After 27 years running Art Design Consultants (ADC) in the heart of Cincinnati, Owner Litsa Spanos is expanding her business to the new ADC West Gallery.
Spanos and her business ADC offer assistance to residential, corporate, and commercial clients in finding artwork that reinforces their unique goals, missions, and brand identities.
When it comes to consulting with clients, Spanos says that she wants to create spaces that are a reflection of them and who they are.
The team at ADC doesn’t focus on a specific medium of art, rather they offer clients a variety of mediums, styles, and artists.
In addition to helping clients find artwork that speaks to them, she also enjoys offering support to artists through the Blink Art Resource Guide, which is designed in-house and in its sixth year of showcasing artists and connecting them directly to buyers.
With the expansion of her business to a brand new location, Spanos is now preparing for the Grand Opening of the ADC West Gallery, which will open on November 21 alongside the new publication of the Blink Art Resource.
The new ADC West Gallery will now be located in the West End.
The West End facility on York Street is a refurbished warehouse and will offer an expanded gallery with even more artwork and a larger framing facility. ADC West will now have the space to pursue two new concepts we have been considering – a co-working environment and a nonprofit inspirational space called Blink Scape.
Blink Scape at the West End location will be a 20-foot square white cube dedicated to conceptual art installations. The 20′ x 20′ non-profit installation room, located centerstage in the new ADC West Gallery, is a place where art inspires and heals, bringing the community thought-provoking installations that create joy and lead to transformation.
Those who want to experience the CUBE can do so with a $25 donation to ADC Fine Art.
The Grand Opening reception is November 21 from 12-5pm. ADC West is located at 1013 York Street in Cincinnati.
The show will feature over 150 of the nation’s most talented artists featured in the annual Blink Art Resource publication. Spanos says that masks and an RSVP are required for each experience to help ensure proper social distancing, and to keep visitors as safe as possible.
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