Common Space Centers for Creativity
Common Space 1 - Resident Artists & Groups
Common Space Too - Resident Artists & Groups
Common Space Too Photo Gallery
ACLEW Classes & Programs
Kids Workshops 2015
ACLEW Support & Funding
Seven Eagles Historical Education Center
Cricket Frog Pond
Native American Longhouse
Log House Settlement circa 1800
Programs & Tours
Seven Eagles Photo Gallery
To Abstract: Multimedia Art
Art Gallery Sales, Etc.
East African Artwork
Middle East Artwork
Kids’ Creativity Summer Camps
Information / Frequently Asked Questions
Contact Us / Directions
Get Involved / Volunteer Opportunities
Pay It Forward Internationally
Common Space Too, occupies the former Martin Elementary School on the corner of Hill Ave. and Holland-Sylvania Rd. Since its occupancy in 1992, the art center has been filled with artists and groups working in a variety of media, and the grounds have been transformed from grassy fields to beautiful, rare and exotic gardens by artist Roger Zielinski. A stroll through the gardens will take you into a naturally growing fairyland. Roses, orchids, plants and vegetables of all kinds are locally propagated and grown for sale to the public. Roger can be seen at many of the area’s Farmers Markets providing wholesome vegetables and plants for indoors and out. 'Raising Rarities' is Roger’s website that offers the hardy orchid enthusiast the Cypripedium species, known commonly as hardy 'Lady's-Slipper Orchids'. For further information on the gardens, produce, nursery or hardy terrestrial orchids, contact Roger at; email@example.com and he will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Seven Eagles Historical Education and EARTH Center, owned and operated by the Arts Council Lake Erie West (Common Space), provides nature, the arts, history and the humanities. Whether you explore the historic buildings of the 1600s to 1840s, discover the culture of the Woodland Indians, Trappers, Traders, and Pioneer Settlers or visit Cricket Frog Pond and go fishing or canoeing, you'll be sure to enjoy this amazing place!