Fall 2017 at Valley Art Center

  Fin, Fur & Feather Valley Art Center’s fall exhibit features creatures of the sea, the earth and the air. Artists were encouraged to interpret and depict any class of animal, domestic or wild, using their choice of media. Join VAC for an opening reception on Friday, September 1, from 6 to 8pm to see what artists from near and […]

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ARTREACH is a Key Component of Valley Art Center’s Mission

Connecting the community to visual arts Valley Art Center’s mission is to engage the Chagrin Valley in meaningful visual art experiences through education, exhibitions, events and partnerships. “Partnerships” points to a rapidly growing area of VAC’s activity through “ARTREACH.” Students from Chagrin Falls Schools manufactured artisan hand soaps to raise funds for a new art school opening in Haiti, the […]

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Valley Art Center honors Women’s History

Women’s Work: An Exhibition in Conjunction with Women’s History Month Celebrate Women’s History Month with Valley Art Center‘s powerful exhibition of art by women of the region. Women’s Work is guest-curated by Mary Urbas, Gallery Director at Lakeland Community College. The exhibiting artists include Lissa Bockrath, Kerri Gortz, Suzan Kraus, Samantha Meyers, Sandy Miller, Beth Nash, Betty Skufca and Jaymi […]

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Fall 2016 at Valley Art Center

En Plein Air Opening reception, Friday, September 9, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Valley Art Center’s fall exhibit features work created outdoors in direct observance of the subject. Join the artists on opening night and see the dynamic and arresting work they have painted and drawn from life out-of-doors. The exhibition drew submissions from artists who created work outside, anywhere in the […]

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Spring at Valley Art Center

Perspectives- A Collaboration between Seth Chwast and Herb Ascherman April 1- May 4 2016 A collaboration between internationally recognized Cleveland artists Seth Chwast and Herbert Ascherman, Perspectives was conceived as way to bring awareness to the abilities of those with Autism and other developmental disabilities. Society tends to see only disability when meeting someone with developmental differences, but the show conveys […]

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Valley Art Center Celebrates its Mural and the Elements, as Well as the Holidays

    Valley Art Center’s Mural Celebration a Success! Valley Art Center’s Mural Celebration on September 27, 2015 marked a marvelous completion to a three-year process. 300 admirers of all ages gathered to hear artist Charles “Bud” Deihl describe his process and acknowledge those who supported the project. Using 10 gallons of paint and over twenty #2 paint brushes, Deihl […]

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Valley Art Center: Open to Interpretation

Open to Interpretation: Urban Culture Art Exhibit Opening Reception 6 – 8 pm Friday, September 4, 2015 Because Urban Culture has different meanings to different people, Valley Art Center is creating a platform: Open to Interpretation: Urban Culture Art Exhibit; a call for artists of any medium to. We think it’s a much needed conversation, and predict it will be […]

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