2022 Pieces

Local Support

by Mallory Feltz

“Local Support” is an artwork inspired by the magic of our immediate surroundings, and celebrates our local, natural area. Often overlooked, beautiful Ohio rocks are delicately wrapped in colorful yarn to draw your attention, like little gifts. All the yarn was sourced from Southern Ohio homesteads that raise sheep and alpacas. Learn more…

Earth Wish

by Julia Lipovsky

This pebble mosaic takes inspiration from celestial energies in hopes of channeling them as a resource for visitors of this space. Located at the base of stone steps that were once someone’s home, Earth Wish is a spiraling shooting star intended to emphasize the magic of a space that has housed many creatures in its history. Learn more…

Trail of Contemplation

by kateri sparrow

By providing words for thought and elevating what some might consider the mundane to sacred status I hope to foster a positive relationship with the Earth. Tying humans to the physical Earth as children of our Mother Earth via the sacred trail and its shrines will create a sense of unity. Learn more…

Our Space Between

by Marin Emanuel

Our Space Between is a summoning portal in the fairy realm, and you are cordially invited.

Follow the fey trail markers to a garden within halo trees. Step inside the ring to travel to the land between time. Once you’re there, sing, dance, converse, and engage with the fairies. Learn more…

2021 Pieces

Reclaimed by the Beast

by Jess Thayer

This piece speaks to power and persistence of nature; systems of growth and decay that have evolved over millennia. ​As a mere blip in the evolution of our planet, we need to be aware of our footprint on the environment and how we affect our climate.  Learn more…

Seasons of the Midwest

by John Humphries

These ceramic pieces are based upon the Japanese notion of 72 seasons. My new pieces are trying to depict the passage of time in the Midwest by activities and phenomena rather than arbitrary dates. Included in my list of events are: The First Prediction of Snow, Harvesting of the Corn, The Last Mowing of the Year, The Geese Return, Peas Are Planted, or The Running of the Wiener Dogs.  Learn more…

21 Creatures

by Hannah Peacock + Andy Leytze

This project was dreamt as a way to engage and expand. Everyone who passes and interacts is a part of 21 creatures, for we all live in the year 21’, and are therefore creatures of it. We aim to be a reminder that everyday, every moment, we have the option to change how we interact with the world and how the world interacts with us. Learn more…

Camp Washington Lath Gongshi

by Geoffrey “Skip” Cullen

This piece is about dealing with the past, using what is available, and trying to make a better future.  The reclaimed lumber was removed and repurposed from an apartment building in the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati.  Originally built in 1900, over a century of different repairs and woods were used within.  It’s a reminder that we are a part of nature, impermanent, and always changing.   Learn more…

Past Pieces:


by Amy Tuttle + Emily Farison
2020 – 2022

Trail Map

Click here or on the image below to download a map of Imago’s trails. You can find the location of each art installation on the map.