Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Yellow Springs Postcards

Are now available at
Town Drug on Xenia Avenue
Village Artisans on Dayton/Corry Street

photography by jafabrit

Monday, March 30, 2009

Video & Slide Show: Public Art Yellow Springs

or for the slide show

Most photographs on slide show by c.bayrak unless otherwise stated

Monday, March 23, 2009

Call to Artists


Call to Artists
We now have the applications available online at the chamberpot gallery website.
The theme of the exhibit is "Yellow Springs".
For those who are new or unfamiliar with the Gallery it is located in the bathrooms of the train station in Yellow Springs and is curated by Nancy Mellon and Corrine Bayraktaroglu and sponsored by the Yellow Springs Arts Council. Our gallery has been featured in various international and national newspapers, such as the NYT, CNN, Kuwait Times, China Daily to name a few, as well as published and website travel guides. It has also been listed as “10 of the world’s unique bathrooms.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

The Art Space Presents THE GESTURE RULES

Deborah Dillon-Bloch and Andrzej Bloch present selected works from their private collection of Polish Graphic Posters and Intaglio Prints. This is an opportunity to experience art work from post World War II circa 1950-1995. The works have been described as bold, potent, mesmerizing, and stunning in their use of the gesture. The artists displayed
offer an insight into a unique period in Poland’s history.

Opening Reception
March 20th 6-9pm
108 Dayton Street

Second Showing
Saturday, March 28 from 11am to 3pm

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Culinary Arts in Yellow Springs

Chefs from five Yellow Springs restaurants create a signature "Yellow Springs" pasta dish, celebrating culinary arts in an "arty" Ohio small town.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Murals and Public Art

If you have any images you would like added to the slide show please send me a jpeg with your name and title to our blog address:

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Pierre Nagely leaving town :(

photo by c. bayrak

and how missed he will be by so many.
I went to see his newest artistic gift (painted cherubs on the ceiling at the Emporium/Underdog Cafe) to Yellow Springs on Wednesday and was happy to be able to give him a hug goodbye. Peirre's murals grace many walls in Yellow Springs, notably in Keiths Alley, as well as the Little Art Theatre, Pass it On kids (Dayton Street, old center stage), Main Squeeze, and a few other spots.
You can see a small sampling of his work here.

All the best Pierre