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Meet the Artist: Chad Michael Ward

Cleveland transplant Chad Michael Ward is a renowned photographer, filmmaker, storyteller and entrepreneur with a keen eye for finding exquisite beauty in the darkness. “I’m really attracted to a dark aesthetic, particularly with horror movies, post-apocalyptic novels and indie comic books,” Chad says. “From musicians like Marilyn...

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Meet the Artist: Linda Damiani, Fra Angelica Studio

When you have the gorgeous views of Lake Erie as inspiration in your own backyard, you take advantage of the picture that nature is painting. For local fiber artist Linda Damiani, owner of Fra Angelica Studio, all it takes is a look out her window to gain inspiration for her next crocheted piece. “Many people view crochet, and fiber art...

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Since 1998, The Gutter Cover Company has been a locally owned and operated source for the only gutter protection you need

Your gutters are clogged with leaves, or, come winter, struggling under the weight of big icicles. Or, even worse, both scenarios are in play. The experts at The Gutter Cover Company offer professional solutions to both problems. “We see a lot of home improvement contractors who want to increase their bottom lines by jumping on the gutter...

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Meet the Artist: Keri Sparenga, Colorfaux Murals by Keri

Blessed with a vivid and active imagination, local painter Keri Sparenga comes from a family with an artistic disposition, from drawing and painting to floral arranging to singing and playing a musical instrument, they seem to do it all. Keri’s skill blossomed as a self-taught painter with an insatiable appetite to learn every artistic avenue...

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Meet the Artist: Mary Hegarty, Mary Hegarty Designs

Gourds are one of the oldest crops to be domesticated by humans, and they serve as the unique canvas upon which local artist and designer Mary Hegarty works her ingenious, functional and resourceful magic. Mary transforms this ancient crop into unique lamps, birdhouses, purses and more. “The use of dried, hard-shell gourds originated in...

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