STUTZARTSPACE presents "Ten Yards"

10 Yards” exhibition features art inspired by Indy’s great places

INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 12, 2011) – In a twist on the ten yards required to gain a first down in football, Stutz artists will salute the big game with a group exhibit inspired by ten locations or “yards” around Indianapolis.

Participating artists are Faith Blackwell, Kathy Blakenheim, Linette Bledsoe, Susan Brewer, Emily Budd, Martha Carlson, Shawn Causey, Andy Chen, Joseph Crone, Bonnie Fillenwarth, Wendy Franklin, Ritch Hanna, Sarah Kercheval, Whitney Lake, Travis Little, JanettMarie, Terri McClatchie, Carol L. Myers, Adam Collier Noel, David Sloma, Kevin Smola, Mike Swolsky, Martha Vaught and Julia Zollman Wickes.

Beautiful With Strings by Andy Chen Irvington Neighborhood Street by Sarah Kercheval Encroachment by Adam Noel Riding The Streets by Martha Carlson Gem Of Circle City by Kevin Smola

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Stutz artists selected the following ten yards, which are the inspiration for 25 pieces of artwork in the exhibition.

  1. Bishop Chatard neighborhood
  2. Broad Ripple
  3. Canal
  4. Children's Museum
  5. Eagle Creek Park
  6. Fountain Square
  7. Irvington
  8. JW Marriott
  9. Monon Trail
  10. Stutz Building

WHAT: “10 Yards” exhibition
WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 2, opening reception from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Exhibition open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or by appointment through Feb. 24
WHERE: STUTZARTSPACE Gallery, 212 W. 10th St., B110 (Enter from 10th Street via Bearcat alley)
COST: Free
ADDITIONAL INFO: (317) 503-6420

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