Pendleton Art Center
Ashland, KY Cincinnati, OH Rising Sun, IN
       
ASHLAND, KY CINCINNATI, OH MIDDLETOWN, OH RISING SUN, IN
1537 Winchester 1310 Pendleton Street 1105 Central Avenue 201 Main Street

CINCINNATI- JULY FINAL FRIDAY IS JULY 31, 205 6-10pm

ASHLAND AND MIDDLETOWN- AUGUST FIRST FRIDAY IS AUGUST 7, 5-9pm


The center strives to encourage and nurture artistic creativity, by providing a supportive and
inspiring environment for artists and by offering art exhibitions, events and educational
programs that raise public awareness and appreciation for the arts.

 

Best of the City 2009- Best Art Source
as recognized by Cincinnati Magazine


KENTUCKY AT A GLANCE

ASHLAND
First Fridays: 5-9 pm
Second Look Saturdays 11 am- 2pm


OHIO AT A GLANCE

CINCINNATI
Final Fridays: 6-10 pm

Art in Action-Saturday following Final Friday :11 am - 3 pm

MIDDLETOWN
First Fridays: 5-9 pm
Second Look Saturdays: 11 am - 2 pm



  INDIANA AT A GLANCE

RISING SUN
 First Fridays: 5-9 pm
 Second Look Saturdays: 10 am - 5 pm

 


artist of the month 2015


CINCINNATI, OHIO
1310 Pendleton Street

JANUARY Hope Pierson warehouse studio # 804A
FEBRUARY Carol Abbott warehouse studio # 507
MARCH Ivanka Lempisky warehouse studio # 401A
APRIL Joe Pearce warehouse studio # 509A
MAY Robbie Kemper warehouse studio #808
JUNE Charles Ross warehouse studio # 310
JULY Michael Dillingham Studios@ 510 studio # 100

Michael started painting while attending a program at United Cerebral Palsy in 2010 at age 14. From there he added a home studio
his parents Chris and Michelle made for him so he could paint at home. At Gamble Montessori High School Michael did ceramics
and painting at the Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center at Longworth Hall. After graduating high school he joined
Visionaries and Voices in Northside where he is one of the studio artists there, and expanded his art into fabrics.

Now, Michael has his own studio space at the 510 Gallery at the Pendleton Art Center in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.
Many people ask if Michael’s art is all his own. Yes, every brush stroke is his own, every part of the creative process is his own.

In Michael’s words,
“I like to make art, it is fun for me. When I graduated from high school I tried a lot of job programs, but I
didn’t want spend my day in workshops. I told my parents I want to make art. When someone buys a piece
of my art it makes me feel good. I think about where they will hang it, and I want people to
look at it and feel happy.My goal is to support myself with my art. When I think about what I want to paint,
I think of the Cincinnati
parks and trails where I ride my bike. I also think about the ocean,
and the gardens I have worked in.
Sometimes I paint characters from my favorite shows like “old school” Sesame Street.
I usually listen to
music while I paint, and I really like being in my studio at the Pendleton Art Center. It is quiet,
and I like to be around the other artists.

I hope you will come visit and see (and buy!) my pieces at my studio."

His website: https://michaelstudio100.wordpress.com/

His Facebook page: Michael at the PAC


AUGUST Martha Weber warehouse studio # 809
SEPTEMBER Rob Beckham warehouse studio # 200A
OCTOBER Nancy and Bruce Neville warehouse studio # 611A
NOVEMBER Joanne Honschopp warehouse studio # 811
DECEMBER Joanne Honschopp warehouse studio # 811


studio of the month 2015


MIDDLETOWN, OHIO
1105 Central Ave

2015


MARCH Sharon Kae Long studio# LL1
APRIL Contemporary Art of Sandy Reff studio #109 and Osmany Piedra studio #101
MAY Contemporary Art of Sandy Reff studio #109
JUNE
JULY Dogpatch Pix - Susan Gertz studio #114
AUGUST Artique studio #101
SEPTEMBER Artique 2 studio # 107
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER Paint & Panache Fine Art Studio studio # 104
DECEMBER Margie Homan studio #111