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August News from Art IN Hand Gallery

 

Art IN Hand's annual silent auction to benefit the Humane Society for Boone County begins September 5th. Once again, our artists have donated work with 100% of the proceeds benefitting our local Humane Society. 

The Humane Society for Boone County is located at 5366 South Indianapolis Road between State Road 267 and Whitestown Parkway.


Art After Five happens every first Friday of the month, and Art IN Hand will be open until 8pm.  Bring your family and friends.  Art IN Hand is a co-op gallery owned and operated by 22 local artists.  

Congratulations to Dan Driggs and Carrie Wild who recently won awards during their paticipation at August Art Fairs.  Dan Driggs won the Neil Kienitz Award for Representational Art at the Lubeznik Art Fair in Michigan City, as well as an honerable mention in painting at the Ethos Celebration of the Arts in Franklin.
 Carrie Wild recieved 
an overall “Third Place” award at Art on the Commons in Kettering, OH.  

Artist Updates
 

Deb Achgill (Fused Glass)

Art on the Wabash. September 22.  West Lafayette.

 

Chuck Bruce  (Jewelry)
Penrod Art Fair.  September 7.  Indianapolis.
St. James Art Fair.  October 4-6.  Louisville, KY
   
Teaching: 
Intro to Inlay Class.  Week of September 16. 

Wildacres Retreat  Little Switzerland, NC

Beginning Stone Inlay Class.  Week of October 20
Advanced Stone Inlay Class.  Week of October 27

William Holland School of Lapidary Arts  Young Harris, GA.

Chris Davis (Raku Pottery)
Fourth Street Festival of Arts & Crafts.  August 31- Sept 1.  Bloomington, IN
Peoria Art Festival. September 28.  Peoria, IL

Hyde Park. October 6. Cincinnati, OH

 

Judy DeGan (Pottery)
Penrod Art Fair. September 7.  Indianapolis. 
Carmel International Arts Festival. September 28-29.  Carmel, IN

 

Daniel Driggs  (Painting)  

Penrod Art Fair.  September 7.  Indianapolis.
Port Middleton Arts Festival.  September 14.  Middleton, OH
Lockerbie Street Market.  September 21.  Lockerbie Street & Park Ave.  Indianapolis.
Art on the Wabash.  September 22.  West Lafayette.
Art at the Riverside.  Septmber 28.  Leo, IN

Monument Circle Art Fair.  October 12.  Indianapolis.

 

Scott Kinzie (Photography)

Lockerbie Street Market.  September 21.  Lockerbie Street & Park Ave.  Indianapolis.
 

Sally Phillips  (Jewelry)
Upper Arlington.  September 2. Columbus, OH
Penrod Art Fair.  September 7.  Indianapolis

Riverwalk Art Show.  September 21-22.  Naperville, IL
Chautauqua Art Show. September 27-28. Chautauqua, WI

St. James Art Show. October 4-6. Louisville, KY
Pink Palace Art Fair. October 11-13. Memphis, TN
Ocala Art Festival. October 26-27. Ocala, FL

 

Carrie Wild  (Water Color) 
Fourth Street Festival of Arts & Crafts.  August 31- Sept 1.  Bloomington, IN

Edwards Place Fine Art Fair.  September 21-22.  Springfield, IL

 

Oil Painting from Lori Taylor

Lori Taylor, a native Hoosier, is a full time high school art teacher and a part time oil painter. She is inspired by nature and loves to paint what she sees through a creative lens. Here is a brief snapshot of her creative process, in her own words.

“I see potential paintings in just about everything. A flowering bush on my way to work; better take a reference photo just in case. An Indiana sunset while headed down a country back road, better take a few photos just in case. Unable to take a reference photo because I’m driving; better make a quick sketch and write down detailed notes about color and texture as soon as I get stopped. You see the pattern here? I’m inspired by nature and almost every day I find something that captures my eye and inspires me to paint.

This started out with trees, which I’ve always been incredibly drawn to, and later moved on to flowers, sunsets, and landscapes. Sometimes the color combinations were natural and other times I used color to tell a mood or reflect on a specific emotion I felt at the moment. For example, my painting “Magnolia Blossom” was based on a photo of a magnolia tree that I took while visiting New Orleans. The reference flowers were white, in my painting however, the flowers are red and yellow with blue and red leaves. I wanted to capture the emotion of my time in the city and that’s where the color came from. 

Most recently I started working on a series of small paintings based on bible verses. It’s a departure from my nature inspired works but I’m really loving the challenge of working completely from my own imagination. The smaller scale also allows me to complete the work more quickly and I’m really enjoying that aspect. As an artist, I definitely have a common focus but sometimes something will just smack me over the head, like the bible verses, and I have to paint it in order to quiet my mind. It’s the only way to get it out. Sometimes, for me, these are the most inspiring works of all.”

 

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