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New Albany, OH, 43054
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Since 2007, Hayley Gallery has represented the work of over 60 emerging & established local Ohio artists. Exhibits change monthly with mediums including paintings, mixed media, sculpture, wood, glass, metal, ceramic, fiber, jewelry, Judaica & accessories.

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New Arrivals from Man-Wai Wu

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"Misted Visions" by Jurate Phillips Reviewed in The Columbus Dispatch

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On January 7, Peter Tonguette from The Columbus Dispatch reviewed Jurate Phillips' solo show entitled "Misted Visions" currently on display at Hayley Gallery. In his review entitled "Embracing the Serene", he aptly writes "A spirit of serenity pulses through most of the paintings on view at Hayley Gallery."  Jurate's show will be on display through January 31, 2018. Her work is available for purchase at the gallery, online at www.localohioart.com or by phone by calling the gallery at (614) 855-4856.

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The Art of Wine - Summer Edition

Matthew Sutherland

THE ART OF WINE

  • Friday, June 16 , 2017
  • 4:00pm  7:00pm
  • Hayley Gallery

Experience local art in all forms! Taste RJV Wines, New Albany's first and finest wine company, surrounded by a variety of beautiful local artwork and jewelry, expertly curated by gallery owner Hayley Deeter. 
The event is free to attend; due to state liquor laws there will be a $5 wine glass fee for each tasting participant.

New Arrivals from Artist Dalia Koppes

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Representative of her paintings, Dalia comes from a diverse and colorful background. Dalia was born in Israel to a French Moroccan father and a Spanish mother. She spent the first ten years of her life experiencing the rich dichotomy and cultural diversity that is life in Israel. Dalia, a self-taught artist, studied marketing at the Ohio State University and Columbus State. After working in the field of marketing, she finally let her imagination run free and took over a canvas for the first time in a style that became her own. Steadily selling and exhibiting her work through the years she achieved her life - long dream of becoming a full time artist.  

"When creating a painting I’m not attempting to recreate reality. I’m inspired by beautiful scenery, but in my mind the colors and textures are ever evolving and swirling to form a more surreal and passionate view of what is before me. By using more intense and exaggerated colors, textures, and forms , I express my inner self in a way that comes through on my canvas, and is more pleasing to the eye."

New Arrivals from Artist James Brown

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Although I grew up fascinated with art and hoped to pursue a career in the arts, things changed as I got a bit older. The 1980’s recession hit just as I was starting college and I was persuaded to pursue other options and ended up with a career in Information Technologies (yes, a computer geek.)

My wife was the one who helped me get back into art, she decided that I was bored and suggested that I take a class in stained glass back in 1993 (well, I was hooked) and I worked with stained glass until 2003 when I took my first glass fusing class. I continued to create both stained glass and fused glass art but as I am now getting closer to ending my career in information technologies, I am starting to look for a second career as a fused glass artist.

In 2015, I decided to take glass fusing to the next level and started James Brown Art Glass. I am still excited each and every time I open the kiln to see how the pieces turn out. It is fascinating to me how heat, some chemical reactions and light can transform glass into beautiful art work.

The Art of Wine + Meet Featured Artist Carolyn Heffelfinger

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 Meet Featured Artist Carolyn Heffelfinger at The Art of Wine Thursday, May 4, 2017

Meet Featured Artist Carolyn Heffelfinger at The Art of Wine Thursday, May 4, 2017

THE ART OF WINE

  • Thursday, May 4, 2017
  • 5:30pm  7:30pm
  • Hayley Gallery

Experience local art in all forms! Taste RJV Wines, New Albany's first and finest wine company, surrounded by a variety of beautiful local artwork and jewelry, expertly curated by gallery owner Hayley Deeter. 
The event is free to attend; due to state liquor laws there will be a $5 wine glass fee for each tasting participant.

Featured @ Hayley Gallery Artist Carolyn Heffelfinger

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Show runs through Wednesday, May 10, 2017.

New Arrivals from Artist Michael Bush

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 I am a self-taught multi-media artist. I experiment with different paint mediums on canvas to push my creative process. Rather than using brushes in my work, I use unconventional items to move and manipulate the paint. Water also is used in the creation of my work, which brings the fluid motions in my abstractions to life. I am inspired by work with movement and color, I strive to create similar movement and fluidity in my own work. I use nature as a direct influence in my work as my palette reflects a variation of blues and greens. I really hope you enjoy my work as much as I do creating it

I am a self-taught multi-media artist. I experiment with different paint mediums on canvas to push my creative process. Rather than using brushes in my work, I use unconventional items to move and manipulate the paint. Water also is used in the creation of my work, which brings the fluid motions in my abstractions to life. I am inspired by work with movement and color, I strive to create similar movement and fluidity in my own work. I use nature as a direct influence in my work as my palette reflects a variation of blues and greens. I really hope you enjoy my work as much as I do creating it

New Arrivals from Lora Rini

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Long before creating commercially successful art, Lora brought artistry to everything she did. During the years she brought up her family, she worked as a face-painter at art fairs, turned her homes and gardens into showcases of unique color and ideas, she made bird houses and furniture from natural materials, she studied and perfected skills in wood-working, upholstery, painting, pottery and tile and experimented with the use of multiple mediums and styles. She became an expert in tools and materials. Her most impressive skill though is turning old timepieces into beautiful jewelry.

New Arrival from Artist Laurie Clements

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 Artist Laurie Clements

Artist Laurie Clements

Laurie Clements, a 1980 graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design, has been painting most of her life. In the past 12 years she has made it a nearly full-time endeavor.

In 2006, Laurie was diagnosed with breast cancer. The episode reignited her passion for the role her artwork held in her life, ultimately inspiring her to devote herself to her own painting and help others who had cancer. She founded Locks and a Lift, a silent auction fund-raiser, based solely from the proceeds of the sales of her artwork, to benefit Ohio Health's Cancer Care Center and specifically to support the needs of other women during their treatment there. Since 2008, the sale of her artwork has raised more than $80,000 for women undergoing treatment for breast cancer and leukemia through her charity, her goal is to reach $100,000 with a final event. She has been proud to donate many pieces for other charitable events as well.

Now, officially a "cancer survivor," Laurie often states how fortunate she has been in life to have had that experience that ultimately reinvigorated her passion for her art. Her artwork, depicting landscapes (from rural Ohio to many corners of the world), florals, Columbus' neighborhood scenes, canines and subjects of all variety expected and unexpected, have come to occupy many lovely homes, professional buildings and restaurants throughout Central Ohio and beyond.

A native of Newark, Ohio, Laurie spent her earlier career as Director of Admissions and later as an instructor at CCAD, teaching there for 10 years. More recently, she also was the 2013 Artist in Residence with the New Albany Symphony.

Laurie and her husband Tom live in Westerville and have two grown children, Andrew and Chelsea. Tom and Laurie are active in several charitable endeavors, and proud to call Central Ohio their home.

New Arrivals from Artist Suzanne Robinson

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"I draw most of my inspiration from what I observe in and around my home which is nestled in the woods of Pataskala, Ohio. It's a privilege to be able to express on canvas the peace and harmony conveyed in nature’s beautiful backdrop. My landscapes offer the onlooker an appreciation of the majesty of vistas that change from one season to the next. Crystal blue seascapes harken me back to wonderful beach vacations shared with my family".

One doesn’t have to go to the country or seaside to appreciate nature’s calming beauty since Robinson’s work aptly expresses the peace and harmony that can only be conveyed in nature’s back drop. 

New Arrivals from Artist Cody F Miller

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The materials I work with are magazine collage, acrylic paint, charcoal and cloth. The patterns and odd configurations of things I stumble upon are an integral part of the process of changing my original design, always leaving a doorway open for an element of chance. A number of images have more of an emphasis of paint over cut paper. Though the collage elements are integrated sparingly, they often set the tone for the rest of the design.

VIP Sneak Peak: Wil Wong Yee - Show Opens March 18 5-8PM

Matthew Sutherland

Wil Wong Yee was born and raised in Columbus Ohio. At an early age, he found his passion in art. Yee graduated from CCAD, Columbus College of Art & Design, earning his Bachelors of Fine Art in Industrial Design. 

Being the designer of his destiny, Yee has taken pieces of the city of Columbus and created inspiration in the form of street art. After graduating from CCAD, Yee continued to create beautiful views of downtown Columbus in the form of cityscapes as well as personable portraits packed with raw emotion and thrilling illustrations.

New Arrivals from Artist Alicia Cummings

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 Artist Alicia Cummings

Artist Alicia Cummings

Alicia Cummings was born and raised in the Cincinnati area. She has had a passion for creating art for as long as she can remember. After graduating from Miami University as a major in art education, Alicia began pursuing her career as a professional artist alongside her teaching career. She began working with several high end interior design firms in Cincinnati, showcasing, selling, and creating commissioned work in a broad range of corporate and residential locations across the area.

After establishing herself as a local professional artist, a few years ago, Alicia decided to take her goals a step further and began her work as a non-profit artist. This endeavor has certainly been the most rewarding, colliding her passion with art with her heart's passion ... Helping people in need. Fulfilling her role in using her artistic gifts for a greater purpose, Alicia continues to be blessed and humbled to live out her life as a working artist. Today, she supports numerous charities through consistent sales of her work including both local and global outreaches.

Through subdued palettes, mark making, and drips, Alicia tells her stories with her paintbrush in hand. When Alicia is not busy creating works in her studio, she enjoys her time as a part time high school art educator, and soaks up all of life's little moments with her husband and two boys.

New Arrivals from Artist Evelyn Walker

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Evelyn Walker has always enjoyed art as a hobby. Retired from financial services management, she is now able to devote more time to her craft. She enjoys working with different media, including stained glass, wood, oil painting, jewelry making and fabric art.

Experimenting with paper, Evelyn enjoys the feel of different papers in her hand and the beautiful patterns created by the interplay of images on the printed page as they are folded, molded and repurposed into bowls. Working with graphic novels, maps, hymnbooks, wrapping paper, posters, children’s books, wall paper, architectural drawings and dictionaries, the end result is always a surprise and no two are exactly alike.