Where to buy art in the suburbs of Columbus
Access to art in Bexley
One of the oldest suburban galleries is Bexley’s Art Access, which has its roots in an art consultancy company founded almost 30 years ago. Today, owner Barb Unverferth represents a wide range of artists from the area, from Darren Harper, known for his abstract works, to Joe Lombardo, whose scenes in central Ohio make him a home favorite. native. The artists’ distinct visions make the gallery one of the most diverse in the region.
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Hayley Gallery in New Albany
Founded in 2007, The Hayley Gallery in New Albany is part of a burgeoning cultural scene in the suburbs. Tucked inside a building on Market Street, the gallery is a great place to stop by after seeing an exhibit at the McCoy Center or spending an afternoon at the public library. Owner Hayley Deeter shines the spotlight on Ohio artists whose mediums vary from canvas to sculpture and whose styles encompass everything from the serene landscapes of Todd Buschur to the whimsical fashion-inspired paintings of Mary Burkhardt. The gallery also offers framing services and sells jewelry.
Highline Coffee Art Space in Worthington
Highline Coffee art space wins least anticipated gallery location in central Ohio: the art space consists of a few walls and a window inside Highline Worthington Coffee Co. The gallery’s footprint may be minimal, but founding director Don Scott and current director Rebecca Burdock have kept the gallery filled with the work of talented and imaginative artists that you can contemplate as you order your cup of coffee.
Living beyond the city limits:A guide to the suburbs of Columbus
This story is from the December 2021 issue of Columbus monthly.