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Big Pig Gig: Piggy For Sale

Going once ... going twice ... Oink!

0 Comments · Thursday, November 2, 2000
Now you can take one of the pigs home without getting arrested. The eBay auction site opened on Nov. 1 to sell more than 140 of the porkers to the highest bidder. Betsy Neyer, the Big Pig Gig's di  

Carole Meyer

0 Comments · Thursday, November 2, 2000
CAROLE MEYER cannot escape making a statement with her art. "I think my work is very strong," she says calmly, "not just a pretty picture. It evokes a response from the viewer." She also spea  

Merle Rosen

0 Comments · Thursday, October 26, 2000
MERLE ROSEN says her artwork and her teaching are a spiritual practice. Through various artistic media, she hopes to connect with her "internal dialogue." Rosen teaches to help others do the sam  

Melissa Day

0 Comments · Thursday, October 19, 2000
Artist ProfileMelissa Day Graphic artist MELISSA DAY has a CD design, book cover and a festival poster to her credit. But since they were all created for the Art Institute of Cincinnati, where sh  

Lynne Hamons

0 Comments · Thursday, October 12, 2000
Lynne Hamons (NO, HER NAME ISN'T A PIG PUN) JUMPED AT THE CHANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE BIG PIG GIG AFTER SEEING CHICAGO'S COWS LAST SUMMER. SHE ROPED HER SONS -- Steve AND Scott -- INTO HELPING. STEV  

Halena Cline

0 Comments · Thursday, October 5, 2000
Halena Cline is a myth.Well, actually, her artwork is the myth. "I guess it's my background, and this culture and the myths we're so steeped in...I've been in a lot of different churches.Tha  

Tony Becker

0 Comments · Thursday, September 28, 2000
Tony Becker, a Yale grad and trained painter, has been a full-time artist for 20 years, and he does a little of everything: painting, sculpture and collage. He makes allowances for family, such a  

Suzanne Fisher

0 Comments · Thursday, September 21, 2000
Suzanne Fisher was sketching the bottom of a shower during our interview about her pig, Piganthropy. The drawings are for a private client who commissioned Fisher to create mosaics for three diffe  

Leslee Wick

0 Comments · Thursday, August 31, 2000
One person's trash is Leslee Wick's art. "I guess I'm a junker at heart. I love finding and collecting things that others discard." She created "Her Vanity Radiated" with rhinestones, jewe  

Tess Little

0 Comments · Thursday, August 17, 2000
Tess Little eats, sleeps and lives art. "Art just surrounds us," she says. "The grandchildren think everyone makes art." (She has sculpted for 30 years. Her husband Jim is a photographer. And   

Big Pig Gig: Pig Parade | Choice Cuts

CityBeat porks fun at Tristate

0 Comments · Thursday, August 17, 2000
Artists: CityBeat Production Team (Sean Hughes, Rebecca Lomax, Geoffrey Raker and Patty Robisch) Sponsor: CityBeat. This pig's pen: Sixth and Vine Streets. This little piggy went: Straight to   

Brian Joiner

0 Comments · Thursday, August 10, 2000
Brian Joiner speaks for a half-hour before he even mentions his pig, Pig Dreams. (Better say it was sponsored by Acme Construction here, because there's nowhere else to mention it.) And after bri  

Brian Mehring

0 Comments · Thursday, August 3, 2000
Since graduating from UC's CCM in 1996, BRIAN MEHRING's life has been a blur of activity. Before becoming the resident scenic and lighting designer and scenic painter at the Ensemble Theatre of   

Dana Tindall

0 Comments · Thursday, July 27, 2000
Dana Tindall expanded his horizons when he created Romulus. "(The pig) was kind of a side thing," he says. In fact, the only aspect Romulus shares with Tindall's other artwork is humor. Even T  

Scott Jones

0 Comments · Friday, July 14, 2000
Scott Jones finds ways to reap multiple rewards from everything he does. He works at The Palace Restaurant in The Cincinnatian Hotel, which also happens to be the location of his pig, Don Pigiovan