Note everyone of the artists who make their masterpieces at Artists' Open Studio were at the June 16th opening reception of Visions Revealed 2017 exhibit. But, here is a photo that you might enjoy. If you missed the occasion, there are more opportunities to see the display at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center Gallery. It is at Norwalk High School, 350 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk, Ohio. Gallery hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 - 12:00. To end it all with a bang, come to our closing reception on Friday, July 21 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm.

Front Row: Nate, Tim, Tracey, Ashley    Back Row: Joan, Rick, Deb, Tony, James

Front Row: Nate, Tim, Tracey, Ashley    Back Row: Joan, Rick, Deb, Tony, James

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Visions Revealed is the grand culmination of a year of creativity for the 44 artists who make their art at Artists' Open Studio. The excitement is building as they wait for Opening Night at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center Gallery, 350 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk. The festivities start on Friday, June 16th at 4:00 pm. Mosaic artist James O'Dor will show you how he makes his masterpieces beginning at 5:00. Please join us for this evening of celebration.

Shea, Mark, Jesse, Barb

Shea, Mark, Jesse, Barb

Just letting you know that the Ernsthausen Gallery is looking good with color, color everywhere and more art yet to be installed. Here is a sneak peek at some AOS ceramic art that will be on display.  You won't want to miss our opening reception Friday, June 16 from 4:00-7:00. AOS ceramic artist, James O'Dor will be there demonstrating his mosaic art techniques and showing off his fantastic bird mosaics.

Installation begins this week as we prepare the beautiful Ernsthausen gallery for the best work of 2017. Here are four more painting segments to kindle your curiosity for Visions Revealed on June 16th.

Tony Ringholz, Fred Wagner, Nathan Lucal, Tim Smith

Tony Ringholz, Fred Wagner, Nathan Lucal, Tim Smith

Can you believe it?! It is time for our annual art show and we can hardly wait to show you the great art that we have been making this year. Get Visions Revealed 2017 on your calendar for Friday, June 16th, 4:00-7:00 pm. and enjoy this Sneak Peak!

Stacey Bartlett, Tracey Bartlett, Jesse Fields, Linda Damron

Stacey Bartlett, Tracey Bartlett, Jesse Fields, Linda Damron

On Saturday, March 25th, Four AOS artists were honored during the 21st Accessible Expressions Ohio exhibition. Jesse Fields, Debbie Deitrich, Tammy Twaddle, and Hallie Cox were a part of a state wide celebration of the arts. This uplifting event is organized by VSA Ohio, the State Organization on Arts and Disability, based in Columbus. The Day of The Arts for All displayed a wide range of talents from painting, drawing, photography, and mixed media. AOS artist’s pieces were submitted, judged, selected, and displayed alongside artists with disabilities of all ages across the state. 

Jesse up on stage being recognized for his achievements!

Jesse up on stage being recognized for his achievements!

Debbie receiving her certificate for her "Fresh Snow" painting.

Debbie receiving her certificate for her "Fresh Snow" painting.

The exhibition was on display for the full month of March, and artists were recognized by coming up on stage and receiving a certificate. Jesse, Debbie, and Hallie were able to make the trip to Columbus to receive their well deserved honor. The show provided a great opportunity for our artists to feel connected to a larger creative community and to be celebrated as the talented and inspirational artists that they are. We look forward to seeing what next year brings. Congratulations again to our artists!

Tammy Twaddle's mixed media piece was selected to be in the "Professional Artists" category. A great honor for a talented artist!

Tammy Twaddle's mixed media piece was selected to be in the "Professional Artists" category. A great honor for a talented artist!

Artist Hallie Cox posing by her acrylic painting on display.

Artist Hallie Cox posing by her acrylic painting on display.

Artist Debbie Deitrich next to her masterpiece. Debbie works quietly and thoughtfully, putting much time and detail into her work!

Artist Debbie Deitrich next to her masterpiece. Debbie works quietly and thoughtfully, putting much time and detail into her work!

A great memory made as Debbie was able to meet a woman who purchased her painting at the show. 

A great memory made as Debbie was able to meet a woman who purchased her painting at the show. 

Artist Jesse Fields giving a brilliant smile next to his acrylic painting. Proud moment for friends and family at the art show!

Artist Jesse Fields giving a brilliant smile next to his acrylic painting. Proud moment for friends and family at the art show!

Hallie receiving her certificate on stage!

Hallie receiving her certificate on stage!

Tracey Bartlett

TRACEY BARTLETT has surprised herself this year with drawing skills that led to several great pieces. She and her twin sister Stacey have a successful micro-enterprise business making and selling hand-tied fleece blankets. Tracey’s pastel painting, “Sydney Skyline” was selected for the VSA Accessible Expressions Ohio 2014 touring exhibit. Some of her art is for sale. For inquiries, please contact Lynda Stoneham at 419-668-8840 ext. 141 or l.stoneham@hurondd.com

Spider Web
Gypsy Woman
Road to Your Dreams
Sydney Skyline
Magic Carpet Ride
Self Portrait
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