Terrace Park Creatives
The TP Creatives project was initiated by the TPHS Archives Team in 2010 and has received great acclaim from its very inception. Donations have been requested from the many creative people who live or have lived in Terrace Park to support this exciting program. Generous artists, authors, photographers, wood carvers, and illustrators have all responded positively and many have already donated or committed donations. These donations are highlighted here on our web site and will also be on display at a new gallery in the Historic Society offices. Please Contact us to find out more about this exciting new community program. To date the following donations have been received with much gratitude:
Carol Buschbacher Cole
(3) Rosemaled items in oils on acrylic background: recipe/salt box, 10# wooden plate and wooden tray
Framed print of "Happy Holly Days"
Original watercolor painting of Terrace Park golfers in honor of the golfers portrayed - Bill Fay, Ed Davidson, Fred Graumlich, Pete Decker, Tom Longmire, Jack Siegman and others
Donated by: Bob and Louise Halley
Hope Kain Fjord
Watercolor floral, Donated by Bob Kain, Brad Kain and Hilliard Fjord In memory of Hope
"Camilla" in memory of his mother Camilla Warrick
Shadowbox with memories of Camilla: lacrosse stick from Cornell, books authored by her, articles/columns written by her
Ann Stuart Hobart
"Red Flower Still Life" oil on canvas
Gayle Gillette Hummel
Oil painting "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" in honor of parents Mary & Arthur Davenport Gilette
Greenwich House Gallery 513.871.8787 513.871.2405
Wood Carving of "American Bittern"
(hand-made Father Christmas available)
Charles Meurer (deceased)
Book donated by Virginia Rawnsley Fenton
Gail "Gaia" Morrison
"Studious Pear" donated by Lindsley J. Schutz
Ken Norvell (deceased)
Miniatures in memory of Ken Norvell donated by Leslie C. Jones
3 original watercolors created of Terrace Park Elementary School, the stone tunnel on Elm, and the Lindell Home
Facebook - search "Watercolors by Francesca"
Jeanette MacMillan Pruiss
Displays of her tapestries in a variety of locations; example of small tapestry in process in honor of her sons and their wives, John and Mary Patricia MacMillan and Gregg and Linda MacMillan
James W. Rauth, Ruth B. Rauth (deceased)
Reflections of Mind and Place in memory of Ruth B. Rauth, donated by James W. Rauth
Ruth B. Rauth (deceased)
Promises in the Wind donated by James W. Rauth
"The Joy of One Another" pencil drawing in honor of all of her children - Mary Anne, Suzanne, Patrick, Danny, Kathryn, Sean, Michael, Meg
Gazebo on Village Green, in memory of Doug Hammons, Terrace Park Neighbor
Google "Erin Rossin Ceramics"
Rice Paper Batik in honor of the students and staff of Terrace Park Elementary School
Gerald (Gary) M. A. Schmitt
"Sunrise at Schmalkalden" in memory of Grandmother Gertrude Adrian
Historic Terrace Park painting taken from early 1900's postcard
Historical fiction novel featuring Cincinnati, Terrace Park and other areas, in honor of Ruth Berger (grandmother and long-time TP resident)
"The Visitors" (sculpture), Skyline (painting on loan) in memory of Jane W. Thomson
Andrea Kranz Tumbleson
"Mine Eyes Have Seen"
Colored pencil drawing of "Sunrise at Red River Gorge"