After parking on East Avenue, climb the front stairs of my Clintonville home on Weber and you will find my film Tiny Out Loud playing in the front room. You’ll make your way through the dining room, where you’ll see a handmade dollhouse along with several finished pieces. Through the kitchen, down the patio steps and into the garage, you’ll see the space where I create my work. Weather permitting, I will have a spray wall that you and your friends are welcome to tag. On the right side of the garage, there are stairs leading up to the loft where I compile my ideas as well as my large collection of paint. My garage is handicap accessible from the back alley. Other Clintonville artists nearby are April Sunami, Pilgrim Heidi Kambitsch, Christy Brand and TradeMark Gunderson.
Yes, garage portion of studio only. Access from Alley between East Ave. and Findley Ave.
Street Art, Mixed Media
Stephanie Rond is a Columbus-based street artist whose colorful, feminist work can be seen on walls around the world, both inside and out. An award-winning documentary has been created about her art. The film, Tiny Out Loud, studies Rond’s gender-gouging street art and dollhouse art galleries.
“My artwork explores gender roles and the accessibility of art. I challenge the traditions associated with both indoor and outdoor spaces. My character, “ghost girl” shows women and girls as positive role models and active citizens, combating the typical objectification of females in advertising.”
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