|Three years ago I decided to move my studio to the Essex Building, and it has proved to be one of my better decisions. What started as the Herschede
Clock Company later became the home of Globe Tailoring. Globe is perhaps best known for the Green Jacket presented to the winner of the Masters Golf
Championship. The building is now a 165,000 sq. ft. facility devoted to the arts. Located just minutes from downtown Cincinnati, there currently are 85 studios
ranging in size from 100 to 1500 sq. ft. The building houses painters, sculptors, and photographers all working to produce fine art. One of the big advantages to
this arrangement is the open exchange of ideas that takes place on a daily basis. In addition, we also hold 3 to 4 open houses each year where participating artists
open their studios to the general public. My 850 sq. ft. studio provides me not only enough space to paint but it is also where, by appointment, I exhibit my work.|
Directions: Essex is a one way street heading South, so you need to approach from the North. The parking lot is on the right side of the road before the light at East McMillan.
From 71 South-Take the William Howard Taft exit and stay in its left lane. At the light turn left onto Essex.
From 71 North-Take the Reading Rd exits. Follow Reading Rd up the hill to Minnesota. Turn right on Minnesota to Essex and right on Essex.
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