Ohio Artist Suzanne Fisher Helps Disabled Adults Earn an Income With Art
Inside Out Studio - Art Created by Developmentally Disabled Adults
Artist Suzanne Fisher - Shares Her Skills and Creativity
Suzanne Fisher is a talented Cincinnati artist with a world class education in art. She could earn a lot of money if she concentrated on her art work alone, but she has chosen to share her creative skills with those less fortunate than she.
Suzanne Fisher was the creative force behind the successful Cincinnati Art Collaborative's Over The Rhine Trail mosaic project. She worked with inner city non profit organizations to create a series of mosaic landmarks.
Most recently, Suzanne has been teaching ceramic skills to Developmentally Disabled Adults in Butler County, Ohio. She helps them use their art to earn a supplemental.
Inside Out Selling at Findlay
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- InsideOut Studio :: Where Art Radiates from the InsideOut
Inside Out Studio is a Butler County Board of Development Disabilities initiative. The Inside Out Studio is located in the city of Hamilton in Butler County, Ohio.
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Artists and crafters sell among Findlay Market farmers weekends from Spring through Summer and weekends preceding Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Inside Out Ceramic Ornaments & Letters
Earning an Income
Inside out is a Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities initiative. The program is an "opportunity for artists with disabilities to produce, market, and receive an income from their art; while gaining confidence in their abilities."
Inside Out artists learn creativity. They also earn a supplemental income from their work. The artists work collaboratively on every piece.They form letters, glaze them and fire them in a kiln.
They earn 40% of the sale price of their art work.
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