We are open Wed-Sun 12-5.

Dare 2B a Little Square, Take 2 -- in our lobby. show has been extended through July 26. See an on-line gallery here.

Art on the Lawn is CANCELLED for 2020 -- All artists who have applied will get your booth and jury fees refunded.

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.

Monday, May 25, 2020

THROUGH JULY 26 - Community Show - Dare 2B a Little Square - Take 2

Video "Dare 2B a Little Square - Take 2"

When we were planning our lobby shows, we named this exhibit "Dare 2B a Little Square - Take 2" because it was the second time we've done a 6" x 6" community show. But now it really is a "Take 2." We hung this show the last week of February and in mid-March we closed the shop because of the Corona Virus. The show is still up and as we slowly reopen, we are keeping the show up through July 26.

The shop will be open Th-Sun from 12-5 pm and you can see the show in person during these hours, or you can visit our Virtual Reception where we have photos of all of the artwork and you can view a video of the show.

If you would like to purchase one of these pieces please call 937.767.1209 or email and someone will get back to you to make the arrangements.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

MAR-APR COMMUNITY SHOW: Dare 2B a Little Square - Take 2

Our "Dare 2B a Little Square - Take 2" show, featuring art from the community, has been hung in our lobby and runs through Apr. 24. The artist reception schedule for Fri. Mar. 20 has been POSTPONED. Please check back for updated information about the reception.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

JAN / FEB LOBBY SHOW: I Can See Clearly Now

In honor of the new year 2020 we are having a little fun with a pun for our “I Can See Clearly Now” show in our Lobby Gallery. The show is up now through February 25 during regular gallery hours and a reception on Friday, February 21, from 6-9 pm. The exhibit features artwork in many different media including landscapes and optometry humor (seeing 20/20).

Monday, December 16, 2019

Meet Ryan L. Taylor

Ryan L. Taylor is a wildlife, nature, and landscape fine art photographer from Beavercreek, Ohio.

He studied at the New York Institute of Photography, graduating in 2017 with certificates in Professional Photography and Travel Photography. Any other experience he has is self-taught from going out in the field.

The majority of his work focuses on the genre of nature photography, and specializing in wildlife, wildflowers, trees, and landscapes, often traveling to far off scenic locations away from home or near as can be. He delivers stylish framed and matted fine art prints while also promoting conservation and wildlife ethics.

Call it experiential photography: documenting the living things around us and delivering that moment to you, the viewer, is his purpose. Reflected in his work is a deep ecological concern for the fragile and precious environments on our planet, although he tends to focus on what beauty is already there rather than the harrowing consequences of humanity’s actions that affect tomorrow.

You can view more of his work at