The Organic Steel artwork is currently on display in the Outdoor Gallery at Fellows Riverside Gardens. Artist, Tony Armeni, a native Ohioan and teacher at Youngstown State University, has returned 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.
This free exhibit is being displayed now through October 2017. On Sunday, August 13 from 1 – 3 pm a Meet the Artist session is available in the Gazebo/Outdoor Gallery. Take this opportunity to meet and visit with this extraordinary sculptor, Tony Armeni, and find out about the techniques employed in his work.
For more information on the Meet the Artist session or this outdoor exhibit, visit or call Fellows Riverside Gardens at 330.740.7116.
About Tony Armeni
Tony Armeni is a native Ohioan and teacher at Youngstown State University. Armeni’s public outdoor works can also be found on the property of the Butler Institute of American Art, Mahoning Avenue in the Mahoning Commons area. More recently, Tony Armeni’s Bus Shelter Sculpture was selected as one of five projects funded by the National Endowment for the Arts awarded last year to Youngstown State University.