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Fleming's "Urban Folkart" less than 2 weeks away!

Just a few weeks to go until the latest exhibit opens at the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council's The Arts Garage (TAG) in Port Clinton - featuring a native of Port Clinton's works.

"Urban Folkart" by Keith Fleming, will be the second gallery exhibit of 2023, showcasing Fleming's colorful, one-of-a-kind pieces and a flurry of entertainment.

The exhibit kicks off with an opening reception and 'fun-raiser' on Saturday February 11, 2023 at 7pm.

This can't-miss event will feature a silent auction, cash bar, 50/50 raffle, heavy hors d'oeuvres, music and more.

The event will be hosted by Keith and Jen Nickel, along with possible special guests.

All proceeds from Fleming’s art sales and other paid events of the evening will benefit the GPCAAC’s youth programming.

The Arts Garage is located in the city's old maintenance garage at 317 W. Perry Street in Port Clinton.

If you can't attend the opening reception, please visit TAG during our normal business hours which are Wednesday through Sunday, from 11am until 4pm or by appointment. TAG is closed on Monday and Tuesday.


Keith Fleming is a 1976 graduate of Port Clinton High School and earned an Associate’s Degree specializing in technology from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.

Keith had a 30-year career in Dallas,TX, involving high end women’s retail, display and interior design.

He moved back to Port Clinton and opened the Keith A. Fleming Art Gallery and Antiques. He has been a member of GPCAAC since 2012, having been on the board several times. He has been involved with Appetite for the Arts, multiple fundraisers and, outreach and shows.

Currently Keith is working with mixed media projects, using primarily acrylic paints and assemblage work.

Using found objects and modern material to create his visions, Keith is trying to utilize our overburdening and abundance of material waste to visually stimulate our minds.

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