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In The Works Main Gallery:  "inside the edges/outside the lines," featuring work from artists of The Women's Palette. On display October 23 through December 23, 2015. 

The Works Main Gallery, which is free and open to the public, offers guests access to a wide variety of artistic expression.

The Works Art Galleries offer a variety of art opportunities designed to stimulate creative engagement in the arts for learners of all ages, and strengthen the cultural fabric of our community. Gallery exhibits change frequently and admission is free to most gallery exhibitions. Contact the museum's Art Coordinator for purchase inquiries and additional information.


Main Gallery Exhibit: 

"inside the edges/outside the lines"

Gallery opening and artist reception - Friday, October 23, 5 - 7 p.m.
FREE and open to all

On display October 23 - December 23, 2015

Gallery is FREE and Open to the Public
Tuesday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Download the artcard for this exhibit here.

The Works presents “inside the edges/outside the lines,” an exhibit featuring the work of local women artists of The Women's Palette.

The Women’s Palette was established in 1978 to recognize professional women artists living and working in central Ohio. The purpose of the group was to give women access to opportunities to exhibit and promote excellent works of art. The group’s members are recognized and respected professionally; each member holds signature status in at least one national professional art organization. Women’s Palette artists work in a variety of styles and media. Featured artists: Suzanne Accetta, watercolor; Bess Alexander, watercolor; Christiane Curry, watercolor; Valerie Dunning Edwards, sculpture (paper, wire, wood), acrylic; Jane Heller, acrylic; Karen LaValley, oil; Sally Ford Lyles, watercolor; Merry Gant Norris, acrylic/gold leaf; Jeny Reynolds, collage and reverse glass painting; and Susie Schreiber, watercolor.

Jane Heller and Jeny Reynolds were the original curators of The Works Art Gallery, formerly located on Second Street in the space now occupied by Chicago Title. The late Howard LeFevre, founder of The Works, asked the pair to start the gallery in 2002.