The Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House is next weekend and we cannot wait! The event showcases 60+ artists across all mediums – and showcases the vibrant art culture and diversity of our artists.
Friday night offers a festive atmosphere perfect for adults, while families with children are encouraged to attend on Saturday. Saturday includes hands-on art activities, youth art scavenger hunt, and more. Buy your tickets online and save!
There are so many artists to highlight, but here are just a few artists/art you can look forward to:
- Rita Spalding has been painting pet portraits from life (as featured on WISH TV Pet Pals) and will display them at the Open House.
- Terri McClatchie will release her long awaited sculpted tree in her “Trees of Life Collection” – featuring the use of crystals, stones and metals in her “healing art” along with the use of tinctures, essential oils and Reiki. 24 Karat Gold Leaf highlights.
- John Ross will display interactive plywood robots.
- Grace Marshall will be using a Stereolithography 3D printer to print wax models that she casts in her studio. She also is enameling on copper and hand fabricating many of her jewelry designs.
- Bonnie Fillenwarth created a series of artwork inspired by quotes from women throughout history. The series is titled: “That’s What She Said”.
- And so much more!
WHAT: Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House
WHEN: Friday, April 28, 5:30-10:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 29, 2-7 p.m.
WHERE: Stutz Business and Arts Center, 212 W. 10th St., Indianapolis (enter Bearcat Alley from 10th or 11th St.). Free parking in specially marked lots.
COST: $12 advance online tickets at www.stutzartists.com; $16 at the gate; children 12 and under free. Tickets are valid for both days.
INFO: Cathi Wineland, firstname.lastname@example.org | stutzartists.com | (317) 503-6420.
Proceeds from the event support the Stutz Residency Program, a scholarship that provides free studio space and utilities for emerging local artists for one year. It is one of the largest grants to individual artists in the state.