Local and unique images


Looking At The Old Chicken Coop by Alec Casto

The Art Junction presents a great opportunity for you to see local and unique images of the greater North Central Ohio community of Willard.  With the holiday season approaching this exhibition allows you the opportunity to own a piece of  unique and local art that is one of a kind!  Take the time this weekend to stop by and see a wonderful exhibition that you can be a part of.

Fading Into The Past by Jim Funk

This photography exhibition, Willard, Ohio…Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow continues this Friday and Saturday evening from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. at the Art Junction.  This is a great opportunity to view the images of ten area photographers.  Come and experience the Willard area through new eyes, exploring the Firelands as you may not have seen them before, from traditional to digital and manipulated photographic images.  Sharing and exploring the beauty of your community awakens your senses to the environment we live in which most of us take for granted.  Come view this exciting new exhibition!

Regular Gallery Hours:

Fridays & Saturdays October 13 – November 10, 2012 4:30 -7:00 p.m.

The Art Junction is located at 2634 Prairie Street New Haven, OH.

Next to the New Haven United Methodist Church

Matthew Ramsey, Photographer, juried this exhibit.  Ramsey states, “The photography in this exhibit is very strong and gives the viewer a unique and wonderful view of the area that most casual viewers would not see.  This exhibit is a must see!”


The Art Junction is a community-based art education program designed to bring gallery space, local art exhibitions, lessons and creative opportunities to the Willard area for adults, teens, seniors, and children to learn to create together a better community! For more information on this or future programs at The Art Junction contact Kevin Casto M.A., Director, at 419-935-3404, email theartjuction@yahoo.com or visit our blog https://theartjunctionwillardohio.wordpress.com


  1. This old chicken coop seems to be on the property with a very old brick house in New Haven; is this so ? The Armitage home is in the background, if I am correct about this photo, and the maples to the right were planted by me in 1973. I still pass through New Haven every few years and remember it well.

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