The 19th annual 20th Century Cincinnati Show was held this past weekend, February 23rd and 24th, at the Sharonville Convention Center. As always, we were there to represent the work of local legend and world-renowned artist, the late Charley Harper. Check out the gallery to see some of the amazing Harper work we had on hand!
Our first Downtown Doggie Day event of 2013 is just around the corner, this Saturday, March 2nd! Cincinnati artist Marc Wavra will be in the shop between 11:00 AM-2:00PM, camera in tow, to photograph your pets. He will turn your favorite image into a 15″x15″, artistically rendered, ready-to-hang stretched canvas keepsake. Don’t live in Cincinnati, or can’t make the date? No worries! Marc can work off of your high-quality photos, and he is available for appointments between our official events.
Call 513.579.9998 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins also welcome!
Fabulous Frames & Art
17 West Fourth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
“Put a fancy lace border around these barn owls and you could send them to your sweetie on February 14. “Be mine!” you could say, “I love you with all my hearts!” Or when you’re ready to pop the question: “Let’s owlope.” And on your anniversary: “You’re still as owlluring as ever.”
“Talk about a heavy date! It’s their big love scene-a gigantic, frantic, romantic antic in the Atlantic. It’s a titanic, oceanic courtship on the order of an earthquake. Look out for the bridal tidal wave as they sink to entwine in the brine. Humpback whales are colossal, but they’re docile, which is lucky for us but it’s mighty unlucky for them. While they practiced non-violence, we preached the golden rule and perfected the harpoon.”-Charley Harper
“A flock of flirting flamingos is pure, passionate, pink pandemonium-a frenetic flamingle-mangle-a discordant discotheque of delirious dancing, flamboyant feathers, and flamingo lingo.”-Charley Harper
“They see each other around the bird feeder all winter long, but one red-letter day in January they SEE each other. He offers her a sunflower seed (while she’s standing in them) and she accepts. As February Marches into April, the courtship quickens, and by the time the redbud’s in bloom, love is too. She weaves some leaves and twigs together, and just in time. As summer falls into winter, make sure you lay in enough sunflower seeds-an extra bag this year.”-Charley Harper