The jury process for the 2023 show has been set for September 27th and 28th 2022. If you are interested in being considered for participation in our 2023 show please complete this application. Applications must be received by August 26, 2022.
We are so pleased to be able to present a portion of our art show to you on-line. While we know viewing these amazing pieces in an online version is not the same as walking through the glorious village of Yellow Springs and heading into our galleries when they are chocked full of beautiful artwork. The works available on this gallery represent nearly every artist in the show and are those works that are also highlighted in the 2022 Yellow Springs Catalog. We hope that this gives you a taste of what those artists showing at HYS has to offer and that you will get the chance to visit the show in person to see more of their collections available.
The entire art show committee, the staff, and board members of HYS and I can’t thank you enough for your continued support of the village of Historic Yellow Springs.
A quote from Pablo Picasso recently came to my attention:
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life...”
I think we can all agree that our everyday lives have gathered a lot of dust over these past challenging years. My hope is that as you wander through this on-line gallery you are struck by the amazing artwork that has been curated for this year's show and that some of that "dust" begins to drop away. Enjoy! Hope to see you at our in-person show, as well!
Warm regards - Maureen Fendrick, Chair, Yellow Springs Art Show
DENISE SEDOR, and her painting FANNY KEMBLE, ABOLITIONIST, is our 2022 poster artist for the 2022 49th Yellow Springs Art Show. Denise competed with fellow artists at the Poster Competition and Exhibition in December 2021. Her work will be used to highlight the 2022 show in all facets of marketing and promotion including the 2022 catalogue. In addition, prints of the poster and notecards will be available for purchase at the show.
Denise’s poster is a portrait of the English actress Fanny Kemble (1809-1893) who was a feminist before that became a popular description of strong women who could have influence in the world. And she surely did, as she spoke out against slavery and published “A Residence on a Georgian Plantation” which is believed to have been influential in turning the tide of the Civil War.
Purchase Terms: Buyers will be required to pay Pennsylvania Sales Tax of 6% on the total price of any merchandise/artwork, at the time of payment.
35% of your purchase may be eligible for tax deduction as those dollars support Historic Yellow Springs, a 501c3 non-profit organization, with an EIN #231920704. (Please contact your tax professional for specifics of eligibility on your deductions).
Payment: Payments for this online gallery sale can only be made by calling (610)-827-7414 ext. 17 from 10-am to 4 pm daily during the show. If you do not have a credit card, please contact the office to see how you can write a check for your purchase. Checks must be made out to Historic Yellow Springs. If you should find something you like during off hours, please leave a message with your direct contact information and we will return your call the following morning.
Pick-Up: Purchases can be picked up at the Lincoln building anytime during gallery hours from 10 am – 4 pm during the show. Please bring your emailed receipt with you. If you need a piece shipped to you, we will see if that is possible. The cost of shipping and insurance will be extra.
Returns: If when you pick up your art purchased online, it is not what you had expected and you would like to return the art, those returns must be completed at time of pick up.
Copyright: All information, text, articles, data, images, or other materials provided by Historic Yellow Springs, Inc. either on our website, printed catalogue, and/or third-party website (such as Facebook) are the sole property of Historic Yellow Springs, Inc., and the artist.
You may not edit, modify and/or make use of such materials without the express, prior written consent of Historic Yellow Springs, Inc. or the artists directly. You may only use, download, and/or copy any materials for informational purposes.
The galleries in the Lincoln building will be open to the public from 10am-4pm daily, April 23rd – May 15th. Admission is free and reservations are not required.
Parking is available across the street from the Lincoln Building, in the field past the Chester Springs Studio and in the parking lot next to the Washington building and Chester Springs Library.
Mother’s Day, May 8th from 10-2
We are excited to continue our Art Around the Village outdoor event again this year. Bring a blanket and a picnic lunch and join us for a day of activities!
17 of our 2022 YSAS Artists will be painting En Plein Air around the village, a pottery and an alcohol ink demonstration will be in front of the Chester Springs Studio, where a kids’ and teen exhibit will be inside the studio.
A “History Walk” down Art School Road at 11 am and again at 1pm, live music on the Lincoln porch from Chris Lebresco, the Mother’s Day basket raffle will be on the second floor of the Lincoln building and the Le garage winery and Birchrunhill Farms Cheese will have their pop up wine and cheese shop in the village.
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
Gail & Steve Horri Fishman
Dr. Donald Rosato
Lentz, Cantor, Massey, Ltd.
Jim and Joan Moore
Tents and Events at 82 Rents
James Cochrane Inc-Realtor
FPA Wealth Management
Gawthrop Greenwood, PC
Ken and Moira Mumma
Pook & Pook
David and Amy Hessler
Bryan & Peggy O’Reilly
Vibrance Yoga Therapy
Re/max Professional Reality - Theresa Tarquinio
Delaware Valley Paving
Diamond Run Landscape
Signarama of Frazer