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260 Market Street
New Albany, OH, 43054
United States

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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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Events

Hayley Gallery brings a new and exciting exhibit to the gallery on a monthly basis featuring a wide range of artists and mediums.  Artist opening receptions are FREE to attend (ages 12 and up please).

Jewelry Trunk Show with Terri Hickey
Nov
15
4:00 PM16:00

Jewelry Trunk Show with Terri Hickey

Just in time for the holidays! Join us for a fabulous Jewelry Trunk Show featuring Cleveland-area fine silver artist Terri Hickey. Terri is a true silversmith creating sterling and fine silver pieces combined with the art of Cloisonne and Champleve. She’ll be showing her latest glass enamel necklaces, bracelets and earrings and will even discuss special orders that can be ready for the holidays.

TO SEE ALL OF TERRI’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Robin Roberts - Beauty Captured
Nov
16
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Robin Roberts - Beauty Captured

To me, painting is relaxing and my way of getting time with God and His creation. I want to soak it in, to understand it as well as I can, and then capture the special beauty in life as light and shadow splashes across the scene. I enjoy painting so many different subjects- everything from architecture to wildlife to cityscapes to rural scenes. I have always loved being outside so I really enjoy plein air painting. Nature never fails to reward and challenge me as an artist with its constantly changing colors, light, and atmosphere. When painting, I depend on my design skills as a graphic designer, spirited brushstrokes and tonal unity. I also enjoy working in my studio in Ashland, Ohio when I can not get outside. 

Robin graduated from Ashland (College) University in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Visual Communication after spending one year of intensive study at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. After years of work at agencies and as the head of graphics at Rubbermaid in Wooster, Ohio, Robin opened Red Red Design, a graphic design studio in Ashland, Ohio in 2001.

TO SEE ALL OF ROBIN’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Jurate Phillips - "Merged, A Mother-Daughter Collaborative Abstracts"
Dec
14
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Jurate Phillips - "Merged, A Mother-Daughter Collaborative Abstracts"

Jurate Phillips (pronounced: You-ra-te) grew up in Soviet occupied Lithuania. From her earliest memories she has studied art and developed her talents in that field. She graduated from Siauliu Universitetas, in Lithuania (1996), where she was classically trained in painting and design. She came to the United States in 1997 where she has since graduated from Columbus College of Art and Design (2002). She now resides in Columbus, Ohio with her husband and daughter.  Since her earliest days her passion has been for art in all forms. Jurate has partaken in the creation of many pieces from photography, to painting and sculpture. Her work can be found all over the world in both residential and commercial settings.  

After working as an interior designer, freelance artist and teaching art she has returned to her first love, which is painting. She now focuses on painting regularly and exhibiting her work. She credits most of her aesthetics to her maternal Grandmother, with whom she spent most of her summers. The natural beauty that surrounded her on her grandmothers farm has influenced the size, scope and subject matter ever since. Her emotions dictate to her what she will paint. One day she will do a landscape, another an abstract, or she might be inspired by a simple flower bloom.

TO SEE ALL OF JURATE’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Chuck Marshall - Farewell
Jan
11
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Chuck Marshall - Farewell

We will be saying farewell to Chuck Marshall as he leaves Ohio ans begins a new life west of the Rockies. Join us for an Artist Opening Reception celebrating Chuck and all the beautiful work he has created over the years.

TO SEE ALL OF CHUCK’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Renate Fackler - The Best of Renate
Feb
8
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Renate Fackler - The Best of Renate

Uplifting energy and graceful balance describes the latest body of work by the Ohio sculptor, Renate Fackler.

Working in the lost wax method of bronze casting, her work is both figurative and abstract along with being suitable for indoor or outdoor installations. I have done numerous commissions and enjoy the challenge of meeting my clients' needs and desires.

My largest commission to date, is a life- size Brutus the Buckeye, is located on the first floor of the lobby area of the Ohio State Student Union Center. He is sitting on a bench to the right of the main staircase.
Collections: The Ohio State University, The Herb Society of America, Charity Newsies, Wendy's International, The Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C, The White House private collection.

TO SEE ALL OF RENATE’S WORK PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Mary Burkhardt "Artful Dressing"
Mar
7
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Mary Burkhardt "Artful Dressing"

As an interior designer, Mary Burkhardt is surrounded by beautiful
colors, shapes, patterns, and textures. These elements of design—along
with a passion for travel, cooking, and fashion—naturally inform her art.

Her current work is a collection of female figures standing, walking, or
spinning on the shores of Lake Erie. The mood of each painting is reflected
in the color of the sky, signaling an approaching storm or a glowing sunset.
An element of surprise in each composition creates a sense of safety or
danger. The anonymous women, all wearing breezy dresses, take on the
viewer's own narrative of risk and refuge, real or imagined.

TO SEE ALL OF MARY’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Todd Buschur
Apr
18
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Todd Buschur

I received my undergraduate degree from Bluffton University and my Masters degree from the McGregor School of Antioch University. I studied painting at the International School of Art in Umbria, Italy. I currently paint, teach high school art and live near Urbana, Ohio.

TO SEE ALL OF TODD’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Ann Kete
May
16
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Ann Kete

Nature's vibrant colors and radiant light call me to paint. I concentrate on composition and use a loose, painterly approach, which allows the viewer to engage with the painting. My mediums of choice are both oil and ink with watercolor.

After receiving an Economics degree from Denison University, I continued my studies at Cleveland State University to develop my interest in art. More recently, I have advanced my technique with mentors including Joe Lombardo, Fred Fochtman and Steven Walker.

I am a member of the Worthington Area Art League, Central Ohio Plein Air Society, Dublin Area Art League, Urban Sketchers of Columbus and Rick Dziak's "The Group"

TO SEE ALL OF ANN’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Laurie Clements
Jun
13
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Laurie Clements

Laurie Clements, a 1980 graduate of Columbus College of Art and Design, has been painting most of her life. Over the past 19 years, she has made it a full- time endeavor.

Her artwork, depicting landscapes, lakes, flowers, Columbus' neighborhood scenes, canines, and subjects of all varieties; both expected and unexpected, have come to occupy many homes, professional buildings and restaurants throughout 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 ten years. She was also the Artist in Residence with the New Albany Symphony Orchestra.

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 are proud to call Central Ohio their home.

TO SEE ALL OF LAURIE’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Adam Kolp
Aug
15
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Adam Kolp

Coming to terms with the fact that I was losing my eyesight was actually when I first began to see the world much more clearly.  We often spend our days over scheduled with things to do and places to be. Consumed by brief memories of what something was or the thought of what it could have been, wethen quickly move on to the next pressing moment. We can easily get caught up living in this rapid paced blur, and unknowingly are missing out on the incredible beauty that surrounds us in any given moment. I realize that losing my eyesight was a wake up call. I needed to take the time to see the world we live in. It is such a beautiful and inspiring gift to have the opportunity to slow down and appreciate every moment and each amazing experience. This was the turning point for who I am now and the artist that I have become.

TO SEE ALL OF ADAM’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for David Hunt
Sep
26
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for David Hunt

David Hunt was born in Long Beach, California; lived in the Philippine Islands and the New England Coast before settling in Cincinnati, Ohio. He studied product design at the University of Cincinnati and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design.

During his studies, his painting style was influenced by artists Robert Fabe, Phil Foster and Reginald Grooms. David's professional career included extensive work as product development consultant and as an Adjunct Instructor at the Design, Art and Architecture College at the University of Cincinnati.

There is a dream-like touch to his landscapes. His transitions in tone and color between trees, sky, water or fields are at times subtle; at other times very severe in contrast and value.

TO SEE ALL OF DAVID’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Man-Wai Wu
Nov
14
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Man-Wai Wu

Man-Wai Wu was born in Guangdong China and settled in Hong Kong in 1958. He started painting in 1969 and later completed an extension course in 3-dimensional design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic Institute.

In both 1989 and 1994 he was awarded the Hong Kong Urban Council Fine Arts Award for Sculpture by the Hong Kong Museum of Art. Wu won the Freeman Foundation Fellowship to study art at the Vermont Studio Center, the largest international residency program in the US, hosting more than 50 visual artists and writers each month from across the country and around the world.

In 1998, he immigrated to Canada and has been working there ever since. His paintings have been featured in American Art Collector Magazine and he has collectors throughout the world. Wu has family, including a brother and many cousins living in Columbus, hence his connection to Central Ohio.


TO SEE ALL OF MAN’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Marti Higgins
Dec
12
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Marti Higgins

As a painter, I adore color and shape. Growing up near New York City in the 1960s and 70s, I was moved by the strong, bold, gestural compositions and the seeming spontaneity in the work of the abstract expressionists. Art was everywhere; in advertising, billboards, newspapers and publications such as “Look” and “Life” magazines which consistently featured articles about contemporary art. The bold colors, rhythms and subject matter I attempt to express in my artwork are due to these early influences.

Living now in Cleveland for 35 years, I call it home. I like to experiment with the relativity of color; how colors influence each other by proximity. I expose relationships in color by working in layers. Many under layers are not immediately visible in a given piece. These initial colors and shapes, however, ground the finished product by influencing colors yet to be applied and by showing up in glimmers and slices. I like to include a surprise color which at first glance may seem incongruous but has a way of solidifying the composition. My finished pieces are impressionistic landscapes and abstractions. All of my subject matter is derived from my observation of nature, including my flower gardens. I am inspired by the sense of disorder, yet perfect organization, I feel when in nature. My mediums are acrylic on canvas, acrylic and paper collage on canvas and encaustic.

TO SEE ALL OF MARTI’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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12th Anniversary Open House
Nov
8
4:00 PM16:00

12th Anniversary Open House

Hayley Gallery is celebrating a dozen years in New Albany - that's cause for celebration! Join us at our FREE Open House on Nov. 8 from 4-8 pm to meet your favorite artists, enjoy adult beverage and lite bites and maybe even win a gallery gift card. Plus see all new 2019 holiday artwork to get you prepared for Christmas and Chanukah. Ages 12+.only please.

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Shake Parkinson's Annual Fundraiser
Oct
27
2:00 PM14:00

Shake Parkinson's Annual Fundraiser

In support of the Myser Family Parkinson’s Disease Research Fund #645098 to support Parkinson’s disease medical research The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

Established April 7, 2017, with gifts given in honor of Mary Hadsell Myser and the late Dr. Willard Cochran Myser (MS 1947, PhD 1952; Professor Emeritus). Gifts have been given from Teresa L. Myser (BS 1971) and Richard D. Myser (MS 1975); from their sons, Eric D. Myser (BS 2000; MS 2004) and Michael S. Myser (BA 1999); and from other relatives and friends; used to support medical research on Parkinson's disease in the Movement Disorders Division in the Department of Neurology, College of Medicine, to help eradicate the disease and/or improve treatments and patient outcomes.

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Psychic Saturday with Willow and Lisa
Oct
19
11:00 AM11:00

Psychic Saturday with Willow and Lisa

Join us for a special Psychic Saturday on October 19 from 11 am to 4 pm. Willow & Lisa will conduct 20 minute private readings @ $35 each - for cash or $37 with a credit card, paid after your session. 

We will try our best to accommodate walk-ins but strongly suggest you book a RESERVATION IN ADVANCE by calling (614) 855-4856 or sending your time request to hayley@hayleygallery.com.

 

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Artist Opening Reception for Natalya Romanovsky "Color Kaleidoscope"
Oct
12
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Natalya Romanovsky "Color Kaleidoscope"

European native Natalya Romanovsky grew up in Moldova. From the time she was 7 years old, Romanovsky knew she would be an artist. That's when her teacher told her mother, Give her brushes and paint. The child will know what to do.

Romanovsky received her Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from Kishinev Art College. 

Romanovskys' paintings are a combination of vibrant color, rich texture and movement making them extremely exciting. There exists a mysterious and intriguing ambiance in every painting reminiscent of something surrealistic leaving the viewer to find a simple meaning of life in each one.

 TO SEE ALL OF NATALYA’S, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Columbus Museum of Art Women's Board New Member Social
Sep
18
5:30 PM17:30

Columbus Museum of Art Women's Board New Member Social

The Women’s Board of the Columbus Museum of Art is a dynamic group of women who raise funds for the Museum. We take seriously our commitment to one of the country’s best museums. But we are more than that. We are women from all around Central Ohio who come together and do great things. Women’s Board was organized in 1967 and to this day, Women’s Board members play an active role in advancing the growth of the Museum through direct service and fundraising.

The Museum is a community treasure, and we help to preserve and enhance that treasure. We do it with style and humor, bringing our talents, time, and camaraderie to make our fundraisers some of the most successful and anticipated events in Central Ohio. Beyond our fundraisers, many of us choose to volunteer our time in other ways for the Museum. We also spend time together, discovering art and just enjoying each other’s company.

Join us at the beautiful Hayley Gallery in New Albany to find out how you can join the The Women’s Board of the Columbus Museum of Art.

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Artist Opening Reception for Carolyn Heffelfinger "Natural World"
Sep
14
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Carolyn Heffelfinger "Natural World"

"My paintings are an expression of my love of nature. As a child  my desire to draw began at an early age and I would put to use any paper surface my mother could provide for me. I hope to convey to the viewer the passion, beauty, and reverence i feel when exploring our magical natural world."

Majoring in fine art at Kent State University, Carolyn focused on painting the figure. Her study of the human form proved later helpful in her anatomical renderings of the wildlife in her paintings.  She worked as a graphic artist immediately after college and later for seven years as an illustrator's assistant. 

Close observation, photography and her almost daily treks into the woods, fields and along the Big Walnut Creek, over which her studio sits, have been the inspirational reference for her richly colored, realistic oil paintings.

Carolyn has been included in local and national juried competitions in which she has been recognized and awarded for her paintings.

TO SEE ALL OF CAROLYN’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Fundraiser for Franklin County Democratic Candidates
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Fundraiser for Franklin County Democratic Candidates

Gahanna Democrats and Friends and New Albany Democrats Invite You to a Fundraiser for Gahanna Democratic Candidates

GDF is teaming up with the New Albany Dems to sponsor a fundraiser for our Gahanna Democratic Candidates and the Franklin County Democratic Party (FCDP). It’s essential that we support our impressive slate of candidates by putting their information in the hands and doors of every voter in Gahanna. Please join us at Hayley Gallery to show your support the Gahanna Democrats running in the Fall election.

Wednesday August 28, 2019

6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Can't Attend but want to donate:

Contributions to Gahanna Coordinated Campaign $75

Supporter $50

Friend $25

(All Contributions are Welcome)

Make Checks Payable to Franklin County Democratic Party

Special Thanks for the Generous Support of:Hayley Deeter, Owner of Hayley Gallery, for Donation of the Venue

Sarah Higginston, Chair of New Albany OH Dems for Donation of Refreshments

Susan Jackson-Finfrock, Owner of Peace Love Juice for Donation of Juices plus a discount card to Peace Love Juice

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The Art of Beauty with Dr. Tyler Rogers from Reveal Aesthetic in New Albany
Aug
15
6:30 PM18:30

The Art of Beauty with Dr. Tyler Rogers from Reveal Aesthetic in New Albany

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Dr. Tyler Rogers from Reveal Aesthetic will demonstrate the actual before and after results of the Profound treatment at this event. RSVP today to info@revealaesthetic.com. Space is limited.

ONE LUCKY ATTENDEE WILL WIN A TREATMENT VALUED AT $5,500!

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Artist Opening Reception for Tony Lee and Priya Rama "Abstraction"
Aug
10
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Tony Lee and Priya Rama "Abstraction"

Tony Lee - I am an abstract artist located in Kettering, Ohio. From a very young age, I was obsessed with drawing and spent every moment practicing my skills.

I studied figure drawing in college and graduated with a Fine Arts Degree from the University of South Carolina in 1979. My favorite artists included Monet, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Rembrandt and Frank Frazetta.

My medium of choice is acrylic because it’s versatile and fast-drying. I use vivid colors combined with texture and contrast is to create abstracts on canvas. Clouds and nature are my inspiration, but the options are limitless. Abstracts are rewarding because the idea of what I envision changes as I work and it’s always interesting to see how others interpret my art. 

TO SEE ALL OF TONY’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Priya Rama - I experience. Then, I paint.

My art, like my life, revolves around my chronic migraines. Everything that I do follows the ebb, flow and crest of wellness. When a migraine comes on, even with my eyes closed, I "see" things. Colors and shapes flood my mind in fluid poetry. These mystical images recede, shift, radiate and pulse, becoming more vibrant and vivid with every capture! Frequently, I paint through a migraine, trying to quickly tap into what I see. When I can’t, I’m able to recall the imagery at a later time, and commit that to canvas.

My work is a constant search to best represent the three and often four dimensional images of my mind onto a two dimensional, flat surface. Each piece I create evolves from a meditative and introspective process, wherein I become one with my art: It is being aware in that moment, being mindful, acknowledging the pain and chaos, and losing myself to the visual symphony that unfolds. Some notes are peaceful while others discordant. I've trained myself to paint through the pain and discomfort: my breathing slows down, my jaw unclenches, and my body slowly begins to relax. Often, completing a painting acts as a release, and reminds me that my mind can do more than just process pain:

It can transform pain into beauty.

I think of myself as an abstract expressionist, with my paintings highlighting a spontaneous and personal mark-making. Even though I wouldn’t call my paintings portraits, all of my works are self-portraits in a way. My art is part of me and I am part of my art.

I hope that my paintings inform viewers about the migraine experience. And inspire them to engage in creative activities when faced with chronic pain, illness, stress, and life-altering events.

Priya Rama has done her Doctoral Studies in Arts Administration, Education and Policy from The Ohio State University. She has an MA in Visual Arts Education from University of Cincinnati, and a BFA in Communication Arts and Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. Priya has exhibited at various venues, both nationally and internationally, and her paintings can be found in private collections around the country. She also has extensive teaching experience, and has presented/published nationally.

TO SEE ALL OF PRIYA’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE


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Artist Opening Reception for Chris Itsell "Metal-Morphically Speaking"
Jun
22
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Chris Itsell "Metal-Morphically Speaking"

My hands, my soul and my mind converge on each piece of work. The outcome is a sculpture or painting that triggers a tangible, personal emotional response. Best of all those emotions are shared, not isolated to the artist but the viewer as well.  Inspiration arises, often without warning, from any number of life’s seemingly random scenes whether good or bad. After all, we are living in an ever-evolving work created by The Greatest Artist of all.  

For metal art sculptures, I find that fluid lines and almost limitless perspective really entice the eye to investigate, much like the curious environment that we occupy. Even if the work is linear, an appropriately applied patina or even applying additional metal can introduce motion that otherwise would leave the piece stagnant. Sculptures are often active but remain balanced and resolve themselves like a well composed song. I love to work with the various ferrous and non-ferrous metals like copper, steel, aluminum, and bronze. Occasionally combining these elements together alongside concrete, wood, and glass really give them life. A variety of heat or chemical processes helps me transform the work into something special.

For canvas art, anything is possible in the abstract realm. I’m free to run spontaneously. One idea or inspirational mark may lead to something entirely sublime in the end. I’ve always been drawn to the earth tones, especially those of the Southwest United States where I was raised. From the reds and browns of the Sedona canyons, the lively greens of the valley, to the majestic hues of blue, red, orange and purple as the sun allows the desert night to take the shift. These are my soul colors but that doesn’t limit me from the spectrum of colors available. They are all beautiful. I never limit myself to any one tool for the application of paints. One piece of work may utilize brushes, water, tape and compressed air while another may utilize an inline or orbital sander for vibrating pigment.

The creative possibilities are only limited by the desire to try something new. For me, art allows the gates to the unknown to open where I can rush in to fill the void, the void that the ordinary had previously occupied.

TO SEE ALL OF CHRIS’ WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Suzanne Robinson "A Glimpse of Nature"
May
18
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Suzanne Robinson "A Glimpse of Nature"

"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. 

TO SEE ALL OF SUZANNE’S WORK, PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Laura Jacob - Found in Nature
Apr
20
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception for Laura Jacob - Found in Nature

I received my BFA from Bowling Green University with a concentration in oil painting in 1997. I currently work in 2 dimensional mixed media art. Most of my art is done in encaustics (painting with beeswax mixed with resin and pigment). It’s such a versatile medium and offers endless ways to explore. I love that I can make the surface of a painting incredibly smooth or I can carve and embed objects into the wax. Painting with liquid wax is both satisfying and challenging. The wax has to be heated to around 200 degrees to be able to paint with it. It hardens quickly once it touches the wood canvas and has to be fused in layers with a heat gun or a blow torch.

Some of the materials I love incorporating into wax are handmade papers, vintage book pages, my grandmother’s old sewing patterns, beads, threads, and dried botanicals. I feel like I can express my love of nature and create atmospheric work best in this way. Melting the wax and fusing each layer to the previous one takes quite a bit of practice and patience. The process of building and taking away reflects so much of how I feel about life. We are always building and repairing ourselves. My pieces are typically a reflection of how I feel about things I see in nature or my surroundings. In a way I’m trying to share the sense of the mystery, beauty and sometimes decay I see in life and nature.

TO SEE ALL OF LAURA’S WORK - PLEASE CLICK HERE

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Artist Opening Reception for Wil Wong Yee - A Perspective
Mar
23
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Wil Wong Yee - A Perspective

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.

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Artist Opening Reception for Shannon Godby "From Reality to Here"
Feb
23
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Shannon Godby "From Reality to Here"

Art is a part of who I am. Painting has always been my first passion followed closely by photography. For over twenty years, I have been creating works of art in both mediums, and I strive to become a better artist with each new painting and each new photograph. Over the last few years I have begun to infuse parts of each medium to create abstract paintings based on images found in nature. I never try to recreate exactly what I see, but to express the feelings I get from a scene. My goal is to portray the atmospheric qualities of a scene without giving away every detail.

When I show a piece I want the viewer to connect with the painting by adding their own feelings to it as well. I want it to remind them of something familiar. This makes it more of a personal experience for them. When I look at my work I want to be reminded of what originally inspired me about it. Whether it was late day sun creating long shadows over a field or simply the way a group of elements work together, if I look at the painting and get that same feeling, I have accomplished my goal.

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The Goodwill Studio & Art Gallery Show
Jan
25
4:00 PM16:00

The Goodwill Studio & Art Gallery Show

Hayley Gallery welcomes a show dedicated to The Goodwill Art Studio & Gallery, an innovative fine arts program for people with developmental disabilities and other barriers.

The studio and gallery provides a rewarding environment on so many levels. It is open to adults with any disability, creating a diverse studio environment.  For the artists who create here, it is a place of self-expression and personal growth. For the volunteers who lend their time, it is a place of fulfillment. And for the patrons of the arts, it is a source of inspiring collections and talent.

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Dec
7
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Melodie Thompson and Trish Weeks

"Light & Color Collective" a show featuring Ohio artists Melodie Thompson & Trish Weeks

Melodie Thompson: Born and raised on a farm in Leesburg, Indiana and then living in North Carolina for several years, Melodie moved her studio from Worthington, Ohio to Indiana and now back to Ohio. She became a part of the arts community at an early age; teaching classes, painting murals, supporting philanthropic efforts and entering her work in galleries and shows across the country.

Melodie studied oil painting and art history at Grace College in Indiana. Pieces from her work can be found in private collections from North Carolina to California. Inspired in the company of creative friends – she is always learning and loves to experiment with new mediums. “The process of art intrigues me – delving inside and bringing something to the surface that connects to another’s soul. This discovery continues to move me as I approach a blank canvas.”

Trish Weeks: Trish is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Art, Architecture and Planning with a BS in Design. She built a successful career in corporate and residential interior design before her painting career began in 1994. Trish has received awards in numerous juried shows on a local, regional and national level. Her work is included in private and corporate collections throughout the world. Trish was a featured artist at the Taft Museum “Art in the Afternoon” and a featured artist for the Duveneck Society at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Trish has participated in events at the Carnegie Art Center in Kentucky and is currently participating in the “Definitive Contemporary Landscape Show” at the Covington Art Center.

Trish draws inspiration from her experiences in the Midwest and the Carolinas where she spends much of her time. She also brings a more global perspective by layering memories from travels to paint in France; as well as trips to other locations in Europe, India, China, Japan and Nepal. Many of her trips include her portable equipment so she may paint out in the environments she is experiencing.

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Artist Opening Reception for Cody F Miller "Sojourners"
Nov
10
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Cody F Miller "Sojourners"

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.

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Meet The Artist Reception for Robert Coomer "Steeling Columbus"
Oct
27
4:00 PM16:00

Meet The Artist Reception for Robert Coomer "Steeling Columbus"

Robert’s work will be on display from October 12 - November 6, 2018

Robert Coomer is an internationally recognized, award winning photographer who grew up on a farm in Brown County, Ohio. Art has always been a part of his life and in 1994 he graduated with a BS degree in Graphic Design from the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning.

He draws from his farm roots to shoot images of backyard wildlife, old barns, farmscapes, and scenic landscapes in Southwestern Ohio and Eastern Kentucky. His work is an exploration of light and subject, and discovering beauty in unexpected places.

I find beauty in age and decay, and then reproduce it in a way that maintains a sense of time and place. To do this, I use distressed steel as the basis of my pieces. It can take up to 3 months to build up the rust and patina patterns on each piece of steel and then up to 12 hours of surface work to strip and reveal the damage done. Once I have my surface, the image is printed to the metal with various techniques, and then float mounted on stained wood using distressed bolts that maintain the aged and worn appearance. Through this process I am able to create an emotional connection to the image, and produce a piece authentic enough to look as though it had been stolen from the scene and presented to the viewer as an artifact on display. The work is modern and industrial, but is equally at home among antiques and more traditional settings.

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Artist Opening Reception for Michael Bush "Abstracted Texture in Motion"
Sep
8
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Michael Bush "Abstracted Texture in Motion"

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.

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Artist Opening Reception for Adam Kolp "Life, Inspired"
Aug
11
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Adam Kolp "Life, Inspired"

Adam Kolp was born in Westerville, Ohio, in 1978. As soon as he could hold a pencil, he started drawing and doodling. Adam’s desire to create led to a childhood dream of becoming an artist. When he was in high school, his vision started to decrease and he was diagnosed with Kerataconus, an eye disease that affects the structure of the cornea and causes vision issues. After graduating from high school, Adam continued his education at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio, studying Visual Art.

Even though his vision became a constant struggle and he was placed on the cornea transplant list, he still continued on at Otterbein, taking classes and making artwork. After two cornea transplants and a pending graduation, Adam decided to return to Otterbein College and get a degree in education so he could share his love of art. Adam is a Middle School art teacher in New Albany. Adam enjoys sharing his passion for art with his middle school students so much that his job doesn’t feel like work. Adam also has established himself as a local professional artist, creating many original and commissioned pieces of art work.

The struggle that Adam endured with his loss of vision has given him a unique view on life and living. He is constantly creating; drawing, painting, wood burning, researching new ideas and techniques, finding a new life for reclaimed materials, or falling back to how he started in 1980, doodling in a sketchbook.

 

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Psychic Saturday with Willow Niemela, Lisa Noland & Nada Maibach
Jul
28
11:00 AM11:00

Psychic Saturday with Willow Niemela, Lisa Noland & Nada Maibach

Join us for a special Psychic Saturday on July 28 from from 11 am to 4 pm. Willow, Lisa and Nada will conduct 20 minute private Tarot Card Readings @ $35 each - you can pay by cash or credit card after your session. Nada is also a Pet Psychic so you are welcome to bring your 4-legged friends for a reading.

We will try our best to accommodate walk-ins but strongly suggest you book a RESERVATION IN ADVANCE by calling (614) 855-4856 or sending your time request to hayley@hayleygallery.com.

Don't worry if you can't make it to this one - our next Psychic Saturday is on August 18 from 11 am to 4 pm.

 

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Love Locked for Pelotonia
May
10
5:30 PM17:30

Love Locked for Pelotonia

The Love Locked for Pelotonia event will be held at the beautiful Hayley Gallery in New Albany, Ohio, and will feature a cash bar with wine from New Albany's own Robert John Vineyards. Come see the debut of a new sculpture made from recycled bicycle parts specifically for this event! 

The father-daughter duo of Samuel and Crystal Davis worked together to create a unique art piece with a Pelotonia theme which will remain on display in the gallery through the summer months. 

Pelotonia is a grassroots bike tour that raises money for research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center — Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.

Love Locked event attendees may opt to buy a lock (or locks) and attach them to the sculpture in remembrance of or to honor a loved one.

If you have any questions about ordering a lock or about the Love Locked event, contact Crystal Davis at crystal.davis@mail.com or at 614.699.BIKE. Thank you for your support in helping us work to end cancer!

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Meet Anietra Hamper, author of "Secret Columbus" at Hayley Gallery Book Signing
Mar
14
5:00 PM17:00

Meet Anietra Hamper, author of "Secret Columbus" at Hayley Gallery Book Signing

"Secret Columbus", a guide to the weird, wonderful and obscure in Columbus has just been published and we are honored to welcome author Anietra Hamper to a book signing at the gallery.

The gallery is one of a select few locations where you can now purchase a signed copy of Anietra's book for $20.95 + tax.

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