Fabulous Frames & Art is thrilled to partner with local artist Marc Wavra for a series of in-store pet events at our downtown Cincinnati, Ohio location. His exceptional skill as an art photographer, combined with his love of all animals, makes him the ideal person to bring out your pet’s unique personality.
His custom 15″ x 15″ stretched canvases are a brilliant alternative to the standard portraits offered at pet stores. A session lasts approximately 5-10 minutes and results in a treasured image that is both a keepsake and a work of art.
Please join us for this special occasion. We will be serving light refreshments (treats and water) for your furry friends. If you require a sitting at a specific time, reservations are recommended. Walk-ins are welcome on a first come first served basis.
EVENT: Downtown Doggie Day
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2012
LOCATION: Fabulous Frames & Art
ADDRESS: 17 West 4th Street/Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the paintings we are about to share with you are worth significantly more. We are honored to have eight Beverly Erschell originals on display at our downtown Cincinnati location: 17 West Fourth Street/Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. If you are in town, be sure to stop by the gallery to see the full show. For everyone else, we’ve put together a slideshow featuring five of the images. Enjoy!
Bev Erschell has released a new print. Titled Magic of the City II, it features an updated Cincinnati skyline, complete with the Queen City Tower in the background. Although you’ll immediately recognize it as an Erschell, the color palette is more vibrant (with greens, blues and oranges dominating, rather than her signature yellows) and the strokes are thicker. As usual, it is a lovely and distinctive evocation of our beloved city.
There’s a new Charley Harper mural going up in downtown Cincinnati. We are super excited to share a couple of images of this work-in-progress, as well as the artwork that inspired this amazing new piece of street art. We promise to keep you updated, and cannot wait to show you the final version as soon as it is finished.
Renowned Cincinnati artist C.F. Payne had the honor of creating the official poster for the 2012 World Choir Games, currently being held in our beautiful city. Featuring performers of many nationalities before a background of Queen City landmarks, rendered in his distinctive style, it simultaneously represents local and international pride, sportsmanship and camaraderie. Kudos to one of our favorite Cincinnatians for accepting and surpassing such an important challenge.
World Choir Games 2012 Poster by C.F. Payne-Image courtesy of the World Choir Games.
We cannot say enough nice things about the work of Cincinnati-based artist Kate Albert. Her highly individual style is instantly recognizable, making her representations of Cincinnati and its landmarks quite unlike anything else on the market. Her roots in The Queen City run deep: she’s a life-long local and a graduate of The University of Cincinnati. Kate is an artist to watch out for: that’s a pretty easy task these days, as her work is becoming increasingly available and acclaimed.
We are proud to carry three signed prints based on her original acrylics.
Local artist Myra Baumes is known for her charming Cincinnati neighborhood scenes. Although they often depict Cincinnati mainstays like The Blind Lemon and Mt. Adams Bar & Grill, as well as our city’s distinct skyline, her beautifully saturated urban scenes have universal appeal. Check out a sampling of her work in the slideshow! All of the pieces are available, framed, at our downtown location: 17 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Enjoy!