Dog Moon Bear

Katie Swartz is a native Ohioan and a full time art teacher at a community school in Bond Hill. She has been throwing pots steadily for about six years now. Her creative efforts are split between ceramics and crochet and she credits her travel and relationships as being highly influential to her work. Swartz has … Continue reading

Jazz Paintings Opening Saturday, June 8th

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This weekend for Northside Second Saturdays we are excited to partner up with our neighbor, Visionaries and Voices, to bring you “Jazz Paintings.” The weather is looking to be glorious, so it’ll be a perfect night to take a stroll down Hamilton Ave. Signing every piece of art ‘Romando Love as Manny Love’ Manny embodies … Continue reading

Love Kills.

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“I asked my psychiatrist to look at my cartoons, and he said: ‘Not now — I’m going through an existential crisis.’ Maybe he was right not to look. My cartoons reveal the treachery of love, sex and trust and make my viewers laugh at the demons hiding in the dark places of their minds.” Brian … Continue reading

Celebrating Three Years!!!

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We’ll be celebrating our three year anniversary with an opening reception for our new show Tabula Rasa.  Tabula Rasa is a small collection of painted illustrations by Sara Gelbert, which represent the awe of nature after half a decade in an urban environment. The neglected becomes essential. Ignored details are the focus. The natural beauty … Continue reading

Joy-ridden

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Be riddled with joy. Celebrate life. All of it. The reason to celebrate is here and now and everywhere. Then spread your joy around so others can revel in it. This gathering of needle-worked photos and assemblages is a little glimpse at how Abby Langdon (abbydid) looks at the world. “My intent is to be … Continue reading

Natural Logic

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This month Fabricate features the opening reception for Natural Logic, Works by Emily Moorhead, on Saturday, December 10th from 6-10 PM. Emily Moorhead lives and works in Ohio. In 2010, she received her MFA in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts from Washington University in St. Louis. Moorhead has already been included in various exhibitions including: Time-Sensitive at … Continue reading

Bluebelles: Life Magazine Portraits From The Mid 20th Century

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This month Fabricate features the opening reception for Bluebelles: Life Magazine Portraits From The Mid 20th Century. What was forgotten in a dusty corner of an old bookstore in downtown Cincinnati is discovered once again, breathing life back into the iconic Life magazine cover. Using meticulous stencil design and spray paint, Bluebelles takes images of … Continue reading

Darling Black-Hearted Boy

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This month Fabricate features the opening reception for Darling Black-Hearted Boy, featuring works by David Armacost, on Saturday, August 13th from 7–11 PM. When Armacost was a child he dabbled in art, but wasn’t especially talented or interested at that age. He was much more enthralled with reading and engrossing himself in literature. He had … Continue reading

soft

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This month Fabricate features the opening reception for Soft on Saturday, June 11th from 7–11 p.m. About the artist: Arynn Blazer was born in Maryland and raised in Cincinnati. She likes to think that the moon has everything to do with her birth. “It was the moon that led my father to Houston where he … Continue reading

An Evening With Richard

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This month Fabricate features the opening reception for An Evening with Richard: Works by James Judd on Saturday, March 12 from 7–11 p.m. Colorful, yet sometimes grimy, creatures populate the work of Indiana born artist Mamus. His design sense has been created by the corn fields that surrounded him growing up, playing Sega and Nintendo … Continue reading