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SPIDER TRAIL

stained glass work and mixed media

by CT King & Jen Edwards 

Love Eternal by Jen Edwards

Love Eternal by Jen Edwards

67 by CT King

67 by CT King

SPIDER TRAIL is the moniker for collaborative works by the dynamic duo, CT King and Jen Edwards, who conceptualize, design, cross-critique, and finish pieces together. When asked what kind of projects they’ve worked on together as Spider Trail, CT answers, “Painting, drawing, stained glass, photography, stop animation, sculpting, character back drops and video for stop animation, mixed media, crocheting, collecting art, having a messy apartment…kidding, sort of. I dunno, we’re just best friends.

CT KING is a Cincinnati-based artist who started his career in the Boston and New York City art and graffiti scenes. After receiving his BFA for photography at Museum School of Fine Arts at Tufts University, he moved to Cincinnati to assist his parents after their retirement. Since his arrival ten years ago, he has expanded his mediums to include sculpture and stop animation short films while continuing his love for mixed media, 2-D and 3-D collage. CT currently enjoys collaborating with other artists and expanding his knowledge of new and exciting mediums.

JEN EDWARDS, a native Cincinnatian, has worked professionally in the arts for more than 15 years. Jennifer completed her 3-year stained glass apprenticeship through Classical Glass in Over-the-Rhine. During that time she cut, assembled, and installed stained glass windows for residential and commercial properties. She also helped repair and preserve the stained glass windows in the library of Hughes High School. In 2007, she founded two galleries, Main Street Gallery and Krafthaus, helping revitalize the gallery district in Over the Rhine. She has produced videos for the 48 Hours Film Festival in 2009 and 2010. She also enjoys producing, directing and animating stop animation short films. Most recently, Jennifer is one of the founding Members of the Bombshells of Cincinnati, a group of Cincinnati fiber artists that do public yarn graffiti. This collaborative group has shown in public places around Cincinnati, including the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the Dayton Art institute. Jennifer continues to work collaboratively, and enjoys working in her studio in the Clifton gaslight area.

*ON DISPLAY THRU MAY 4

Select furniture now at NVISION

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Local delivery is available for an additional charge.

Light up your life with one of these
fabulous lamps

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Handmade jewelry by
Nikki Zehler of Love Root

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Gift certificates for NVISION merchandise are available for that special someone

Consider giving the gift of store credit at NVISION for that special someone who appreciates handmade designs, fun clothing, and vintage housewares.  Gift certificates are available for any denomination, and can be used for NVISION merchandise or clothing alterations & repair services.

Perfect holiday gift idea = vintage imagery + the art of screenprinting + ecofriendliness + small business support

Vintage linen napkins screenprinted with a variation on an image from the U.S. National Archives, from a series of World War II Posters,

encouraging healthy well-rounded eating habits, and an end to using paper napkins in the home; this product is produced by NVISION

 $25/set of 6 • $20/set of 4 • $10/pair

Did you know NVISION also does
clothing alterations and custom fitting?

That’s right, we want your clothes to fit you well. Whether you buy them from NVISION or bring in clothes from your closet, we can help you with customizations and repairs of your new and old favorite clothes. Pricing is $10/hour for clothes you bring in, or FREE for clothes you buy from NVISION (excepting elaborate reconstructions which are priced out per job based on level of complexity).

Examples of alterations include:

  • shortening of a hem
  • letting a hem out
  • making a shirt/dress sleeveless or short-sleeved
  • adding a cap-sleeve to a sleeveless shirt/dress
  • reshaping the neckline of a shirt/dress
  • taking in a shirt/dress/pant that is too wide
  • adding fabric to a garment to enlarge it
  • making pants into shorts
  • repairing/patching holes
  • button/zipper/elastic replacement

The list goes on, use your imagination!

Handmade beautiful & functional pottery by Bethany Rose Kramer

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“Painstakingly forged” wristlets & purses by Saint Lexi

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Handmade & screenprinted table runners by Amber Reis

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Limited edition screenprinted onesie designs by Amber Reis, $11 each

THE PERFECT GIFT FOR BABY SHOWERS!

These and other screenprint designs are available in a limited variety of sizes and fabrics.

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Vintage curtains for your home

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Record albums turned into wearable art & household items, by Karen Dengler

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Small handmade wallhangings by
Amber Reis

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Onomatopoeic comic book jewelry
by Joy Eichert of Raygun Undone

Bracelets also available for $8

Check out these vintage designer sunglasses now available

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Limited edition adult t-shirt designs
by the talented Amber Reis

Available in a limited variety of sizes, fabric colors, and inks.

Pop culture bracelets & earrings
by Todd Popp & Doug Motz of PoMoGalaxy

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These pieces are handmade by Todd Popp & Doug Motz of PoMoGalaxy, using polymer clay, glass, and photography. They can also do custom designs using your favorite personal photos, popular culture characters or imagery…think souvenir, heirloom, or just plain fun. Visit NVISION to see examples of the jewelry in person, or visit the PoMoGalaxy website for more information and further examples of their work.

SUPPORT LOCAL ARTISTS,
BUY HANDMADE!

When you buy from local artists, not only do you own a one-of-a-kind piece that you won’t see anywhere else, but you also invest in the local economy and the creative vitality of the region.

Handmade items at NVISION include…

  • Screenprinted onesies, toddler wear, adult T-shirts, cloth napkins, tea towels, placemats, pillows, prints, wallhangings, table runners, aprons and more by AMBER REIS
  • Purses & wristlets by SAINT LEXI
  • Semi-precious stone jewelry by LARA RADKEY
  • Functional ceramic pieces by BETHANY KRAMER
  • Jewelry by NIKKI ZEHLER
  • Mosaic works by JESSIE RING
  • Original greeting cards, postcards & gift tags by SARA PEARCE
  • Art glass pendants by RACHEL RUSSO
  • Screenprinted trivets by MAYA DROZDZ of VisuaLingual
  • Studded leather cuff bracelets, belts & purses by MIKE STOCKS of Request Leather
  • Pop culture bracelets and earrings by TODD POPP & DOUG MOTZ of PoMo Galaxy
  • Handblown drinking glasses by CHAD CULLY
  • Functional ceramic pieces by NICHOLAUS HAAR, the Madville Hatter
  • Bracelets, necklaces, earrings, bowls, purses, soap dishes, coaster sets, lampshades and more, all made from record albums by KAREN DENGLER of Retired Records
  • Magnets, pendant necklaces, cuff links & bobby pins by KRISTY SICKLES of Daisy Mae Designs
  • Stationery, notebooks, greeting cards, and papier mache animals by KAREN BOYHEN
  • Screenprinted T-shirts & hoodies by MATT HAMBY of Hambone Clothing
  • Women’s clothing by HELEN SMITH
  • Shoulder bags by PILAR GARZA
  • Polymer clay jewelry and quilted fabric postcards by AMY WALLACE of OvenFried Beads
  • Jewelry by JOY EICHERT of Raygun Undone
  • And, of course, 2D & 3D art by a rotating variety of artists!

NVISION gets a write-up
in Cincinnati Magazine as one of the 25 top shops in town

Read the full article here.

For those of you who can’t make it
into the physical store, some interior photos…

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