What is the Tiny Art League?

Not to be confused with the Findlay Art League, the Tiny Art League of Findlay is an entirely different organization that hosts regular painting nights. Attendees have the opportunity to create small works of art with a goal to “spread joy around our city, one tiny painting at a time!” Some of the paintings, only a couple inches in size, are left hidden around town for others to find to help share the love of art.

Participants in Tiny Art League events often meet at downtown locations, like the Findlay Brewing Company, Vivir Modern Mexican, and the R&J Cheesecake Shoppe. Painting nights include a small fee, which includes painting supplies and sometimes food and drinks, allowing participants to help support the businesses that host the events while getting a taste of what downtown Findlay has to offer.

The Tiny Art League has also participated in the downtown Art Walks. In May, they left numbered paintings all around downtown. Participants who found them brought them to the R&J Cheesecake Shoppe and posted them on a board as pieces that completed a larger picture. Events, held year-round, are often hosted by We Serve Coffee in downtown Findlay. Painting events are sometimes themed to help attendees come up with ideas for painting.

Visit Facebook at “The Tiny Art League” for upcoming
events and opportunities to get involved!

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