Community artwork - electric art

Electrical Box Art by Denyse

Designed by: Denyse Carbonell
Location: The Corner of Ravenna Road and Joshua Miktarian Memorial Parkway

Twinsburg resident, Denyse Carbonell, is highly passionate about sharing her love for art. Denyse is a graduate from The Cleveland Institute of Art and went on to receive her Master’s degree in Art Education from Case Western Reserve University. She spent 20 years teaching art in Cleveland schools at a variety of grade levels, ranging from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade. Denyse opened her own business in 2015, Artist at Heart Painting Parties. Learn more about her at

Electrical Box Art by Kevin

Designed by: Kevin Smalley
Location: The Corner of Ravenna Road and Belmeadow Drive

Kevin lives and works in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. He studied fine arts, design and animation at the Columbus College of Art & Design. He has been exhibiting his work throughout northeast and central Ohio for the past eight years. His work won him second place overall in Akron's first annual Akron Art Prize competition in 2012. In 2008 and 2009 he was the recipient of artist grants through Downtown Akron Partnership to create artwork for Akron’s First Night celebrations. Concurrently in 2008 and 2009 Kevin was awarded best of show two years in a row in Summit Art Space’s annual Fresh Art exhibition. Kevin has exhibited his work in some of the region’s most notable gallery spaces - The Akron Art Museum, The Massillon Museum of Art, The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation, Don Drumm Studios, and most recently The Akron Community Foundation. Learn more about Kevin at

Electrical Box Art by Ann
Electrical Box Art by Jennifer

Designed by: Ann O'Loughlin
Location: Outside Twinsburg Fire Station #2

Ann believes that art is meant to invoke thought, pull community together and inspire. Her art is titled “Corbett’s American Gothic.” Her inspiration for this design comes from Grant Wood’s “American Gothic”, using the farmer and his wife, with the twist of memorable Corbett’s Farm; the barn, silo and dairy cows.

Ann is a freelance artist, Art Teacher and 23 year resident of Twinsburg. She learned various art media and techniques while earning her BFA from the Columbus College of Art & Design and her MAEd from Ursuline College. Ann has been an Art Instructor for over 15 years and is currently an Art Instructor for the Solon City Schools. She was also the art coordinator for the City of Solon where she was in charge of creating programs, instruction and managing various gallery sites. One of the joint art ventures she coordinated was “Focus”, a photo competition joining multiple photographers from Twinsburg, Aurora, Macedonia and several westside cities with over 300 pieces on display each year. 

Ann’s favorite quote is by Danny Kaye “Life is a great big canvas, and you should throw all the paint on it you can.” View more of her work

Designed by: Jennifer Ball
Location: Outside Walgreens near Township Square

Jennifer Ball is a four year resident of Twinsburg.  She lives with her husband, Jacob, and two children, Noah (6) and Lily (5).  Jennifer has a master’s degree in Art Education from the University of Kentucky and worked as a middle school art teacher for four years before becoming a stay at home mom. During this time, she used her degree by becoming a Pinterest addict and launched her business Wild Lily Designs via Facebook, where she specialized in doing Pinterest projects “for people who don’t have the time for that.” After two years of crafting at home, Jennifer took the leap to make her business a real thing and opened up Wild Lily Art Studio at 9840 Ravenna Rd. At Wild Lily, Jennifer teaches a broad variety of classes geared towards kids two years old to adults, creates custom home decor, and throws awesome birthday/private parties. You can see more from Jennifer at

Electrical Box Art by Maryann
Designed by: Maryann Rodin
Location: Meadowwood and Route 91
(electric box was removed due to road widening in 2019)
Maryann graduated from Kent State in 1995 with a BA in Art Education. She went on to earn her Masters Degree in the Art of Teaching in 2004 from Marygrove College. Her teaching experience now spans 21 years with various schools including Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland, Euclid, and her current position with West Geauga. Maryann lives with her husband Seth and their two children, Max and Sophie. She enjoys doing murals in her free time, as well as traveling and planning a future retirement in Florida. 
Amanda Wascovich
Dodge Electrical Box
Electrical Box Art by Dana
electric box 2

Designed by: Amanda Wascovich
Location: Outside Greenbridge Tea House on Church Street

Amanda graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor Degree in Fine Art and Crafts. She is an instructor and manager at Let’s Paint LLC, a locally owned wine and paint studio at 9945 Vail Drive, Twinsburg. Let’s Paint is the place for her to help and encourage others to create beautiful masterpieces of their own. She has worked with all ages: hosting birthday parties, fundraisers, and special events. She is experienced in creating work in a variety of mediums including painting, textiles, drawing, graphic design, jewelry, ceramics and more. She is an active member in the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce and enjoys making a positive influence in the community. Amanda is motivated to inspire people to feel more confident- creatively!

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Designed by: Emily Yambor & Dodge Students
Location: Ravenna Road outside of Dodge School

Proudly designed as a group art project showcasing school spirit!

Designed by: Dana Castrigano
Location: Rt 82 and Canyon Falls Blvd.

Dana Castrigano is a local art teacher for Twinsburg City Schools. When she is not teaching, she spends time with her husband,Jim, and two boys, Rudy and Joey. She also runs an art studio from her home called Periwinke Studio. She grew up in Cleveland and attended Kent State. She student taught in Florida and taught her first 5 years in Phoenix, AZ. She decided to move back to Cleveland to be closer to family. When she was presented with the idea to paint electrical box, she immediately thought of bees as her subject to hopefully bring awareness to the endangered bee population and the importance bees.

Designed by: Jed Davis
Location: Rt. 91 and Old Mills (in front of CVS)

Jed Davis is a Graphic Designer,  Illustrator, and Painter. Specializing in custom commissionable oil paintings and murals, he lives his professional life by a simple three-point mantra: Meet cool people; Make cool things; Drink hot coffee. This outlook has served him well over the years as he draws, designs, paints, and creates. In his free time, Jed is working on two children's books, a niche clothing store (, and a series of murals throughout his home. You can view more of his art at