Family Fun Day Art Class


Calling All Artists Grades 1 and up
and their families to the
Ahh Gallery
Downtown Louisville
$5.00 per Child
Ages 6-17

$10.00 per Adult
Ages 18 and up
All supplies provided


 All proceeds benefit the Louisville Ahh Art Gallery

September 21st

Louisville art

&

History gallery

Ahh Gallery


History of Star Mills

Presented by Rhonda Dahlheimer


When: Tuesday, September 10th 7:00pm

Where: Art & History Gallery (Ahh Gallery)

             120 East Main St., Louisville, OH

FREE - Open to Public




Any & All Donations Appreciated!

Upcoming History Program

at The louisville art & history gallery, we strive to inspire, educate, and connect our community through displaying modern day art from local artists alongside local history 

Come check out our exhibits, sit in on one of our free history programs, or sign up for one of our art classes!

A Project of

The Louisville-Nimishillen Historical Society

TICKETS and INFORMATION


A creative interactive experience for 2-6 people that allows you and your friends to experience the fun of an escape room at a reasonable price. This is not a traditional escape room so prepare to be immersed in a time-traveling escape adventure. You will have 1 hr. 30 minutes to complete the quest,
You will be able to select your Escape experience from several selections at the time of reservation. Donation is $30 to reserve the space


Reserve tickets



NEW - Escape the Museum

Third Saturday of Every Month!

​​​​​​​Current Exhibit

Featuring Local Artists:

"Fall Show" 


​​Meet the Artist on Thursday, September 19, from 5-8pm.  The Art and History Gallery (The Ahh Gallery) at 120 East Main Street in Downtown Louisville, Ohio will be our “Fall Show” featuring paintings by Wanda Montgomery, a local artist new to the Louisville gallery. Wanda is an award-winning artist who for many years painted in watercolors then broadened her horizons to include use of different paints, mediums and tools after her studies at Kent State University and Malone University. Light is an important part of her work as she uses it to establish mood, rhythm, mystery of movement and as a means of expression, yet leaving much to the viewers imagination.

The show also features work by returning North Canton artist Irene Tobias Rodriquez. Irene was born in Cleveland and graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Art Education, and taught art for many years in public schools of Jefferson, Mentor and Middlefield. She has also taught at the Canton Museum of Art and the North Canton Public Library. She has worked with a variety of media focusing mainly on acrylic paints and art quilts covering various subjects. Her work has won numerous awards.

Louisville artist Cathy Grunder will be showing some of her fall creations. Cathy is a Louisville native graduating from Louisville High School. She refers to herself as a self-taught “wannabe” artist who has been married to her high school sweetheart for 57 years having two children, four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Cathy has worked in the visual merchandising departments of O’Neil’s and May Co. and has been a floral designer.

There will be additional pieces from Carl "Rick" Silvey and Tom Kilpatrick.

As is our custom, the Ahh Gallery will, again, be displaying some of the artwork of the Louisville Middle School students. Other artwork on display will include some artists from previous shows, including Ken Kirkland, Barbara Taylor Aiken, Mike Criswell, Kris Marshall, Abi Yeagley, Jeff Hoffman, Susan Nolt Banks, Kimberly Gurski, Russ Hench, Glenn Heiller, Hannelore Brown, Tracey Phillips, Rosemary Hayne, Carolyn Caskey, James Bennet, Sara Horvath, Linda Christman, Jon Wilson,  Jane Heater, Dick Pratt, Dee Vitello and others.

The opening will include live music, light refreshments, and a chance to meet the artists.