Stutz Artists Village at Penrod 

Detail from Familiar Faces Faraway Places, a photo by Don Fitzpatrick
Detail from Familiar Faces Faraway Places, a photo by Don Fitzpatrick

Be sure to visit the Stutz Artists Village this weekend at the Penrod Arts Fair (held on the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art). You'll find 18 Stutz artists in the yellow section near the main 38th Street IMA entrance and the Craft Beer Garden.

The Stutz Village, with multiple tents, will be open for Evening with Penrod the night before the Fair, as well as the Penrod Arts Fair on Saturday. Discount tickets available until Sept. 7. Tickets also at the gate.

See and purchase art by Beth Clary Schwier, Karen Graeser, Grace Marshall, Don Fitzpatrick, John Ross, Jack Wickes, Martha Carlson, Myra Perrin, Vicky Shaffer White, Faith Blackwell, Linette Bledsoe, Jim Gerard, Peter Howard, Jen Rozelle-Trinosky, Andrea Jackson, Bruce Moore, Sally Moore, and Turner Woodard.

Learn more about the Penrod Arts Fair here.

Current Stutz Resident Artist Writes about His Experience

Sean W. J. Hurley has made the most of his residency grant.

"The Stutz Artists Association Residency Program has been tremendously valuable to me so far. My studio provides me with a home base from which to work, and a refuge from the daily grind of home and office. Without the residency I could not afford the space, and would otherwise be working out of my already cluttered sunroom, a space that is less than inspirational, to say the least."

Read more from current Stutz Resident, Sean W. J. Hurley, on the Stutz Arts Blog.

  Sean Hurley



The Stutz Artists Association is a nonprofit, volunteer organization of artists working in the historic Stutz Building in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The organization works to encourage member artists and promote their work by sponsoring many events throughout the year.

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