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Five and Alive

Friday, February 12th, marked the beginning of the Market Street Art Spot’s 6th year of bringing quality fine art to Minerva, Ohio and surrounding area. To celebrate, MSAS’s four Resident Artists created new work inspired by a wood theme, in keeping with the traditional 5 year anniversary gift. Many were on hand to join in the celebration, including Tom Freeland, who provided music while encouraging others to sing along.  The evening was sponsored by the Minerva Area YMCA. Stop in on Fridays (1-6 pm) or Saturdays (10-4 pm) to see the exhibit before it ends on Saturday,March 5th.

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Colors of fall

A visit to the Market Street Art Spot this month will remind you of what’s to love about October. The colorful acrylic paintings of Carol McGill and the exquisite Raku pottery of Judith Singer (this month’s Featured Artists) will set your heart ablaze. Exhibit runs through Saturday, November 7th, so you still have lots of time to stop in.

Many thanks to Dr. Paul Binnig, D.V.M. and Mrs. Diane Binnig, sponsors of the opening reception.

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We’re Celebrating!!!!


MSAS will be celebrating our FOURTH Anniversary on Friday, February 13th!

Join Resident Artists, Marty Chapman, Laura Donnelly, Michelle Mulligan and Judie Singer in welcoming our NEW Resident Artist –

                                                                silversmith artisan,                                                                    Joli Fichter!

Music and light refreshments from 5 to 9 pm.

FireWorks at the Art Spot

Friday, July 12th, the Market Street Art Spot opened a new show featuring, “FireWorks”, the fabulous Raku pottery of Louisville artist, Judith Singer.  Included in the exhibit are vessels of assorted shapes and sizes, both wheel-thrown and hand-built and tiles, all in a variety of finishes.  Looking for an exquisitely crafted, unique gift? You will find it in this exhibit!  Providing musical entertainment for the evening were Tom Freeland, Connor Freeland and  Amy Nezbeth.  “Fire Works” will be on display until August 3rd.  Sincere thanks to all who came out to support the opening with special gratitude to our sponsor, Minerva Area Federal Credit Union.

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