Ohio Art Corridor School of Fish



Art is a form of creative human expression and a way of enriching the human experience. The Ohio Art Corridor is committed to enriching the experiences and ultimately the lives of those in Southeastern Ohio through the artistic sculptures and beautiful parks that will be placed along the corridor.

Make your reservations to meet the artist of the first original art installation, The School of Fish, in McConnelsville. David Griesmyer of DG Welding & Design, created, manufactured, and generously donated the School of Fish specifically for The Ohio Art Corridor. The School of Fish is over twenty-five feet tall, seventy-five feet in length, and twelve hundred pounds!

The Ohio Art Corridor is a relatively new non-profit committed to promoting art, heritage, tourism, and revenue through HUGE public art. At over 200 miles, The Ohio Art Corridor serves as the largest outdoor art gallery in the world with new pieces being added regularly.

Register: theartcorridor.org
Info: theartcorridor@gmail.com or call (512) 746-8428
Location: McConnelsville Boat Ramp, River Road, McConnelsville, Ohio

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