Groveport Town Hall Art Gallery
648 Main Street, Groveport 43125 (614) 836-3333
June 2 - 22, 2013 exhibit: Treescapes by Ray Fitch
Pastel and mixed media landscapes by artist Ray Fitch will be on view from June 2 - 22 in the Town Hall Art Gallery, 648 Main Street. "Generally I try for landscape effects that, while contemporary, are impressionistic or even apocalyptic," states Mr. Fitch. "I want to be reminded that through our representations of landscapes, we may still perceive a nature that is ever more mysterious, fragile, and reflective of ourselves.
His pictures are frequently shown at the Lancaster Art Guild’s autumn shows, Granville’s Bryn Du shows, and at the Foothills festivals.
June 26 - July 31 exhibit: The Smithsonian Institution's "Journey Stories"
Everyone has family memories, stories of how and why ancestors settled in a specific place, as well as favorite stories for what you call "home." Discover what "home" means to you at the Smithsonian Institution’s "Journey Stories," exhibited at Groveport Town Hall, 648 Main Street from June 26 to July 31.
For a calendar of Smithsonian programs for children and adults, please click here.
June 26 - July 31: National Treasures by Marty Laney
Photographer Marty Laney's photographs have captured familiar landmarks from East Coast to West Coast and all stops in between. You're invited to view this companion exhibit to the Smithsonian Institution's Journey Stories" in the first floor art gallery from June 26 - July 31.
The Groveport Town Hall Art Gallery is located on the first floor of Groveport Town Hall, located in the downtown historic district. It shares the first floor exhibition space with the Groveport Heritage Museum and the Groveport Cultural Arts Center.
Area professional and amateur artists regularly display works of art and interesting collections, with exhibitions changing monthly. Recent exhibitions have included paintings and photographs, antique glassware, Victorian children's toys, vintage trains and Erector sets, woodcarver crafts, and three exhibits from The Smithsonian Institution.
The gallery is open free of charge Monday - Saturday from 9 am - 8 pm and Sunday from noon to 6 pm.
Exhibits of interesting collections, as well as works by area artists and crafts persons, are always sought. Sales are permitted. Displays are for a one month period. Many artists/collectors present an educational program in conjunction with the exhibit.