Our May Downtown Doggie Day is Almost Here

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 alicia@fabframes.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


Counting Down to Valentine’s Day with Charley Harper, #6: Love on a Limb

Love on a Limb by Charley Harper

Love on a Limb by Charley Harper

“Whether man or monkey, we have a hard time living with each other and a harder time living without each other. Hopeful of acceptance, dreading rejection, we offer our love on a leash, loathe to go out on a limb and say, “be my valentine!”

Counting Down to Valentine’s Day with Charley Harper, #7: Lovey Dovey

Charley Harper Lovey Dovey

Charley Harper Lovey Dovey

“Long distance is the next best thing to being there. But a dove in love would rather reach out and touch someone. Spring is in the air and all lines are busy with local calls as the wooing and cooing commences.”-Charley Harper

Britto for the Holidays

Black Friday is almost here! Romero Britto’s colorful, exuberant designs make wonderful gifts for almost everyone on your list. We have new items in stock, just in time for the annual Great American Shopping Frenzy that happens the day after Thanksgiving. Watch the slideshow for a sneak peek of some of the new pieces.

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Romero Britto items are available at our following Cincinnati-area locations:

Fabulous Frames & Art-Downtown

17 West Fourth Street

Cincinnati, Ohio 45202


Fabulous Frames & Art-Montgomery

10817 Montgomery Road

Cincinnati, Ohio 45242


Todd Oldham + Fishs Eddy=Another Charley Harper Dishware Line. This Time, it’s All About the Birds!

The newest collaboration between designer Todd Oldham and New York-based dishware company Fishs Eddy, featuring the work of our beloved Charley Harper, is finally available. We say finally only because we have been excitedly waiting for this day since first hearing about the second line over six months ago. The initial collection was inspired by Charley’s Ford Times fish prints; the follow-up line is based on his Ford Times birds. His clean, sharp style of minimal realism is the perfect adornment for, well, just about anything. Including home goods. We carry the complete line at all of our Cincinnati locations and on-line at www.fabframes.com. Sounds intriguing, right? Be sure to check out the gallery for all of the new pieces. Enjoy!

Photo Source: Fishs Eddy.

Magic of the City II by Bev Erschell

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.

Magic of the City II by Bev Erschell

Magic of the City II by Bev Erschell