Jeannie Tagle brings her Halloween display props and sensibilities to her amusing and topical Christmas and Easter mash-ups.
From a small scale beginning in 1957 to 2013 – the year after Ron’s death – Ron and Betty Manolio filled their suburban Cleveland front yard with real hand-painted (by Ron) eggshells. Based on Betty’s graph paper designs, new themes and figures appeared annually. A three-generational-family-installation-project overseen by Ron and Betty in later years, sometimes […]
These displays are mostly handmade, Randy Skalos’ Haunt on Williams Street also features vintage and custom crafted items. Most of the displays are re-installed annually 2-3 weeks before Halloween, and are taken down the day after.