Serving the Ohio Valley for over 20 years


264 Main Street
PO Box 2208
Wintersville, OH 43953

Store hours

Mon. - Thurs. 10am to 8pm
Fri. 10am to 6pm
Sat. 9am to 2pm

Contact Us

Phone: 740-264-3111
Fax: 740-264-6078

CMAzing One Day Sale: Saturday, April 5!

Saturday, April 5, 2014

You’ve NEVER seen a sale this huge at CMA! We’re celebrating the end of a long winter and the start of spring by giving you the chance to save big! In addition to special sale prices, we’re going to have special activities for kids throughout the day.

Huge savings throughout the store:

Up to 75 percent off storewide!

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Next Paint and Sip – April 11 6:30PM


Our next paint and sip class, titled “A Rainy Day in Paris,” is scheduled for Friday, April 11 at 6:30pm. If you would like to take part in this class, call us at 740-264-3111 to register today! 

If you’ve never been to one of our paint n sip classes, you’re sure to have a great time! We provide everything you need for your painting – all you have to bring is your favorite beverage.

These classes, taught by art instructor Gerald Van Scyoc, are designed for anyone – even if you’ve never painted before, you will complete the painting in one evening. Our participants have a great time in a relaxed, group atmosphere.

What are you waiting for? Sign up today!


Paint and Sip Classes

Variable Schedule, Friday evenings throughout the year
(customized classes can be scheduled)
Ages 21+
Cost: $40.00 per session

Teacher: Gerald Van Scyoc


Our ongoing series of Paint and Sip classes have quickly become a favorite for folks all around the Steubenville / Wintersville / Weirton area and beyond.  

Held on Friday evenings at 6:30 usually once a month, students complete a painting in a few hours while enjoying their favorite beverages and snacks. 

We are also able to schedule a customized class to suit your needs. If you’d like to get a group of 5-10 friends together, feel free to call us at 740-264-3111 to schedule your own session.

We look forward to seeing you at the next Paint ‘n Sip!


March Art Show Artist: Jacob Bucy

FunkedelicWe are pleased to announce a new artist taking part in the monthly art show. The center is showcasing art work from local artists each month and making the work available for purchase. The artist for March is Jacob Bucy.

Jacob’s work focuses on color, imagination, and expression. He does not use brushes, chemicals, or water, but rather ordinary house paint of various brands. The paintings start as drip paintings and he manipulates the canvas, adding color until his desired effect is achieved.

Bucy’s artwork has been featured throughout West Virginia, from the Tamarack in Beckley and the Art Emporium in Charleston to the Stifel Fine Arts Center in Wheeling. Some of his pieces have received honors from Arts Link of New Martinsville as well as the Monroe artists’ annual juried exhibition. His influences include Jackson Pollack, Mark Rothko, and Jasper Johns.

The current show will run through March 28 and is open to the public for free viewing during business hours at the center.

Area artists interested in showcasing their work in future shows may contact the center at (740) 264-3111.

Picture: Funkedelic by Jacob Bucy.

Gerald Van Scyoc speaker at Wintersville Women’s Club

geraldwintersvillewomenclub Some insight on the creative process is what members of the GFWC/Ohio Woman’s Club of Wintersville got when they welcomed Gerald Van Scyoc as the guest speaker at the Feb. 20 meeting held at St. Florian Hall in Wintersville.

A Wheeling native, Van Scyoc got interested in art during high school and went on to study art and graphic design. Oil painting, he said, is his favorite medium.

Beyond paints and brushes, though, any kind of creativity is a good thing, in Van Scyoc’s estimation. There’s room for creativity in most any activity, from cooking to household improvement projects, from cards to scrapbooking.

“To me creativity is something to be open to, to allow yourself to be inspired and to put it in to whatever you do,” he said.

Read more from the Herald Star article online.