The opening night for any event or show is one filled with breathless anticipation, joyful moments, and finally a feeling of accomplishment after the guests have left and there is nothing but the remains of the excitement that once was.
Capturing the emotional charge of nights like those is a tough task for anyone, but Ohio artist Andrew Van Sickle has crafted a way to bring together the initial celebration of Cincinnati landmarks such as the Roebling bridge and Music hall with a unique pop art sensibility and color palette.
Known for his eclectic sensibility his work not only hangs in Fabulous Frames & Art but is also featured in the private collections of Hollywood socialites such as Tara Reid and Paris Hilton. His print of Music Hall’s opening night includes over 300 individual colors.
His iconic-based work is heavily influenced by an early love of cartoons, Roy Lichtenstein, and a stint running an art studio alongside Andy Warhol’s older brother Paul Warhola.
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