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May 3, 2012

Thursday

  • First Thursday 5pm to 8pm @ Downtown

    Join us in downtown Muncie on Thursday, May 3rd for First Thursday.

    The First Thursday gallery walk is a monthly celebration of local art in Muncie's historic downtown district. New monthly exhibits are unveiled in galleries throughout downtown from 5pm to 8pm on the first Thursday of every month. Stroll the streets, meet the artists, enjoy live music, and find free refreshments at nearly every stop.

     

    111 Arts Gallery
    (Bicycle Art) - 111 E Main

    "Rat rod bikes custom bikes by local artist."

     

    The Artist Within
    Advanced Art From Muncie Central and Southside Highschool - 313 S Walnut

    May at the Artist Within will feature artwork by advanced high school art students from Muncie Central and Muncie Southside. Art instructors Ana Maria Picardo, Helen Zacek, and Britt Husman have selected "the best of the best" from their advanced two dimensional and three dimensional classes. The show, "Advanced Art", will include drawings, paintings, prints, sculpture, jewelry and ceramics.  The show runs from May 3rd through Saturday May 26th.

     

    Cornerstone Center for the Arts
    2nd Chance - 520 E Main

    Gary Zimmerman will be presenting his painting and photography in a show entitled 2nd Chance. Zimmerman is retired from automotive manufacturing and is using his retirement to jump back into his early love of art which he studied in college. He started back by taking a few classes at Cornerstone and his work reflects his love of the creative process of art with a mixture of techniques and media.

    The Cornerstone Art Gallery is a public gallery on the second floor of Cornerstone Center for the Arts.

     

    Gallery 308
    The Good, The Bad and the Ugly – 308 E Main

    Known for his wide range of wild style art through paintings and sculptures, Muncie artist Brian Blair works through a variety of mediums from zany cartoon character types to realistic displays. His paintings are usually acrylic on canvas.  For his sculptures he uses such items as foam, paper mache, latex, or anything else that fits the project. 

    His work has been featured on album covers, books, posters, and numerous forms of advertising worldwide and also displayed in art galleries across the country. He has also been featured on such television shows as HGTV's "Our Place", WTHR-13 "Indiana's Own" and WIPB-49 "Portrait of the Artist" series. He was also honored with the Ball State University "Outstanding Young Alumni Award". 

     

    GoldSpace Theater
    Muncie Youth Embrace Creativity Bake Sale - 107 S Mulberry

    Muncie Youth Embrace Creativity (http://MYECatGoldSpace.com) is a non-profit focused on a year-round performing arts outreach program for the city's youth.

     

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    Paintings and Jewelry: De La Mer et Le Ciel (Of the Sea and Sky) and The New Zealand Collection - 224 E Main

    Jan McCune will be sharing her New Zealand trip and subsequent collection of 21 new pendants at 6pm.

    At 6:30pm, Suzanne Lambert will be discussing In De La Mer et Le Ciel (Of the Sea and Sky), her collection of sensuous abstract paintings, and discussing how certain poets and authors inspired her latest large-scale acrylic paintings from exotic places.

     

    Muncie Civic Theatre
    Paintings by Mary-Anna Welch and Sean Orlosky - 216 E Main

    Ohio watercolor artist Mary-Anna Fricano Welch and Civic's artist-in-residence Sean Orlosky will be displaying their paintings. The Vintage Shop will be open, where you can buy beautiful clothes at great prices from Civic's costume department. Janessa Erickson will be selling her original hand-crafted jewelry. Muncie Civic Theatre board members will be on hand to describe the new theatre season and sell season tickets.

     

    Rose Court
    Paintings by Abigail LaBrum - 125 E Charles

    Abigail LaBrum is a sophomore at Ball State, majoring in painting and art history. She will be exhibiting her work in oil paints and watercolor.

     

    Savage’s Ale House
    The Work of Alexa Camacho - 127 High

    Arizona artist Alexa Camacho will be displaying sketches, watercolors, collages and other raw displays of technique.

     

    Yart
    Corner of Walnut & Charles

    This community art sale, with a goal of making art affordable and accessible to everyone, brings together artists and art patrons in a casual and unique setting. Spring Yart 2012 will have oil/acrylic/watercolor paintings, knits for children and adults, beaded jewelry, drawings, fused glass art and jewelry, sculpture, lampwork glass beads, knit stuffed animals, nature photography, clothing, psychedelic digital art, mosaics, leaf castings, and the Full Circle Arts Co-Op's Hands-On Children's Art Activity Area.

Sep 6, 2012

Thursday

  • First Thursday 5pm to 8pm @ Downtown

    111 Arts Gallery
    111 E Main

    The work of Aaron Roberts will be displayed.

     

    The Artist Within
    313 S Walnut

    The work of painters Casey Parmerlee and Nick Jones will be displayed.

     

    Cortex
    Jill Palumbo - 112 W Jackson

    Jill Palumbo and her husband, Pat, live in Muncie, Indiana, where they are raising two sons, Nick (20) and Vince (15).  Jill is a world citizen at heart; certified to teach French, Japanese and Spanish, she has taught world languages to two generations of students at Blackford High School in Hartford City.  Jill is also an artist in her spare time.  She makes jewelry and mosaics and especially loves pushing limits in her favorite media, polymer clay.

    Although Jill dreamed of being an artist since early childhood, she has only recently begun to explore this passion with great intent.  She lost her mom in 2006 and soon discovered that art was a powerful source of healing.  Jill's sister, Nancy, helped her discover jewelry design, and a friend, Anna, showed Jill how she made miniatures with polymer clay. The idea of combining jewelry designs with custom made components in polymer clay set Jill on a clay-creating adventure that has lead to publishing articles in internationally distributed magazines and winning awards in local and international art competitions.  

    Jill loves the outdoors and her artwork reflects this.  Textures and motifs from leaves, shells, rocks and flowers play an important role in many of her creations. Her art is also influenced by her study of world languages and cultures.  The technique that is Jill's "signature" is her unique way of creating and incorporating millefiori canes into her creations.  This technique is also called "caning" and was borrowed from Italian glass makers.  Jill describes millefiori as "painting in three dimensions with a palette of polymer clay".

    Jill is proud to be a member of the Muncie Artist Guild, the Indiana Polymer Clay Association and the International Polymer Clay Association. 

     

    Gallery 308
    Phil Vore - 308 E Main

    Legendary in the local arts scene for over 20 years, Phil brings his unique style to Gallery 308. A recent fire at his home and studio has done little to diminish the passion of this outstanding artist and he has been busy salvaging older work as well as creating new and exciting expressions.

     

    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    Laseau to Exhibit "Greek Isles +" - 224 E Main

    Paul Laseau began painting in watercolor media in 1992 on a trip to the Greek islands. He was inspired by the delicate, but vibrant colors of the sun-baked white villages that cling to the crest of island mountains. Laseau will exhibit more than a dozen paintings of these paintings during the month of September at Gordy Fine Art & Framing in downtown Muncie. Titled, Greekl Isles +, the show is based largely on sketches and photos from several subsequent trips to Greece, and includes a few paintings from other Mediterranean countries.

    The former BSU Architecture professor has published several books on the art of pen and ink sketching and later, a book about watercolors. "Like many artists, I was drawn to watercolor because the medium supports a fluid, spontaneous approach to painting. I suppose it is a question of level of comfort, given my temperament. While my approach to painting involves some forethought or planning, there is a pleasurable flow to the work that would be ruined by extended "massaging" of the piece."

    Laseau brought to his work observations skills developed through 35 years of experience in freehand sketching and photography of mostly architectural subjects, from travels to the coasts of Greece, Italy, England, New England and the Maritime Provinces of Canada.

    "For me the value of painting lies more in the act than in the end result. Typically, I am completely absorbed in the subject of a painting. I continue to be fascinated by the historical response of humans to the forces of nature – land, water, sun – as they continue to define appropriate human habitat. Coastal towns and harbors provide particularly vibrant subjects."

    Laseau's work has been exhibited in several universities in the U.S. and has been included in The Indiana Watercolor Society, Minnetrista Cultural Center and Red Tail Conservancy exhibits. Represented locally by the Gordy's, Laseau's work is on display throughout the year. This exhibit features new works that have not previously hung at the gallery.

    A reception for the artist will be held during the First Thursday art event in downtown Muncie, September 6, 2012, from 5 to 8 PM. The artist will speak about his work at 6:15.

     

    Muncie Civic Theatre
    216 E Main

    A very special evening is planned featuring Harvey! Drop by and meet this Pooka in person. That is, if he decides to grace us with a personal appearance. You never know with Pookas! This is a performance night for this classic play. Stick around and see this hilarious play at 7:30pm! Robert Dirden will have his original body painting photography in the Studio Theatre. Janessa Erickson will have her unique one-of-a-kind jewelry for your perusal. The Starr Vintage Boutique will be open and you will find all kinds of bargains! Also, board members will be on hand to tell you all about the up-coming season, and it's not too late to get your season tickets. Bonus tickets included!

     

    Rose Court
    125 E Charles

    This month Rose Court will be displaying various artists sponsored by the Students for Responsible Consumerism who are partnering with the Living Lightly Fair to present local artists. who are celebrating sustainable lifestyles. The art featured in the show will be themed around sustainability. Pieces will be either created from sustainable or repurposed materials, or they will have a sustainable or environmental message in their content.  Please join us for this event.  The art work promises to be unique!

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