A Secret Garden

Kateri Sparough moved to Northside when she was five. She is the daughter of a professional juggler and a fiber arts teacher, so experimentation and fascination with texture are in her blood. Sparough has traveled to nearly all the fifty states and has been to France, Italy, Rome, Venice, Greece, Sweden and Germany. It was during … Continue reading

A Compendium of Cross-Stitch

Sarah P. Fisher is a native of Akron, Ohio. She attended Oberlin College, where she graduated with a BA in Art Appreciation (aka: Art History). Having no idea what to do with such a degree, she spent the next year working and traveling in Europe. With the economy collapsing and a useless degree, she eventually … Continue reading

Handmade Love

The store has been pretty busy today with new and old faces coming in from the cold.  Someone dropped off a little mystery package for Fabricate in the middle of it all and inside were these gems!  A note inside asked us to pass these little gifts along to our customers as a part of … Continue reading

Happy New You

Please join us for the opening reception of  HAPPY NEW YOU featuring new works by James Schenck on Saturday, January 14th, 2012 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. HAPPY NEW YOU is a body of work centering around the ideas of regret and renewal as we enter a season of resolutions. While we take stock, … Continue reading

Natural Logic

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

Two-Year Anniversary Show: Cintessential

We made it!  Come celebrate with us at the opening reception of our anniversary show. cin·tes·sen·tial[sin-tuh-sen-shuhl] adjective 1. of the pure and essential essence of something utterly Cincinnati: the cintessential chili parlour. 2. of or pertaining to the most perfect embodiment of something Cincinnati: the cintessential walk to the ballpark on Red’s opening day. 3. … Continue reading

We Are Nowhere And It’s Now

This month Fabricate features the opening reception for “We Are Nowhere And It’s Now” on Saturday, October 8th from 6-10 PM. Mixed Media Paintings + Sculpture by Lizz Godfroy (Lily In Flux) In 1998, Lizz Godfroy went on a road trip across the country with her mom. She’d been dying to see the open road … Continue reading

Bluebelles: Life Magazine Portraits From The Mid 20th Century

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

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

Kevin Pogo Curtis

This month Fabricate features the opening reception for Over The Fence: Views and Objects from Places You’re Not Really Supposed to Be. Saturday, July 9th – 7 to 11 PM. Most people tend to stick to the beaten path, take the quickest route from point A to point B, and strictly obey the signs warning … Continue reading