Downtown Lancaster Historical District has Approved the first of a series of 8 Murals to be supervised & completed by Bobbi McKinnon &
Artists at the Two Broke Artists Art Studio.
"July 18th 2014 Art Walk"
Put the Zebco Building on your Art Walk must-see-list located on North Columbus St. Artists from the Two Broke Artists Painting Studio and Fairfield Christian Academy Art Department have completed the first in a series of historical murals for downtown Lancaster! A special Thank You to all the volunteer workers who helped get the mural started!! Thank you to Zebco, Kevin Stalter, Dr. Burns, Fairfield Paints, Lancaster Historical Commission, Fairfield Art Studios, David Scheffler & Kate Ervin for your time, donations, and support of this exciting project.
Downtown Lancaster Ohio, Center of Town Park Display
Ric Leichliter International Sulpture Collaboration
The Bicycle Safety Park being develop by the Perry County Health dept. in collaboration with local business partners.
The mural is a joint effort of the Perry County at risk youth program and Bobbi McKinnon a local Art Teacher & member of The Somerset Artists Co-op.
Fairfield Union Local Schools Summer Enrichment Program 2021
"World in our Hands" "Faces in our Community" "Space Between Us"
Fairfield Heritage card celebrates ‘Christmas Magic in Alley Park’
Popular local artist Barbara “Bobbi” Roberts McKinnon painted “Christmas Magic in Alley Park” for the Fairfield County Heritage Association’s 2021 holiday card. The scene is taken from “Santa in the Park,” a family event hosted by Lancaster Parks & Recreation that has become a beloved holiday tradition. Fairfield Heritage’s cards and prints have become a tradition, too. Each year a different artist portrays a well-remembered holiday scene. Cards and prints are made and sold in the gift shops of the Sherman House Museum and the Georgian Museum as well as in the Heritage booth at the Fairfield County Fair. Bobbi McKinnon teaches art at Fairfield Union Local Schools in Lancaster, Ohio. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Art & Design from Ashland University and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh as well as a master’s degree in education from Ashland University. “I enjoy teaching and freelance commission painting,” she says. “Capturing the ‘Moment in Time’ that is meaningful to the viewer is an important part of my passion for art.” Learn more about her work at www.bobbiscanvas.com. Bobbi McKinnon holds the painting she created for the Fairfield County Heritage Association’s annual Christmas card.
Working with Perry County Youth program. Designing a 2 sided mural/sign for a business.
T.C. Market in Thornville, Ohio.
Rushville Middle School
RMS students collaborated to develop an Artistic Painting embracing the Iconic County Fair and variety of characteristics within the community. Participating in art activities helps children to gain the tools necessary for understanding human experience, adapting to and respecting others' ways of working and thinking, developing creative problem-solving skills, and communicating thoughts and ideas in a variety of ways. 60x48 acrylic on canvas.