Coffee Phix Cafe Local Artist Showcase At Coffee Phix Café, we are proud to support local artists by exhibiting their work on a rotating basis at the café. We will feature a new artist each month. All art is available for purchase if designated by the artist, and will be exhibited at the café for approximately 27 days.
We believe this to be an exciting model of art support and distribution. It is keeping with the cities efforts under the Storefront Art Initiative Project, to give local artists, students and others, an opportunity to showcase their artwork, and in this case in one of South Euclid's most community based businesses. For the café, it allows us to provide an already welcoming environment, an ambiance and culture that is pleasing to the eye of the customer.
Artists interested in participating in our Local Artists Showcase please contact us via this site or email . For those artists who choose to sell artworks, The Coffee Phix Cafe will be allocated 20% of each item sold.
Come see my art on display at Coffee Phix Cafe 4485 Mayfield Rd South Euclid Ohio. (NE corner of Green and Mayfield-parking in the Marc’s Lot or behind). Bring this card in with you or presented on your phone–and use the coupon. towards your cup of coffee!!!!!
Enjoy the art and the coffee and let me know your favorite piece either on the walls or on my website! (www.wallexpressionsbyjulie.com)
Drop your entry in the box and at the end of the month I will pull someone’s card and send them a gift.
The title of my favorite piece of art is: _______________________________
COUPON: This coupon is good for $.75 off the drink of your choice at Coffee Phix– between March 4-30th, 2017, Hours: M 8-6, T-F 8-8 Sat 9-8, Sun 9-6
Julie Cook Julie Cook is a self-taught artists who mainly works in acrylics and mixed media. Julie grew up in Lyndhurst Ohio. Julie and her husband raised their family in Madison and still reside there. They are in the country so nature surrounds her and she enjoys it and finds it inspiring. Julie loves to experiment with paint and products and see what new textures or techniques she can learn or develop. Although she uses a brush, she also uses sponges, scraps of wood, plastic, trowels, recycled packaging material and a variety of other items. She often uses techniques and tools she has used in faux finishing of walls and furniture. She is inspired by God’s creation and realizes that He has given her creative ability.
Julie’s artwork is in private residences not only in the area but also overseas. She has had her artwork juried into several shows throughout NE Ohio and also has had several solo shows including those at Fairmount Art Center, Solon Center for the Arts, Holden Arboretum and Moonstruck Gallery.