The Village Artisans at 100 Corry Street is pleased to announce its June show, an interactive gallery, “How Does Your Garden Grow?” After the Street Fair, members of Village Artisans will cover the Hall Gallery walls with large, blank sheets of paper. Then, beginning June 11, artists of all ages and skill levels are invited to stop by the gallery to draw their own garden visions with crayons, markers and colored pencils. Drawings will be welcomed until all the space on the paper is used up. A celebration of this project, along with much more interaction, drawing and refreshments, will take place from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Art Stroll evening, Friday, June 14.
Be sure to also stop by and see the creative garden outside our shop.
Yellow Springs Village Artisans is pleased to announce its fall community show, “Bound 2B Round.” Artists are invited to create and display two- or-three dimensional art that is round or has a round theme.
Pieces should be at or below a 20-inch diameter or 16 x 20-inch rectangle, and the entry fee for the first piece is only $10.00, with additional pieces only $5.00. Artists may ask whatever price they wish for their works, and Village Artisans will retain only a 15% commission if the work is sold through this show.
The deadline for submitting artwork and application is September 25 at Village Artisans. The show will hang during the month of October. A reception for participating artists and the community (with round refreshments!) will be held on Art Stroll night, Friday, October 18, 2013, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. More information and applications are available at Village Artisans, 100 Corry St. or download here.
Village Artisans proudly presents, Awesome in the Middle, an art show featuring the work of McKinney 8th grade students. Please come by the gallery at 100 Corey Street between March 1- March 28 during normal business hours and discover why Yellow Springs Schools graduate the finest artists around. An opening celebration will take place March 15 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Snacks and drinks will be provided and donations for our classroom iPad will be most appreciated. See you then!
We know the weather during the month of February is always a little unpredictable, so you may or may not have had a chance to make it in to see Ann Bain's exhibit "Wonderfulness." It's not too late if you haven't made it yet. The show is in it's final days, but here are a few images from the show.
Our Miss Ann is so creative. Don't you just love the unique Title "Cards" she made for each of her works? How does one do calligraphy on a feather?
Ann's show will be up until the 27th.
Please try to stop by before then and see the Wonderfulness for yourself.
The Village Artisans Cooperative is hosting an exhibit by member and artist/calligrapher, Ann Bain, throughout the month of February. Ann’s exhibit, “Worldfulness,” is a celebration of the artful use of words.
“As an artist/calligrapher,” says Ann, “I am interested in the meanings that drive the words, as well as the clothes they wear. Color, form, historical associations and even whimsy come into play in my art. I enjoy promoting individual, personal expression as opposed to the limits of technology. One size, or shape does not necessarily fit all.” Most of the February exhibit will be new work full of saturated color, which, Ann adds, “is nice to see in the bleak midwinter.”
A reception for Ann will be held at the Village Artisans on Friday, February 15, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
We are an artists' cooperative started over 25 years ago in the village of Yellow Springs. We show and sell a variety of fine arts and crafts created by our members. The shop is located on the corner of Corry and Dayton Streets in Yellow Springs. --
Open 7 days a week
In addition to our shop we also sponsor Art On the Lawn, an outdoor fine arts and crafts festival held the second Saturday in August. For more information contact
100 Corry St.,
Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387,