The Fishers Arts Council began its 2019 exhibit season of art Jan. 2 at The Art Gallery at City Hall. The 2019 season features 12 exhibits by artists from Fishers and the surrounding area, including a Senior Showcase in April. Each exhibit will feature a free evening reception during which the public has the opportunity to interact with the artists. This season looks to expand the viewing hours as well.
Exhibit titles are: “January: Serenity & Abstract: Colors Subtle, Colors So Free”; February: “A Youthful Perspective of Black History: America”; March: “Disabilities Awareness Art”; April: “Senior Showcase”; May: “The Art of Printmaking”; June: “An Eclectic Affair”; July: “Fine Art by Hamilton County Artist Association”; August: “New Artists & Others”; September: “Trails & Rails”; October: “Busy Pens and Brushes 2 The Calligraphy Guild of Indiana”; November: “Scenes of Indiana”; December: “Winter Wonderland.”
The March Disabilities Awareness program and reception at Conner Prairie will be from 6 to 9 p.m. March 8. The program will feature music by Fishers Community Chorus and Miss Indiana Lydia Tremaine, a resource area and 2-D and 3-D artwork by artists with disabilities.
The exhibits are open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at The Art Gallery at City Hall. Fishers Arts Council also is working to expand viewing hours to one Saturday and one evening each month. Most artwork is available for sale by contacting FishersArtsCouncil@gmail.com.
For more, Facebook.com/FishersArt.