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Art Design Consultants in Cincinnati has been conducting an art competition for 10 years known as “Art Comes Alive,” which has grown to international stature. After William Duebbler, a talented artist, passed away several years ago, his children created an award in his name. This year, Jolie Harris, whose artwork is abstract expressionism, received that award.

For over 50 years, Cincinnati Pool and Patio has earned a reputation for excellence in creating backyard retreats for their clients. Since 1966, the family-owned company has been setting the standard for pool and spa installation in Cincinnati. They have become the tri-state’s leading destination for homeowners who desire a private backyard oasis. With the vision and experience of Cincinnati Pool and Patio, even the most ordinary backyard can be transformed into a dynamic outdoor living space, enlarging the usable living space in a home.  

Anthology Senior Living is driven by a simple belief that everyone has a unique life story. Their mission is to offer a unique senior living experience that provides residents with the best in hospitality and care so they can live their story in a beautiful, meaningful way. From the directors and care managers to the housekeeping and kitchen team, Anthology views every team member as a caregiver, part of a dedicated family that’s committed to making a difference in the lives of their residents. Caregivers engage with residents and their families daily in a genuine, caring way to foster a close-knit community.

“Authenticity is key,” says both Ron Novak and Rob Busch, founding partners and architects for full-service architecture and design firm Drawing Dept. From the moment they meet a client, they involve everyone from their talented team and their client’s general contractor so that they have a plethora of voices to listen to. It is vital to listen to the client to really dig deep and get to the very heart of what makes them unique.

For over 20 years, Wings Model Management has been a constant fixture in Cincinnati. The agency has earned a reputation as a launching pad for entertainers and models alike. Wings has represented a host of well-known entertainers, all of whom got their start at Jake Lang’s agency, situated in the Gwynne Building on Main Street in downtown Cincinnati.

Since 1991, Tilsley Architects has strived to excel in every detail of architecture and build relationships by providing clients strong design solutions. The firm pools the unique experiences and technical insights of their entire creative team to offer inspiring design solutions. Tilsley Architects is a diverse group of professionals who contribute unique skills, talents and insights to every project. 

We often think of dementia as one disease, but it has a unique progression depending on the individual. For this reason, families need to consider their loved one’s personality and individual cognitive needs when seeking a memory care community. At The Legacy at Liberty Ridge, employees are trained to not only provide clinical care, but the emotional connection and support of a best friend. 

Think back for a moment to the most agonizing day of your life. Now tweak it, ever so gently. Imagine how differently you would have felt if you had had a community there, ready to alleviate the smaller, disparate parts of your burden so you could focus on tackling the massive issue, the one so heavy and suffocating that you sometimes had to remind yourself to draw breath.

Health Care

For over 70 years, Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) has been a leader in ophthalmology in Cincinnati, serving the community with first-class eye care. They treat more conditions, both complex and routine, than any other facility or hospital in the region. They also have an Urgent Eye Clinic for emergency care. Their internationally recognized team of doctors are leaders in vision research, investing heavily in the latest technology. Their goal is to pave the way for progress in tomorrow’s eye care and bring it to their patients today. Read more

Through the new Cincinnati Children’s Mobile Care Center and a series of family health and nutrition videos, the Heart Institute is bringing pediatric heart care even closer to home. Read more

Business

“Authenticity is key,” says both Ron Novak and Rob Busch, founding partners and architects for full-service architecture and design firm Drawing Dept. From the moment they meet a client, they involve everyone from their talented team and their client’s general contractor so that they have a plethora of voices to listen to. It is vital to listen to the client to really dig deep and get to the very heart of what makes them unique.

Since 1991, Tilsley Architects has strived to excel in every detail of architecture and build relationships by providing clients strong design solutions. The firm pools the unique experiences and technical insights of their entire creative team to offer inspiring design solutions. Tilsley Architects is a diverse group of professionals who contribute unique skills, talents and insights to every project. 

Arts & Entertainment

Art Design Consultants in Cincinnati has been conducting an art competition for 10 years known as “Art Comes Alive,” which has grown to international stature. After William Duebbler, a talented artist, passed away several years ago, his children created an award in his name. This year, Jolie Harris, whose artwork is abstract expressionism, received that award.

For over 20 years, Wings Model Management has been a constant fixture in Cincinnati. The agency has earned a reputation as a launching pad for entertainers and models alike. Wings has represented a host of well-known entertainers, all of whom got their start at Jake Lang’s agency, situated in the Gwynne Building on Main Street in downtown Cincinnati.

One Each: Still Lifes by Cézanne, Pissarro and Friends focuses on still life paintings by five French painters, all created in the mid-1860s, the formative years of Impressionism. This single-gallery special exhibition, organized in partnership with the Toledo Museum of Art, will be on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum from May 15–August 9, 2020.