Artisans Corner Gallery is a gallery where local and regional Ohio artists display their work.
Artisans' Corner is the gem of Geauga County when it comes to an open venue for local artists to sell their work. The selection offers a multitude of outstanding artisans working in paint, glass, ceramics, woodcarving, and photography, just to name a few. Visit today and see for yourself.Visit Today!
Tuesday - Friday
10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Artisans' Corner Gallery had its official Grand Opening on September 2, 2016. Chuck and Barbara Gates, along with the help of their son Jeff and daughter Patty, made their vision a reality. The Gates family wanted to provide gallery space for local and regional Artists and Artisans to showcase their works. Already the number showcased exceeds seventy artists. Visit our 3500 square foot gallery with its open and spacious layout. You will find a variety of work including, but not limited to, original paintings, handmade jewelry, pottery, photography, custom picture framing, and woodworking. With many collections of handmade gifts, you will be sure to find something unique for that someone special in your life.
The gallery also offers a beautiful venue for art events and workshops. Art nights where you can explore your inner child and create art while enjoying the company of other art enthusiasts. From basic drawing to jewelry making we are excited to provide an inspiring and creative space to work.
2017 is going to be an exciting year for us with the bicentennial of Newbury Township. The gallery will be a focal point for special exhibits and art events. The "Art in the Center" Art Festival will take place August 19, 2107. It will feature art, fine craft, food, and music.
As longtime Geauga County residents, the Gates family invites you to become a friend of the gallery and help celebrate the arts, enjoy the beauty of the area, and support its local talent.
"Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life."
The gallery located at Newbury Center which is at the intersection of Kinsman Rd. (SR 87) And Auburn Rd. It is between Zeppe’s Tavern & Pizzeria and Subway.
Imagination is more important than knowledge - Albert Einstein