The Ohio Artist Registry (OAR) is an exciting opportunity for artists to share their work, connect with the creative community, and establish an online presence—all on a free, virtual platform! The OAR encourages artists working in all art forms, throughout Ohio and beyond,  to create a profile, which allows them to better promote themselves and their work. Being listed in the OAR provides artists with new opportunities to share their work with clients, galleries, patrons, and audiences. A listing in the OAR does not confer an endorsement, approval, or verification by the Ohio Arts Council.
For more information, contact Kathy Signorino, artist programs director, at or 614-728-6140.

2024 Ohio Artist Registry Juried Exhibition

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Pam DeCamp

Sole Proprietor

Pam DeCamp is an award winning professional photographer from Wheelersburg, Ohio. Her 30+ years of photography experience has ranged from photojournalism, sports, performing arts, fine art, to macro and wildlife.

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Dennis Deel


I started walking as a form of mental health “exercise”.  The photography  came about as I began to enjoy all the textures and colors on my hiking trips and wanted a record instead of just my memory.  After publishing a few on my Facebook page, my friends began asking if they could buy some.

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Mary Defer (she/her, b. 1992) is an artist based in Lakewood, a near-lifelong Northeast Ohioan. Raised on a family farm, she discovered her love for photography at Kenyon College, where she earned a B.A. in Studio Art. Her work has been exhibited regionally and nationally through organizations such as Valley Art Center, Soho Photo Gallery, and Filter Photo.

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Gregory DeGroat

Fine Artist/Graphic Designer

was born in Springfield, Ohio in 1955. My father was an artist, and some of my earliest memories are of him teaching me how to draw. My first paintings were at the age of 8, a mare and a stallion, respectively. I can remember watching the neighborhood kids outside playing tag from my kitchen window, with my father promising to let me play with them, as soon as I completed the hair on the portrait on which he had me working .-)

I majored in art in high school, then took art courses in college, which was followed by a 27-year career as a graphic artist with the Dayton Daily News, in Ohio.…

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JoAnn DePolo

Independent Professional Artist, Author, Speaker, Teacher

JoAnn DePolo is an artist, author, speaker, teacher, and visionary. Her unique paintings of cityscapes, water scenes, and bold abstracts have gained recognition from art collectors internationally.

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Randy DePuy


Born in Northwest Ohio in 1957, Randy was given a Kodak Brownie when he was in grade school. Thus began his life long interest in photography. After graduating from Findlay High School in 1975 De Puy began working for THE COURIER newspaper as a darkroom Technician/ Photographer. In November, 1977, Randy moved to Columbus, Ohio, where he began working in the photo finishing field and free‐ lance photography.…

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Consuelo Deus

Contemporary Artist

Consuelo Deus was born and raised  in New York City, currently an Ohio resident.  She has a B.A. in Arts with a concentration of Digital Media and Graphics Design. Her contemporary art style uses mix media, modern, figurative abstracts, with graffiti influences. Her main goal with her art is to make people smile and make happy memories.

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Thad DeVassie is a multi-genre writer (poetry, prose poetry, flash fiction, CNF) and fine art painter who creates from the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio. His collection SPLENDID IRRATIONALITIES was awarded the James Tate International Poetry Prize in 2020 (SurVision Books). A mini chapbook, YEAR OF STATIC, containing eleven original paintings accompanied by micro prose, was published in 2021 by Ghost City Press.…

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Julie DiSiena



My personal art involves w/c, gauche, acrylic, collage, pastels, photography, prints, clay or mixed media of any of the previous mentioned materials. My landscape genre scenes, and portraits show moments involved with nature, water, sky, people and animals with a variety of color and temperament. They are realistic while reflecting the spiritual within.
Shows: Artists of Rubber City. Butler Inst. American Art: 1993 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002 invited artist 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013 then I moved. Kaleidoscope: 2004 2nd Place 2005, 2006, 2008 Juror, 2009 H.M.,2010,2016,2018 Peoples’ choice award.

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John Dixon

Assistant Professor

John Dixon is an Assistant Professor of Industrial Design at the University of Cincinnati. (UC) He received his B.S. in industrial design from UC in 2008, and his M.F.A. in furniture design from the Rhode Island School of Design. (RISD) His research interests center around means of making, and the meaning in which things are made.…

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In my novels, The Race is Not Given (1999) and Rendered Invisible: Stories of Blacks & Whites, Love & Death (2010), and other works, I examine racism, racial reconciliation, resilience, and hope. I have published scholarship on Black literature, film, and pop culture. I am a playwright and poet. My newest book, A Leader with Courage: The Impact of Cardiss Collins is about a trailblazing Black leader who overcame tragedy to serve in Congress for over two decades, fighting on behalf of minorities, woman, and the poor. My work is rooted in my faith and my working-class background.

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Laura Donnelly is currently creating in her private studio and is a resident artist at Market Street Art Spot in Minerva.  She received her Master of Arts in Education Degree at Walsh University and her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Kent State University. She has taught art in area public and private schools for over 35 years and as an adjunct professor at Malone and Walsh University. Her work has won a variety of awards in the area and has won state recognition from a national contest. Most of her current work, created from stoneware clay, consists of functional ware with some sculptural pieces that reflect a personal theme.

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Born : San Rafael, CA

Education: U. of Cincinnati.- DAAP, B.F.A. – 1976:  Art Education & Painting

U. of Montana – College of Fine Arts, M.F.A. – 1979:  Painting & Sculpture


2016: recipient of the Elementary Division Award= (Elementary Art Teacher of the year), State of Ohio by Ohio Art Education Association.…

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Regina E. Dorfmeyer is a 67 year old self taught, visually impaired, fingerpainting artist, wife and mother from Cleveland, Ohio. Regina discovered art later in life ironically, after her sight began to deteriorate. She was born highly myopic, and by the age of thirty-three she was completely blind in her right eye and developed degenerative myopia in her left.
Regina’s vibrant, textural, impressionistic finger-paintings have been selected by the Cleveland Sight Center’s yearly holiday greeting card sales for three years. Arts Possible Ohio nonprofit organization for artists with disabilities selected Regina’s paintings five times. She received three awards out of those five. Two of Regina’s paintings were purchased by the George Floyd Foundation of North Carolina. Currently, Regina’s oil painting, “Hey Sparky!” is on tour with Art Expressions Ohio/Art Possible Ohio 2023. She also has a piece showing at She Art 5’s, eight week exhibition through Deep Roots Experience and a twelve painting exhibit for eight weeks at Beck Center For the Arts, in Lakewood, Ohio.

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Eileen Doughty

Sole Proprietor

Eileen Doughty founded Doughty Designs in 1991. Her work is in private, public and corporate collections, including the John Wilson Building (City Hall) in Washington, DC, and Amazon Web Services in Herndon, Virginia, and has been exhibited on five continents. She is a volunteer docent for the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC.

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I graduated from Ashland University in 2007 with a BS in Fine Arts. My focus was on printmaking and sculpture. I have focused on painting for the past five years. I enjoy the process of mark-making and gather from my experience working with an outsider, non-traditional artist. I researched Pop Art, Impressionism, Dada, iconography, Egyptian, and Aztec Art 

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Bob Drake is a sound artist, musician, and electro-acoustic luthier from Cleveland Ohio. His performance work spans free and structured improvisation, new music composition, noise, and minimalist “lowercase” musics; he also produces sound sculptures, installations, and soundtracks. He is an adjunct faculty member at Cleveland Institute of Art. Most recently, he has been working as a pipe organ technician, repairing and tuning pipe organs across at various northern Ohio churches.

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Multimedia artist Michelle Droll was born and raised in upstate New York and moved to Akron, OH as a newlywed in 1995. She earned a BS in Construction Management from Utica College in Utica, NY, a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in painting and MFA from Kent State University in painting. Her mixed media work has been exhibited in Ohio at several venues including MOCA Cleveland, Akron Art Museum and SPACES in Cleveland.…

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I create award winning artwork. Specializing in pin-ups, paintings and portraits, my goal is to candidly capture the personality of each subject. I love visual flow that entices the eyes and engages the mind. My work has been featured in a variety of venues, publications, books and album covers. Check it out at

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Sarah Dugger

Textile Designer, Painter

Sarah Dugger has 25 years experience in the commercial textiles and fine art fields. After graduating from Bowling Green State University in 1997 with a BFA in Surface Design she started working in NYC and San Francisco designing textiles for Nicole Miller, Victoria’s Secret and Pottery Barn. She was a part of the Salami Factory co-op in Fairfax, California which inspired her to pursue fine art painting. At present she is working across three disciplines; fine art painting, large scale murals and hand printing textile yardage. She is married to the love of her life, Howie Dugger, and together they have three children; Maisie, Tegan and Sidney.

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