Art Gallery Exhibits
The City of Springboro is pleased to offer an Art Gallery in the Performing Arts Center (PAC) lobby, 115 Wright Station Way. Exhibits, which feature local artists showcasing a variety of mediums, change monthly.
To have your work considered for an exhibit, please follow these steps:
1. Download the exhibit application PDF here.
2. Complete the fillable form
3. Save the form
4. Email the completed PDF to Maureen@cityofspringboro.com
For more information, call 937-748-5774.
Current Exhibit: through Dec. 12, 2020
The Performing Arts Center (PAC) Art Gallery show features original works by seven artists. The exhibit showcases a variety of mediums including large-scale painting, mixed media, pottery and fiber art. The show is free and open to the public. Work is available for sale.
The exhibit may be viewed 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday or by appointment by calling 937-748-5774. The exhibit runs through Dec. 12.
All guests must follow COVID-19 restrictions including wearing masks and maintaining social distance. The City will monitor the number of guests in the lobby area as well as provide masks and hand sanitizing stations.
About the Artists...
Cathy Jeffers has been creating art quilts since 2005, using layering and mixing textures with both bold fabrics and delicate sheers. She has a fearless sense of color and patterns. The female form and shapes found in nature appear in many of her narrative and abstract art quilts. Cathy taught art for thirty-five years.
Charmaine Boggs is a mixed media artist, photographer, and jewelry designer from Centerville. She is a former elementary and middle school art teacher. Her present work focuses on mixed media experimentation, combining traditional art materials with cyanotype prints. Charmaine’s artwork is inspired by her nature photography and favorite quotes from literature.
With a background in photography and creative direction, Lori Daugherty has found herself exploring and experimenting with the encaustic medium. She enjoys working in encaustic, as she finds it has such depth, breadth and texture, with an added twist of mystery. As an emerging self-taught artist, Lori opened her studio called DartyArt this past year, which is located in The Front Street Buildings in Dayton.
Lauren Gruber is a Visual Artist and Art Teacher from Kettering. She is a process-centered artist, exploring form and function in her ceramic work. Her academic training is in ceramics and photography and she has a MA in Art Education. She has been an art teacher for 10 years for Dayton Public Schools.
Mikee Huber is a Dayton graphic designer and fine artist whose artistic obsession is creating multi-media abstract paintings. She was a 2018 Art Source Fellow through The Contemporary, and she also received an Artist Opportunity Grant in 2019 from the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District (MCACD). She is a member of local arts organizations and a recent addition to the Dayton Society of Artists (DSA) board, focusing on membership development.
In 2018, after many years away, Julie Riley returned to her love of art by becoming a full-time artist. Julie uses oil paint, acrylic paint and resin. “My preferred method of expression is to capture the sites, colors and values of my subjects. I regularly experiment with colors that not only complement one another but show emotion, movement and shape while using a palette knife and purposeful brushstrokes.” Julie paints full-time in her studio at the Front Street Buildings in downtown Dayton.
Sharon Stolzenberger graduated from the School of the Dayton Art Institute. She exhibits her work in regional and national exhibitions and is on the Board of Trustees for the Ohio Watercolor Society. Wildlife and nature have been a constant theme in her work using watercolor and mixed media to interpret the textures, patterns and layers found in nature.