Art From the Heart of Ohio

High Road Gallery and Studios at 12 E. Stafford Avenue is pleased to announce our Holiday show titled  ART FROM THE HEART OF OHIO.   The Gallery will be open to the public on December, 1,2 and 3 from 12 to 4 with our usual food and drinks every day.  Free Admission.

Craft artists invited to join our studio artists for this special show are:

  • Deb Livaich-fusion glass jewelry
  • Marilyn Bedford-Ceramics
  • Marcia Dickson- metal jewelry
  • Deb Johnson-wearables
  • Blair Davis, Cynthia Tinapple with polymer clay and wood
  • Studio artists will show smaller gift-sized works and selected discounted pieces for special savings.

Gallery phone is 614-781-6454.  Website is Look for us on Facebook.

The world as we see it

Chuck Zelms, Dick Wood, and Mitch Geiser, three Columbus area photographers will be featured at High Road in a show entitled The World As We See It.

The show runs through October and November with a public reception in on Sunday, October 8 from 2-4 with plentiful food and drinks. The show will end shortly before Thanksgiving on November 18.

Gallery artists will also have their studios and works available for purchase and will share their ideas and approaches with visitors.

The gallery will be closed Thanksgiving week and reopens on December 3 with special Christmas events planned.

Lombardo students Seeing With New Eyes

Joe Lombardo, a popular teacher in the Columbus art world, is bringing his students to High Road Gallery. Their exhibit entitled Seeing with New Eyes runs from August  5 to September 30 with a free public reception on Sunday, August 6  from 2-4 PM.

Exhibitors in the show include:Ann Kete,Barbara Carruthers, Carol Granger, Claudia Buchmann, Crystal Johnson, Cynthia L. Davis, Daryl Brown, Hannah Mason-Macklin, James Edinger, Jane Flewellen, Jane Moore, Jessica Gesue, Joseph Lombardo, Julianne Temple Kerns, Kara Razek, Kathleen Stone, Kimarie Martin, Lynda Guenther, Margaret Mary Boyd, Marlene Khoury Pereira, Mary R. Nordstrom, Nancy Clelland, Nancy Hamman, Nancy Smeltzer , Patricia Sweeney, Richard Lopez, Robie Benve, Shirley M Miller, T.M. Rudavsky, Ted Stone

Show artists and their artworks are listed here.

The gallery’s resident artists will also have work for sale.

Village inspirations

German Village Art LeagueOur gallery will be energized in June and July with an exhibit by the venerable German Village Art League called VILLAGE INSPIRATIONS.

Our 1818 building in downtown Worthington now houses a group of dedicated artists who have studios there and welcome the works from other parts of the city.

A free reception for the public is on Sunday, June 4 from 2-4 PM with food and drinks. The show will be open to visitors on Fridays and Saturdays from 12-4 starting June 2 and ending July 22.

Thru their eyes

Well known Clintonville artists Deb and Tom Baillieul will be featured in a show entitled The World Thru Our Eyes. The duo’s works will be on view from February 3  through March 26 with a gala reception for the public on Sunday February 5 from 2-4 PM.

Tom and Deb, will discuss their many forms of painting and fiber works.

The studios are open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays from 1-4, Appointments with individual artists can be made at any time by calling the artist directly or by contacting the gallery at 614-781-6454.

Installation of MAC show underway

Featuring High Road owner/manager of High Road Gallery & Studios, Carol Hershey and works of the High Road artists
January 5 – March 12, 2017 at the McConnell Art Center

Special events on Thursday, January 12
6:30 pm – Artist Talk
7:00 pm – Public Exhibition Reception

With a career spanning decades, Carol Hershey has made the pursuit of creative expression and the encouragement of other artists her life’s work. As owner and manager of High Road Gallery in Worthington, a historic register building she purchased and transformed into a non-profit community art venue in 2000, Carol has been fostering the careers of local artists for over 15 years.

A lifetime of artistic exploration has rendered creations in many different mediums, with a focus on etchings and polymer clay portraits as well as her current medium, pastels. This exhibit highlights Carol’s own art as well as the artists of the High Road gallery.

Small is beautiful

The December 2016 show at High Road is aptly titled Small Works. The artists will feature a selection of artworks appropriate for small rooms or small gifts.

The show opens December 2. A December 4 holiday party with food and drink will be open to the public from 2-4PM

Many media are represented at the gallery to give you a wide choice for your holiday shopping.

The show ends on December 31 and the gallery will be closed for Christmas and New Years and open in January only by appointment.

Outdoor artists

ohioprarie-grassThis month’s exhibit features a group of artists who spend Saturdays painting outdoors. Their subjects are the many beautiful parks and vistas in central Ohio. The Neo-Impressionism: Central Ohio Plein Aire show was organized by Bill Westerman.

clem-for-copa-exhibit-2016A reception for the public is scheduled for Sunday, October 2 from 2-4 PM.

The show will end on November 19 at 4 PM. We will be closed the week of Thanksgiving.

Visitors may also enjoy the works of the resident gallery artists who create their paintings, sculptures, jewelry, polymer clay and porcelain over-glaze in the 1818 Historic Register Buttles/Brown building. autumn-at-the-ponds

Go figure

High Road Gallery artist Mike Crapser organizes groups of artists who meet each week to draw from a live model. The results of these life drawing sessions will be on display at the 12 East Stafford Avenue facility from August 5 to September 24.

Artists participating are John Daniels, Karen La Valley, Justin Kapp, Ellen OConnell, Tom Cole, Ron Mlicki ,Tim Bachman, Hiroshi Hayakawa, and Mike Crapser with 3D lamps by Roney Sherins.

An evening opening reception and party will be held August 5 from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Regular gallery artists will also be present to discuss and sell their works as well.