Stories tagged with: Artists

December 12, 2013 - 6:50pm
29 weeks 6 days ago

The Y-Bridge Arts Festival is about nine months away, but planning has already begun.

The 2014 festival will be held at Zane's Landing. Co-director of the festival, Linda Regula, created the festival back in 2009. For the first three years it was held on the Y-Bridge, then in 2012 it was held at Zane's Landing and this past August, it was held at Colony Square Mall. Although the festival won't be on the bridge itself, Regula says she's happy it's back downtown.

"Well there's...

December 5, 2013 - 6:17pm
30 weeks 6 days ago

Zanesville's art community is having an art walk Friday night.

The art walk will start at 5 o'clock Friday evening at the Z.A.A.P. Art Gallery located on Main Street in downtown Zanesville. Local artist and Z.A.A.P. member, Gary Graham, says people can expect to meet the artists and see a variety of winter-themed artwork.

"What they can expect by going around to different galleries and studios is you'll see local artwork, original artwork in all mediums and prints, note...

August 1, 2013 - 3:36pm
48 weeks 6 days ago

The Plein Air Group will be honored by the Z.A.A.P. Art Gallery and featured in the gallery for the entire month of August.

"Plein air means painting outside, being outside," said Susan Stubbins, VP of Z.A.A.P. Art Gallery. "And every two weeks, there have been a group of artists that have met and gotten together outside and painted.

The group meets every other Thursday spending their mornings painting and drawing around town and stopping by places like the Lorena...

July 3, 2013 - 3:36pm
1 year 6 days ago

Mark Englehart is self taught and specializes in photo restoration at the Camera Shop in Zanesville. His work was most recently shown at the John McIntire Library with his restored photos of the historic 1913 Flood.

"Most of them are all old, but we have some new ones. We got different aerials. We have a comparison here from the 50's to a recent aerial to show the difference in the downtown area," said Englehart.

Englehart is a third generation owner of the Camera Shop...

August 7, 2010 - 8:49pm
3 years 48 weeks ago

Zanesville's Y-Bridge Arts Festival gives local residents an opportunity to come and to experience a unique cultural outlet, but it also provides many benefits to the workers at each of the 70 booths.

"I get a lot of work from here from the people in the area. So, I just bring one chair, talk about it, and get a lot of consignments for that, " say sisters Barb White and Ann Cornell.

"There's been great exposure for the art that I do. My photography, it's been great...

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