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September 2018

Sharonville +5: Then, Now, and Interpreted

September 28, 2018October 27, 2018

Featuring images of Sharonville and locations within five miles, from the perspectives of five artists, Sharonville +5: Then, Now, and Interpreted looks at a community’s history interpreted from the past through the present and how to save it for the future. Five photographers were invited to review local archival images for inspiration and identify images and places that resonated with them. The challenge was to then record their community including significant landmarks that have been documented in the archives of the Society of Historic Sharonville, Gorman Heritage Farm, Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center, and Great Parks of Hamilton County. This exercise is both an artistic reflection of and response to the community of Sharonville.

Featured Artists: Joseph John Bayer, West Chester; Bernadette Clemens-Walatka, Blue Ash; Susan Ernst, Sharonville; Becky Linhardt, Sharonville; Lynda Rust, Mt. Healthy

  • Relocated Vorhes House at Sharon Woods site. Digital Archives, Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center
    Joseph John Bayer, Heritage Village and Sharon Woods Waterfall, 2017. C-print, 13 x 19 x 1 inches. Courtesy of Joseph John Bayer

  • 1930s Sharon Woods Lake and Dam. Digital Archives, Great Parks of Hamilton County
    Joseph John Bayer, Early Morning, Sharon Woods Boathouse, 2017. C-print, 13 x 19 x 1 inches. Courtesy of Joseph John Bayer


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