Art Exhibits

Main Art-ery curates rotating public art exhibits featuring local artists at the Perrysburg Municipal Building. Exhibit hours are Monday-Friday 8:30am – 4:30 pm at 201 W. Indiana Ave.

For more information about participating in the City of Perrysburg Public Art Program, contact Exhibits run for 6 weeks and feature local artists of all kinds.


Dorothy Clarke Solo Exhibit

Twenty five paintings by the late Dorothy Clark (1905-1986) have been brought together from private collections throughout the region for a special tribute exhibition of the beloved artist.  The exhibit is on display September 1 – October 15 in the Perrysburg Municipal Building 201 West Indiana Avenue.  Viewing hours are 8am-4:30pm Monday -Friday. Dorothy Clarke was a popular…

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Shear Sensations: a solo exhibit by Claire Wilson runs March 1- April 15, 2014

Claire Wilson began painting seriously at the age of 40.   Throughout her 35 year career as a Toledo artist Claire has become a recognized watercolor collage artist maintaining a steady representation in area galleries, a presence in regional and national exhibits, as well active memberships in numerous local and regional art clubs and organizations.   Her most recent recognitions include the Best of…

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Larry Golba Solo Exhibit

A solo exhibit of plein air paintings by artist Larry Golba is on display through February 16 in the Perrysburg Municipal Building, 201 W. Indiana Ave.  Curated by Main Art-ery this exhibit features 25 beautifully executed landscape paintings that warm up the  Municipal Building walls and take viewers to places that are void…

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Etched in Salt – The Etchings of Craig Fisher

Craig Fisher’s solo exhibit features his recent work of salt etchings . The exhibit runs through October 15 in the Perrysburg Municipal Building located at 201 W. Indiana. Viewing hours are Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm. Craig Fisher Exhibit – Download Poster Fisher’s images are complex and detailed. They reflect Craig’s fascination with…

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