July Gallery Walk to feature new artist exhibits
By Adam Aasen
This July’s Gallery Walk through the Carmel Arts & Design District will feature prizes, free caricature drawing and new art exhibits.
Anyone can stroll down Main Street between 5 and 9 p.m. on July 12 to enjoy summer weather and check out the work of local artists.
Artist Donna Carr will display her Olympics-inspired portraits at the ArtSplash Gallery. Carr traveled to Sochi, Russia, during the Winter Olympics recently and took plenty of photographs that she then used as basis for her paintings.
Also at ArtSplash, sculptor Cheryl Anne Lorance will display her highly detailed works done in cast bronze, as well as some etchings. Both artists will be on hand to talk about their art.
At Hoosier Salon, one of the newest galleries in the area, visitors can enjoy “Face to Face,” an exhibit centered on portraits, still-life paintings and landscapes done by Katie Whipple, Charlene Brown and Susie Rachles.
There will also be live music along Main Street and free caricatures available in the breezeway next to 111 W. Main Street, suite 130.
People will also have the chance to participate in a scavenger hunt with prizes that include four passes to the Monon Center, a $50 Scotty’s Brewhouse gift card, free art classes and more.