Award-Winning Roombox Photograph Featured in Cincinnati Public Library contest

I am honored that my photograph of my roombox, “the Artists Studio” was one of 50 photographs selected by the Public Library of Cincinnati for inclusion in their “Frame Cincinnati Photography Contest” and will be on display at the library atrium   from September 5, to November 4, 2012.  From the hundreds of submissions they selected a total of fifty images, twenty-five submitted by students and 25 submitted by adults.

“FOTOFOCUS is a city wide effort which aspires to link Cincinnati’s rich tradition of support for artists and designers to the global conversation surrounding the accessible and ubiquitous medium of photography. Over 70 venues are presenting photographic exhibitions including, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Cincinnati Public Library, the Contemporary Arts Center and the Taft Museum of Art.”

All Stars

  • Ruth McChesney

    Ruth created and oversaw the creation of numerous museum quality miniature rooms and was a very talented artisan herself,  specializing in needlework. She lived in Pittsburgh and worked closely with Dick Smith an interior designer and miniature painter. Her rooms are in the permanent collections several museums including the Carnegie Museum of Art , Winterthur, the Westmorland Art Museum, The American Museum in Britain and many others.

    • Kaye Browning

      Kaye is an avid collector of miniatures, and currently serves as the Miniature Curator at the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center located in Maysville,  Kentucky, which is  just outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. The museum collection contains evidence of her many years of astute collecting and collaboration with many of the best artisans in the world. The museum collection includes miniature e rooms and furniture from the finest artisans in the  world including Kevin Mulvany, Susie Rogers, the Kupjack Studios and William Robertson, who also designed the installation.