January 26th, 2018

Captured in an Instant: Abstract Views of the City

by cgindy

Next month in the City Gallery, see urban Indy in a whole new light when we present Captured in an Instant: Abstract Views of the City by photographer, Darrell Staggs. Staggs’ images represent what the artist “sees” as an extension of where most people only “look”. His work captures the abstract beauty that is all around, but often missed. […]

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January 19th, 2018

A Fresh Look at a “Cool” Genre

by Kipp Normand

Snow Scene at the Shrine of Benzaiten, 1844, Utagawa Hiroshige Hunters in the Snow, 1565, Bruegel the Elder I love landscape paintings. Yes, I know I know, landscape paintings have a bad rep – usually considered the purview of little old ladies, and fans of “safe” art (you know what I am talking about)… BUT…I […]

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January 4th, 2018

Winter in Indy

by cgindy

There’s no denying that winter has arrived in Indianapolis. Record-breaking low temperatures and a seemingly daily fresh dusting of snow will hardly let us forget. This month, in City Gallery, a group of talented artists remind us of the beauty that goes along with the deep freeze. “Winter in Indy” is a collection of landscape […]

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January 2nd, 2018

Porching

by cgindy

The very first thing I noticed inside the City Gallery of the Harrison Center was the pair of turquoise porch swings hanging in front of their front window.  These swings were inspired by the term Porching, which is a self-claimed term by the Harrison Center that puts an action to an everyday object. The act […]

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