Kettering Ohio Art Prints

Kettering Ohio Art Prints

The series of galleries below contain Kettering Ohio Art Prints from the prettiest spots in town.  Capturing these locations on gorgeous days, in various seasons, or under amazing skies takes research and persistence.  I think you’ll enjoy these prints on your walls or in important spaces.

Kettering Ohio Points of Interest

Kettering, Ohio formed in 1952 from the boundaries of the former Van Buren Township and is named after inventor Charles F. Kettering.  Kettering hosts 20 parks and is home to the Fraze Pavilion and the Kettering Recreation Complex and these images celebrate the city's sights and green spaces. 

Kettering Delco Park Art Prints

This portfolio shares art prints of Delco Park.  Delco Park originally served as a country club for the adjacent Delco Light Plant.  Today the park holds the Veteran's Plaza, C.F. Kettering History Walk, pathways, and a large pond.  

Kettering Lincoln Civic Commons Art Prints

My favored park is Kettering Lincoln Civic Commons as it’s a city park filled with architectural landscapes, public artwork, winding walking paths, and the popular Fraze Pavillion

Kettering Parks Art Prints

The Kettering Park Department has 21 parks.  These images capture scenes from Indian Riffle and Governor's Place.

Polen Farm Art Prints

Polen Farm was once known as the White Oak Farm.  Today it serves as an event center for family celebrations and a wedding venue.  This park is a wonder throughout the seasons and these art prints capture the essence.  

Kettering Public Art

The Kettering Ohio Rosewood Arts Centre oversees the city's public art program.  The sculptures reside in many of the above parks, but serve as a collection so I've presented them in this gallery.  

Kettering Ohio Fine Art Photography 

I’m selective about my printing process and only trust a couple of print and framing shops that produce top-quality work.  Fine Art prints need to last, so I chose my sources based on their archival materials.  My canvas wall prints are produced via Lucia pigments rated for 95 years and are made in Dayton!