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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).

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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 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.

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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.


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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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