Director John Bower introduces the Indiana Artisan organization, founded in 2008 as a collaborative art and economic development program for Hoosier artists.
For artist Anne Ryan Miller, nature is more than just an inspiration; it's an intricate part of her artistic vision and her passion for stained glass artwork.
In 1996, Amy Brier helped create the Indiana Limestone Symposium; now twenty years later, she continues to teach the incredible process of stone sculpture.
For painter Dawn Adams, art has not only been an outlet, it has been life-affirming. Today, Adams strives to create peaceful worlds within watercolors.
To Sayaka Ganz, no object is without value. Within her Fort Wayne studio, she creates incredible large-scale animalistic sculptures out of reclaimed plastic.
Richard Malogorski is bringing historic beauty to modern locations. Join us as we learn more about his amazing panoramic Cirkut Camera photography. photography.
For Luke Combs, chef and co-owner of the Sweet Grass Restaurant, food is about more than just a nice evening out, it's an art and a lifelong passion.
We take to the streets to explore the art of Mike Burchfield, a Bloomington-based graffiti artist creating large-scale murals for the community at large.
Local artist James Campbell joins us for our first Expressions segment! From books to berets, Campbell's art inspires viewers to look at objects in a new way.
From painters to fire dancers, "Expressions" will profile some of the state's most talented artists and artistic traditions.