Strauss Studios features custom, art-infused furniture and home decor

CANTON — A vivid, complete-wall mural greets website visitors to Strauss Studios as soon as they enter the brick, character-endowed building on Walnut Avenue NE in downtown Canton.

The imaginative aquatic scene is a precursor to a furniture boutique and artwork gallery combo that is anything at all but standard.

Open at 236 Walnut Ave. NE for about 10 several years, the previous John Strauss Furniture recently improved its name to Strauss Studios to superior replicate its artistic id and focus.

Even though Strauss specializes in planning and making furnishings, business enterprise partner Carisa Marie Bell focuses on interior style and design.

Strauss and Bell began working jointly professionally in 2012 they are acquiring married in June. Originally from the West Coast, Bell co-owns Strauss Studios.

Strauss Studios, formerly John Strauss Furniture Design, blends custom-made furniture with artistic elements. The store at 236 Walnut Ave. NE in Canton also has an art gallery featuring public exhibits.

Artwork exhibitions

Strauss Studios also has a whole slate of public art exhibits scheduled for its upstairs gallery, which features exposed brick relationship to the building’s development in the early 1900s.

Before this month, local artist Steve Ehret opened an show titled, “Preserve Watering the Crops.” He also painted the mural inside the entrance of Strauss Studios.

His other will work will be on display through Nov. 12, adopted by artist Morgan Spangle’s exhibition from Nov. 19 through Dec. 17. The artwork of David Kuntzman was showcased earlier this yr.