James "2thymes" Shuttic

Artist of many mediums.
Currently resides in Warren, Ohio.
Artist/Owner (alongside wife and fellow artist Julia Shuttic) of Shuttic Arts.
A founding and current member of the Independent Artist Association.

Another side view of a Converted/modified/ARTified U.S. Army ammunition box that will be part of a larger sculptural work I will be installing later this week in a public garden 
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Converted/modified/ARTified U.S. Army ammunition box that will be part of a larger sculptural work I will be installing later this week in a public garden   (at www.FaceBook.com/ShutticArts)
Interior shot of the old Robins Theatre, located @ 166 East Market St., Warren, Ohio.  ~James Shuttic
Took this a couple of weeks ago. Had taken an early Saturday morning walk off of the Howland Park boardwalk trail. The lines and angles created by the reflections of the trees onto the water first caught my eye, but it was the ripples that were most peculiar. I swear I saw faces, almost fading in and out with the changing water.
Have a Safe & Happy 4th of July
2thymes:

Courthouse Square in downtown Warren, Ohio.
Fog and rain make for a wonderful combination.
~James Shuttic

2thymes:

Courthouse Square in downtown Warren, Ohio.
Fog and rain make for a wonderful combination.
~James Shuttic

Photograph shot this past Saturday at 410 S. Main St., Warren, Ohio.

Building was once abandoned, but has been recently restored and now houses a coffee shop, art gallery, and artists studios.

http://www.vindy.com/news/2014/jun/10/remnant-of-warrens-main-street-history-t/
Interior shot of the old Robins Theatre, located at 166 East Market St., Warren, Ohio.

The theatre opened on January 9, 1923. Designed by C. Howard Crane and I.J. Goldston and constructed by Charles Shutrump and Sons. Co of Youngstown, construction began in 1922 at a cost of $300,000.

The exterior is in the Italian Renaissance style, while the interior is in the Adam style. The interior boasts Vermont marble columns, grand staircases, an ornate cieling resembling the night sky, and large window- shaped grilles which once housed the pipes for the theatre’s organ. The orchestra floor seated 1,100, and the mezzanine seated 400, totalling 1,500 seats. The stage was once used for vaudeville productions, and could be converted from motion pictures to live theatre performances in 24 hours.

The theatre remained in continuous operation fron 1923 to 1974, when its doors were permanently.
Interior shot of the old Robins Theatre. 
Located at 166 East Market Street in Warren, Ohio.
President McKinley memorial (Niles, Ohio)
Shortly after 3:30 a.m.
Photo by James Shuttic

The National McKinley Birthplace Memorial Library and Museum is the national memorial to President William McKinley located in Niles, Ohio. Also known as the McKinley Memorial Library, Museum & Birthplace Home, the Memorial is a 232 foot by 136 foot by 38 foot marble monument with two wings. One houses the McKinley Memorial Library, which is a public library. The second wing features the McKinley Museum with exhibits about President McKinley, and an auditorium.

Link to museum web page with further info http://mckinleybirthplacemuseum.org
Stargazer Lily
Flowers in my yard
-James Shuttic
Full Moon Friday, the 13th
Featured in “This Old House”, this now recently acquired mansion on North Park Avenue in Warren, Ohio is set to be restored, and then used for housing veterans returning from active duty. 
The fog helped to create a wonderfully natural filter effect. 
Unedited, no filter

Link with more info http://wkbn.com/2014/05/28/historical-warren-mansion-to-house-returning-veterans/
The Elm Road Triple Drive-in, Warren Ohio
Founded in 1950 by Stephen Hreno and wife, Mary. On August 3, 1950, the drive-in opened its doors as a single screen, outdoor movie exhibitor. In the late 1970’s, Robert Hreno, the present owner/operator and son of Stephen Hreno, began designing a new state of the art 4,000 square foot concession stand that also included plans for a second screen. His dreams finally materialized, and on August 3, 1979, a new grand opening of the Elm Road Twin Drive-in Theatre was celebrated. Numerous improvements were made over the next several years including the construction of a new screen I, the installation of a sound system to broadcast the movies in FM stereo through your car radio, and even new additions to the playground. 
     In the late fall of 2004, yet another screen was erected. Finally, in May of 2005, the Elm Road Triple Drive-In Theatre was born, as screen III was opened to the public. in 2013 digital projectors were installed on all 3 screens.
"Larvae in the Kingdom of a Womb". Late night, break time quickie (4 minute drawing) ~ James Shuttic