Groveport Town Hall Art Gallery
648 Main Street, Groveport 43125 (614) 836-3333
August Art Gallery
Steven has been an artist all of his life. His work has progressed through years of intense study of classical methods and modern techniques into a craft that can be molded to fit any application. Steven's main disciplines are oil classical oil painting in the style of post Pre Raphaelite realism and design that is inclusive of drawing and architecture.
He taught oil painting, portraiture and architectural design at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio. (1999-2004). In the 1980’s he worked for a sign company in Groveport, Ohio as a designer, painter and fabricator. Steven has produced countless architectural drawings and plans for architectural firms and engineering firms and have worked on design teams. He believes these experiences have greatly enhanced my understanding of the ways in which art can enhance and complement a structure.
Steven has been commissioned to paint on many varying surfaces other than canvas and linen. He finds canvas and linen to be very archival materials that last for centuries in environments protected from the elements, however, He has been fortunate to have been commissioned to paint on metals and do murals on primed and / or painted drywall.
Many of his commissions and sales have been oil paintings, designs and portraits, but his vast experience and background lend his talents and abilities to be tailored to any situation.
As a child, he was fascinated by the intense study and accomplishment of Leonardo Da Vinci. As an adult, he is captivated by the challenge and opportunity to continue that path in my work.
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 - Friday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm, Saturday 11:00 am - 7:00 pm and Sunday from noon to 6:00 pm. However, if there are no activities taking place in the evening at Town Hall the building will close at 7:00 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. Please let us know if you are interested in displaying your art in the Town Hall Gallery.