Ashland shop boasts a diverse collection of regional art

Story Dawn Nolan | Photography Rachael Layne

In 2007, Christy Harris made a life change. She had been a nursing assistant for a number of years, but after her husband was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2006, she left the field.

“I was not able to continue doing that [nursing], but I needed to find a way to make money and provide for my family [Harris, who is originally from Grayson but has lived in Ashland since she got married in 2005, is also the mother of 12 children — nine of whom were adopted from foster care],” she said. “So, I started making crafts. I’ve always done and had an interest in art.”

A talented painter, Harris began creating wood signs and door hangers. She used Facebook as her primary method of advertising, and her work became very popular

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This image, called "The Field," by Mason Snyder of Edison Middle School, was part of the 2021 student art show at The Massillon Museum. The piece was an oil pastel.

Every year, the Massillon Museum’s Aultman Health Foundation Gallery bursts with color and imagination when student artwork from western Stark County schools is displayed. Celebration in Art will open at 2 p.m. Sunday with a reception for young artists from 23 public and parochial schools. The event is free and open to everyone; reservations are not necessary.

Highlights

Schools that have submitted nearly 240 two- and three-dimensional artworks are: Amherst Elementary, Edison Middle School, Fairless Elementary, Fairless High School, Fairless Middle School, Franklin Elementary, Genoa Elementary, Jackson High School, Jackson Memorial Middle School, Lake Cable Elementary, Lohr Elementary, Massillon Intermediate School and Junior High, Massillon Washington High School, Northwest High School, Perry High School, Pfeiffer Intermediate, St. Mary School, Sauder Elementary, Strausser Elementary, TC Knapp Elementary, Tuslaw Elementary, Tuslaw High School and Tuslaw Middle School.

A concurrent reception also is planned for photographers from Stark, Summit, Medina and Portage counties

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NEW SMYRNA BEACH — Unusually cold weather and forecasts of strong wind gusts forced the organizers of the 46th annual IMAGES Art Festival here to delay the event’s opening by two hours on Saturday morning.

The IMAGES Art Festival in downtown New Smyrna Beach finally opened at 11 a.m. and is scheduled to run through 5 p.m. on Saturday. Nance Koch, the event’s coordinator, said she expects to be able to open on time Sunday when the final day of the three-day festival is set to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“Only one time in my 15 years (as coordinator) we had to close one day because of rain, but no, we’ve never delayed it before,” she said. “Today is very cold.”

The temperature in downtown New Smyrna Beach at 9 a.m. was 43 degrees, but the wind gusts made it feel like it was in the

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