Hilarz. (at The Inn at Irwin Gardens)
Here’s a throwback from 1973: Roland Hobart’s mural on East Street in Indianapolis. It was part of the “Urban Walls” competition.
Who doesn’t LOVE Paul Rand? (at Columbus Visitors Center)
In front of one of three newly recreated Alexander Girard “textural murals”. (at City of Columbus)
Surreal Columbus. (at City of Columbus)
Probably the best memorial in the state: The Bartholomew County Veterans Memorial. (at Bartholomew County Veterans Memorial)
Love this place. (at Indiana University Art Museum)
Yes! (at U. S. Post Office)
A rare treat: a gift from 4 Birds Bakery.
Snowy Herron. (at Thirsty Scholar)
This doesn’t seem very gangster. #bagofdonuts
Indiana artist James Wille Faust unveils his new work Wings in Flight, on view at the Indianapolis International Airport. (L to R James Wille Faust, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard, Martha Faust, and Arts Council of Indianapolis President and CEO Dave Lawrence)
Sometimes what’s beneath the surface can be just as important as the surface itself. Here Raina Chao, Mellon Fellow in Objects Conservation, fills losses and polishes the fills before painting them. Matching the color and texture of this Chinese, 11th-century, Song dynasty wine bottle’s unusual glaze surface is very challenging. Check out the transformation and come see it on display in the new installation of Chinese ceramics in Gallery 235!
Have you seen our giant map of public art? We think it’s pretty great. Look for it soon in your mailbox or come to our exhibitor table at #AFTA13 to say hi and join the mailing list.
Love the view from the conservation labs at DAM. (at Denver Art Museum)