Do you remember Raymond Thunder-Sky?
Raymond Thunder-Sky used to walk around Cincinnati’s downtown and other venues with a toolbox filled with markers and paper, dressed in a clown-construction-worker uniform. He drew demolition and construction sites. Thunder-Sky, Inc. is a non-profit art gallery in Northside that archives the 2200+ drawings Raymond left behind. It’s located at 4573 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223, a couple doors down from The Comet. Phone: (513) 426-0477. You can check out the digital archive of all of Raymond’s drawings at www.raymondthundersky.org.
“The New Clownville Amusement Park,” Thunder-Sky, Inc.’s last exhibit of 2014, celebrates the fifth anniversary of the gallery, as well as the tenth anniversary of Raymond Thunder-Sky passing. “The New Clownville Amusement Park” features Raymond-inspired works by a variety of artists, as well as an exclusive showing of some of Raymond’s most out-there drawings. It opens October 24,2014 with a reception 6 to 10 pm. The show closes December 15, 2014.