Cincinnati, 1960
Union Terminal built 1928
Tyler Davidson fountain 1895
Streetcar by the 20th Century Theater, Oakley 1952
There were 5 inclines around Cincinnati
Over the Rhine Canal
And of course Crosley Field
An adventure in Cincinnati history through art
Founders’ Week
To advance the knowledge and love of visual art through education and fellowship
Our Mission . . .
The Cincinnati Art Club supports the growth of artists and the art they produce to enrich our community.
The art to be submitted can be derived from historic works related to our founders. It can be portraits or representations of Club functions, past or present.
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This historic exhibition will be hung in the Wessel Gallery. For maximum exposure the exhibition will have a ticketed opening reception. Additional receptions for specific organizations The Gallery will be open daily for two weeks (except Mondays). A volunteer staff will maintain and have the gallery open to the public on a daily basis, Tuesday through Sunday.
Additional events and exposure for your art. . .
Or, you can choose to create original art that depicts the history, cultural, and artistic development of this great city.
Almost all of us have painted the Roebling Bridge, but what about the construction?
The funds raised during this Founders Week Event will help sustain programs and future initiative of the Cincinnati Art Club.
Through an art exhibit we will celebrate the history of the Cincinnati Art Club and how it is married to the history of the city of Cincinnati. The exhibit will be held in the Wessel Gallery opening March 7, 2020, and running through March 20th.
The primary fund raising event is a fine art juried competition based on history. . .
There are so many possibilities!
Paint the landscapes, landmarks that are still standing and have withstood the test of time. Paint what you think is unique to the Cincinnati area Paint the scenes of people, places, things that say Cinci to you – past and present Enter up to 3 works in any medium - All artwork must be original & for sale
Confused on what to paint?
Cincinnati, 1960
Union Terminal built 1928
Tyler Davidson fountain 1895
Streetcar by the 20th Century Theater, Oakley 1952
There were 5 inclines around Cincinnati
Over the Rhine Canal
And of course Crosley Field
click to enlarge
An adventure in Cincinnati history through art
To advance the knowledge and love of visual art through education and fellowship
Our Mission . . .
The Cincinnati Art Club supports the growth of artists and the art they produce to enrich our community.
The funds raised during this Founders Week Event will help sustain programs and future initiative of the Cincinnati Art Club.
The primary fund raising event is a fine art juried competition based on history. . .
Through an art exhibit we will celebrate the history of the Cincinnati Art Club and how it is married to the history of the city of Cincinnati. The exhibit will be held in the Wessel Gallery opening March 7, 2020, and running through March 20th. The art to be submitted can be derived from historic works related to our founders. It can be portraits or representations of Club functions, past or present.
Or, you can choose to create original art that depicts the history, cultural, and artistic development of this great city.
There are so many possibilities!
Almost all of us have painted the Roebling Bridge, but what about the construction?
Confused on what to paint?
Paint the landscapes, landmarks that are still standing and have withstood the test of time. Paint what you think is unique to the Cincinnati area Paint the scenes of people, places, things that say Cinci to you – past and present Enter up to 3 works in any medium -
All artwork must be original & for sale