Upcoming Events

Oct 5-30 Mixed Garden: Artwork by Christine Klinger-- in our lobby.
Reception on Fri. Oct. 20, 6-9p

Art on the Lawn August 11, 2018 -- 10a-5p, Mills Lawn School, 200 S. Walnut St. in Yellow Springs
applications available here




Saturday, October 31, 2009

Top 5 Best Ohio Hometowns

Ohio Magazine just announced its 2010 Top 5 Best Hometowns. Give ya one guess who made the list. That's right. Yellow Springs!
With its eclectic mix of shops, galleries and restaurants, Yellow Springs has an environment that attracts equally diverse residents. From the quirky, knitted “graffiti” adorning trees and traffic signs downtown to the mostly locally owned — and supported — businesses, this small town is a place that residents are proud to call home.
Village Artisans has been proud to call Yellow Springs home for over 25 years!

To read more of the Ohio Magazine article click here.


Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Mark your Calendars.



Village Artisans likes to support our creative members.


Mark you calendars for Cynthia's up-coming studio open house.





Wild Gourd Studio welcomes visitors to come and do some early Christmas shopping.

Gourd drawing and there are also some gourd treasures at reduced prices.

Special guest, Billy Crowbeak will be performing his Native American Flute music all three days. He will also have his beautiful handmade flutes available to purchase. If you have never tried a flute, Mr. Crowbeak will happily teach you the basics of playing. He will also have cd's available, buy one and have it autographed!!!!



2430 Tarbox Cemetary Rd.

Cedarville, OH 45314


November 13,14,&15th, 2009
10AM to 6 PM
Gourd Drawing,as well as special marked treasures
Special Guest: Billy Crowbeak
Native American flute maker/musician
handmade flutes and Cd's for sale

Saturday, November 14th, 2009. 6-8 pm
Concert at Bean N Cream
Coffee House
featuring: Billy Crowbeak
between 8 -10 PM is Open Mic for anyone else that would like to perform!

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Visit the Shop


The Village Artisans is located in the Corry Street Shops, at the corner of Corry and Dayton Streets in Yellow Springs.





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100 Corry St,
Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
937.767.1209


Shop Hours
(September - May)
Mon - Thurs 11-5
Fri* and Sat 11-6
Sundays 12-5

(June - August)
Mon - Thurs 11-6
Fri* and Sat 11-7
Sundays 12-6


* Village Artisans actively participates in the Yellow Springs Fling in the Srings. This event takes place the Third Friday of every month. During this event shop hours are extended until 9pm. For more information about Third Friday Fling in the Springs please visit the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce website.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Exhibition | Kathy Kerber

If you haven't already, please stop by see the work of Cleveland artist, Kathy Kerber. Her photography will only be on display through the end of the month. Don't miss out.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Meet the Village Artisans

Click on each artist's name to view artwork or biography


Amy Achor -- photography


Ann Bain -- calligraphy/paper arts


Sue Brezine -- painting (acrylics & watercolors)


Kate Burch -- fiber arts/quilting


Lowell Converse -- wood turning


Hajar Davis -- fiber arts/dolls


Bill Felker -- book binding


Jennifer Float -- painting -- acrylics


John Garrett -- wood inlays


Leah Grommon -- painting (oils & acrylics)


Crystal Heis -- fiber arts/silk painting


Sue Huff-Pleiman -- pottery


Scott Kissell -- photography


Mary Kleismit -- jewelry/wire wrapping


Rob Liptak -- wood carving


Theresa Mayer  --  Lampwork and fused glass






Cynthia McDonald -- gourd art






Nancy Mellon -- mixed media

Pete Mitas -- enameling

Kathy Verner Moulton -- illustrations

Monday, October 5, 2009

Check out our own Nancy Mellon

Check out the recent article featuring Village Artisans own Nancy Mellon, and former Artisan Corrine Bayraktaroglu, aka the Jafa Girls. You've seen their public art all around town. They've also recently been featured in a new book called Yarn Bombing.

Read the Yellow Springs News story by clicking here.