Joye Tilton

Joye Tilton loved the beauty in the world. She painted the last ten years of her life until the age of 91. This is the 5th Annual “Joye of Spring Show” featuring Studio Artists mentored by David Myers along with the Artists of Parkside Village where Joye thrived as an Artist. Enjoy these gifted Artists as they share their work …

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Inspired by Joye Tilton, The 5th Annual Joye of Spring will feature the art of our Studio Artists and the Parkside Village Artists. The exhibit will be online only this …

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We have collaborated in the creative journey of hundreds of art collectors and artists since we opened the gallery February 1, 2002 in the Old Westerville Hotel. Creating and providing …

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Creating your own work is one thing, sharing your work with others is another. These artists have incredibly unique experiences and wisdom. Their willingness to express themselves and share their …

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Celebrating the first 4th Friday of the Season, we will host the 4th Annual “The Joy of Spring!” this Friday, April 26th, 6:00-9:00pm. Studio Artists, Parkside Village Artists as well …

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– One more week to see the annual Joy of Spring Exhibit!  Studio Artists and Parkside Village artists’ work is featured in this exhibit celebrating Spring! Gallery hours

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Inspired by Joye Tilton’s love for Spring, the 3rd Annual “The Joy of Spring” opens April 27 featuring the works of the Studio Artists as well as the Parkside Village …

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Inspired by Joye Tilton’s love for Spring, the 2nd Annual “Joy of Spring” opens April 28 featuring the works of Joye Tilton and studio artists Missy Fast, Marty Tucker, Brian Morrissey, …

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It began in 2010, when Joye Tilton and her daughter Claudia Cook invited Massillon & Cherish to perform in their Christmas Program at The Sterling House.  Annually, for the 7th year they have performed …

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Joye Tilton 1923-2015 On September 7, 2005, I went to see Joye, an 81 year old woman whom I had every intention to teach art…drawing, painting etc.  Joye was wheelchair …

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