|

T. K. McGuire

T.K. McGuire is a local Indiana contemporary artist and advocate for Art Therapy and mental health awareness. McGuire received her BFA from Herron School of Arts and Design with an emphasis in painting and psychology.  Continuing her education in art and psychology, she pursued research in the Art Therapy graduate program, and now dedicates her…

|

Charles Culp

Charles Culp was born and raised in a town called Vincennes. After receiving his degree in Education from Indiana University in 2008, he joined Americorps. Since then he has been an advocate for non-profits and community education in Colorado, Tennessee, and now in his home state of Indiana. He is passionate about making a lasting…

|

Black History Month – Group Exhibition

Black History Month first originated as part of an initiative by writer and educator Dr. Carter G. Woodson. He and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History announced the second week of February to be “Negro History Week” Woodson proclaimed that Negro History Week should always occur in the second week of February — between the…

Amber Robinson

Amber Robinson is a local artist that loves trying different mediums and encouraging others to make something new. From stage management for theater to starting her own food truck, Amber now hopes to make it her life’s mission to help as many people grow spiritually, artistically and financially as possible. Stay tuned for new projects,…

|

Cathy Williams : Organic Truths

December 6th-29th I am an abstract expressionist painter who creates non-representational works on canvas.  These works are alive with my organic and gestural movements Charcoal and oil stick markings activate these canvases allowing my intuitive thoughts to develop and awaken.  Working with acrylics, charcoal, spray paint, ink, collage and found objects are the mainstay of…

|

Darrell Staggs: Art – With the Dimension of Time

A photograph enables the dimension of Time to be added to art. An accumulation of time that the human brain is incapable of capturing. Or, a minuscule fraction of time that the brain is also incapable of capturing and retaining. Artist Bio:I retired from a 38 year successful career of engineering – creatively solving problems…

| |

Ruth Y Liu

Ruth Y Liu: I used to be a university lecturer in China, teaching graphic design. My husband and I ran a photography studio for over 10 years since 2003. In 2014, my family came to the United States and settled in Bloomington, Indiana. Although the living environment and language environment have changed greatly, it has…