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Registration will open next week for Spring Classes

July 31, 2023

Keep up your artistic practice with these summer classes! Drawing, Plein Air Oil Painting and Oil/Acrylic classes available now.

Click here to learn more!

Chantal Danyluk

Barbara Guttmann
July 30, 2023

Leslie Wolfe Gallery


Proudly Presents

Chantal Danyluk
Against Dreamland



Danyluk’s current series explores the folly of the American dream through surreal oil paintings. Her oversized figures crafted from plywood are detached from their surroundings, compelled to merge with our own realm. Each one represents a harsh social issue facing our generation and reveals the shattered aspirations, unattainable ideals, and elusive promises that leave the younger generation disillusioned. These humanoid representations undergo frying, combustion, and drowning, symbolizing the immense pressure imposed by societal burdens like the cost of living, climate change, rental prices, and the objectification of women. Mirroring our own realm, these works bring a touch of whimsy and humor to otherwise serious themes inviting viewers to contemplate how these issues might resonate with them.



Reception | Sunday, Sept 10th | 2 PM – 4 PM


Opening Reception | Sunday, Sept 10th | 2 PM – 4 PM

Exhibition | August 28th – October 6th, 2023

Gallery Hours | Tuesday – Friday 10 AM – 5 PM | Saturday 10 AM – 1 PM

Created as a not-for-profit community venture, the Old Town Art Center operates under the guidance of the Old Town Triangle Association. The Center plays host to gallery shows, provides year-round art classes, and offers lectures and workshops. The Gallery is named after local artist and community advocate, Leslie Wolfe, who was dedicated to the arts and artists. Her passion is reflected in the selection of emerging and established artists who are selected to exhibit.

2024 Board Applications OPEN!

July 21, 2023

The 2024 Nominating Committee was selected at the Board meeting held on Tuesday, September 12, 2023. The committee will nominate individuals for the offices of President, First Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer and for two open positions for directors. Applications can be found here

Please fill out this application and submit via email to nominations@oldtowntriangle.com. The deadline to submit an application is Monday, 10/16. The Nominating Committee will be reviewing applications and will conduct follow-up interviews on Sunday, October 22 (afternoon) and Monday, October 23 (evening). 

Chair: Annette Magier
Members: Vi Daley, Carly Jenkins, Katherine Keenan, Richard Rausch, Caroline Vickery

Contact: nominations@oldtowntriangle.com


Strategic Planning for the Old Town Triangle

Barbara Guttmann
July 18, 2023

Strategic Planning Committee

Four workgroups were created to focus on specific topics. Each workgroup generates suggestions for improving how the OTTA addresses those topics. Preliminary proposals were provided to the Board at the July meeting. While still not finalized, you can review the draft documents (click here) presented by each workgroup. A community meeting will be held in October to seek feedback from members. 

Learn more about the Planning Process.

OTTA Members voted to invest in creating a Strategic Plan for the organization at the Annual Members meeting in January 2022. The Committee was formed with: Zac Bleicher, Dorothy DeCarlo, Diane Fitzgerald, Phil Graff, Brad Neuman, Rick Rausch and John Engman (Consultant).



B I N G O Donation

Barbara Guttmann
July 13, 2023


Donate to Ella Jenkins’ Birthday Celebration

Barbara Guttmann
July 12, 2023

Your donation today will help ensure that programming like this Birthday Celebration are offered regularly to kids, families and adults. We sincerely appreciate your consideration of a small donation to the Old Town Triangle Association.

The Old Town Triangle Association is a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.