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Art favorites: Nocturnal Landscape

George Winter, a British-born artist of early American subjects, is one of the first (maybe the first) professional painters in Indiana. He came to the Logansport area specifically drawn to the plight of the Native Americans of the area and their forced relocation. 71 more words

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Penrod Arts Fair at the Indianapolis Museum of Art
They don’t call it Indiana’s nicest day for no reason. The beautiful grounds of the IMA are perfectly suited for Saturday’s display of more than 300 artists. 114 more words

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Art favorites: Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee

Water and sky—usually so comforting—are menacing in the context of this painting. Yet in the midst of the metaphorical woes reflected in the dark skies and the roiling waters is calm. 35 more words

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Do you have any photographic haunts?

Where do you go for everyday shooting? Do you have some favorite places, places that seldom let you down?

The sprawling grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art used to be that place for me. 429 more words

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As we wend our way home from “The Motor City,” we stopped in Indianapolis to see a heap of historic sites, from extensions of our research on The Vagabonds, to the Indy 500, to a presidential home, a capitol, and a fine art museum.  1,928 more words

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Art favorites: Concave or Standing Woman

Archipenko’s work speaks to me with its fluidity, simple lines, and use of space. According to Archipenko, “In art the shape of the empty space should be no less important than the meaning of the shape of solid matter.” Like with music where rests inform the music as much as the notes themselves, the empty space in… 22 more words

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Photo: Orange and yellow tulip

On the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, April 2015

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