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Visual Arts Section

  • Hotaling shows birds at the brewery

    A reception for "Birding is Hard," an exhibit of bird paintings by Travis Hotaling, will take place this Saturday, Nov. 28, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Yellow Springs Brewery.

    “Birding is Hard,” an exhibit of bird paintings by Travis Tarbox Hotaling, will be on exhibit at the Yellow Springs Brewery from Nov. 25 to Dec. 20. A reception for Hotaling will take place this Saturday, Nov. 28, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the brewery.

  • Final frame for Would you, Could you gallery

    Local artist Lance Rudegeair will be featured at a new exhibit at "would you could you" In A Frame gallery, beginning with a reception this Friday, Nov. 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. The gallery will be closing at the end of December.

    “Would you could you” In A Frame gallery will close at the end of December, after its current show of local artist Lance Rudegeair’s portraits of endangered animals.

  • Unlocking the muse for art

    Nathan Foley, standing, Brandon Lowery, left and Jesse Thayer will talk about their experience being locked in the Yellow Springs Arts Council gallery at 7 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 13, at the gallery on Corry Street.

    Three artists were locked in the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery for three days this week. A reception for their creation will take place this Friday, Nov. 13, from 6 to 9 at the gallery.

  • Upcycled bicycles


    Strong and highly suggestive form follows obvious function in this sculptural play on rails and home-bound trails.

  • “Locked In” event to return, materials sought

    The YS Arts Council invites community members to use this coloring page to submit their own design for the building's exterior.

    The YSAC will host another “Locked In” event this November, and art-lovers are invited to donate materials to be used in the creation of an art installation.

  • Jason Morgan at Springfield Art Museum— Seeing epic in ordinary

    Portraits and hyperreal still-life paintings by Yellow Springs artist Jason Morgan are the focus of an exhibit at the Springfield Museum of Art. “Full Circle: Paintings by Jason Morgan,” is showing now until Feb. 6. (Submitted Photo)

    If the produce Jason Morgan paints wound up on the shelves of Tom’s Market, it would be judged not for freshness, but for its more human qualities.

  • Jordanian Antioch student to show photos from country

    Antioch College student Jumana Snow will open an exhibit of her artwork at YSAC on June 26. (Submitted photo by Sarah G-Love)

    The “Captivating Jordan” exhibit and opening at the Yellow Springs Arts Council on June 26 will feature photographs of Jordan along with Arabian music, food and more.

  • New fund establishes money for young artists

    Nadia Mulhall received the first award this year from the Lisa Goldberg YS Arts Scholarship, established by ceramic artist and art supporter Lisa Goldberg to help young people or college-bound seniors further their education in the arts. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Scholarships support Yellow Springs students with many different abilities and interests, but to local resident Lisa Goldberg, scholarships in the visual arts are not as numerous as those in other fields.

  • Sixth grade photojournalism project on diversity at AUM


    The Mills Lawn School sixth grade photojournalism project on diversity is on display at the north hallway at Antioch University Midwest Wednesday, 7 p.m.

  • #ysgram show focuses on the local

    A photo by Amy Hable of the tools of mural making in Kieth’s Alley, shown above, is one of many local images on display beginning Friday, March 20, at the #ysgram exhibit at the YSAC Gallery on Corry Street. The exhibit, which contains photos of local scenes by seven village photographers originally shown on Instagram, opens with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. this Friday. (Instagram photo by Amy Hable)

    Organizers of the #ysgram, the new show at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery, want to offer villagers an opportunity to see familiar local sights in new ways.