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     “According to artist Alice Robrish, the quality of the gallery, with good lighting, staff, a good location and a space for classes, plus the organization’s extensive internet presence ‘is a terrific service to the art community and the wider community. They nourish the connections between the artists in town. It enriches all of us.”

    -Yellow Springs News, June 2013

    Currently in the Gallery



    “The Sunflower Show”, featuring works by multiple artists
    September 19 – October 11
    Reception September 27 from  2-4 pm

    summer's end sunflower photograph

    Summers End by Corrine Bayraktaroglu

    We are throwing a joyous celebration of the sunflower field at Whitehall Farm! This exhibition of paintings and photographs and mixed media is coordinated by Tecumseh Land Trust and will be hosted at The Yellow Springs Art Council Community Gallery. The show is part of several other celebrations of TLT’s 25th anniversary this year.

    The Sunflower Show stemmed originally from one glorious day, full of sunflowers and many smiling people of all ages, all painting in the sunflower fields. But it grew even bigger, for everyone loves the sunflowers. TLT has since extended an invitation to the art community to make art , in any medium, inspired by sunflowers.

    Krista Magaw, TLT Executive Director, says, “Sharon Neuhardt, who owns Whitehall Farm with her husband David, began planting sunflowers in their 10 acre field on Route 68 several years ago. Her motivation was simply to share these beautiful flowers with people in the area. Her mission succeeded–people come from far and wide to photograph and paint the flowers.  Tecumseh Land Trust, with its offices on Whitehall Farm, began a sunflower photo contest in 2012, that shares the beauty of the field even more broadly through their ever growing collection of photos. In August of 2014, Tecumseh Land Trust hosted a “paint out” at Whitehall Farm when the 10 acre sunflower field was in bloom.  The event that was open to the public, and planted the seed of holding this exhibit.”

    “One way that TLT reaches out to the public is through arts, using writing, painting, and photography to capture the wonders of nature and through experiences of food and farm.  TLT is a non-profit membership organization that protects land in perpetuity with the help of volunteers and donors.  Cultivating the next generation of land stewards and leaders through education and outreach is essential to their mission.”


    Upcoming in the Gallery


    Artwork due September 14 & 15. Click for details.

    September 19

    YS Hootenanny

    September 20

    Arts Sampler Class: Sunflowers in Charcoal by Jennifer Rosengarten


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    2015 Gallery Schedule (pdf)

    Click here for Past Exhibits at the YSAC Gallery