1. Blue steel my heart away. (Taken with Instagram at Opal Stackhouse)

    Blue steel my heart away. (Taken with Instagram at Opal Stackhouse)

  2. A collaged, hand-painted, hand-lettered vintage auction house sign rescued from an abandoned warehouse in Cincinnati, Ohio by Scott Williams. Also, a rescued dog dubbed Ernie, (also by Williams). Sign will be for sale at the S.S. Sale. 

    A collaged, hand-painted, hand-lettered vintage auction house sign rescued from an abandoned warehouse in Cincinnati, Ohio by Scott Williams. Also, a rescued dog dubbed Ernie, (also by Williams). Sign will be for sale at the S.S. Sale. 

  3. Shelf landscapes.  Collage by Andrea Myers ($30) Washington D.C. coffee cup ($12)

    Shelf landscapes.  Collage by Andrea Myers ($30) Washington D.C. coffee cup ($12)

  4. Mix a dash of mid century pottery with a heap of contemporary collage by Andrea Myers for a sunny afternoon eye feast. 

    Mix a dash of mid century pottery with a heap of contemporary collage by Andrea Myers for a sunny afternoon eye feast. 

  5. Series of small collages, by Andrea Myers: $30-$38 each 

    As a new mom, Andrea Myers, a Columbus based painter, sculptor, and installation artist, didn’t have large chunks of time to dedicate to her work in the studio. So she started making these quickies while her baby napped as a creative outlet and an exercise in brevity. I LOVE the light and airy quality and active marks.  Bright, simple, and never overworked. Unlike a new mom. 

    There are three different sizes: 4”x4”, 6”x6”, 8”x8” on wood. Ready to hang. 

    Priced from $30-$38 

  6. Just another late night at Opal Stackhouse.

    Just another late night at Opal Stackhouse.

  7. Collage (detail) by Jen Wood. 13”x16”, framed. $175

    Collage (detail) by Jen Wood. 13”x16”, framed. $175