The gallery would like to thank all the artists who participated in this exhibit either by contributing a paired piece or donating their own artwork. This event has been meaningful to our gallery for several reasons, none so important as to assist in the fight to find a cure for this disease. 


Julie Byer

Margit Petrie

Kim Vito

Barbara Martin

Mike Elsass


Pat McClelland

Gretchen Jacobs

Cedric M. Cox

Dave Crowell

Bridgette Bogle

Penny Park

Rusty Harden

Darren Haper

Esther Kadash

Diana Cordero

Beth Holyoke

Karen Fisher

Scott D.U. Gibbs

Ervin Gruia

Ann Kim

Kevin Harris

Gary Beeber

Jean Koeller

Glen Cebulash

Gary Hinsche


The gallery would like to especially thank artists, Gary Beeber, Glen Cebulash and Jean Koeller for their generous donations. 


Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  His documentary films have screened at over 85 film festivals.  Solo (photography) exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery (NYC), two at the Griffin Museum of Photography, and upcoming exhibitions at PRAXIS Photo Arts Center, and the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts.  Beeber’s work has also been included in juried exhibitions throughout the world. Among Fortune 500 companies who collect his work are Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Goldman Sachs and Chase Bank.





Side View     21" x 17" Framed        Gary Beeber



Jean Koeller’s work captures a sense of feeling through paint. Her sensitivity to color paired with her ability to convey complex landscapes through elemental geometric forms provides the viewer with a window into her world. Her work is highly experiential; one can feel the time of day, the season, even the day’s air quality in her paintings. They’re both immediate, with their quick, sometimes jagged line work or quietly contemplative in their soft washes of color. Lacking in figures, the works invite the viewer to place themselves within the landscape, offering a sensory experience that is at once nostalgic in its familiarity and intriguing in its sense of discovery. 

Koeller was born in Columbus, Ohio and currently lives and works in New Carlisle, Ohio. She received her BFA from Wright State University, her MFA from Parsons School of Art and Design, and is an alum of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Koeller’s work is in numerous collections, including the Ohio Arts Council, Ohio Supreme Court, and Ohio Governor’s Residence in Columbus, Ohio, Miami Valley Cultural District in Dayton, Ohio, and Kettering Hospital, in Kettering, Ohio. She taught painting and drawing at many of the colleges and universities in the surrounding area, and worked as the Visual Resource Curator for the University of Dayton from 1992-2007.



Evening Light IV                      8" x 10"                                   Jean Koeller


Professor of Art and Art History, Chair

Glen received his BFA from Boston University and his MFA from The American University in Washington D.C.  He has exhibited widely throughout the United States, including exhibitions at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, VA; The Springfield Museum of Art in Springfield, OH and The Courtyard Gallery in Washington, D.C..  Since 2007 he has been a member of the painting collective Midwest Paint Group and is currently represented by The Bowery Gallery, New York, NY.  Glen has curated over twenty exhibitions in the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University and helped acquire numerous works for its permanent collection.  He has been Chair of the Department of Art and Art History since 2009. 


Still Life II                          8 3/4" x 14 1/2"                         Glen Cebulash