Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Brick Street Gallery Walk

Update: Link to IndyStar.com article

Update: The weather is looking to be perfect for the Brick Street Gallery Walk!

Satch and I will be at the Kellar Mahaney Gallery this Friday (June 25, 2010) from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. for Zionsville's Brick Street Gallery Walk. We will be showing and discussing our work and Satch plans to be painting. The gallery is just north of the Friendly Tavern. Please stop by and see us and check out the Kellar Mahaney Gallery. Lolly, the owner, features a fine array of paintings assemblages, sculpture and photography. The gallery is bright and welcoming and you won't find a nicer gallery owner anywhere.

Main Street is closed to vehicle traffic so the bricks are only open to art lovers on foot. The streets are lined with artists, there are music performances and all of the galleries are having open houses. Zionsville's Village atmosphere makes for an incredible evening. This is one of the nicest annual art events in greater Indianapolis and definitely the most underrated.

We hope that you can make it to Zionsville for a part of, or the entire, Friday evening. Goodness knows Zionsville has some fab restaurants. I might just have to sneak over to Plum's Upper Room for a piece of their amazing carrot cake towards the end of the night...

The photograph shown in this post is a part of my collection at the Kellar Mahaney Gallery. It was made at St. Mary's in downtown Indianapolis. As always, click to enlarge the photograph.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Monday, June 14, 2010


Yesterday we returned from Michigan. We timed it perfectly so that we were caught right in the middle of a severe thunderstorm for the last five miles. Luckily, no hail.

Satch's opening at the Craig Smith Gallery was great fun and it was outstanding to see her excellent work on the walls of such a fine gallery. And, it was very cool for some good friends from Indianapolis to come up for the opening.

She will be posting her take, and some photos, on all of it in just a little while. When she does I will link to the post from here.

It was a pleasure seeing Harry Borgman, and his fiancee, Gloria Bursey. We also went to a lecture and exhibit at the Krasl in St. Joseph featuring a Craig Smith Gallery artist, Judith Mullen. Finally getting the chance to meet her was a treat as we have admired her work for many years.

All in all, it was quite a trip. The lake is always rejuvenating and we were able to spend some nice time walking the beach. I did attempt to make a few photographs. I'll know more about that on Wednesday.

Saturday, June 12, 2010