Saturday, February 14, 2009

Gallery 406 Exhibit, Bloomington Indiana

February has been a busy month for Jon and I here at Purple Hill. Daily, we assess where things are and continually aim to find new ways to promote what we do or how people view or access our work. The current economy has us continually thinking!
February has found us with 2 different exhibits of my two bodies of work in two different galleries. The Orchard Gallery in Fort Wayne has my TattooDreams rubber stamped work.
Gallery 406 in Bloomington has my Hecker Design mixed media sculptures.
Above are two images of Gallery 406. This newly renovated space on South Walnut in Bloomington houses the studio of local photographer Kendall Reeves as well as his new gallery. The airy, light filled space with coffee-toned concrete floors provides a beautiful showcase for my work this month. While there, be sure to view Kendall's work as well. He has a magnificent selection of images he sells to the faithful IU Alumni that will tug at their nostalgic hearts and conjure up memories of college days in Bloomington.
My cherry frames and earthy colors look lucious there and I hope, if you're in the area, you'll go in and look around. Jon and I are grateful for this mid-winter opportunity to showcase our work in both venues!


Gallery 406
406 South Walnut Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
ph: 812.333.0536


amy said...

I understand why gallery space is white -- it's a one size fits all color. But I'm so used to seeing your work on my colorful walls, or your own color walls of your booth display walls.

That's a nice large space they have there.

Bonnie Blandford said...

What a beautiful space for your beautiful work!