Heewok Lee stands with her work outside the Design Center on Range Line Road. She explained that her work is impressionistic, and that she paints “alla prima,” or all in one sitting. (Photos by Devynn Barnes)
Andra Faye and Scott Ballantine entertain minglers inside the design center with lively vocals and guitar. Performances were sponsored by The Warehouse, a small music venue in downtown Carmel.
The Warehouse is located at 254 1st Ave. in the Carmel Arts and Design District. Information about the venue and their summer concert series can be found at www.liveforthemusic.com.
Katheryn Pourcho paints a street scene “en plein air.” Her work could be observed by passersby on Range Line Road.
Katheryn Pourcho and Beth Clary Schwier draw people into the pop-up studio where their work is featured by doing live paintings outside.
Guests munch and mingle inside the Indiana Design Center, enjoying the artwork and home furnishings showcased around them.
Artists Troy Kilgore and Donna Shortt have some fun before getting ready to do live paintings outside Gallery Two in the Design Center.
Fine Estate Art and Rugs/Gallery Two is full of beautiful pieces as well as music and chit chat.
Lovely works of art are showcased on the walls of Gallery Two.
Second Saturday attendees are welcomed to enjoy food, music, tours and an evening of great art, all right in the heart of Carmel.
The Indiana Design Center is located at 200 South Range Line Rd. and is the premier home furnishing complex in central Indiana.