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November 11, 2016

 

We’re Caught In A Trap: Melanie Pennington’s Gentle Giants

Securing the perimeter of her home place are Pennington’s own hulking forms, equally redolent of anatomy and primal energy, possibly demanding a blood meal.

November 11, 2016

 

Picture of a snowy egret

Rosamond Purcell Strives To Find Beauty In Unlikely Places

"Greatest living 17th-Century photographer" finds treasure in others' trash

September 30, 2016

 

small urban landscape painting

Mark Ratzlaff: More Paintings About Buildings And Cars

Mark Ratzlaff has made paintings of possums and pizza boxes, but he's being hailed by the most staid arts organizations in Indiana. Does subject matter?

September 22, 2016

 

Cummins Corporate Office Building, interior

Exhibit Columbus Coaxes City Beyond Historic Preservation

Architects, designers, and community stakeholders convene for the launch of Exhibit Columbus, to further the city's identity as an aesthetic standard-bearer.

September 16, 2016

 

house with downspouts emerging in random configuration

IU Sculptors Stage Architectural Intervention For ArtPrize

Before it is razed and reënvisioned, a derelict neighborhood in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan is being occupied by IU MFAs competing in ArtPrize 2016.

September 3, 2016

 

Giving A Wildly Popular Art-Making Activity The College Try

Whether stress reliever, creative outlet, antidote to screens, or happy hour pastime, coloring has become popular among adults and lucrative for publishers.

August 18, 2016

 

Flamenco

‘Flamenco’ Sculpture To Be Gifted To Columbus

Columbus residents enjoyed the sculpture so much, they raised more than $40,000 to purchase it for the city.

August 18, 2016

 

rainworks installation

IU Eskenazi Museum Of Art To Unveil Rain-Activated Art

The rain-activated artwork typically lasts two to four months, depending on the weather.

July 22, 2016

 

Painting At The Core, Across Decades And Continents

Regardless of the vagaries of time and place--no matter how dramatic--Annemarie Mahler-Ettinger identifies with the art she has made since the age of three.

July 9, 2016

 

Sandy Wood Taylor and her granddaughter

Remembering Sandy Wood Taylor

It's the rare artist who maintains a serious stake in visual arts and music. Family, friends, colleagues, and a suprising protege remember Sandy Wood Taylor.

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