2017 SUMMER ART EXHIBIT

“Harmony in Art” Exhibit will display in two locations!  This summer, the Arts Council is pleased to present Harmony in Art, a visual art exhibit.   This collaborative exhibit features artwork by Brunswick City Schools art teachers and their students, and will be on display in the Medina Library’s B. Smith Gallery through July 15.  The B. Smith Gallery is located on the third floor of the Medina Library, 210 Broadway in Medina.  Art may be viewed during regular library hours.

“Harmony in Art” Travels to the  Brunswick Library!  A second chance to view the terrific work of the Brunswick City Schools art teachers and students!  On display in the Brunswick Library July 24 through August 6.   Art may be viewed during regular library hours.

Kelly Harrison is exhibit coordinator.

• June 19 through July 15 at the Medina Library's B. Smith Gallery, 210 S. Broadway, Medina, OH

• July 24 through August 6 at the Brunswick Library, 3649 Center Road, Brunswick, OH


The Arts Council presented two art exhibits in conjunction with our 2016 Arts Week Festival.  Both were on view at the Medina County Library's B. Smith Gallery in June and July.

This was the second year for Beyond the Classroom, an exhibit to showcase the work of visual art teachers from Medina County public and private schools.  Participating teachers are Kelly Harrison (Willetts Middle School, Brunswick), Carolee Gormley (Eliza Northrup Elementary, Medina) and Renee Kennedy (Claggett Middle School).  Also exhibiting were two of Mrs. Harrison's students- Briana and Ian. 

Our second exhibit was 'scapes: A Sense of Place.  Participating artists were Cindy Allman, Lee Beuther, Donna Crane, David R. Fawcett, and Linda Kenski.


During the summer of 2015, the Arts Council sponsored the first Beyond the Classroom art exhibit showcasing the personal work of the Medina County teachers who develop the creativity of our local young artists.  The artwork was displayed in the beautiful third floor gallery of the Medina Library.  A second exhibit, featuring the marvelous black & white photography of Bill Beuther, was also on display in the third floor gallery.