A showcase of art on the Hilltop

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
Art lovers throughout the central Ohio region came out to the westside on Jan. 4 to experience the first Hilltop Art Hop of the new decade. The event, which takes place the first Saturday of each month, welcomed the works of artists Pamela Ashton and Todd Loe. In addition to showcasing their pieces, the 3060 Artworks gallery also features artwork and woodcarvings from a dozen local artists. Shown here, Ixchel Smith, 7, is delighted by the artisan dolls from Alissa Renzetti. The westside resident said she plans to be an artist and loves coming to the monthly reception to view the new artwork. The gallery, which is located at 3060 West Broad St., operates on the weekend from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m., with special hours on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sue McAdams, of Worthington, observes the pastel landscapes from Columbus artist Todd Loe. Like Smith, McAdams said she loves to come to the Hilltop Art Hop to see and support new artists. She eventually went on to purchase a piece from Loe.
Musician Doug Hare provides additional entertainment at the reception.
Artist Pamela Ashton proudly showcases some of her colorful pieces on display at the gallery. Both Ashton and Loe’s artwork will be featured at 3060 Artworks until Jan. 27.
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