Kay Greenwald creates and manages Shell Sensations from her studio in Copley, Ohio. Her background in graphic communications has enabled her to utilize her conceptual and design skills to create outstanding, one-of-a-kind shell creations.
She creates a variety of gift items, custom-designed mirrors, and picture frames ~
Her unique signature jewelry and hair accessories are created with an upbeat and
Elegant style. She also has a line of whimsical and unique Christmas ornaments.
Kay has been commissioned to design pieces for offices, resorts and private residences!
He is just too cute….I mean scary!
“I love socializing and constantly networking with new people. It fills a void in a career that can otherwise be quite solitary. Naturally, I reserve a portion of my artwork for self expression and my personal fulfillment as well.”
“…Although the scope of my work is constantly changing and expanding, I always strive to maintain a level of peaceful excitement that is easy to live with, but never boring.”
Laurel’s Gallery is #107 in the 78th St. Studios and custom orders are always welcome!
To see the depth and versatility of Laurel’s artwork, visit her website at The Artistic World of Laurel Herbold
Connaught Cullen grew up in Clyde, Ohio, worked at Whirlpool Corp for 30 years, then had a mid-life crisis and became an artist. She received a BFA from Bowling Green State University and an MA-Studio from Eastern Michigan University. She currently resides in Athens, Ohio while pursuing an MFA in the Painting + Drawing department at Ohio University. Connaught currently works with acrylic in her paintings that examine the meditative walk as evidenced in the landscape.
Check out Connaught’s website at Connaught Cullen
Shelly has an extensive array of notecards that she lovingly creates. The inspiration for her dog themed cards comes from Teddie, her Border Collie. No matter what occasion you need a card for, Shelly has it!
When Shelly first brought her cards in, my response was “how stinkin’ cute are these cards?!” And guess what her company name is – that’s right, Stinkin’ Cute Cards.
You can find her on Etsy at Stinkin Cute Cards
For those who don’t have wall space, Eileen has designed wearable artwork; pendants with her original watercolors.
In addition to being an accomplished painter, Eileen also designs jewelry with a nautical theme including mermaids (of course!).
In addition to Debbie’s beautiful watercolors, she also makes fun sports related bangle bracelets for Ohio State, Cavs, and Indians fans!
Deb has been carving stones since she was a little girl, starting off with hearts. Her designs have grown with her, although hearts are still popular, and she has the artist’s eye of matching just the right design to each stone.
The raised cut designs can also be used to make impressions in the sand. How fun is that?
Sandstone has never looked so beautiful!
Follow Deb on Face Book at Wood & Stone
Melissa Francisco calls herself “Washed Up”, referring to the materials that she uses in her designs that she has found on the shores of Lake Erie. A good portion of her work brings new life to driftwood; through sculptures, painted pieces, or as accents.
Melissa has something for every season. Especially stunning are her driftwood Santas!
Vince McKee is a growing force in the sports literary world. His first seven books all helped to build his credibility as a top-notch chronicler of the impact of Ohio sports. Vince is also the MMA correspondent for neosportsinsiders.com. He has also spent time as a High School Beat Reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer & The Medina Gazette. His work has been featured in SLAM Magazine, ESPN Sports Nation and Drennan Live. He has been called the go to source with anything involving sports history. He has personally interviewed some of the biggest names in Cleveland Sports history for his books, including a one on one with Bill Belichick.
Follow Vince on Twitter at Vince The Author