Updated December 4, 2017

American Frame Plans Employee Exhibition
American Frame will highlight its employees’ talents and creativity in the company’s annual employee exhibition through Friday, December 29 at American Frame Showroom and Gallery, 400 Tomahawk Dr., Maumee.
An opening reception will be held on Thursday, December 7 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Guests can view the artwork and meet the artists who created it. Light refreshments will be served.
The show is an important part of American Frame’s mission to support local artists, and gives customers the opportunity to see the talents of the people who assemble, pack and ship their American Frame orders.
“We employ many talented artists who work in a wide variety of mediums,” showroom manager Lindsey Harrison said. “We’re proud to host this annual employee show and present the beautiful art that they’ve been working on this year.”

Senior Art Exhibit Planned At Lourdes University
Lourdes University will offer a senior student art exhibition of works in the Canticle Center Gallery, 5335 Silica Dr., Sylvania. The exhibition runs through Friday, December 8, and is free and open to the public.
Featured artists include: Lydia Bugaj of Holland, Maya Dent of Delphi, Ind., and Allison Rausch of Swanton.
Exhibition hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to noon.
For more information, contact Erin Palmer Szavuly at (419) 824-3684 or e-mail eszavuly@lourdes.edu.

Visions Of Freedom Features Veterans’ Artwork
In celebration of Veterans Day, Way Public Library and Prizm Creative Community announce the opening of the Third Biennial Veterans’ Art Exhibit, called Visions of Freedom.
The exhibition will be on display in the downstairs gallery area during regular library hours through Friday, January 5.
A popular element returning to the exhibit this year will be the symbolic empty table/place-setting display, which provides a focal point of ceremonial remembrance of the fallen, missing or imprisoned military service members not in attendance at area Veterans Day observances or family gatherings, but who are not forgotten.

Benefit Exhibit Features Work Of Nathine Smith
The University of Toledo College of Arts and Letters School of Visual and Performing Arts will hold an exhibition of selected artwork created by local artist and UT Art alumna, Nathine G. Smith. The Benefit Exhibition for the Nathine G. Smith Fund for Artistic Achievement will be held on UT’s main campus in Sullivan Hall (first floor), through Friday, January 5 during regular business hours.
All pieces in the exhibit are available for sale. Smith has graciously offered to donate the proceeds to benefit the UT Department of Art and its students.
Pieces are mixed media on paper, collage, watercolor, pastel, colored pencil and graphite.
Nathine Smith and her husband Willard Smith, former University of Toledo vice president for business affairs, are longtime Toledo arts supporters. Together, through years of volunteerism and financial assistance, they have supported a wide range of Toledo-area arts and educational initiatives and institutions, including the Toledo Art Museum, Toledo Symphony, University of Toledo, area hospitals and the Rotary Club. In the continued spirit of support, Nathine Smith is offering a diverse selection of her artwork to benefit the educational goals of students in the art department of The University of Toledo.

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