I’m very happy to be featured at the gorgeous new Rumjahn Gallery along with some of my favorite local artists (and many other awesome ones I’m encountering for the first time)! If you haven’t stopped by yet, you need to…they’ve really done an amazing job with the space. I love their setup and their variety. And if you’re an artist looking to show work, they’re really nice folks!
Here’s the link to my profile, you can see all kinds of neat artists on there.
Rumjahn Gallery and Framery is at 310 Main Street, Evansville IN 47708, and they’re open Tuesday-Saturday 10-5.
It’s that time again!! I’ll be there with a ton of other awesome local artists. Come shop FINE ART for $50 and under (in my case, often WAY WAY under). We’ll be there from 10am to 4pm, outside at Angel Mounds State Historic Site!!
Here’s the YART event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1780257948863170/
The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana is having their annual Art in the City show, starting with their opening reception tomorrow! Art in the City is the Arts Council’s annual members exhibition, with its Facebook Events Page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/705937039437700/
The reception is May 23, 5PM-7:30PM with an awards ceremony at 6pm. The show runs until June 27th. Another one of those shows I wanted to be in but couldn’t do this summer due to scheduling conflicts. D’oh!! Fortunately there’s always next year, and in the meantime lots of nice art to enjoy this year. There’s at least three fellow Arts Council of Doom members in the show too (some of us like to double dip), Scott Scheller, Matt Perez and JoAnn Goodman. I’m a big fan of their work so I can’t wait to see what they and others there have to offer us this year!
As if EDAC wasn’t awesome enough, the Franklin Street Events Association is now gearing up to do the same thing EVERY SATURDAY in Summer. It will be a farmer’s market with all locally grown produce, planning to accept EBT/SNAP so that everyone can have access to good food, and in addition it will include several artist and crafter booths! In short, Franklin Street is establishing its very own weekly Bazaar that will have wonderful fresh food, local art, and crafts all summer long. It’s an amazing initiative and an local event not to be missed!
They’re finalizing their plans now. The last planning meeting is scheduled for June 7th, at 9am. Here’s the Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1437911746457875/
And the Bazaar itself is set to begin on June 21! Here is the event for that: https://www.facebook.com/events/496237040502190/