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January 29, 2013 / ivytechartspartner

Gallery Walk February 1, 2013 5:00-8:00 pm



Greetings Fellow Gallerywalkers, Friday February 1st is the 1st Gallery Walk of the year! This Gallery Walk will be the perfect opportunity to visit with the latest exhibitions of art in Bloomington, as well as experience some new art Venue’s in the BEAD district, on the square. Visit the following locations to find the latest in artistic expression within our community:

-By Hand Gallery
-Gallery 406
-Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center Galleries
-Pictura Gallery
-The Venue Fine Art & Gifts
Auxillery Galleries:
-Gallery Group
-Blueline Creative Co-op & Gallery
-El Norteno Gallery
-Blue Studio
-Royal Hair Parlor

Check out for show details and a map!

By Hand

Contact information: Ruth Conway 824-4217

101 E. Kirkwood#109 Fountain Square Mall, Bloomington

Phone (812) 334-3255

Mon-Sat, 10-5:30pm.

January 16th- Feb 26th

Friday February 1st 5-8pm


The Topography of Near & Far. Prints by Elizabeth Busey.

Each print is created using one linoleum block, where ink is rolled on the block and

then printed on cotton rag paper. Elizabeth begins with a very minimal outline of the

subject, allowing the image to develop by carving away the block and printing each

stage with transparent layers of color. As the print develops, more linoleum is carved

away to create a rich two-dimensional exploration of the three-dimensional world.

By HandGalleryElizabeth BuseyComing of the Zephyr for print-1


Gallery 406

gallery406 Gallery Walk Press Release

Gallery Name: gallery406

Contact Name: Kendall Reeves

Phone number: (812) 333-0536



Title of Show: Camille Jungman Photography

Camille will show at gallery406 two separate but related portfolios of photographs. Each set

of prints depicts dreamlike, amorphous spaces in which two worlds collide: that of the familiar

organic world of everyday objects that surrounds us and that of the cold slick advertising world of

the mass media.

“In the Spotlight” is a set of digital prints based on close ups of objects that Camille shoots in

her home, work and street environments. She scans her black and white gelatin silver prints

into the computer, where she inserts images she has cut out of the mass media into the abstract

spaces. The portfolio, “Floaters,” consists of black and white gelatin silver prints that Camille

has created and then hand colored and collaged. For these she shoots the patterns of light and

shade found on a screen porch that is surrounded by a lush grove of bamboo trees. On the table,

chairs, and floor she has placed images of the human body she has cut, as in the digital prints,

from the mass media.

Elusive and mysterious, centered on floating and fragmented imagery, the prints in both portfolios

are compelling and interesting on some level other than the material and visual surface of things.

There are more things invisible than visible in our world. The human mind has always circled

around these things, but it is only art that can deal with them in a meaningful and provocative


Artists exhibiting:

Show dates:

Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am – 6:00pm

First Fridays 9:00am – 8:00pm

Sat by appointment

Camille Jungman

February 1, 2013 – March 29, 2013


Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center

122 S Walnut St

Bloomington, IN 47404


Opening Friday, February 1st, 5-8 pm

Jeremy Sweet:  Cut Away

Californian Jeremy Sweet creates wood panel pieces with free-form edges expertly using a wide range of mixed media.  He cites foreign film, surfing, skateboarding, and fatherhood among his many influences.

Kelly Franke:  Mary Ellen

Lose yourself in the velvety blacks and endless textures of Kelly Franke’s eleven-foot high charcoal drawings—meditations on the imagined depths of an individual’s psychological distress.

Ben Pines:  Portraits

Well-remembered for his 2012 Miller Gallery show of larger-than-life-sized group portraits, Ben Pines brings his quiet focus back to the individual in this new set of studies.

Susan Forney:  Restless Mind

Dedicated to the process of “creative aging” and self-reinvention, Susan Forney had only been painting for four months before a friend encouraged her to apply for this show.

Art exhibits run Feb 1-23

Open Mon-Fri 9-7; Sat 9-5; later during theatre performances.

Proud to be partnering with Oliver Winery at every First Friday opening reception.



“Cantos Familia” photographs by Jun itoi

Opening Reception February 1st, 5-8 pm
Show runs February 1 through March 30

Jun Itoi’s photographs, from the series Cantos Familia, are dark and lyrical woodscapes, long and quiet stretches of time enclosed inside square boundaries.

Itoi follows the paths of the late afternoon sun as it beams, hoovers, and descends inside the cold forests of Finland.  Like contemplative poems, the photographs seem to be searching for an answer that is echoed back incompletely.
Pictura Gallery

122 W. 6th Street Bloomington, IN 47404



{in the lobby of the Bloomington Playwrights Project}

107 West 9th Street, Bloomington, IN 47404

M-F 10am-4pm + 5-8pm First Fridays of the month


New Works in Mixed Media Mosaics, 2/1 – 4/4

Reception with the artists: Friday, Feb. 1, 5-7:30pm

Free & open to the public

Until then, stop by and enjoy our Winter Art Sale. Through the end of January, all currently exhibited works of art can be purchased for 15% off.

Current Price      Sale Price

$200                     $170

$150                     $127

$85                       $72

For gallery information, please contact:

Jana Lashbrook, Community Engagement Associate

812.332.2168 ext 269


The Venue Fine Art & Gifts

114 S. Grant

Bloomington IN



Gabe Colman

“An Art Exhibition by Multi-Talented Monique Cagle”

For Gallery Walk, this Friday, February 1st, beginning at 5:00 pm, The Venue Fine Art & Gifts will feature an exhibit of the artistic creations of Brown County Artist, Monique Cagle. Monique is an heir apparent to the great Indiana Artists of Brown County, T.C. Steele creating rural Indiana landscapes in her own recognizable style. Her paintings, both large and small, are as familiar and as comfortable as home.

In addition to her talents as a painter, Monique is an extraordinary jewelry maker. Her bracelets, necklaces, and earrings, in sterling silver with semiprecious stones, are all exquisite, one-of-a-kind creations. They are very affordable and make wonderful gifts, for yourself and others.

Monique will be present on Friday eve, and The Venue will provide gourmet soup and other refreshment for the occasion. Our complete collection of fine art and gifts will also be on display for viewing and purchase. Free parking will be available in the lot at Fourth and Grant.

This show will run at The Venue until February 14th.

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