Learn more about past, present and future exhibition at the Edward A. Dixon Gallery.

Get a chance to meet California artist and Dayton native, Juko at the gallery in June and see a collection of her amazing new artwork that are a conversation between traditional and technological media. Juko also recently exhibited at Artexpo New York with the gallery in April and will be exhibiting at our gallery in Downtown Dayton until July 14th.

There will be two Artist Receptions held for the contemporary artist. The first reception will be on Friday, June 7th from 6pm-8pm. The second will be on Saturday, June 8th from 1pm-5pm. The art exhibition runs June 7th - July 14th.

Light refreshments provided. Free street parking available.



Read about it in the Dayton Daily News (click here)

If you missed the Artist Reception on First Friday at the Edward A. Dixon Gallery you check out a YouTube video of the Dayton Dance Initiative's performance below. 10% of sales from Marilynn Page's art exhibition will go to the organization.

The exhibition will remain on view through June 2nd.
Check the gallery's website for hours.



Call for Entry opens January 24, 2024.  View past artwork at www.weredoingitallwrong.com.



University of Dayton art history major Victoria Brey curated this pop-up exhibition November 10-12 at the Edward A. Dixon Gallery. “Common Threads” and will feature textile and fiber art from local Ohio artists.  The three-day exhibition explores shared elements of humanity that unite people across places and cultures, focusing on themes of spirituality, home, kinship, humanity’s relationship to nature, and interpersonal connection. Artists include Andrea Walker-Cummings, Suzi Hyden, Jeanne Rusnak Fehskens, Cynthia Catlin, Bailey Ryan Hammond, Pam Geisel, Cathy Jeffers, Susanne Conyers, Darden Bradshaw, and Allison Parrish-Tinkle.


The We're Doing It ALL Wrong® - 3rd Annual Art Exhibition will open as a two month long exhibition beginning August 3, 2023. Planned by the Edward A. Dixon Gallery, the juried exhibition is a challenge to artists and viewers to recognize, react and learn about the many ways humanity continually fails itself.  These issues are not always mainstream and sometimes are hidden.  Artwork from the prior exhibitions touched on topics such as the environment & climate change, dependence on technology, social injustice, Native American women disappearances, homelessness, gaslighting and the suffering caused by avocado farming in Mexico.  Artists are encouraged to submit work that captures or is a comment on a tradition, a system, a practice, an institution or anything they see that needs repair or removal that has existed in this state for far too long.  View the online version of the previous exhibition at weredoingitallwrong.com.


Cynthia Kukla’s Separating the Earth from the Heavens was the first solo art exhibition presented at the Edward A. Dixon Gallery’s new space on St. Clair Street in Downtown Dayton.

In this carefully curated body of Cynthia’s artwork, she folds ancient, diasporic histories into contemporary painting spaces using experimental color combinations and layered references drawn from ancient history. She carefully weaves into this pantheon of figures and ruins subtle references to contemporary political events.  On viewing some of her color tableaux in pinks, golds and Aegean blues, we are transported back to the ancient Mediterranean from where she selects most of her imagery. Other paintings deploy eye-popping contemporary color combinations; some of her goddesses and ruins are silhouetted against ‘very-now’ hot pink or saturated yellow skies.


“Trash Talk” Exhibition at Edward A. Dixon Gallery: We Are Our Own Invasive Species

Be it through toxic news and politics or the mountains of trash in landfills and oceans, trash and trash talk have become threats to our collective future. In a new exhibit at Edward A. Dixon Gallery called “Trash Talk,” artists Paul Kroner and Devan Horton, shine a light on trash and its literal and metaphorical implications, as well as raise money for local organizations.  The exhibit was on view from March 3-25, 2023.