Expressive & Colorful Paintings by Joanne Honschopp at the Baker Hunt Arts & Cultural Center

Here at Fabulous Frames & Art, we are pleased as punch to announce that Joanne Honschopp, one of the Cincinnati artists whose work we represent, is currently exhibiting her exuberantly hued paintings at the Baker Hunt Arts & Cultural Center in Covington, KY. The public is cordially invited to the closing reception this Friday, September 10th, 5-7 PM.

The Baker Hunt Arts & Cultural Center is a private foundation dedicated to education, culture and the arts, located at 620 Greenup Street in Covington, KY, just across the Ohio River from downtown Cincinnati. It offers classes in drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, quilting, language, dance and yoga for children and adults, serving more than 1,500 students each year. Programming also includes workshops, lectures, and art exhibits.

JoAnne Honschopp studied fine art at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and later at Yale University. She also spent time in Europe as a Wilder Scholar before setting up her studio in the Pendleton Art Center in Cincinnati. She is well-known for her vividly colored and richly textured paintings and prints of Cincinnati landmarks such as Roebling Bridge, Union Terminal, Paul Brown Stadium, riverboats, and the downtown skyline.

Genius of Waters by Joanne Honschopp

Genius of Waters by Joanne Honschopp

Towers in Time by Joanne Honschopp

Towers in Time by Joanne Honschopp

Great American Ballpark by Joanne Honschopp

Great American Ballpark by Joanne Honschopp

Gateway Cincinnati by Joanne Honschopp

Gateway Cincinnati by Joanne Honschopp

Skyline of Colors by Joanne Honschopp

Skyline of Colors by Joanne Honschopp

Mt. Adams Incline by Joanne Honschopp

Mt. Adams Incline by Joanne Honschopp

Landmark Tribute by Joanne Honschopp

Landmark Tribute by Joanne Honschopp

Twins & Sparkles by Joanne Honschopp

Twins & Sparkles by Joanne Honschopp

Fabulous Frames & Art is a family-owned business with five locations in the Cincinnati area. We specialize in the work of Charley Harper and well as Cincinnati art and custom-framing.

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