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260 Market Street
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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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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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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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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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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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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Mar
10
4:00 PM16:00

Artist Opening Reception for Jane Dippold "Painting with Paper"

I have been an artist and children's illustrator for almost 30 years. After graduating from Miami University with a Bachelor of Fine Art, I started my career working as an artist for Gibson Greeting Cards in Cincinnati, Ohio. Since 1994, I have worked as a freelance artist creating artwork for over 30 children's books, and countless designs for giftware, giftwrap and greeting cards. Since 2010 I have been creating fine art painted paper collages of the Ohio landscape.
In my collage work, I paint acrylic paint on tissue paper, newsprint, recycled brown bags, book and poetry pages. I collect these painted colors into a palette to use at the start of a painting. I then tear, and sometimes precisely cut the paper, and adhere it to canvas in layers. This technique creates a painting that at first may appear as an oil painting, but on closer inspection, small pieces of paper, written words, newsprint, drawing and poetry become visible and provide additional meaning. 
The ways in which nature and the viewer can abstract the open landscape with color blocks, shapes and texture lends itself to the torn and cut pieces of collage. The randomness of the brushstrokes on the paper provides vibrancy and natural motion within the artwork. 
I work from photographs that I take myself, driving the backroads of western Ohio. I am inspired by the ever changing landscape and weather in Ohio as well as the flat open countryside, bright sunrises and expansive sunsets punctuated by barns, and silos. I want those who view my work to see and appreciate the beauty around us every day of the year in Ohio.

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Valentine's Day Jewelry Trunk Show and Demonstration with Terri Hickey
Feb
9
3:00 PM15:00

Valentine's Day Jewelry Trunk Show and Demonstration with Terri Hickey

Yes, she wants jewelry for Valentine's Day!  And if your Valentine doesn't get the hint, pick out something you want and we'll let your Valentine know.

Jewelry artist Terri Hickey will be at the gallery on Friday, Feb 9 bringing her handmade sterling silver as well as glass enamel pieces including necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Stay for a demonstration showing how she turns raw materials into beautiful pieces you'll treasure for years to come.

Refreshments will be served at this special event.

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ARTIST OPENING RECEPTION FEATURING TODD BUSCHUR
Nov
18
4:00 PM16:00

ARTIST OPENING RECEPTION FEATURING TODD BUSCHUR

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

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Summer Solstice Psychic Fair
Jun
17
11:00 AM11:00

Summer Solstice Psychic Fair

Special Pricing for this Event Only:

$50 for a 30-minute readings pre book below.  $55 at the door (regularly $65-75)  Credit cards will be accepted.

To reserve a reading (or two) with the psychic of your choice, text 614-633-6689 & you will be added to the list at your requested time from 11:00-5:00.

Get a FREE sage stick & instructions w every reading! Just in time for summer solstice manifesting!

With the discovery of fire, early humans began to notice that aromatic smoke was produced by burning dried plants. As herbs, roots, resins and barks are changed from their physical form ("of this world"), they are changed by the element of fire into smoke (spirit world form).

This transformation is indicative of the spirit within substances. Throughout human history, aromatic plants have been used in the daily activities of people from every culture.

 

Soulshine Tavern located next to the gallery will be open for lunch and dinner.

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Spring Psychic Fair
Apr
15
11:00 AM11:00

Spring Psychic Fair

$25 Readings (regularly $55-75)  All are welcome! 

8 Psychics (including Palm, Tarot, Medium, Astrology, Numerology, Past Life, & Pet Communication)*

FREE 15-Minute Mini Workshops with JLo:

1) "Intuitive Living" (how to use law of attraction, spirit guides, smudging with sage, karma, chakras, & other tools for psychic living)

2) "Birth Chart Basics" (how to find your birth chart, how to read it, how to use it, how to prosper from it!) Bring your phone! @ Approx 11:00 & 12:00; 3:00 & 4:00

Art Gallery & Shop + Jewelry + Essential Oils & How To Use Them

Alice's Food Truck "Aebelskabels" with amazing Danish pancake balls, coffee, drinks, snacks owned by New Albany resident Hilary Meilin; visit her website at www.aebelskabels.com

* To reserve a reading (or two) with the psychic of your choice, just message us here @Zodiac Shop or text 

614.633.6689 & you will be added to the wait list at your requested time from11:00-5:00.

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JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW LISA INGLERT
Dec
17
2:00 PM14:00

JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW LISA INGLERT

Lisa practiced architecture for many years before becoming a glass bead artisan. This influence can be seen in the bold colors and platonic forms of her work, redefining the traditional round glass bead. She crafts all of her beads by hand in her studio. The beads are the foundation of her unique jewelry designs that draw inspiration from a broad variety of influences from the retro patterns of the 1950’s to the organic forms of branches and stones. She has won many awards at local art shows and been featured in several newspaper articles highlighting her work. She lives in Cincinnati Ohio with her husband and son and jokes that playing with fire is the favorite part of her day.

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Jewelry Trunk Show Lora Rini
Dec
10
5:00 PM17:00

Jewelry Trunk Show Lora Rini

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.

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Jewelry Trunk Show Beth Abramovitz
Dec
10
1:30 PM13:30

Jewelry Trunk Show Beth Abramovitz

When I work with metals, I am reminded that art is a journey and the
destination is the person wearing and enjoying my jewelry. My process begins by hand drawing intricate designs on a small piece of flattened metal. The metal is then carefully acid etched to reveal a tactile, graphic pattern. My hope is that the person wearing my jewelry will feel as unique and beautiful as the design that is individually etched on each piece.

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Artist Opening Reception Featuring Shannon Godby
Dec
9
5:00 PM17:00

Artist Opening Reception Featuring Shannon Godby

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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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JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW CATHERINA BISHOPP
Dec
3
5:00 PM17:00

JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW CATHERINA BISHOPP

Jewelry, as an art form, has the power to create moods, provoke opinions and produce reactions. At her studio. this is the design philosophy that New York based jewelry designer Catherina Bishopp follows in creating and developing her own unique collection of jewelry. Although she uses precious stones and metals in her work, the design is of much greater importance to Catherina than the intrinsic value of the materials she works with. Her ultimate goal is evoking humor, whimsy and rare imagination through the use of striking color and inventive design in each of her pieces, which is what gives Catherina her signature look.


Catherina has lived and worked in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, The Netherlands, France, UK, Trinidad and Tobago, and now in Columbus, Ohio. This close view of other cultures and people gives Catherina a diverse perspective on her own designs and a greater appreciation of other artists' abilities. Today, Catherina continues to be inspired by this experience as she brings her special touch to the creation of memorable jewelry which compliments a woman's beauty.

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Aug
17
5:00 PM17:00

Hayley Gallery Art For Life Event

Art for Life helps raise awareness and significant funds for ARC Ohio’s (a division of Equitas Health) HIV/AIDS medical care, support, prevention, education, testing and advocacy services. 

The following artists' donated work to this event. Their work will be displayed and they will be recognized at this event at Hayley Gallery: 

Mary Avalos-Miller
Laurie Clements
Jane Dippold
Renate Fackler
Tracy Greenwalt
Carolyn Heffelfinger
Laura Jacob
Adam Kolp
Chris Lucas
Jurate Phillips
Suzanne Robinson
Trish Weeks
Jessica Wojtasek
Mac Worthington

The majority of the of the funds raised at this year's 2016 Art for Life event on September 24 will continue to support ARC Ohio with a portion of the art sales to benefit the Pizzuti Collection’s educational programs.

Beverages and light bites will be served.

For tickets to attend Art for Life 2016: http://artforlife.arcohio.org/art

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Mother's Day Jewelry Trunk Show with Terri Hickey
Apr
29
4:00 PM16:00

Mother's Day Jewelry Trunk Show with Terri Hickey

What better day than Mother's Day to show her some love with a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry?  We have invited our favorite local jewelry artists to each have a trunk show in the weeks prior to Mother's Day - Sunday, May 8.  

Terri has a B.S in Fashion Merchandising and Design from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign and spent a number of years in the fashion world on both the design and manufacturing sides of the business. After many years of being a stay-at-home-Mom, Terri decided to head back to the drawing board and resume classes. She got side tracked along the way by the exciting new world of Precious Metal Clay. Always a lover of jewelry, she immediately recognized how easily her design skills could merge with the properties of metal clay and her jewelry career was off and running. Now a certified metal clay artist, her jewelry has branched out in several directions to include chain maille, dichroic glass and traditional metal work.

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MOTHER'S DAY JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW WITH CATHERINA BISHOPP
Apr
26
4:30 PM16:30

MOTHER'S DAY JEWELRY TRUNK SHOW WITH CATHERINA BISHOPP

Jewelry, as an art form, has the power to create moods, provoke opinions and produce reactions. At her studio. this is the design philosophy that New York based jewelry designer Catherina Bishopp follows in creating and developing her own unique collection of jewelry. Although she uses precious stones and metals in her work, the design is of much greater importance to Catherina than the intrinsic value of the materials she works with. Her ultimate goal is evoking humor, whimsy and rare imagination through the use of striking color and inventive design in each of her pieces, which is what gives Catherina her signature look.


Catherina has lived and worked in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, The Netherlands, France, UK, Trinidad and Tobago, and now in Columbus, Ohio. This close view of other cultures and people gives Catherina a diverse perspective on her own designs and a greater appreciation of other artists' abilities. Today, Catherina continues to be inspired by this experience as she brings her special touch to the creation of memorable jewelry which compliments a woman's beauty.

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