The first solo museum show of T.C. Steele's paintings in Indianapolis since his death in 1926 asserts the artist's devotion to his native surroundings.
Following Mark Ratzlaff’s career has been challenging—before to his current show, his last solo exhibition was held in 2005.
LeGrand and Boswell are plein air painters, meaning they work outdoors, at the mercy of changing light and the elements.
The tradition of painting outdoors on this particular hilltop dates back to 1907, when a well-known American Impressionist purchased the abandoned farmstead.