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Call For Entry: 6th annual Art Ed: An Art Educators’ Exhibition

Held annually since 2011, Art Ed is dedicated to celebrating the artwork created by the region’s art educators. For details and entry form, click here.



NEW! Art Start Preschool Storytime

3rd Monday monthly at 11:30am

Foster an early love of art with storytime at Rosewood Gallery! Parents and children ages 3-6 are invited to enjoy one to four stories followed by a hands-on craft led by a Rosewood instructor. Free and open to the public!


Join Rosewood Gallery and Dayton Metro Libraries in a lively discussion about a current book featuring art and/or artists as central elements. Enjoy light refreshments and the company of fellow art and book lovers at our quarterly events. Free and open to the public, ages 16+.

Quarterly. Next meeting: Monday, October 17, 6:30pm

October topic: Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland. Copies available to check out from Dayton Metro Libraries Wilmington-Stroop branch, beginning September 1!

Yoga in the Gallery

Fridays through December 16,* Noon – 1pm

Join us at Rosewood Gallery for an open level yoga class. This class is of a gentler nature, with the breath being the center of the practice. Class is open to all levels of yoga practitioners. Please bring personal props. Fee: $5 resident; $10 non-resident Instructor: Robyn Moore, RYT 200

*No class August 26, October 14, November 25.

Art Lunch

2nd and 4th Thursdays, Noon – 1pm

Meet with fellow artists and art lovers for a casual lunch get together. Share current projects, collected works or art stories. Bring a lunch and your love of art! FREE!



Terry Glass, Route 66: An Artistic Journey

October 17 – November 18, 2016

Reception: Thursday, October 20, 6 – 8pm


Terry Glass, Route 66 Diner Stools, 2011, photograph, 16 x 20 in.

Photographer Terry Glass of Tipp City is exhibiting a series of photographs entitled Route 66: An Artistic Journey. Inspired by The Mother Road, a book by Michael Wallis, Glass made this body of work during two separate trips to the iconic former highway in 2011 and 2012.

“After the road was decommissioned as a Federal Highway in 1985, there developed an interest by many in the nostalgic aspect of ‘the Main Street of America.’ This gave me the idea of travelling all 2448 miles and documenting some of the famous places enjoyed by so many people over the years,” Glass said, regarding his interest in the project. “By averaging 100 miles a day this allowed myself to enjoy the history, talk to people, and photograph.”

Having retired from a career in engineering, sales, and marketing communications in the electric motor industry, Glass now pursues his life-long interest in photography for leisure. He works primarily in black and white and alternative processes.


Stephen Goettsch, Beyond Tradition: The Art of Nantucket Baskets

October 17 – November 18, 2016

Reception: Thursday, October 20, 6 – 8pm


Stephen Goettsch, Twilight’s Gentle Embrace, bronze and Brazilian rosewood bayberry and ziricote inlay on sycamore woven lid basket.

Sculptor Stephen Goettsch of Hamilton will exhibit a collection of hand-woven baskets in an exhibition entitled Beyond Tradition: The Art of Nantucket Baskets. Goettsch incorporates various metal and ceramic mediums and sculpting techniques into the very traditional Nantucket basket weaving methods to achieve his singular style.

“One of the things I try to do is help people see the beauty of wood,” Goettsch says of his work. “I work to bring out the beauty that is in these woods whether plain or exotic, while changing them as little as possible.”


Art Ed: An Art Educators’ Exhibition 2016

November 28 – December 30, 2016

Reception: Saturday, December 3, 11am-3pm, in conjunction with A Rosewood Holiday Arts Festival.

Held annually since 2011, Art Ed is dedicated to celebrating the artwork created by the region’s art educators. For details and entry form, click here.