Welcome Andrew Van Sickle

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.

"Roebling Bride" By: Andrew Van Sickle

“Roebling Bridge 1866”
By: Andrew Van Sickle

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.

"Music Hall Opening Night" By Andrew Van Sickle

“The Opening NIght of  Music Hall 1878”
By Andrew Van Sickle

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.

"Fountain Square 1866" By Andrew Van Sickle

“Fountain Square 1866”
By Andrew Van Sickle

To have an exclusive chance to own one of your own prints visit the 4th street location of fabulous frames!

The Genius of Water: Cincinnati’s Tyler Davidson Fountain

Liberty Bonds -- Fountain Square, 1918 by Frank McElwain

Liberty Bonds -- Fountain Square, 1918 by Frank McElwain

The historic Tyler Davidson Fountain, also known as the Genius of Water, in the heart of downtown Cincinnati’s Fountain Square, is one of the best known and most beloved area landmarks. It is also the site of live concerts and movie screenings during the summer and ice skating during the winter. Here are at Fabulous Frames & Art, we are proud to offer a selection of prints showcasing this historic Cincinnati icon.

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Beverly Erschell’s Cityscapes at Cincinnati Art Galleries

Razzmatazz by Beverly Erschell

Razzmatazz by Beverly Erschell

Here at Fabulous Frames & Art, we are always proud to announce when one of the artists we represent is in an exhibit. Beverly Erschell, beloved painted of Cincinnati and its many architectural landmarks, is currently showing several of her whimsical Cincinnati-centric paintings in the exhibit Classic Contemporary Landscapes currently at the Cincinnati Art Galleries at 225 East 6th St. downtown. The group show is on view through April 29th, 2011.

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Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade 2011

Crosley Field 1940 by P. Miraglia

Crosley Field 1940 by P. Miraglia

The start of baseball season is almost upon us, and this coming Thursday is practically a all-Cincinnati holiday, when thousands of people turn out for the Reds Opening Day Parade 2011. The parade kicks off at 10:30am on Thursday, March 31st. Parade starts at Findlay Market on Race Street. To add to the celebration, here is a sampling of baseball-themed art available at Fabulous Frames & Art!

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Images of Cincinnati by JoAnne Honschopp

Music Hall Panorama by JoAnne Honschopp

Music Hall Panorama by JoAnne Honschopp

Cincinnatians, stop by the Fabulous Frames & Art downtown gallery at 17 West 4th St. to see a display of originals paintings by acclaimed Cincinnati-area artist JoAnne Honschopp. From Over-the-Rhine’s Music Hall to the Roebling Bridge, from riverboats to the Genius of Water (the Tyler Davidson Fountain), JoAnne captures her subjects in bold brushstrokes and vivid colors. Her work is the perfect antidote to our dreary winter weather!
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Copper Sculptures by Woody Woodill

sculptural copper painting by Woody Woodill

Fabulous Frames & Art is well-known for a vast selection of framed and unframed prints, by renowned artists such as Charley Harper and John Ruthven. But, did you know that we also carry copper sculptures by Lexington-based Woody Woodill? Woodill’s abstract pieces are wall-hung and almost two-dimensional, resembling paintings more than sculpture. Their textures and colors are breathtakingly rich; stop by our downtown gallery to see Woodill’s work in person!

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