Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Pendleton E-Brochure

Pendleton Art Center
1310 Pendleton Street, Cincinnati, OH


Final Friday Gallery Walks: studio walks are the Final Friday of each month from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Studios of the Pendleton Art Center are open to the public, giving guests the opportunity to view creative art space, as well as purchase one-of-a-kind artwork directly from artists.
 Art In Action : The Saturday after the Final Friday of the month the PAC will be open for visitors to take another look at artwork they saw the night before. The hours for AIA Saturday are 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

Final Friday Gallery Walk Schedule 
for 2014:
Art In Action Schedule 
for 2014:
January 31
February 28 
March 1
March 28 
March 29
April 25 
April 26
May 30May 31
June 27 
June 28
July 25 
July 26
August 29 
August 30
September 26 
September 27
October 31 
November 1
November 28 
November 29
December 26 
December 27

Final Friday Parking & Map:

Valet Parking is available for $5 at the front door ot the Pendleton Art Center each Final Friday. 

Self Parking is limited on surrounding streets. Several pay lots on Sycamore Street at 12th and 13th are several blocks from the PAC. 

History Of The Building
The Krohn-Fecheimer Shoe Company built the building in 1909. In September 1991, The Verdin Company, the world's oldest and largest bell and clock manufacturer, opened the building close to their world headquarters to promote and showcase local artisans. With eight floors of studios featuring original pine floors, eight foot arched windows and over 200 artists, the Pendleton Art Center has grown to be the world's largest collection of artists under one roof. Visitors may enjoy the Pendleton Art Center the final friday of each month from 6-10 PM, or on 2nd look Saturday following final friday from 11 AM - 3 PM.

Need info? Call the Pendleton Art Center Hotline: 513-559-3958 Ext. 1257
1310 Pendleton Street Cincinnati, Ohio
Web Site:

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Saying Good-by, A beautiful Sunset by S'anna

Have you ever noticed how everything turns that reddish tone right as the sun has dropped below the horizon?  I decided to explore just that this time in the painting below.  When I first set it in, everything was so monotone...RED.  

wasn't happy with yesterday's results so I set to work on it this morning.  I think it looks a lot better in this finished form.  I love the use of contrast on a painting and usually I use extreme color contrast to achieve what I want. But for this painting, I wanted the contrast to be more subtle, so I incorporated a little yellow and some clean pink. I like the final results, but would love to hear what you think.

Beautiful painting of that moment when the sun has dropped below the horizon and everything is pink.
Saying Good-by
8 x 10
Oil on Canvas Panel

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Looking West #4...Update

The fourth sunset in the new series; Local Sunsets is one finished. I added a little more coral/pink and really Ike the way it now stands out. The next two sunsets will be looking West  from the east side of Cincinnati. This way the city is more of a silhouette n front.of the sunset. 

Till later

Suzzannna Frank

Friday, February 14, 2014

Cincinnati Sunset...New painting by S'anna

I decided to start the next phase of my Local Sunset series. This  is a 6x8 oil painting of the sun setting behind downtown Cincinnati.  My plan is to come back to it tomorrow after it has a little time to setup.

Have a safe and warm afternoon.

Suzzanna Frank

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Looking West #4

This is the fourth sunset in the new series; Local Sunset.  This was also from the hill overlooking Covington.  I have really enjoyed working in these four pieces. I'll let the oil setup. Little this evening ang go back to this piece to add the final touches in the morning.

I have been staying close to home this week in order to pay special attention to my newest family member. On Saturday I was able to pick up Sherry. (Special Thanks to my neighbor for driving)

Sherry is a little more than five years old. She was posted on Petfinder and that adorable face said come and get me. We are adapting to each other and having a great time doing it. She is fine with me painting in the dinning room but she can't see me from her perch on the couch when I'm in the studio. Every couple of minutes she is up checking on me, so.the dinning room table has been cleared off this week just for her.

Hope you are staying warm and dry.

Suzzanna Frank

Friday, February 7, 2014

Looking West #3 by Suzzanna Frank

Looking West #3
Oil on Museum Quality Panel
Suzzanna Frank Fine Art

This is the third painting in this new series of sunsets.  I am still in the same location, on the hill near my home, I just shifted a little so it was possible to include the wall and pine tree.  I hope to be able to finish one more piece from this location and then move on down the street in order to get in a few with the Cincinnati Skyscape included. More snow is scheduled for tomorrow so will have to see how things go .

Till Later

Suzzanna Frank

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Final Friday



What a great FINAL Friday at the Pendleton Art Center.  A short break between winter storms and lots of people were out last night trying to enjoy it. If you missed last nights fun why not stop on by this afternoon for AIA from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Have a great day

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