For the past six years, Julie and Jeff Hinkel, owners of Voltage Furniture, have shown the work of Associate Professor Emeritus Tony Kawanari’s students in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) Industrial Design program.
Mark Gilsdorf crafts his own tools to forge his modern metal work.
This Friday, July 8: The art’s on in Linwood.
To get an idea of the behind-the-scenes magic of Shoppe Class, we talked to Julie Otten, the mind and force behind it, and her husband Billy, the other half of her at-home "team" working to make the classes possible.
Carol Ann’s Carousel is 32 custom-commissioned paintings, 44 hand-crafted wooden figures to (merrily) ride upon, lights, and more, all encased in a brand new glass structure.
Winter doldrums, be gone!
Contain your stuff in style with storage cubes from Simple Wood Goods.
Fern sells art—much of it just happens to be in the form of house plants.
Is Fort Thomas "the Hyde Park of Northern Kentucky"?
Clever repurposing turned a College Hill firehouse into a home.