This is Part Three of my series on the Essex Studios Art Walk held in Cincinnati, Ohio this past weekend. If you missed Part One and Two…go here. I wandered through a large warehouse for a couple of hours taking photos and talking with artists.
This was painted on one of the hallway walls…
As I mentioned in my previous post, I enjoyed viewing the artists’ studios because viewed as a whole, they seemed to be a piece of art and they reflected the artists’ personalities.
Loved the color and the spectator’s stance.
The darkened wood grain of the floor was quite visually stimulating…
Great placement of this beautiful painting…
Notice the glass block reflected in the window…
Cool paintings! One of them is on a door.
Anyone could add to this drawing…
That finishes our tour of the Essex Studio Art Walk! I hope you enjoyed it!
- Borderland Visual Arts Open Studios – for your diary (insideoutart.co.uk)
- Brother, Can You Spare $2 Billion?: Is Artist Peter Fend an Autodidactic Genius or a Globetrotting Gadfly? (galleristny.com)
- Introducing Colorful Glass Tile Blocks For Window, Shower & Wall Projects From Innovate Building Solutions. (prweb.com)
- First Friday sells art, but who’s buying? (indysphere.com)
- Essex Studios Art Walk – Part Two (travelspirit333.com)
- Essex Studios Art Walk – Part One (travelspirit333.com)