Thirteen artists and artisans displayed work at FFOYA House during the month of August in celebration of Bowling Green's position on the path of totality for the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017.
The work in the gallery ranged from paintings, collages and digital prints to found wood art, resin jewelry and solar-themed cloth menstrual pads.
Artist Beth Reitmeyer presented her glowing planet installation, "Wonderland," in the front yard for the BG Gallery Hop on Aug. 4.
Artists featured in the gallery show were Ariana Michaela, Emily Lobb Hendricksen, Tatum Bratcher, Kalee Aeschliman, Jacob Hill, Meranda Caswell, Alayna Milby, Jordan Bodenhamer, Annie Smith, Chloe Lee and Suzanne Menck. Amy Jessup of Neo Peasant Revolution displayed and sold her solar-themed eco-pads. Most artists displayed multiple pieces. Samples from the collection are below.