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An Artist's Eye on Knowlton Street

I'll be hanging my show at NVision tonight, a series of two-color relief prints inspired by the street in Northside where my studio is located. I learned so much doing this project and I'm grateful to the City of Cincinnati Individual Artists Grant program for the funding. The show will run through December 6. The opening reception is on Friday, November 6, from 6 to 10 pm. Visit for location and hours. (Image copyright 2009 by Julie Lonneman)


  1. Hi, Julie. I've seen a few examples from this series online. They look great, and I'm sure they're more amazing in person! Congratulations on your upcoming exhibit at Nvision.


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