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Jaye Bumbaugh’s whimsical crows exhibited at Artspace/Lima

  • ‘Jaye Bumbaugh and Crows’  opening event 5:00-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 17
  • 65 Town Square, Lima

ArtSpace/Lima has announced the display of work by the late Jaye Bumbaugh, who was an artist, teacher and professor at Bluffton University whose work often featured whimsical crows, many of which were centered around stories made up from childhood.

Bumbaugh’s ceramic and printed  crows are part of the  ‘Lost. Recovered. Reborn.’ exhibition at ArtSpace. His work will be located in the third floor gallery. 

The event is free and open to the public.  

For information about this and other programs at ArtSpace/Lima, please call Sally Windle, Executive Director, at 419-222-1721.

ArtSpace/Lima’s mission is to enrich the community with creativity through exhibitions, educational programs,  and events relevant to all cultures and populations