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"A Bit of Sparkle" is on view in our Lobby Gallery through January 24, 2022

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Art on the Lawn Aug 13, 2022 -- Click here for the application.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017


Our "Up-Cycled Art Show" featuring art from the community has been hung in our lobby and runs through Oct 3 with an artist reception on Friday, Sept. 15 from 6-9 pm with snacks, beverages, and wine.

Sunday, August 6, 2017

34th Annual Art on the Lawn

34th Annual “Art on the Lawn” (presented by Village Artisans)

WHEN: Saturday, August 12, 2017, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

WHERE: On the grounds of Mills Lawn School, 200 S. Walnut Street, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Yellow Springs, Ohio’s popular August festival of art, music and food – is in its thirty-third year. This year more than 100 artists from all over Ohio and beyond will gather under the shade trees at Mills Lawn School in the heart of Yellow Springs to show and sell their artwork. The event will be held Saturday, August 12, 2017, from 10 am to 5 pm; it is free and open to the public.

New and returning artists will present paintings, drawings, ceramics, fiber art, garden art, glass, jewelry, paper crafts, photography, candles, leather and more. Food vendors and live music will complement the outstanding artwork. The event is sponsored by Village Artisans, a multi-media artist cooperative in Yellow Springs.

Art on the Lawn's returning, featured artist this year is Peggy Schuning, a mixed media, mosaic artist from Cincinnati who primarily works in slate. Peggy won Best of Show at the 2016 Art on the Lawn. Schuning said she studied at Miami (of Ohio) University as an art teacher. She decided not to remain in the teaching profession and when she pursued stained glass a bit she found that “creating mosaics was a better fit for me as I enjoyed working with broken and discarded pieces.”

In 2014, the Preble County Art Association commissioned a sensory wall for a handicapped accessible playground in Eaton, OH. Schuning realized she "needed to learn a lot more" to be able to complete this project so she attended the 2014 Society of Mosaic Artists Conference, training under Isaiah Zagar, a mosaic artist who has created exterior mosaics all over South Philadelphia. Also at this conference Schuning found other like-minded people who pursued mosaics as an art. “I haven't looked back since.”

Schuning continues her mosaic training and has learned from internationally known mosaic artists. Art on the Lawn last year was actually the first juried art show she had ever applied to. At the show, she brought pieces from two workshops she had recently attended and was surprised when her slate pieces sold out. “Art on the Lawn was a pivotal turning point for me and my work," she said. "I've since obtained a studio space at Pendleton Art Center in Cincinnati and won more awards at art shows. My mosaic piece entitled Unbroken, Uncovered, Undone, received an award at the Mosaic Arts International show in Detroit this year."

The beautiful hand-made work of Peggy Schuning and over 100 other artists, can be seen at the August 12th Art on the Lawn in Yellow Springs.

For more information on the show or on Village Artisans, please visit the gallery at 100 Corry Street in Yellow Springs, call 937-767-1209, email, or go to the web site: Summer gallery hours are Monday – Thursday 11 am – 6 pm; Friday and Saturday 11 am – 6 pm; and Sunday Noon – 5 pm.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Call for Artists: The Up-Cycled Art Show

We are inviting Community members to get really creative and make a piece for our “Up-Cycled Art Show.” 

What is Up-Cycled art? It's art made by taking something that is not typically thought of as art material and using it by itself or in combination with traditional art materials and techniques to make a piece of art. 

Create your masterpiece by finding something you would normally throw away, recycle, or something you found or that is not typically considered an art material and let your creativity go to work. Look around you, there are so many inspirational materials, shapes, colors, textures and objects just waiting to become part of your art!

The piece should be no larger 18 x 24 inches. Artwork may be two- or three-dimensional. All work should be framed and ready to hang or be ready for display, a wire across the back of framed art works best with our hanging system

$10 for the first piece and $5 for additional pieces. Submit art between Aug 25-29. More details about how to enter and the entry form can be found here.