• Exhibits

    Ann France–Pairings and Groupings

    After 47 years in Coshocton, Ann France is leaving for North Carolina. The Pomerene Center for the Arts is pleased to show a retrospective of her work. The artwork is priced at moving sale prices ($30-$50) which makes this an ideal opportunity for young collectors interested in purchasing original art. We’re hosting a reception Friday, January 18 from 4-6pm. Everyone welcome!  Can’t make it?  Ann’s artwork will be on display at the Pomerene through February 16.  Stop in during our regular hours 1-5pm Tues-Sat or give us a call/send us an e-mail.  We’ll open the doors at your convenience.  740.622.0326  pomerenearts@gmail.com

  • Exhibits

    We’re asking

    Important Dates: February 18 – entry form submission deadline March 2 – photo delivery deadline May 2 – exhibit opening In partnership with Habitat for Humanity, the Pomerene Center for the Arts is asking Coshocton County photographers (professionals and non-professionals) to submit photographs for the exhibit BUILDING HOME/BUILDING HOPE, Habitat’s Vision. All submissions must be original photos that relate in some way to Habitat’s vision of everyone having a decent place to live. What makes a home? We’ve been thinking, looking… click to see our Pinterest board of images Source: kingscollections.org via Pomerene Center on Pinterest   …and asking–click the following links to listen to people at the Coshocton County…

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    Local Produce

    Local Produce  10/07 – 11/10,  2012  paintings by Stephanie Revennaugh Opening Party Sunday, October 7, 2-4pm   “Starting in Februay 2012,  I painted produce from Montana (my home) and Arizona (where I wintered) as well as packages of produce sent to me from Ohio. The aim of the show is to promote local produce and the Slow Food movement. These paintings raise awareness of the importance of consuming whole foods while supporting local farmers. Nourishing the body with fresh local produce is essential to health, fights disease, stimulates the local economy and just tastes better! With minimal effort these benefits can be enjoyed by visiting a local farmers market or stores such…