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Our May Downtown Doggie Day takes place on Saturday the 4th, between the hours of 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.
Fabulous Frames and Art is thrilled to partner with local artist Marc Wavra for a series of in-store pet portrait events at our downtown Cincinnati 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″x15″ stretched canvases are a brilliant alternative to the standard animal 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. Don’t live in the Cincinnati area? Never fear! Marc can also work off of your high quality photograph.
For more information, or to schedule a sitting, please contact us at: 513.579.9998 or email@example.com.
Be sure to check out the gallery for a few adorable examples of his work. Enjoy!
Fabulous Frames and Art
17 West Fourth Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45225
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
Humans love, revere and rely on animals to such an extent that an Earth bereft of their presence is unthinkable. Through the ages, we have eagerly shown our affection and awe for our four-legged friends via every available art form, from cave paintings to Egyptian tombs; the Medieval Bestiary to Art Noveau architecture. More recently, we have had the Minimal Realism of Charley Harper and the wildlife art of John Ruthven. If you love the idea but want something thoroughly contemporary and fun, that speaks to both your proclivity for color and dedication to your best feline or canine pal, then the work of Brooklyn-based artist Dean Russo is for you. His 8 x 10 portraits give a unique and bold pop art spin to a wide variety of dog (and cat) breeds. His animals, looking out from behind real eyes, are peculiarly soulful. Check out the gallery for just some of the Russo images that we carry.