Amy Mothersbaugh Roos is the owner of Studio 2091 in Cuyahoga Falls. The younger sister of Devo cofounder Mark Mothersbaugh, she has art in her veins and style in many forms. Buzzbin tracked her down to discuss her personal sense of fashion. How do you describe your sense of style? I am earthy and comfortable. I prefer designs that are classic and simple. I adore wearing gray, black, brown and cream. My favorite color really is gray. That’s probably a coping mechanism from living in Ohio for 49 years. How different is that from those prime experimental years of high school/ college? In high school, I craved everything new. I wanted the new music, the new designers and the new artists. I did not fully appreciate the beauty of the music, art and clothing that preceded my personal existence at age 18. Now, I still adore where art, music and clothing are going. But, there is something so much more sensual and resounding to my soul when I look back at the classic vintage styles and realize these clothes have lasted several lifetimes. That is substantial to me. What about you stands out the most? My enthusiasm. My parents taught me to dream big and make those dreams come true. After that, I have really crazy hair and lots and lots of scarves. I’ve worn a streak of red in my hair for the last three years and cannot imagine giving it up! What has the strongest influence on you? I think I am most drawn to vintage clothing — real vintage clothing, not just the style. I have been combing through the clothes at Violet Velvet and The Hidden Pearl. I would dress in clothing from there everyday if I were not slinging paint, vacuuming and hammering two-by-fours on a regular basis. A big part of running a gallery is to be ready for physical labor one minute, and greeting new visitors the next. How do you bring your style into the workings of your art gallery, Studio 2091? It’s inviting to everyone, not just the elite or those with PhDs. Viewing art is not a scholastic event. We bring a “wow” factor into each show. José Sacaridiz had an opening in February with an owl theme. We cut down trees and nailed them to the floor! But this is far from a circus environment. Everything we do is just enhancing the artwork. It’s all about enthusiasm.