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 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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November 30th, 2017

From Dusk to Dawn

by cgindy

The City Gallery is pleased to present “From Dusk to Dawn,” new work by Kristin Divers. Divers, an accomplished pastel artist, has worn many hats at the Harrison Center, as a patron, studio artist and board member. For this show, she made a break from the figurative work she has shown here in past exhibits, […]

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October 31st, 2017

Rediscovering Indianapolis, Anna Afshar

by Kate Oberreich

Anna Afshar came to Indianapolis twenty three years ago for a job in chemistry, but with life changes came a new role as an artist. Watching the city of Indianapolis change over the years, Anna is continuing to fall in love and to rediscover Indianapolis over and over again. The process of preparing for her […]

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October 3rd, 2017

Inheriting Indianapolis

by cgindy

  Painter Jed Dorsey is no stranger to the City Gallery. His paintings of urban Indy, from stunning night time scenes of the city Capital to sun-dappled neighborhood alleys have become favorites among new art patrons, seasoned buyers and lovers of all things Indy. Dorsey grew up on scenic Camano Island, WA, surrounded by pine […]

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July 31st, 2017

Crossroads and a Finish Line

by cgindy

The City Gallery is pleased to present Crossroads, new work by Jessica Green, opening Friday, August 4. We caught up with her to ask a few questions about her life as a painter and about her upcoming show. 1) Would you tell us a little bit about your background and personal history as an artist? My career […]

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July 6th, 2017

New Kid on the Block

by Nikki Owens

This month in the City Gallery, artist Kyle Ragsdale has a new show opening and it’s all about neighbors. Ragsdale took inspiration from his own friends and neighbors on Pleasant Street in the Fountain Square neighborhood–particularly a new kid on the block who is always running around looking for kids to play with. The neighboring kids […]

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June 20th, 2017

The Local, by Jack Wickes

by Nikki Owens

Capitol at Sunset For the month of June the City Gallery is featuring a show of place-based photography titled The Local, by Jack Wickes. Jack Wickes and his wife Julia lived in Indianapolis in the early years of their marriage, leaving for a few years for Washington DC. Jack, a Vietnam veteran, attended Indiana University and […]

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May 1st, 2017

Places

by Kate Oberreich

In 2011 Courtland Blade moved to Indianapolis. At the time his work focused on places of transience – spaces he viewed as “places that are not concerned with identity.” – stark, empty store aisles and cubicle filled offices, for example. These “non-spaces” as Blade referred to them, held no historical context and could exist anywhere. […]

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April 4th, 2017

Verdure in the City Gallery

by cgindy

verdure[vur-jer] noun 1. greenness, especially of fresh, flourishing vegetation. 2. green vegetation, especially grass or herbage. 3. freshness in general; flourishing condition; vigor. This month in the City Gallery you can see new work by Alicia Zanoni and Brendan Day, and you’ll be green with envy over these paintings! Following the lead of our annual FoodCon convention, Alicia […]

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