CLEVELAND -- If you're looking for a one-stop shopping art "fix," few places will satisfy you quite like the West 78th Street Studios.
Five buildings that used to be home to an automaker and greeting card company now serve as a home base to artists looking to make, display and sell their craft.
"I couldn't be happier doing what I am doing, and I am surrounded by such beautiful things," says Daniel Bush, owner of West 78th Street Studios.
Art of every kind is worked on here -- art made from nature, art made from homemade trinkets, human art, window art, and theater arts. What stands out to any professional artist is: art that can be sold.
On the third Friday of every month, the building is open to the public and the art of every one of the artists in house, as well as some others, is put out for display.
Last month, they had nearly 1,000 art lovers show up to soak up the color and texture of the West 78th Street Studios.