Enjoy historic and fine art exhibits year round. There is never a fee to visit our exhibits!
Our regular open hours are: Monday 7 am - 9 pm Tuesday - Thursday 9 am to 9 pm Friday and Saturday 9 am to 5 pm Sunday 1 -5 pm
The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is pleased to be hosting the traveling portion the Ohio Watercolor Society’s 40th annual exhibition, Watercolor Ohio: 2017. The exhibit will be on display at the Hayner Center from April 6 to April 29, 2018. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
The juror for Watercolor Ohio: 2017, Mary Whyte, described the exhibition as “watercolor at its most luminous and very best, driven by diversity of style, subject matter and a unique vision of each artist.”
Our Upcoming Exhibit
Opening Reception Friday, May 4th 5 - 6:45 pm
by Tom Stovall
by Joe Synan
by Susan Synan
Texas Trio: Woodturning, Watercolors & Jewelry is a fine art exhibit featuring the works of three artists from Texas. The exhibit will be on display from May 4th to June 17, 2018. The exhibit is free and open to the public. A reception to celebrate the opening of the exhibit is scheduled for Friday, May 4th from 5 to 6:45 pm. Please come to this free and open to the public reception to meet the meet the artists and gain insight into their works and techniques. Texas artists Tom Stovall, Joe Synan, and Susan Synan bring their unique talents to this fine art exhibit. Tom Stovall is a design architect and woodturner who blends his passion for architecture and art by creating functional wooden objects with an aesthetic and practical purpose. Watercolor artist Joe Synan has a fondness for the intersection of built objects and nature that is a product of his education in architecture and engineering. Joe is an award-winning member of the Watercolor Art Society of Houston. Susan Synan is a jewelry artist specializing in sterling and fine silver. Her unique jewelry art has been featured in several Texas art fairs. Susan is a Licensed Professional Counselor whose education focused on art and psychology.
The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is supported by the tax payers of Troy and the generous donations of the Friends of Hayner. The mission is to preserve and maintain the Hayner mansion as a cultural resource center for the present and as an historical legacy for the future generations of the community of Troy, Ohio.