We are open M-Sa 11-5, Su 12-5

"Imagine Joy" is on view in our Lobby Gallery through Jan 10, 2021

On-line "Shopping" - We have a page with some of the unique items in our shop available for purchase via phone and drive up pick up -

Art on the Lawn Aug 14, 2021 -- We are planning on having the show in 2021. Click here for the application.

Sunday, January 10, 2021

JAN / FEB LOBBY SHOW: Sue Brezine Retrospective


Our lobby show, a retrospective of Sue Brezine's art, has been hung in our Lobby Gallery. The show is up now through March 4 during regular gallery hours, M-Sa 11-5 and Su 12-5.

Saturday, November 7, 2020


Our lobby show “Imagine Joy” has been hung in our Lobby Gallery. The show is up now through January 10 during regular gallery hours, Su-Th 11-5 and Fr-Sa 11-6.

Monday, August 3, 2020

Meet Jennifer Berman

Jennifer Berman is a native of Evanston, IL and graduated in philosophy from Antioch College in 1984.

She was self-syndicated and has appeared in newsweeklies (Chicago Reader, In These Times, etc.) and dailies (SF Chronicle, Detroit News, Milwaukee Sentinel). Her cartoons have appeared in Ms., Funny Times, Harper’s, The Progressive, Z Magazine, Utne Reader, Ethics and other national magazines.

She started her own postcard business, Humerus Cartoons, in 1987.

She started making block prints in 2000.

1994: Why Dogs Are Better Than Men (Andrews/McMeel)
1995: Adult Children of Normal Parents (Simon and Schuster)
1996: Why Dogs Are Better Than Republicans (Harper/Perennial)
2000: Why Dogs Are Better Than Kids (Andrews/McMeel)

Anthologies (partial):
Penguin Book of Women's Humor
Creme de la Femme
Women's Glibber
Kitty Libber
The Best Contemporary Women's Humor
Attitude 2: The New Subversive Alternative Cartoonists
The Signet Book of American Humor

Solo Shows:
Artemesia, Chicago, IL 1998
Herndon Gallery, Yellow Springs, OH 2000
Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago, IL 2001
Winds Café, Yellow Springs, OH 2002
Emporium Café, Yellow Springs, OH 2009

Museum Collection:
Museum of Cartoon Art, Columbus, OH 

Jennifer lives in Yellow Springs with her husband, Matt Minde, offspring Joseph and Eliza, and creatures.

You can contact at

Tuesday, July 28, 2020


Our latest Lobby Show has been hung in our Lobby Gallery. Due to the current pandemic, there won't be a reception nor a end date for this show. We are featuring artwork in different media and themes and this show can be viewed during our open hours of Wed-Sun, 12-5 pm.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

ARTISANS OUT AND ABOUT: Libby Rudolf & Pam Geisel in Art to UPlift at the Winds

Libby Rudolf (left) and Pam Geisel (right) have a show up at the Winds Cafe, 215 Xenia Ave. in Yellow Springs. Their show, titled "Art to UPlift: Watercolors & Art Quilts" will be on display through Sep. 5. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of artwork will go to the "Save the Glen" fund.

Due to the pandemic, there won't be a reception but there is a virtual reception here.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

ARTISANS OUT AND ABOUT: Ryan Taylor at the ARTery

Ryan Taylor is a nature fine art photographer from Beavercreek, Ohio. Ryan attends at least a dozen art and craft fairs and festivals every summer to promote and sell his imagery with others and has built a decent following on social media. He has previously held a solo exhibition in his hometown as well as being a current member of the Village Artisans Co-op. He will be The ARTery's guest exhibitor during July and August, 2020 with framed prints on display of various waterfalls, backyard birds and more. Come on out and see his work during the posted hours or meet him during First Fridays and Third Sundays at the ARTery Gallery at Front Street, 1001 East Second Street Dayton, Ohio 45402

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Art on the Lawn is Cancelled for 2020

Due to the Corona Virus, Village Artisans has decided to cancel Art on the Lawn, which was scheduled for August 8, 2020. This was not an easy decision and certainly not one that we wanted to make but ultimately we value the safety of our members, our Art on the Lawn artists, and our patrons. We hope to be back next year, better than ever.

All artists who have applied will get your booth and jury fees refunded.