Saturday, July 9th, 5pm - 10pm

Enjoy the merchant events/activities, entertainment, culture and shopping of the Carmel Arts and Design District. Guest appearances by international and local artists. Please Join Us.

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

See the list below for more information about the participating galleries
Click here to see what District businesses are involved with the Gallery Walk
Exhibits in the District



Gallery Involvement - Saturday, July 9th, 5pm - 10pm

ArtSplash Gallery
111 W. Main Street, Suite 140

"For the July Second Saturday Gallery Walk, ArtSplash Gallery will be featuring the work of Maurice Turcotte. Maurice works in both pastel and oil paints in the traditional or representational style.  There will also be new works by several of the other gallery artists."

Evan Lurie Gallery
30 W. Main Street

Born and raised in rural Missouri, artist Dale Threlkeld has Midwestern roots. Inspired early on by his mother, teachers, and the colorful imagery that surrounded him as he traveled the horse racing circuit with his jockey and trainer father, Threlkeld’s vibrant and fluid abstract paintings are an exploration of process and chemistry – in the artist’s words, “a revelation.” After attending Northeast Missouri State University, Ball State University, and Southern Illinois University, he began his career with his first New York exhibition at the Gimpel & Weitzenhoffer Gallery, followed shortly by showings at The Dubuque Museum of Art, The Illinois State Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Threlkeld describes his method as an “adventure…full of the potential unknown.” Though he uses materials familiar to artists for centuries – oil on canvas or linen – he employs techniques which, according to the artist, “allow me to freely explore the unknown in a unique way. Through the alchemy of paint and personal technique I seek to make paintings that move the viewer.”

Eye On Art Gallery
111 W Main St. Suite 150

Eye On Art Gallery will feature new works by several artists, including Mark Beltchenko, Bruce Chapin and Randall Sexton. The gallery is quickly becoming a favorite of many art collectors and designers that are looking for a unique, creative and affordable works of art. The gallery artists are well established and  in several national galleries. Jerry Points, owner, will also be showing some of his recent works from painting this month in Zionsville.

World’s Smallest Art Gallery
40 W. Main St.

June and July are right for florals and R. Carol Skinner thinks so too. Come in and visit her show at the Smallest Children's Art Gallery 35 W. Main Street. during the Gallery Walk, July 9th. She will be there to talk about and show her work from 1-10pm. Other tiimes are:
Saturday July 16th Art of Wine, 4-8pm
Saturday July 23rd 4-10pm
Saturday July 30th  1-5pm

French Bleu Fine Art Gallery
111 W Main St. Suite

French Bleu Fine Art Gallery exhibits the portrait work of owner and artist Susan Mauck.  Mauck's paintings are "impressionistic with a contemporary edge" and range in price from $500 to $5000. Abstracts, landscapes,  figure drawings and paintings are also included in the quaint gallery located on Main Street in the heart of the Arts & Design District.

Garvey Simon Art Access
27 East Main Street, Carmel Arts & Design District.

Subtle Complexities: June 1 - July 16th
Garvey Simon Art Access is proud to present Subtle Complexities, a group show featuring work by Mark Sheinkman, Dan Walsh, James Siena, and Dorothy Alig.
The works in this exhibition transfix the viewer via subtle color palettes, surprising details and obsessive technique - all choreographed through the simple play of depth and space.  Individually, each artist strips their work down to the basic essentials of artistic expression, yet through unexpected compositions, subtle intricacies, hue variations or surface textures, the works remain complex and fully engaging.
The exhibition will be on view until 10 pm during  the Second Saturday Gallery Walk on July 9th.

Magdalena Gallery of Art
27 E. Main Street

Please join us! We will be featuring artists Magdalena Hoyos-Segovia , Mary Johnston and  Lydia Stecher in our beautiful  gallery space.

Renaissance Fine Art & Design
Kathleen O'Neil Stevens
1 South Range Line Road

Soori Gallery
258 Main St West

Browse the vast collection of paintings, bronze and acrylic sculptured works, Lalique crystal sculpture, Nao and lladro porcelain sculptures by leading American and international artists.

More details for this event will be posted soon.

back to top

District Business Involvement
Saturday, July 9, 5pm - 10pm

Pillow Talk
23 E. Main Street, Suite 100

Big sale at PillowTalk! Buy one sale item, and receive an additional 10% off, buy two, save 20%, and three or more saves you an additional 30% off the sale price! Be sure you register to win a $50 gift card while you’re there!

*note, discount may not be paired with any other discount or coupon.

back to top

World's Smallest Art Gallery
40 W. Main St.

June and July are right for florals and R. Carol Skinner thinks so too. Come in and visit her show at the Smallest Children's Art Gallery 35 W. Main Street. during the Gallery Walk, July 9th. She will be there to talk about and show her work from 1-10pm.


La Mie Emilie
15 W. Main Street

L’Evento Event Resource Boutique will be hosting A Ladies Night In The District during the Gallery Walk on Saturday, July 9, 2011. The social event will provide a relaxing evening for the woman of Carmel and surrounding areas. A Ladies Night In The District will entertain guests with local vendors offering service for hair, nails, and massage as well as delicious food and beverage accommodations. The evening will also feature a jewelry showcase of gorgeous pearls and sparkly bits by Pearls of Wisdom

Simply Sweet Shoppe
30 N. Range Line Road

Come by and try our fabulous Gelato Da Vinci! It is perfect for July!

back to top



close window and return to main site


site design by wilkinsonbrothers click here to visit the Carmel Arts & Design District website