The Way Gallery, located on the lower level of Way Library, is an easily accessible public venue that is open during regular library hours. Way Library presents exhibits and displays of paintings, photography, sculpture, and other art works throughout the year with the purpose of providing educational and cultural enrichment.

The gallery is curated by a volunteer group of accomplished artists: Amy Fell, Sharon Johnson; and Way Library liaison, Alyssa Bullock.

Current Exhibit

Student Art Exhibition
March 12, 2022 – May 17, 2022

Perrysburg Junior High School is thrilled to share an exhibition of more than 60 pieces of 7th and 8th grade student artwork after a long COVID-induced hiatus! Students from the art classes of Maura Amato and Virginia Vasey will be on display at the Way Public Library from Saturday, March 12 to Tuesday, May 17 in the downstairs gallery during business hours. Items on display include ebony pencil drawings, drypoint etchings, watercolor paintings, reduction prints, and colored pencil drawings.

Upcoming Exhibits

The Country Garden Club Flower Exhibition
June 2, 2022 – June 28, 2022

Pandemic Reflections: Creativity and COVID
July 2, 2022 – August 28, 2022

Did you use your time in isolation to create art or learn a new creative hobby? Consider displaying your work at the library during our summer invitational exhibit “Pandemic Reflections: Creativity and COVID”. Share with us what you created to help you cope during a time of uncertainty!

EXHIBIT APPLICATION HERE or pick it up in the library.

This application is due when you drop off your work between June 19 - 25. All 2-D works should be framed or have wire on the back for easy hanging. The gallery has display cases perfect for 3-D art. Contact Alyssa Bullock with any questions: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.