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Posted on Sep 2 by

Happy Labor Day!   I will be selling artwork at a members appreciation party poolside tonight.   Temperatures are only climbing to the low seventies.   One of the hottest summer’s I have experienced and now this just a few days later.   Welcome to Ohio, right? I have a few shows lined up this month.    I sure hope to see you out at one of the fairs.   I will be at the beautiful Anderson, Ohio Beechmont Park on the 17th for their annual, A Fair of the Arts.   Best place to be!!!   The next weekend come up to lovely Olde Worthington for a treat.   Blocks, very long blocks)  will be filled with fresh farm foods, fresh prepared foods, homemade crafts, soaps, art, and antiques and collectibles.    If you have never been to Worthington, now is the time to get there.  September 24th find me.   71 north to 315N to Worthington Road/161.   Head east and park at the High School.  The shuttle is quick and free.  See my Locations tab for details I have been working on a new design and have several in...


RED DOOR PROJECT Celebrates Second Year

Posted on Feb 10 by

  Two years ago Barbara Houser, a photographer with a full time job decided to ‘borrow’ empty store fronts and empty rooms to turn them into galleries.  The fact that each gallery could be sold or rented did not deter her from inviting artists to showcase their art work.  Each gallery opening turned an empty storefront into a gallery.  Great idea for the neighborhood, great idea for the artists. This year on the 25th of February you will find ‘Series” opening at the Contemporary Art Center.  I am still deciding what series I may enter.   Perhaps my large plates on the wall and on easels would be the series I will submit.  Let me think about...



Posted on Feb 10 by

Where can you find the world’s largest collection of local artists under one roof?  The Pendleton Art Center in downtown Cincinnati houses over 200 artists.   The beautiful eight story factory was built in 1909.  The shoe factory building has a rich history and retained the original brick architecture, the passenger elevator, the pine floors and grand eight foot arched windows. Large wooden beams can be seen in the high ceilings of our art studios. The freight elevator and some studios are gated rooms. Every month we open our doors to the public on the last Friday night and the Saturday afternoon following.   We love to share our newest creations with art lovers.   Our visitors walk the original wooden stair case from floor to floor, drinking wine, chatting with artists and snacking.   You can call the passenger elevator to pick you up.  The elevator operator carries you from floor to floor with a friendly smile. The Pendleton Art Center is located on Pendleton Street, just off of Rt 42. We are nestled at the end of a short two block street....