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Exhibitions - Youngstown

Beecher Center - Youngstown | Salem Branch | Trumbull Branch

May 04, 2014 Through Nov 30, 2014
Kim NovaK EXTENDED: Pastel Paintings (Giffuni Gallery, Youngstown)

This exhibition of works in pastel and watercolor are by an Oregon artist whose name is synonymous with classic Hollywood film. After retiring from the movie industry, Novak has devoted a great deal of time to creating works of art inspired by spirituality and nature. Portraits, interiors and landscapes are included in this show of 27 works. Visit to learn more about the artist and her giclee prints.

Feb 13, 2013 Through Dec 31, 2015
Americana & Folk Art: Butler North Galleries

The new skywalk and Americana/Folk Art Galleries are now open to the public during regular museum hours. Admission to these newly renovated spaces is free, as is access to all Butler venues.

Sep 28, 2014 Through Nov 30, 2014
Sherrie McGraw: Paintings (MacIntosh Gallery, Youngstown)

A survey of the classically realist paintings by this artist will be included in this comprehensive exhibition. Her subjects include still life and portraits. McGraw has obtained international recognition for her artistic production over three decades. Sherrie McGraw

Sep 21, 2014 Through Nov 30, 2014
Steven McCallum: Paintings (Davis Gallery, Youngstown)

Hard edge paintings in the medium of acrylic on canvas are the trademark of Ohio artist Steven McCallum. This exhibition features some of his most recent and intricate works achieved through his unique method of taping and layering.Steven McCallum

Oct 18, 2014 Through Apr 18, 2015
Free Family Days (Youngstown and Howland): Art and the Museum

FREE FAMILY DAYS. CALL 330.743.1107, EXT. 115 FOR MORE INFORMATION Sundays in Youngstown at 1:30pm free art programs are offered at the Butler in Youngstown with an emphasis on the Butler collection and temporary exhibits. Sandy Trolio, a Butler art instructor, will present this popular program. Dates for the program are October 19 and November 16, 2014, and January 11, February 15, March 15 and April 12, 2015. At the Trumbull branch in Howland at 2 pm, Sandy Trolio, a Butler art instructor, will present this program that is offered in conjunction with the Howland branch of the Warren/Trumbull County Library. Dates for the program are October 18 and November 22, 2014, and January 17, February 21, March 21 and April 18, 2015.

Dec 06, 2014 Through Dec 07, 2014
Arts & Crafts Show/Sale: American Holiday (Youngstown)

The Butler Institute of American Art hosts its annual holiday craft show the first weekend in December. A members preview will be held December 5, and public days for the sale are December 6 & 7, 2014. Show opens at 10 am both days and runs through 5 pm Saturday, and 4 pm Sunday. Admission is $5 per person, children under 12 free. Proceeds from the event support Butler education programs and the Butler free admission policy. Call 330.743.1107, for information. To accommodate this special event, all permanent and special exhibits will close November 30 and reopen December 12.

Jan 01, 2013 Through Dec 31, 2014
Fred Staloff: Selections from the Butler Collection

Always on view in Youngstown are works from the Butler collection by Fred Staloff. Visit the Staloff website to view this collection online.Fred Staloff

Dec 14, 2014 Through Feb 23, 2015
Pastel Society of America: Annual Members Show (Giffuni Gallery, Youngstown)

Housed at New York City's National Arts Club, the Pastel Society of America is this country's oldest organization of pastel artists. This exhibition features award winning works from the PSA Annual Exhibition first seen at the National Arts Club, New York City, in the fall of 2014. Pastel Society of America

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