The exhibit runs June 1st through June 27th in the Map Room.
The work of a group of Chillicothe Artists are on display at the Ohio State House now. "pARTners" have installed an exhibit entitled "Chillicothe: a Crossroads."
Designed to showcase Ohio’s first capital, the exhibit combines fine art and historical fact. It emphasizes the unique character of one of the Midwest’s earliest settlements, first by American Indians...then by people of other races.
The "pARTners" are...pastel artist Mary Barbara Finegan-Harsha...book artist Maryjo Flamm-Miller...sculptor Dawn Zarbakhsh...and painter Polly Campbell Boles...with calligraphy contributed by historian Kevin Coleman.
The exhibit runs June 1st through June 27th in the Map Room, a welcoming space used by most visitors to the Statehouse, including school groups....open Monday-Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday-Sunday 11am to 5pm.