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Friday December 13th  is the Holiday Gallery Walk, an opportunity to visit  the latest exhibitions of art in Bloomington, warm yourself with some fantastic homemade refreshments, as well as gain inspiration for singularly unique gift ideas!

Visit the following participating galleries to complete your Holiday Art Experience:

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

Happy Holidays!


Interior Views and Thesis Show: “I Thought I’d Remember” 
Artists featured Megan Lagodzki and Ellen Lyons and Christopher McFarland

This month we are featuring paintings and works from local artists Megan Lagodzki and Ellen Lyons in their show titled “Interior Views”.

We will also be featuring Indiana University’s graduate student Christopher McFarland’s thesis show, titled “I Thought I’d Remember”. “I Though I’d Remember” is a show of McFarland’s photographs that he has altered and manipulated in way that mirrors the distortion of memories over time.

By Hand Gallery

Soft things, Shiny things, Sensational things all made by hand at By Hand

Soft things, Shiny things, Sensational things all made by hand at By Hand. A show of hand made work by more than fifty local artists.

Gallery Group

“Five Bloomington Printmakers”

A print exhibition of original works by Elizabeth Busey, Neil Taylor, Jim Sampson, Danielle Urschel, and John Wilson.


Presenting the Bloomington Photography Club

How many photographers does it take to produce a spectacular holiday show in downtown Bloomington? OnDecember 13th from 5-8 p.m., members of the Bloomington Photography Club will be on hand to present their juried images, photos that showcase the colors, emotions, and joys of our wonderful world. The range of subjects and photographic styles is sure to capture the eye and please the heart.

The local club is the largest of its kind in the state. Members have spent the year capturing photos from across our country and around the world. The images will be presented in a variety of styles and formats, making this show a must-see during the holiday season and into January of next year.

gallery406 is pleased to complement downtown Bloomington’s holiday light show with one of its own, a photography exhibit that will add to the enjoyment of this festive time of year. Join us for the show’s opening reception, and share in the beauty it offers.


Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center

Ivy Tech Student Productions:  “No Exit” Dramaturgy

Robert Price:  American Travels

Jackson Moore:  The Painted Stitch

Keegan Adams & Adam Rake:  Recent Work


Brick Gallery presents David Moore “Iceland”

Haiti: Mass Garbage Dumps of Cite Soleil by Antonio Bolfo

Antonio Bolfo, featured January Photojournalist, presents ”Haiti: Mass Garbage Dumps of Cite Soleil”

The town of Cite Soleil has the biggest dumping site in the city of Port au Prince. A vast community has grown around this site, where families live by the mass garbage piles and scavenge to find food and scrap metal among the refuse. The January 12th, 2010 earthquake has only led to a growth in this community. These people are in desperate need of assistance, yet they have not been helped by the millions of dollars of aid given to Haiti by the international community. With nowhere else to go, these people continue to live on the fringe of existence.

Royale Hair Parlor

Lauren Stern ”Trying Not to Do Portraits”

Portraits and landscapes in mixed media by Bloomington native, and IU Alum, Lauren Stern.

Artist’s Statement:

“There are a lot of heads and portraits in your body of work. It would be nice to see somethingelse.”

– Distinguished Professor

Challenge accepted… and then rejected. I don’t quite have an affinity for the written language. I communicate my observations through paint, graphite, and charcoal.Brushstrokes and color are my adjectives while compositions create my nouns.

I consider these landscapes to be portraits. They are an overall view concentrated into what I find most interesting and visually stimulating. Much like a portrait, I start my landscapes in the same way. Color blocking the surface allows me to begin knowing my subject. Finalizing details on the focal area, or face, solidifies our relationship. These paintings are all portraits. They invite you to become intimate with my selected portion of a larger existence.

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Stone Belt Art Gallery

Join us this holiday season in celebrating the artistry of individuals with disabilities! Artwork will be on display by Bedford, Ind. artists who participate in the Stone Belt Arts Program.

Join us this holiday season in celebrating the artistry of individuals with disabilities! Artwork will be on display by Bedford, Ind. artists who participate in the Stone Belt Arts Program.


The Venue

The Venue is pleased to host new and magnificent paintings from Daniel Lager. Daniel’s vivid enamel paintings on glass have proven to be singularly unique in the Midwest, and The Venue is pleased to offer the opportunity to visit with new works.

Hearty refreshments will be provided in the usual manner! Join us for Holiday cheer and gift giving inspiration.

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