Upcoming Exhibitions & Artist Openings

  • A Century of Fashion by Pete Ballard - On view through 2017 in Butler North Americana Galleries A Century of Fashion by Pete Ballard is an exhibition of historically accurate women’s fashion costumes modeled on specific period fashions,  and reproduced from fashion plates of the era brought to life on Ballard’s dolls sculpted of papier mache.  These fashion dolls are part of a collection born […]
  • Butler North Americana Gallery, Carousels Americana & Folk Art - Sept 13, 2013 Through 2017. (Butler North Galleries) The new Bitonte Skywalk and Americana/Folk Art Galleries are now open to the public during regular museum hours. Admission to these newly renovated spaces is free, as is access to all Butler venues. On view are primitive paintings from the Colonial Era, carousel objects, carvings, ship models, […]
  • Kahn-Card-fnt Anointed Time: Sculpture and Ceremonial Objects – Tobi Kahn - March 19 – April 20, 2017 Meet-the Artist Opening Reception & Gallery Talk: March 19, 2017, 1-3 pm Open to the public with free admission Anointed Time:  Sculpture and Ceremonial Objects – Tobi Kahn is an exhibition of Kahn’s creative powers, fueled by his understanding of history and the belief systems that comprise it. His embrace […]
  • bird 2 Cliff McGinnis: The Bird as Theme in American Art - July 26 through 2017 (Balcony Gallery, Youngstown) Hubbard, Ohio-born Cliff McGinnis gained a regional reputation as a master carver. With hammer, chisel and other carving tools, McGinnis painstakingly sculpted exact representations of the birds of our region, adding accurate color to each piece. This exhibition is drawn from the J. D. “Bud” Williamson Collection, and […]
  • Eva Petric, LIEBE. lace assemblage installation, St. Stephan's Cathedral, Vienna, Austria
Photo Credit:  Andreas Scheiblecker Eva Petric: In Between Universes - Extended by popular demand through April 9, 2017 In this exhibition, Eva Petric creates an interplay of light and shadow by composing a  “lace assemblage” from found, donated, and inherited hand-made pieces of lace collected from all over the world, and combining them with sound and video projections.  It is her homage to the delicate […]
  • George Mauersberger, Success, pastel, 42" x 60" George Mauersberger: Pastel Drawings 1991- 2016 - March 5, 2017 – May 14, 2017 Meet-the-Artist Opening Reception & Gallery Talk March 5, 2017 1 – 3 pm. Open to the public with free admission The exhibition, George Mauersberger: Pastel Drawings 1991 – 2016 is a compilation of Mauersbergers realistic drawings depicting everyday items arranged in an extraordinary way. With their detailed rendering, […]
  • IMG_8822 Jarrett Hutton: Through an Artists Eyes - Regional Photography Jarrett Hutton: Through an Artists Eyes February 26 – May 14, 2017 Jarrett Hutton’s passion was creating art. With a gift for capturing the beauty and blessings of life in his eclectic art pieces. Hutton created a variety of collections that included paintings, drawings, photography, and wood burning. In 2006 is when Hutton […]
  • Photograph:  Maggie Mieners, Truths, 26 3/16" x 30 9/16" x 1 1/2" Maggie Meiners: Revisiting Rockwell - Maggie Meiners:  Revisiting Rockwell December 18, 2016- February 26, 2017 In this exhibition, Maggie Meiners was inspired by Norman Rockwell’s cover illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post. It has been discovered that Rockwell staged photographs either shot by himself or by an assistant, then used the photograph as a template for the final project.  Meiners […]
  • Maj. Amos Randall Sr., Amos, 1952, lead pencil on paper Maj. Amos Randall, Sr.: Love You Greatly - Maj. Amos Randall, Sr.: Love You Greatly February 5- March 5, 2017 In this exhibition, retired Artillery and Missile officer, Maj. Amos Randall Sr. brings us a collection of artwork including many spectacular portraits, using a variety of mediums such as pencil, conte stick, and charcoal. During Randall Sr.’s life, he forged an incredible education […]
  • medieval-to-metal-2 Medieval to Metal: The Art & Evolution of the Guitar - Medieval to Metal:  The Art & Evolution of the Guitar January 22 – April 16, 2017 “Medieval To Metal: The Art & Evolution Of The GUITAR”  is a touring exhibition that explores the artistic evolution of the world’s most popular instrument.  It features 40 instruments spanning centuries of craftsmanship and design from around the world, ranging from […]
  • Homer Card Web Image Winslow Homer: From Poetry to Fiction – The Engraved Works - Winslow Homer:  From Poetry to Fiction – The Engraved Works January 22 – March 19, 2017 at The Butler Trumbull Branch in Howland Township Winslow Homer From Poetry to Fiction – The Engraved Works is an exhibition comprised of Homer’s early engravings with never before exhibited or published vintage photographs, all related to Homer’s post-war […]