Artist Derrick Carter will present a a variety of sand and acrylic layered paintings as part of Gemini, a virtual exhibit which will be part of the Feb. 5 First Friday activities at the Harrison Center.
Additionally, William Denton Ray will present Spectrum, a series of abstract mixed media paintings and drawings.
Viewers can also enjoy a new collection by Israel Solomon titled, Ten-O-Four. Israel’s paintings mix vibrant colors with geometric shapes and patterns to create rhythm within his work.
Also opening is Primary Colors by We Are Indy Arts. The new body of work features Bruce Armstong, Anthony Radford, Rebecca Robinson, Courtney Porter, Gary Gee, Latoya Marlin, Omar Rashan & S.J. Holiday/Mijiza.
Stephanie McDairmant will debut Prayer Requests, an array of colorful and black-and-white abstract paintings.
Imperfection, artwork including large abstract mixed media paintings by Steve Mannheimer and sculptures of wood by John Ross, will be on viewas well.
All shows will open virtually at HarrisonCenter.org/buy-art. After the virtual First Friday, all shows are open for in-person, socially distanced visitors Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Make an appointment online at harrisoncenter.org/buy-art.
ART ABOVE: Derrick Carter’s Gemini will be part of the Feb. 5 First Friday virtual showing at the Harrison Center.