Visit the ARTery Gallery during March

last updated 02/25/2023
Visit the ARTery Gallery during March

The Artery's Member Artist of the Month-Bonnie Kuntz,a versatile nature Painter.Sarah Wrona-Visiting Artist of the month,a multitalented glass, jewelry and sculpture artist,large gallery!

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Address: 1001 E. Second Street, Dayton, OH 45402 [Map/directions]
Event has passed (Sun, Mar 19 2023)
* this page may be updated if event is repeated in the future *
Cost: FREE

ARTery Gallery March News

ARTery Gallery March News

The ARTery is a large Co-Op Gallery located in the Frontstreet Building #100 in downtown Dayton. They are excited to announce Bonnie Kuntz is their Highlighted Member Artist of the Month for March.  Kuntz is a painter at the ARTery Gallery who uses a variety of mediums to capture her images including watercolor, acrylics, mixed media, and occasionally pastels.  The Gallery’s Visiting Artist of the Month is Sarah Wrona who is no stranger to Front Street having her own studio located in building 200 called the Glass Station. Wrona is not only a multi-talented artist who works in glass and alcohol inks, but she also creates jewelry, welded metal sculptures, found object sculptures and crocheted items. Sarah will have a selection of her fused glass dishes, jewelry, and crocheted scarves on display and for sale at the gallery this month.  Come meet both artists and see their finely executed body of work 1st Friday, March 3rd from 5-9pm, or 3rd Sunday, March 19th from 12-4pm.

Bonnie Kuntz is an accomplished artist who also enjoys teaching painting classes at both the Rosewood Arts Center and the Miamisburg Community Center – in conjunction with Sinclair Community College.  Kuntz’ work is not only on display at The Artery Gallery, but her work is accepted into a variety of local juried shows throughout the year.  The artist is very active in the Miami Valley’s art community, The Contemporary, the Women’s Tri Art Society, and others who help promote art and artists in the area.

Years of raising horses have provided Kuntz with a common subject in many of her works, and her deep love for all animals, flowers and landscapes become the subject of most of her paintings.  The artist has enjoyed a successful artistic career over the years having won many awards in juried art shows. And, when not painting, the artist keeps herself strong and healthy pursuing her interest in eastern practices such as teaching Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Lel Qigong. She has a brown belt in Astarte Kempo Karate and is also a Healing Touch Practitioner and has completed a 30-month Shaman apprenticeship program.

The Co-Op ARTery Gallery currently has 16 Artists and Artisans with work on display including Watercolor, Acrylic, and Oil Painting, Encaustic, Fine Art Photography, Photography, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Ceramics, Custom Jewelry, Hand Made Textiles and Sculpture with styles ranging from traditional to Contemporary.  This talented group of artists share a large gallery space located in the Front Street Building in downtown Dayton, Door B-C, on the 3rd floor.  The Gallery is Open each Month 1st Friday 5 - 9 pm & 3rd Sunday, 12 - 4 pm.  Please follow us on Facebook for changes to our regular Open times as well as Special Holiday days, hours, and extra events throughout the year – The ARTery at Front Street.

*Current ARTery Artists include:  Fabienne Bee, Alison Bour, Rosalie Campbell, Samantha Farkas, Bob Farley, Charlene Fox, Jim Hayes, Mikee Huber, Bonnie Kuntz, Sarah Maxwell, Melanie Morrett, Ashley Simons, Ryan Taylor, Jo Anne Vincent, Leonard Williams, and David Zawisa.

The ARTery at Front Street

Visit the ARTery Gallery during March is taking place at The ARTery at Front Street, which is located at 1001 E. Second Street in Dayton. The ARTery at Front Street - The ARTery is a CO-OP Art Gallery with 16 talented and fun loving artists and artisans. Painting, photography, pottery, weaving, wood, EcoPrinting and jewelry.
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