Chestnut Street in the News
101 Things Every Cincinnatian Should Do
Image of CityBeat Magazine • August 14-20, 2019
Westside Market is a Pop-up Helping Local Entrepreneurs
Image via WKRC • July 5, 2019
Channel 12 WKRC (July 2019): “Westside Market is a pop-up helping local entrepreneurs”.
Cincinnati Magazine (April 2019): “22 Local Ways to Reduce Your Waste”.
From the magazine:
#4: STOCK UP ON BAGS. Amass enough reusable shopping totes and produce bags to keep some at home and some extras in your car for last-minute grocery runs. Indigenous stocks totes illustrated and printed by Elizabeth Ross at Chestnut Street Market, and DeerHaus Decor carries washable produce bags and other sustainable home goods.
Gift Guide 2015 – Eat Local, Shop Local
Image via Edible Ohio Valley Magazine • 2015-2016, No. 22
Edible Ohio Valley Magazine (Holiday 2015/Winter 2016): “Gift Guide – Eat Local, Shop Local”.
Thanks very much to the Edible Ohio Valley team for the write-up about our studio!
From the magazine:
FIBER. Chestnut Street Studio (printed in Mariemont). Elizabeth Ross hand-screens her illustrations onto organic cotton towels, market totes, produce bags, and more. We love her Eastern-European-folk-art-meets-Midcentury-Modern aesthetic. Find it at: City Flea, Crafty Supermarket, Etsy, ChestnutStreetMarket.com.
Kiwanis Art & Craft Fair a Success
Image via Mariemont Town Crier • October 2016
Mariemont Town Crier (October 2016): “Kiwanis Art & Craft Fair a Success”.
After attending the recent Art & Craft Fair in Mariemont, Ohio, we were elated to find that we’d won Best in Show (Craft)! Thanks very much, Kiwanis Club of Mariemont!
From the newsletter:
The Kiwanis Club would like to extend special congratulations to the following award winners: Best in Show – Art, Marc Wavra, Photography (MarcWavra.com), Runner-Up – Art, The Women’s Art Club of Cincinnati (ArtAtTheBarn.org), Best in Show – Craft, Elizabeth Ross, Chestnut Street Studio (Facebook.com/ChestnutStreetStudio), and Runner-Up – Craft, Michael Ball, Unique Wood Turning. The judges were very impressed with all of the amazing talent on display during the event.
That Aha Moment
Image via Mariemont Town Crier • May 2014
Mariemont Town Crier (May 2014): “That Aha Moment: Finding Their Passion from Earth-Friendly to Fashion-Friendly”.
Thanks so much to Heather McGuire and the Mariemont Town Crier for publishing this article about my upstart business!