Saturday, April 26, 2014

Sharonville Plein Air

Sharonville IOF
9" x 12", Oil on Canvas Panel

Sharonville, OH is one of the northern most towns in Hamilton County. Straddling Reading Road, the south end of the old town is anchored by the 12 Mile House. This old coach stop was a typical single day's drive from Cincinnati.

The Odd Fellow Hall was built in the same style as the 12 Mile House and the marble block near the eaves proclaims 1847. It sits near the northern end of the old three block downtown area and is diagonally across the street from the Fine Arts Center's location. SWOPA met in Sharonville to mark the end of our one month showing of plein air paintings from last year at the Fine Arts Center.

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