405 Past Events with Tag: Painting

3 upcoming events with this tag

Dec 3, 2009

Thursday

Dec 10, 2009

Thursday

Feb 2, 2010

Tuesday

Sep 8, 2010

Wednesday

  • Oil Painting Class 6pm to 8pm @ Art and Soul by Phoebe 409 S. Walnut Street Muncie IN

    Kimberly Estes, a gifted and talented artist, and "featured artist" at Art & Soul by Phoebe Gallery in June, will offer Oil Painting classes at the Gallery starting in September 8, 2010.

    These classes will begin on September 8, at 6-8pm in the new Art Studio at the Gallery established just this month. Kim has asked that each new student bring their favorite landscape photograph. They will begin their painting on the 8th. There will be no class on the 15th, giving the students time to work on their paintings. Then they will meet again on the 22nd to finish up their projects.

    Supplies needed are: Oil paints: primary, secondary, black and white; canvas, no larger than 24x36; a palette; thinner and rags; and a pencil.

    Space in this class is limited, so sign up early. Cost for the class is $50. For more information, call the Gallery at 765-288-0005.

May 7, 2011

Saturday

  • A Retrospective of Jon Faloon's Photography 5pm @ The Refreshed Gallery 107 North High Street

    Downtown Muncie, One Block From Savage's Bar, a brand new gallery in town called "REFRESHED" will be filled with the Photography, Videography and Encaustic paintings created by Jon Faloon.


    The Retrospective will contain a great deal of artworks that were created during my time here at Ball State. Seeing as I'm graduating today, and may not be around Muncie too much longer, I decided to combined my celebration with an extensive exposé of what I consider some of my best work.


    The Series or Artworks to be Presented at "Refreshed" by Jon Faloon

    PHOTOGRAPHY

    -Dual Reality
    -Extremities
    -Exit Through the Entrance
    -A collection of B&W favorites (2007 - 2010)
    -Choice color prints (2008 - 2011 )

    VIDEOGRAPHY

    -Calamitas
    -Ice Storm
    -Amerithetic Consumption
    -Cerebral Lampris
    -Breads

    And a group of ENCAUSTIC works that were painted on glass


    Opening Is Today, Saturday May 7th from 5 - 7pm.

    Refreshments will be provided

Jul 10, 2011

Sunday

  • 1970s Art and Life 2pm @ Ball State Museum of Art

    Art and Life are undeniably intertwined, and never more so than in the decade that was the 1970s. While contemplation of the 1960s may conjure up images of turbulent social change, it was during the next decade that American society began to feel the impact of civil rights legislation, the women’s liberation movement, the sexual revolution, and so much more. These societal changes are reflected in the works of art celebrated in Aspects of American Painting from the 1970s. In conjunction with Aspects of American Painting from the 1970s, the Ball State University Museum of Art is transformed for kid-friendly tours and hands-on activities emphasizing the treasures and highlights in the collection from the 1970s. In conjunction with the Ball State University Art Education Club.

Sep 1, 2011

Thursday

Oct 6, 2011

Thursday

  • ArtsWalk 12pm @ The Artist Within 313 S. Walnut

    2011 ArtsWalk at the Artist Within, 313 S. Walnut St .

    October's featured artist: Meghan Zick

    Meghan is a graduate of Ball State University and is currently teaching Art at Yorktown Middle School .  Immediately following her graduation, she taught Art at Wilson Middle School .  She enjoys sharing her passion for art with her students and also encourages young artists through the school's Art Club.

    "Painted Quilts: stitching together two passions" combines her passion for watercolors with her love and memories of quilting with her grandmother.

    Thursday October 6th ArtsWalk an artists opening reception will be held from 5-9pm for Meghan Zick and Ball State Architecture ARCH 301 Design students who have an exhibit in the upstairs gallery, "House in My Head".

     Live music will be provided by Bryce Taylor and light refreshments will be served.  BSU ceramics students will be conducting potter's wheel throwing demonstrations in front of the Artist Within.

    Several local artists will have work on display and for sale: Artist Within Member Artists,

    Beyond I Can, Green Glam and Stuff from the Bunker will have work at the Artist Within.

    YART and other local artists will be selling their artwork in the parking lot adjacent to the studio.


  • Susie Morgan Exhibition Reception 5pm to 8pm @ Muncie Civic Theatre

    For ArtsWalk, Muncie Civic will feature local artist and art instructor Susie Morgan. This exhibit will showcase her new pieces that extend her "Postcards from Home....Paintings of Old Muncie." collection, which she presented at Art & Soul by Phoebe last October.  These were so well received last year, and art patrons and Muncie citiezens were thrilled to see Susie's paintings of old Muncie. 

Oct 28, 2011

Friday

Jan 5, 2012

Thursday

Mar 1, 2012

Thursday

  • Time Spent, Time Wasted - Opening Reception 7pm to 9pm @ Savage's Ale House 127 E High St. Muncie, IN

    Savage’s Ale House is proud to announce a new works exhibit by emerging local artist, Andrew Hinck. His abstract paintings will be on display during the month of March 2012, with an opening reception Thursday, March 1st, which coincides with downtown Muncie’s First Thursday event.

    A recent Ball State University grad, Hinck has been adamant about continuing to produce work after completing his undergraduate painting degree. Confidence gained by a collections list that includes BSU Housing and Residence has supported his enthusiasm for attempting to artfully engage the Muncie community. The Historic Rose Court Building hosted his first post grad solo show in December, 2011. About March’s show, the artist cited Savage’s as “a great venue to expose young Muncie residents to honest work from local artists.” The bar is happy with that role, boasting, “Showing at Savage’s is such a casual thing. We try to choose artists that are actually customers so that we can be proud of what we show.” Works to be displayed explore themes of choice and opportunity cost through unique manipulation of building materials.

    A reception for the artist will be held First Thursday, March 1st, 2012, from 7 to 9 PM at the downtown bar. The public is encouraged to attend and continue their First Thursday experience beyond normal gallery opening hours, as Savage’s is opening until 3 AM. The exhibit can be viewed through April 3rd, 2012 Monday through Saturday 3 PM – 3 AM, and Sunday 3 PM – 1 AM.

Apr 5, 2012

Thursday