Who we are!

Gaslight Creations was an idea shared between two chicks that worked together in a Corporate world but shared a love for art that grew into something bigger.

Meghan a former art student turned Corporate HR Executive is a local Cliftonite with a passion for her community. She wanted to see a long term store that brought people together for entertainment in the Gaslight. She joined forces with a colleague...

Christy a graphic designer and visionary artist, she jumped at the opportunity to expand her love of art and share in a creative outlet with others.  Pairing her free spirited outlook and professional degree in graphic arts she is excited to spread the love of art through the development of Gaslight Creations. 

The idea was to create a concept where people from Artistic and Non-Artistic background could enjoy a place where they could be creative in a more modern and interactive way, not only sharing art with the community but creating it uniquely for their enjoyment at an affordable cost! 

Gaslight Creations offers many ways for you to get involved in art. With classes ranging from painting, drawing, crafts, and figure drawing, we also offer pARTies, and events of all sorts, including gallery showings and local works of art. 

We offer something for everyone and every age! 

A Unique Art Experience!  

Meet Our Team!

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Christina

Sharee

Sara

Shelby

Sara was born and raised in The Jubilee City of Daphne, Alabama, and grew up with art. From a young age she has been involved in arts and crafts, making yearly trips to the Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival and taking classes from some of the most prolific painters in the area. Sara went on after graduation to study oil painting at Spring Hill College, whose Art Department encouraged branching out in multiple medias. As she adjusted to the area after her move to Cincinnati, she was introduced to the Clifton area and fell absolutely in love.
Christina is a Junior at Seton High School and is in her third year of taking art classes. She says she has been given many opportunities to express herself through art using different methods, media, and styles. Uniqueness, being the most important part of art, has shaped Christina into the person she is today. To be unique is to be your own work of art because every piece of art is special. Art is everything that is special and unique. Therefore, art is everything. Thomas Merton once said, “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”. This is one of the quotes that Christina feels best describes her love of art.

Born in Cincinnati, Sharee has lived a nomadic lifestyle in seven U.S. cities and abroad. She has a BA in Fine Art from Alfred University in western New York, and an MA in Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Sharee’s has photographed and/or taught for Rolling Stone, Holland America Cruise Line, Lomography, Freestyle Photo, UCLA, the Children’s Home of Cincinnati, WOLF Adventures, Adam’s Camp, and (currently) Manifest Gallery. She is founder of the local nonprofit Give&Take Photos and the webzine No Particular Order.  She loves drinking Capri Suns, using spray paint, and being outside, preferably all at the same time!


Shelby is a junior at Seton High School and plays golf. Some of Shelby’s favorite areas of art include calligraphy and watercolor paints. She is part of the National Art Honors Society and was even selected to be in the Xavier University Juried High School Art Show. In her free time, Shelby loves visiting Disney World whenever possible and spending time with her dog, Chloe. Shelby hopes to attend Vanderbilt University to study Special Education.


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Libby

Maria

Kelsey

Libby is a Junior at Seton High School. Art is one of her many passions in life, especially creating chalk pastel works,
watercolor paintings, and pencil sketches. Libby also enjoys running, cooking, traveling, and playing with her two crazy dogs, Rudy and Reggie, in her free time.



Kelsey is a senior at Seton High School and has taken art all four years of high school. Her favorite medias to work with are acrylic paint and watercolors. She adores traveling and does work based upon her travels. Kelsey has several leadership positions in various clubs at school and she takes part in a student led philanthropy club, and Art Club. In her free time, she loves hanging out with family and friends, and creating art. Kelsey plans on majoring in Graphic Design in the University of Cincinnati’s DAAP Program.


Maria is a senior at Seton High School and she is a captain of cross country and track teams. She loves to run! Along with this, she is also on student council at Seton and is the co-president of Seton's National Art Honor Society. Maria loves painting and drawing alike and her favorite styles of painting are impressionism and realism. Next year, when Maria
  is in college, she plans to study early childhood education.