Arts in the Park-Paint Out

Saturday, June 17, 2023 - 10:00am

Arts in the Park & Plein Air Society Paint Out

Pleasant Hill Lake Park has invited OPAS to paint outdoors at our Arts in the Park event. The park also offers artists the opportunity to sell their work at 3 pm during a Wet Paint Sale. They will be various art-related activities going on that day. You have your choice of painting trees, nature, water & boats at the marina. Note: Artists can check in at the Welcome Center @ 10:00 am. In partnership with    Ohio Plein Air Society. Contact Person: Mary Ann Clady,  [email protected], cell# 419-512-0594 for details for participation.

Saturday, June 17th         Father’s Day & Arts in the Park Weekend!

9-10a     Naturalist On-Duty – Come see & help feed the LIVE animals in the Nature Center. Visit the fish mural, history exhibit, and bird observation window & view a short video orientation during your visit. Welcome Center.

10a- 3p   Ohio Plein Air Society Paint Out – Artists will be in and around park areas painting various trees, nature, water & boats at the marina. Artists can sell their work at 3 pm during a wet paint sale. They will be having various art-related activities going on that day.  

10a-1p     Painting & Crafts – Explore your creative side with paint, water coloring, and crafts. 1-hour sessions sign up the morning of craft. Limit 10 persons for each session. Crafts at the Welcome Center

11a          LIVE Bird of Prey- Naturalists from the Ohio Bird Sanctuary will have a live Hawk presentation. See up close and learn about these native Ohio hawks. At Welcome Center.

3p           Wet Paint Sale- Artists that were painting at the park earlier today their painting will be on display and available for sale at the Welcome Center. You have a chance to get an original painting from local artists. At the Welcome Center


Artist painting on deck of Welcome Center                   Painting from Welcome Center eck of marina

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