Pull Club is a girl powered printmaking and design studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. Made up of three artists Pull Club focuses on textile and paper print goods, with screen printing as the central process to creation. All projects are handmade in our clubhouse studio, located in the industrial enclave of Camp Washington.
Meet the Club
A Cincinnati native, born and raised on the West Side. Amy holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the Art Academy of Cincinnati, class of 2010. An active member of the Cincinnati art community, she along with Molly Donnermeyer, run Live(In) Gallery, which hosts monthly art shows out of their Brighton apartment. She serves on the the Art Academy's Alumni Council. Amy has shown work at the Dayton Institute of Art, Semantics Gallery, and the Rosenberg Gallery in Baltimore. Amy works at ArtWorks, and is passionate about public art, placemaking, and engaging young, emerging and student artists.
Cincinnati based by way of Indiana and Texas, Chelsey Hughes is a 2010 graduate of the Art Academy of Cincinnati. While in college Chelsey studied printmaking and illustration. She has been creating work under the name ChuChu producing small works including prints, pins, earrings, and other trinkets. She is currently working in the ArtWorks summer program as a teaching artist. At ArtWorks Chelsey works with a team of 22 youth apprentices who will create a series of murals in Cincinnati's alley ways.
Ohio native Linda received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 2009. Since then, she has continued her artistic pursuits through personal studio work, contributing to PULL CLUB, and working as a graphic designer in Covington, Kentucky. In addition to her love for art and design, she enjoys camping, video games, and is a soon to be a black belt in karate. She currently lives in the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati where she can be seen walking Oda, her shiba inu!