Summer is a transitional time for many people — graduations, job changes, or marriage are all reasons why people move during the summer. If you are leaving Cincinnati, or know someone who is, why not commemorate the time spent in the Queen City with some Cincinnati-themed art? At Fabulous Frames & Art, we have a wide selection of artwork that celebrates aspects of Cincinnati’s past and present, from photographs to limited-edition prints, and from coffee table books to playing cards.
Below are several whimsical interpretations of Cincinnati by local artists Dawna Boehmer, Bev Erschell and JoAnne Honschopp:
We commissioned artist Robert Roflow to create this limited-edition print, showing an unusual back view of of the Art Deco Cincinnati Union Terminal:
Cincinnati artist Myra Baumes is known for her soft images of Cincinnati’s landmarks and its many distinct neighborhoods:
James Blakeway is a national photographer who has shot two definitive panoramas of the Queen City, one at night and one during the day:
J. Miles Wolf is a local photographer who specializes in architectural photography, as is evidenced by this precisely captured view of downtown Cincinnati as seen from Northern Kentucky:
We also carry a selection of Cincinnati souvenirs by J. Miles Wolf, including books, puzzles and playing cards:
Finally, why not celebrate a college graduation with a distinguished wooden desk box featuring the graduating senior’s alma mater?
Fabulous Frames & Art is a family-owned custom frame shop and print gallery with five locations in the Cincinnati, Ohio area.
We are the world’s largest dealer in the work of Charley Harper, and also carry the work of his wife Edie Harper, their son Brett Harper, and other artists including John Ruthven, G. Harvey, John Stobart, Mort Kunstler, Michael Blaser, and Charles Frace, among many others.