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:Art Gallery
1. Download the exhibit application PDF here.
2. Complete the fillable form
3. Save the form
4. Email the completed PDF to
For more information, call 937-748-5774.

Current Exhibit: through February 28, 2021

The Performing Arts Center (PAC) Art Gallery celebrates Black History Month with a show featuring original works by six local 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 Feb. 28. 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...

Sydney Adams is an abstract artist from Dayton. Painting brings her peace and a place to meditate. She has a studio at Front Street in Dayton.

Deborah Dixon is a Miami Valley artist who works in mixed media. Her works are constructed of reed, handmade paper and collage materials. 

Cydnie King comes from a family of artists and enjoys using bright, vivid colors to convey the strong connection of humanity to nature. Cydnie lives in Fairborn and works for The Contemporary Dayton as a curatorial assistant.

State of the Art Photography by Ron Lee has been exhibited at the Louvre in Paris and the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. Lee is known as a Master Printer of fine art silver gelatin black and white photography and holds a patent for his invention “photographic leather.” Through his photographs, he wants to inspire, uplift, provoke thought, enhance lives and promote healing. His work also includes wearable art and jewelry. 

Erin Smith Glenn is an Ohio native with an MFA from the University of Cincinnati with a concentration in 2D studio art. Her position as an assistant professor of art at her alma mater, Central State University, allow her the opportunity to give back in ways that she hopes will be a positive and lasting legacy for all underserved people of color everywhere.

Prince Simeon Oyeyemi is a Dayton, Ohio born Nigerian Royal. A graduate of Central State University, Simeon has a BA in fine arts specializing in oil and charcoal with an honors thesis in Logo Design and 3D animation. His work includes graffiti art. Simeon lives as a freelance artist/educator/producer and has had a run on mainstream work from the movie "Beatstreet" to background work on America's Next Top Model.