s themed hors d’oeuvers, live music, and wine. The collection embodies the simplicity, patterns, and subtlety found in the natural world through colored pencil and ink. The primary aspects of life weave throughout all of the pieces—bringing a moment of serenity to the viewer. 

Most of the animals and plants in the show, which runs through April 5, are native to our dear Glen Helen and include owls, herons, Sycamore, fox, deer, and more. According to Penelope, “Creating art is a big part of my life—it’s my way of appreciating the world. Through this show, I’m hoping to convey how beautiful life is in the quiet of our own backyards.”

Penelope began drawing before she could talk and began studying art by way of scholarships for gifted children at the Springfield Museum of Art at age six. Since then, she continued studying art throughout school and worked as an illustrator for a time after graduating. This is Penelope’s seventh art show in Yellow Springs. 

For a show preview, visit Those wishing to purchase a piece, a print, and/or to order a commission may reach Penelope at 937-319-8088 or by finding her on Facebook.