An exhibit at the Saks Gallery, at Keystone at the Crossing, highlights the interplay between the work of two dynamic local artists: Katrina Murray and Melissa Parrott Quimby.
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Indianapolis Art Center Show Highlights Midwestern Artists
The door for his studio only reads “REN” without any hint to his 38 years teaching hundreds of painters from 1973 to 2010, his travels through Southeast Asia as artist for the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, his research in symbology and/or the years he spent learning modern dance.
An actual art experience or a meta one?
A look at the Circle City Industrial Complex show that's exploring particle physics
Magdalena Segovia's new paintings, which tend towards abstraction, carry some distinct representational features that you'll see in her other work.
Martin Weinstein: Time Landscapes4 Star GalleryThrough Jan. 20
Martin Weinstein, a New York City artist, offers an outsider's perspective to the commercial gallery scene here in Indianapolis.
It shouldn't matter, and it doesn't. But the fact that Katherine Kadish has struggled with macular degeneration, an ocular disease that affects eyesight, may account for her looser interpretation of form and structure when it comes to painting. Kadish, whose exhibition A Geography of Color is on view at Ruschman Art Gallery through April 30, is considered one of the stalwarts of visual art in her hometown area of Dayton (she lives in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and New York City, and has exhibited internationally). In her first-time solo exhibition here, she offers a solid grasp of visual elements, especially when it comes to color, that betray in no negative way a challenge in seeing. In fact, to the contrary.
An artist may take years to develop his or her voice. How that voice develops is at heart a mystery, and yet certain aspects of the journey are consistent: The artist must be sensitive to the outside environment and to his or her own reflective experience of it
— for these are the elements that inform one’s artistic voice. Combine this with education, talent and persistence, and an artist potentially has what it takes to carve out a niche as a successful artist and build on his or her success for years to come.