Jimmy G’s interior was entirely designed by Scott Sheridan. He also designed Lunar nightclub and FB’s cocktail lounge. The look and feel of his design style can be described as “retr-ique” (an updated combination of retro and antique decor). Sheridan’s design presence is heavily noted in downtown Cincinnati, where his influence is evident in many trendy restaurants, lounges, and nightclubs. One of his first forays into interior design was with his nightclub Clau which received national attention in Conde Naste Traveler magazine’s Top 30 Hotspots from Boston to Beijjing in the early 2000s. His primary influences include Mid Century Modern, Brutalist and French Baroque Movements.
Andrew Van Sickle
Andrew VanSickle is a POP artist that lives in the Historic District in Covington, Ky. A painter since 1987, his work is featured in many venues in the Downtown area. VanSickle was mentored by Outsider Art legend Rev. Howard Finster. He also was creative manager for Paul Warhola (Andy Warhol’s brother). His work is collected by many including artists and celebrities. VanSickle was also Art Director for widely-noted Club Clau in 2003/2004. He is most known for his “Weeping Supergirl” silkscreen paintings. He sells his paintings directly to the public. www.avsart.com
Emily Louise Howard, aka The Diggingest Girl, is a painter, printmaker, illustrator and sculptor working out of her home studio nestled in the rolling hills of Erlanger, Kentucky. A voracious reader, Emily is inspired by great literature, as well as Appalachian folklore and Native American mythologies. Her work thus takes on a narrative bent, and is informed by a deep curiosity about the world around her. She relishes in the labor of art-making, as each and every one of her prints are carved, pulled, and collaged lovingly by hand. Howard created portraits of writers hanging in the private dining space at Jimmy G’s.
Mark Sullivan is an artist living and working in Cincinnati, Ohio. Over the years he has found inspiration and joy in the work of Keith Haring, Agnes Martin, Joan Miró, the outsider artists, grade school busywork and this quote from Milan Kundera: “Happiness is the longing for repetition.”