The Indiana Artists continue to celebrate our centennial year with an exhibition in Brown County (Nashville, IN). One of my new “transitions” paintings entitled “Entangled Again” will be on display in the exhibit!
Brown County looks gorgeous in the Fall — so take a ride, relax, and enjoy beauty in many forms.
Nov. 5 – Dec. 17, 2017
Indiana Artists Member Centennial Exhibition 2017
at Brown County Art Gallery
1 Artist Drive, Nashville, IN 47448 M-Sat. 10am – 5pm Sun. 12-5pm
You can see some of the best works by Indiana artists, including my own, at the Indiana State Museum now through October 8, 2017. I’m excited to announce that my painting, Still Life With Summer Fruit, has been selected to be part of the Hoosier Salon’s 93rd Annual Exhibition.
The competition for the show was stiff. Out of 619 works of art submitted for the show, about 160 works were selected. Here’s a peek at my painting for the show. Too small to see it well here? It’s bigger and looks much better in person!! So put the show on your calendar this summer and go see it. (Lots of amazing work by great artists!!!)
Everything in the Hoosier Salon Exhibition can be purchased online at www.hoosiersalon.org or by calling (317)669-6050. Your purchase supports the artist and the Hoosier Salon Patrons Association, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt artist-service organization.
…to begin or add to an art collection. The 2015 Art Fair season has begun and this is a great time of year to get out and take a look at open air art shows. On a professional level, I like to get out and walk the shows, evaluating which may be a good fit for some of my smaller works. Having recently relocated to Indy from the northeast, all the shows in Indiana are new to me! Continue reading “‘Tis the Season”
I love plein air painting (painting outdoors) with my artist buddies. However, it’s totally different from painting in the comfort (and isolation) of the studio. Along with the views there’s nature to contend with. Sometimes it’s small wildlife that gets your attention, or weather conditions to take into consideration. And sometimes it’s bees that are territorial… or just curious. Continue reading “Watching Out For The Bees”
I started the year off with a challenge. I joined a group of artists online who were doing a painting a day for the month of January. The goal was to complete 30 paintings in one month. I didn’t complete all 30; I completed 23 paintings and learned a lot about my process.
In thinking about this painting for the exhibit entitled “Erasecism”, I concentrated on the dynamics of interaction that come into play in causing schisms and divisions amongst people. I assembled objects and symbols to represent groups of people and the dynamics of the group and individuals.