Jada Heren

Is the next High School student to paint the snow plow blade for the City of Grandview.   Taking her inspiration from the imagery of the Police badge, she will invite everyone to come and contribute by chalking a self portrait around her painting.

Saturday, September 24th 5-9pm, Haines Avenue

Previous Workshops

Wet Felting. Little hands learned to make wet felted pompoms.  These have been strung together to create a celebratory garland for the City to display on important days.

Tin Can Lanterns

Free make and take @ the Grandview Hop

in collaboration with the Jeni’s Ice Cream

Saturday, August 27, 2022 - 5 to 9pm

Glow in the dark cross stitch

Free make and take @ the Grandview Hop - Haines Avenue

in collaboration with the Sewing Hive

Saturday, June 25, 2022 - 5 to 9pm

Snow Plow Painting at the Hop

Columbus Dispatch Article October 2021

Sofie Markle, only 17 years old, has become the youngest artist ever commissioned to create an art work at the Grandview Hop. In her Senior year at Grandview High School, Sofie has previously been asked to create a mural on Hilo Lane in Grandview Heights. The Hop, on 25th September 2021, was her first public commission and we are sure there will be many more.  

Thank you to everyone who helped us paint the stars.

Snow plow painting

Taught by local Columbus graffiti artist “Ketchup”

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