Posts Tagged ‘Indiana University’

Playing Fields, through November 19, 2010 at Indiana University’s SoFA Gallery.  Paintings by Melissa Oresky and Jered Sprecher (works by both can be seen in the image above) as well as Patrick Berran, Ryan Schneider and Olivia Schreiner.  Playing Fields intends to be a ‘glimpse at the state of painting’ mini-survey rather than a curatorial statement.  Says curator Tyson Skross, “The overarching idea is that each of the artists is working in a unique way that is relevant in the larger field of contemporary painting. The artists are living and working in a variety of cities in the U.S. and their work has never been previously exhibited together. We feel it is important for the SoFA gallery to be able to bring this work to Bloomington to provide a glimpse of the current state of contemporary painting for our audience and our students.”

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A retrospective of paintings by Bonnie Sklarski, titled Anatomy Botany, Geology:  Nature Narratives is on view at Indiana University’s SOFA Gallery, until October 8, 2010.  In Bonnie Sklarski’s words:  “My retrospective is a privileged opportunity to highlight what are the deepest, most challenging questions I have lived with. From science to poetic narrative, I have tried to be fearless in my study and true to my natural curiosity.”

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Picture 1

Axis Roots & Branches, 1999, oil on canvas, 80″ x 102″

Picture 2

Layered Land, 2008, watercolor

William Itter:  A Retrospective Paintings and Drawings 1969-2009 at the SoFA Gallery at Indiana University.

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Tim Kennedy: Perry Four at First Street Gallery in NY, March 3 – 28.

More of Tim’s work.

Update: Tim’s site.

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The Indiana Murals

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Memphis artist Beth Edwards is showing right now in St. Louis.

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A Bamileke wine vessel from William Itter’s personal collection of African Pottery.  The last time I was at the Indiana University Art Museum, there were a number of these vessels on display in their African collection.  Anyone know if that’s still there?

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