Current & Upcoming Exhibits

D.D. and Velma Davis Education & Visitor Center
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm

May 28 – July 23
Dan Lindner
Fellows Riverside Gardens – Weller Gallery
Dan Lindner’s main medium is oil color, and his subject matter gravitates toward landscapes and geometric abstraction based on realistic subject matter. Dan enjoys working with mundane subject matter and transforming it into something remarkable for the viewer.

May – October  | dawn until dusk
Organic Steel
Fellows Riverside Gardens – Outdoor Gallery
Tony Armeni, a native Ohioan and teacher at Youngstown State University, returns to Fellows Riverside Gardens to showcase his work. Armeni breathes life into cold, hard material to celebrate life figures, flowers, and celestial spheres. These dynamic structures stand tall, firmly planted yet light on their feet.

July 28 – September 17
Natural Selection: Discoveries in Bloom
Fellows Riverside Gardens – Weller Gallery
Doug McLarty’s photos employ eye catching botanical designs, unusual floral combinations and whimsical creations to help us examine and enjoy the rich diversity of nature. He makes use of digital scanning technology to reveal unique patterns and perspectives for the viewer.

Mill Creek MetroParks History
Fellows Riverside Gardens – Melnick Museum
The Melnick Museum offers the visitor a peek into the unique history of Mill Creek MetroParks. Look back and discover how Volney Rogers garnered property and how that land has grown into Mill Creek MetroParks. Learn about the generosity of Elizabeth Fellows that was the beginning of Fellows Riverside Gardens. And take time to learn about the early days of McGuffey and his boyhood homestead located in Coitsville and now known as the McGuffey Wildlife Preserve.

September 23 – November 16
Fellows Riverside Gardens – Weller Gallery
Blossom is an exhibit featuring watercolors by Youngstown artist, Daniel Rauschenbach. His paintings are inspired by Fellows Riverside Gardens and the blooms throughout Mill Creek Park. The placement of the blooms in vases and containers are connected to local finds and friends. This new body of work has a light, airy quality playing with textures and color.