Artists of all ages from Canada and Ohio will exhibit art interpreting and relating to the War of 1812, the Battle of Lake Erie and its commemoration, from June 3 through Septemeber 13 at the James Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus, OH.
The exhibit, in the office building’s expansive gallery, will also commemorate 200 years of peace between the United States and Canada.
Artists will exhibit work in a variety of media, and the exhibit will include a collection of photographs recording the 1913 Centennial Celebration at Put-in-Bay.
An Opening Reception will be held on June 6, from 5 pm to 8 pm at the Rhodes Tower. The James Rhodes Office Towner is located on Broad Street, across from the Statehouse.