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The Geauga Arts Council sponsors a number of local exhibits in conjunction with businesses and organizations throughout the county. We offer Geauga Arts Council Members unique opportunities to showcase their work in these public spaces. With amazing venues that feature premium display space on a quarterly rotation, you can take advantage of this great opportunity to display your art to a public audience. Read below to learn more about each of our local venues.


If this interests you, we encourage you to apply to showcase your work.

Geauga West Public Library

The conference room at the Geauga West Library features the nature-inspired photography of Kathy & Sarah Komaromy from September 18 - December 11, 2023. The library is located at 13455 Chillicothe Rd, Chesterland, OH 44026. Ask the librarians to point you in the right direction.


You may shop the entire collection right from this page!

Kathy & Sarah Komaromy

(Aunt) Kathy and Sarah Komaromy have been taking photos together for 10 years. They started their photography journey together in 2013 when Sarah married Kathy’s nephew.  While they both have been taking photos independently for many many years they have enjoyed taking photography road trips together. They share their love of Lake Erie, Wildlife, Flowers, Clouds and whatever Mother Nature supplies. Sarah loves capturing her many types of flowers in her garden as well as venturing to places like Holden, Botanical Garden, Lakeview Cemetery. Kathy loves finding “naked” and “gnarly” trees, sunsets and clouds to photograph. Together they enjoy what Northeast Ohio has to offer such as sunsets, sunrises, waves and driftwood of Lake Erie.  They just happen to have the same Cannon Camera so it’s easy to help each other with settings for that ‘perfect’ photograph.

Sarah Komaromy


Kathy Komaromy

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Also on display...

The GAC will occasionally represent a 3-dimensional artist in one of the pre-lit display cases within the library entryway. Be sure to take a peek and see what neat work is featured when you're there! Or shop the collection directly on this page.


Vicki Vesel

Vicki Vesel has been a Geauga County resident for over 30 years. She enjoys the nature and the outdoors. She has filled her garden with an extensive collection of flowers that attract both birds and butterflies. She’s also an avid cyclist and frequents the local bike trials. Vicki discovered her passion for stained glass in 2009 when she wanted to design a large half circle window to complete a kitchen remodel in her century home. A local studio provided the instruction and Vicki spent six months creating her window.


Over the next two years she helped out at the studio giving her the opportunity to practice and sharpen her skills. Vicki found that stained glass fueled her creative spirit. She sought out additional learning opportunities then started making stained glass gifts, selling at craft shows, teaching stained glass classes and creating commissioned art. Vicki works mostly in the copper foil method of stained glass because it allows her to create with greater detail. Each piece of glass is hand cut then smoothed on the grinder. Adhesive backed copper foil is applied to all the pieces, they are placed next to each other and soldered together. For designs with large pieces of glass or bevels she may use the lead channel method. In this method the glass is set in lead channel and the sections of channel are soldered at the joints.


Vicki is inspired by nature but sometimes finds herself gravitating to a particular piece of glass and designs to showcase the texture, color or pattern of the glass. She also likes to stretch her talents and create three dimensional glass art. One of the challenges in working with glass is that you never really know how a creation will look until it’s done and you can see it with light streaming through the piece. Stained glass will look different depending on what is outside behind the piece and the intensity of transmitted light. Thus glass art is constantly changing.

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