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I would like to provide some random thoughts to help you understand what I am thinking about when creating my paintings. It is not intended to explain the work. Please feel free to take from the work what you need or want.

OMAH would like to extend their warmest thanks to all of the exceptional volunteers we devote their time to helping us create a space that is welcoming and engaging for the public. Whether it’s our front desk volunteer team that always has a smile for visitors, or our collections volunteers that spend hours alongside staff researching for

On April 6th OMAH will be participating in the global movement of Slow Art Day. Slow Art Day is an art-appreciation movement that encourages people to view art in a slow and contemplative manner. Since its inaugural year in 2009, Slow Art Day has become a worldwide event with more than 120 venues this year alone.

This year’s exhibition was titled “ My World, My Eyes, My Voice”. Student artists were encouraged to create work that addresses issues meaningful to them.  Some of the works explored: identity, mixed messages from the media, what the future holds, and environment issues.

The OMAH Shop is a one-stop destination for artisans to showcase their unique and creative items and we’re always looking for more talented individuals to work with! We are a consignment based shop that takes pride in our carefully selected hand-crafted items from local and regional artisans.

To celebrate International Women’s Day, OMAH is once again hosting the annual Women’s Day Art Show. As the organizer and curator of this diverse exhibit, I am thrilled that we can present the artworks of over 130 women artists in the spacious and bright Mulcahy Family Gallery!


Autum Tudhope, left.