The Fishers Arts Council has announced its 2021 “Season of Art” at the Art Gallery at City Hall in Fishers. The initiative features 12 monthly exhibits and four quarterly exhibits in The Alcove at the Art Gallery.
Featured exhibits are the 12th annual Senior Showcase presented by Star Financial in April; the Hamilton County Artists’ Association exhibit in July; the 2nd Annual Juried Exhibit of Hamilton County Artists in September presented by Jiffy Lube of Indiana; the Calligraphy Guild of Indiana Members Exhibit in October; and The Watercolor Society of Indiana Juried Exhibit in November.
Individual featured artists are Jeremy Mallov with his January exhibit, “Local Splendor;” Freddie Kellen and Tom Mueller with their May exhibit, “Our Dreams, Our Realities;” Romeo Zivion with his June exhibit, “Stepping Back;” and Ingrid Blount and Olivia Ash in August with their “Painting Words and Emotions: A Story of Sisters.”
The Alcove at the Art Gallery at City Hall will feature quarterly exhibits by Rebecca Robinson entitled “The Art of Bridging the Gap;” Brinton Farrand, “Embrace the Chaos, Out of Chaos, Comes Order;” Craig Ogden, “My New Paintings;” and Margot Bogue “Paintings by Margot.”
New to the Art Gallery this year are a series of mini exhibits in January, February and March featuring the work of Juno Award-winning artist Hugh Symes, noted for his cover art of the musical band Rush, along with many others.
The exhibits will feature free Friday receptions when the public is invited to meet virtually or in-person to interact with the artist. Live receptions will be dependent on COVID-19 protocols at the time. The January and February receptions will be virtual due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Gallery is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. when the Fishers Summer Farmers Market is open. Groups are advised to give advance notice at email@example.com.
For more, visit fishersartscouncil.org