HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

In case you missed the opening of HOME WORK, our exhibit at the Betts House in the West End section of Cincinnati, here are our installation photos. The work is up through 8 Apr and can also be viewed and purchased in our online shop.

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

The Betts House is located at 416 Clark St. in the Betts-Longworth Historic District in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati. Regular museum hours are 11am-2pm Monday, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, with other times available by appointment. It will also be open on Sat 6 Mar and Sat 20 Mar, 12:30-5pm.

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13 thoughts on “HOME WORK Exhibit at the Betts House

  1. Thanks! Those are actually linen table runners but, since each one is different, we decided to hang them like scrolls, so that you can really see the patterns on each one.

  2. Thanks, Alexis. We’d envisioned the prints really as a way to show our process and the building blocks we used. We didn’t expect anyone to be interested in purchasing them, but we’ve gotten several inquiries, and we’re up for selling them.

    Really, as I think you can tell from the top photo, we’re hoping to get a wallpaper commission out of this project! How cool would that be?

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