Groveport Town Hall Art Gallery
648 Main Street, Groveport 43125 (614) 836-3333
July Exhibit: Unseen Treasures
A lamp from the elegant Elmont Hotel. A railroad depot bench where travelers once rested. Wine glasses from the courts of Europe. A Cruiserette uniform. A trilobite.
These are just a few of the variety of items on display in July at Groveport Town Hall, 648 Main Street, as part of the Groveport Heritage Museum’s "Unseen Treasures" exhibit.
The exhibit features artifacts not normally on display at the museum and range from the prehistoric times to school days, from every day items to delicate pieces of special occasions. The exhibit is curated by Rick Palsgrove, Groveport Historian.
August Exhibit: Where the Buffalo Roam
Experience the wonders of the American Southwest through the lens of photographer Marty Laney's camera.
The Groveport Town Hall Art Gallery is located on the first floor of Groveport Town Hall, located in the downtown historic district. It shares the first floor exhibition space with the Groveport Heritage Museum and the Groveport Cultural Arts Center.
Area professional and amateur artists regularly display works of art and interesting collections, with exhibitions changing monthly. Recent exhibitions have included paintings and photographs, antique glassware, Victorian children's toys, vintage trains and Erector sets, woodcarver crafts, and four exhibits from The Smithsonian Institution.
The gallery is open free of charge Monday - Saturday from 9 am - 8 pm and Sunday from noon to 6 pm.
Exhibits of interesting collections, as well as works by area artists and crafts persons, are always sought. Sales are permitted. Displays are for a one month period. Many artists/collectors present an educational program in conjunction with the exhibit.