Friday, Nov. 6, will bring the opening night of Zephyr, a new collection of paintings, drawings and ceramics by resident artist Kyle Ragsdale. Zephyr means “a soft wind,” and the figures throughout the paintings are enveloped in swirling and flowing fabric. The show will blend inspiration from Baroque and Rococo periods with more modern techniques such as splatters, drips and visible brush strokes.
In the Speck Gallery, Kristi Marsh-Watson will present, Chasing Serenity, a mixed media collection of nontraditional methods, mediums, substrates, and chemicals to express cellular, aerial and horizon landscapes.
In the City Gallery, join us for the PAMPAMPAM Show. This group show will honor longtime Harrison Center employee Pam Allee, who recently departed after almost 20 years of service to the Harrison Center.
In the Underground Gallery enjoy a group show of paintings by members of the Indiana Plein Aire Painters Association,.
In Hank & Dolly’s Gallery, Ess McKee will present Distress Signal. These mixed media pieces are created with flags from a variety of states and nations.
Art will be available to purchase in person during the First Friday event. New shows will be available for purchase in the Harrison Center’s online store beginning Monday, Nov. 9, with the exception of Zephyr, which will be available online Monday, Nov. 2n In-person viewings after First Friday are available by social distance appointment (contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Harrison Center’s Holiday Window Walk will also premiere on Nov. 6. The displays will be available for viewing 24/7 around the perimeter of our building.
ARTWORK ABOVE: Kyle Ragsdale’s Zephyr will be featured in the exhibit by the same name opening Nov. 6 at the Harrison Center.