DustyBlues was honored to have a short interview on air with WLGN recently.
Click here to have a listen.
Thanks to Teresa at WLGN for making this a special event!
This great old drilling rig sits along side the road near Old Man's Cave.
Some day it may rise again to sink new wells in the region.
Congratulations to Jeff and Stacie!!
DustyBlues was blessed to be a part of their new life together.
The Upper Falls - Old Man's Cave - How Cool is That!!
The Hocking Valley Photography Group will exhibit photos representing a variety of genres at The Bowen House Photo Exhibit from Saturday, September 22 until October 27. The public is invited to an open house for the annual exhibit, which will be held on Saturday, September 22 from 6:30 to 8:00 in the evening.
The photography group meets on the second Wednesday of each month at seven in the evening at The Bowen House. Anyone interested in discussing photography, learning more about their camera equipment and joining in occasional photography field trips is welcome to come to the meetings. The diverse group includes members who are beginning photographers as well as those who are or have been professional photographers.
The Bowen House is located at 196 N. Market Street in Logan and is open Wednesday through Saturday from two until five in the afternoon.
Saturday, Sept 29: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, Sept 30: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The 2018 Hocking Hills Artists and Craftsmen Fall Show will be held at:
Hocking Hills Elementary School
19197 S. SR 664-S
Logan, Ohio 43138.
Logan, Ohio is located 50 miles southeast of downtown Columbus and about 25 miles northwest of Athens. The Hocking Hills Elementary School is located 13 miles south of SR-33 in Logan on SR-664 and only 2.1 miles north of the entrance to Old Man's Cave in Hocking Hills State Park.
Hocking Hills Artists & Craftsmen Association
c/o Jane Pope (email@example.com)
P.O. Box 341
Logan, Ohio 43138
Stop by our DustyBlues Gallery before or after you visit the HHACA Fall Show
DustyBlues is proud to celebrate our independence and wish everyone a wonderful year. We have been open for over a year now and our world is blessed in so many way.
Come visit us!
Val & Dusty
DustyBlues April Newsletter:
Check out the April Newsletter here.
Take a look at our latest Journal Posting
Val & Dusty are busy preparing a new gallery room addition. We will have new limited edition prints featuring the beauty of many locations across America. We will soon have a new online portfolio to reflect these. These prints will be available on metal, fine art paper, acrylic face mounts and canvas. All prints can be custom sized to fit any location.
8 AM - 1 PM - We will meet at the DustyBlues Gallery
Stop and check our latest Blog post at DustyBlues Blog. Enjoy
Please click the link to view our November Newsletter
Please take a look at our October Newsletter. Enjoy!
Come and see us at the Hocking Hills Fall Fest. Val has our booth set up on Main Street in front of Arista. This features the Hocking Hills Artists & Craftmen's annual fall show. Chili cook off, live music, and activities for young and old. Stop by and take home a memory. Visit Val at our booth by Artista, 38 W. Main St. on Friday, Sept. 22 for a preshow with live music and then Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23-24.
The DustyBlues August Newsletter is now available on line.
Please click this link to read with Acrobat viewer. August 2017 DustyBlues Newsletter
Nostalgia Art Exhibit by Val and Dusty Scott at DustyBlues Art Gallery - Now until July 31st
DustyBlues Art Gallery, 14775 State Route 664 South, Logan; 3 miles south of Logan on SR664 “On the road to Old Man’s Cave” Gallery – www.DustyBlues.com - Phone - 740-385-5830; 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Val and Dusty’s exhibit features a diverse portfolio of photos that recall the nostalgia of yesteryear including farming, bridges, trucks, old equipment and shotgun shacks. Displayed mediums are on canvas, framed art and matted arts, all in various sizes, black and white as well as full color.
Come join us!
Our July Newsletter is now available. Please click on the link to view this.
The DustyBlues June Newsletter is now available Here
Dusty's Latest Blog - Click Here to read.
The DustyBlues May Newsletter is now available. Click here to read. Thanks!!
Val's latest Blog - Feel the excitement
Our Newsletter for this month is now on-line.
Our Latest Blog Post: Wild Flowers & Waterfalls
Read our latest Blog post: Rocky Road
We just published our latest Blog describing our hiking adventures in nature's paradise. Please Click here to read and enjoy!
We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Gallery and Studio! We have relocated to the Hocking Hills of Southeastern Ohio, a nature's paradise. We would be honored to have you stop by and see our art work.
Our address is:
DustyBlues LLC Art Gallery
14775 State Route 664 South
Logan, Ohio 43138
Gallery Phone: 740.385.5830
We are 3 miles south of Logan on State Route 664
Please browse our on-line galleries and we will be adding more content as time and photographic opportunities permit.
We have been quite busy with our commercial photography and capturing the beauty of many log homes in the area.
Val & Dusty Scott
Just posted a new blog article on a recent photographic adventure and insights into image creation: Mood and Moment!
Val and Dusty Scott at DustyBlues affirm our continuing transformation of awareness in the revolution and enhancement of our growth while furthering essential and gratifying involvement, and cultivating peace and happiness with our persistent exploration and observation.
We are constantly striving to develop and bring forth our unique interpretations of our visions to convey life’s gestures, tones, texture, harmony of colors, geometric patterns, and so much more that appears perfectly aesthetic in our mind’s eye. Many times these expressions are so fleeting and sublime that once gone, never reappear in the same manner again. Other moments have the special capacity to endure over intervals as a continuum of cultural forms and experience.
In our work we tell stories of our intimate bond with the folks and the many places where we have developed an affinity with the earth. We endeavor to depict these intimate moments with cherished impressions inherent in such natural allure. We seek to impart the devotion and sense of obligation that invigorates us as we reflect on those magical moments that transform each of our spirits.
We capture these images as a means to convey this aesthetic that cannot be described otherwise, and by using the perceptible intrinsic and essential beauty as expressive allegories, forging images of ambience and conditions that individually provide the essential spirit of our beings.
Val and Dusty Scott
Publication Credits - Our work has been featured by:
DustyBlues U.S. Fine Art Installations
Residential, Commercial and Public Collections in:
Global Art Installations:
Corporate Art Installations: