On Friday, January 8th, MSAS welcomed 2016 with “Elements: Photographic Works”, an exhibit featuring digital photography of Keith McMahon and Priscilla Roggenkamp. The artists were present to greet patrons who were also treated to the “feel-good-sound” of Jon Mosey of Akron, Ohio. This show remains open through Saturday, February 6th. Stop in to see this wonderfully creative photography!
MSAS appreciates the Miller Family who sponsored the reception.
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Opening on January 8th, “Elements: Photographic Works” will kick off the new year at the Market Street Art Spot! Artists Keith McMahon and Priscilla Roggenkamp, who share studio space in Alliance, Ohio, will display their love of creative photography with the Minerva area. The reception will feature the music of Jon Mosey and light refreshments. Meet the artists from 5 to 9 pm.
MSAS wishes to thank the Miller family for sponsoring the event.
An unseasonably balmy January evening provided the perfect backdrop for Market Street Art Spot’s first 2013 exhibit featuring photographer/fabric artist, Michele Waalkes. Familiar faces and first-timers alike were treated to Waalkes’ ethereal works printed on fabric, canvas, wood and metal. Music by Roger Romeo added to the warmth of the evening. MSAS is sincerely grateful to Consumer’s National Bank in Minerva for sponsoring the event.
No, it’s not a New Year’s resolution. It’s Michele Waalkes’ current manner of putting together intriguing art for her final installment of “Thin Places”, a body of work inspired by a recent trip to Assisi, Italy. MSAS has the privilege of exhibiting this lovely ethereal work beginning with an opening on Friday, January 11, from 5 to 9 pm, when you can meet the artist, enjoy live music performed by Roger Romeo and partake in light refreshments. This is one you will not want to miss. Exhibit closes on February 2, 2013.
“Today and Tomorrow” – Michele Waalkes