• Dogwood Festival,  Exhibits

    Linked In

    Opening Party Sunday, May 3, 1-2:30pm runs through June 6 LINKED IN is an exhibit celebrating how our individual and small Coshocton County community life is enhanced by our friends and family who live “outside.” Linda Linham The Villages, Florida Coshocton County native linked in through Joyce Selders, Monica Reed, Christian Reed and Victoria Bebout HOMETOWN COLLECTION artist statement My current work in oils explores the personal meaning of people, places and objects that have impacted my life. I often use family and friends, keepsake treasures and photos of places I have been as subject matter. My primary goal is to create something that tells a story and captures a mood…

  • Exhibits

    before I forget

                           Biography Christine Misencik-Bunn resides in Fredericktown, Ohio. Christine began her career as a designer for American Greeting Cards after receiving a BFA from Miami University of Ohio. After additional graduate work, a master’s degree and  teaching in various venues, Christine realized her greatest joy was teaching in the public school setting where she remained for 30 years. Some of Christine’s most satisfying accomplishments have been in helping her students realize their abilities and talents. Her students were consistently recognized statewide for their artwork in the Ohio Governors’ Youth Art Exhibition.  Because of her students’ achievements, Christine has many times been…

  • Exhibits

    Dayhab

    Peter Michael Stevens – DayHab Jan 27-Feb 28, 2015 closing party Feb 26   Textile Artist Peter Michael Stevens spent 3 months last spring in residence at Echoing Hills Village working alongside Day Habilitation staff and 15 adult residents with a variety of developmental disabilities. With no prior experience in leading adults with developmental disabilities through an art experience, Peter began his interactions by sitting alongside individuals and learning about them. They experimented together with a variety of art materials–they drew, they played Uno, he photographed them, he listened to them and shared things about himself. In time Peter brought his own materials into the Village–his cutting board, sewing machine,…