Saturday, October 8th, 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.

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

Gallery Involvement - Saturday, October 8th, 5pm - 10pm

ArtSplash Gallery
111 W. Main Street, Suite 140

For October, ArtSplash Gallery is featuring the work of California artist Dennis Ellman.  Ellman frequently examines the human form and how it relates to its environment.  His work ranges from simple depictions to complex abstractions full of color and texture.

Evan Lurie Gallery
30 W. Main Street

Eye On Art Gallery
111 W Main St. Suite 150

Eye On Art Gallery will be featuring the abstract works of Susan Brewer.

Artist Statement
My work follows the impulse of the imagination. Inspired by dreams and meditation, these abstracts employ color, texture, and suggested forms to evoke images that explore the human condition- one's relationship to the environment, to others and oneself. This interplay of symbolism, archetypes and mythology creates an expression both personal and universal.

French Bleu Fine Art Gallery
111 W Main St. Suite

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

Jen David
Purity, 2002
Chromogenic color photograph
24 x 20 inches

Nina Korhonen
Painting Without A Face, New York, 2002
Archival pigment on paper
26 x 26 inches

ABOUT FACE: Peculiar Portraits
Garvey?Simon Art Access is proud to present ABOUT FACE: Peculiar Portraits, a photography exhibition dedicated to the portrait, curated by Lee Marks of Lee Marks Fine Art.  Ms. Marks is a private photography dealer, consultant and founding member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD).  The show will feature works by eleven artists in a variety of photo-based media and will be centered on the use of portraiture in both traditional and non-traditional guises.  The exhibition will run from October 20 – November 26, 2011.  There will be a reception the evening of November 12 to celebrate this exhibition, which will coincide with the Second Saturday Gallery Walk in the Carmel Arts and Design District.

If eyes are “the windows to the soul,” the face might offer a road map to one’s personality, eccentric in all its twists and turns.  With 15 photographs from the late 1940s to the present, this exhibition seeks to present faces of human beings and animals depicted realistically, abstractly, cut off, and even absent.  Technical and formal peculiarities of the medium offer as much commentary as the represented faces.
Photographers represented include; Jen David, Susan Derges, Nina Korhonen,  Chuck Close, Andre Kertesz,  Weegee,  Mariana Cook, Neil Selkirk, Mike Smith, Andrew Borowiec, and Jeffrey Becom.

Magdalena Gallery of Art
27 East Main Street

info coming soon...

Mary Johnston's Studio and Magdalena Gallery Atelier
1527 E. Main

Mary Johnson will be exhibiting her exciting new large pieces for the October gallery walk

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

Renaissance Gallery will be hosting Watermark Impressions with watercolorist Susan Semenick

In this exhibit, you will see works done on 400 pound paper...the method of making this paper was created by Mahatma Gandhi, in hopes that the paper sales would help stave poverty in the small villages that make the paper. The gallery will also offer a Sumptuous Watercolor Landscape workshop with Semenick, using this very paper. How exciting!

Soori Gallery
258 West Main St

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.

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District Business Involvement
Saturday, October 8th, 5pm - 10pm

BeDazzling Boutique
641 N. Range Line Road
We Love Halloween!!!

Bedazzling Boutique is transformed for Halloween with the most original costumes and props for men, women, couples, and groups!  Collector Debbie Noah (The Red Rose) has placed her notorius costume rentals in our shop this year, on top of our own assortment available for purchase.  We have authentic charater ensembles complete with every datail, one-of-a-kind versions of the classics, and even those ironic show-stoppers. Expect a good size range, as well as those hard-to-find accessories available seperately.  Rentals start at just $25, so ditch the bag costume and steel the show this year!
Phone: 317-566-2907
Hours: Tues-Fri 11-6pm, Sat 11-4pm
(we may extend hours as needed)

Old Town on the Monon                       
111 West Main Street
Stop by the Old Town on the Monon Apartments for a refreshing bottle of water and a candy snack!

Midwest School Of Voice
Area next to the Monon by Bazbeaux

info coming soon...

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Brenda’s Bug Bonnets
330 N. Rangeline Rd
On October 8th, hours 10:00am to 6:00pm,  Stop by the Shop for Free Coffee, juice, muffins and biscuts and gravey.  Save up to 50% off on selected items. Take 20% off new items in for the seasons.

World’s Smallest Art Gallery
40 W. Main St.
The Children’s Smallest Children’s art gallery will have an excellent display of artwork from the West Clay Elementary School.   Also new artwork from students from our sister city, Kawachinagano, Japan.

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