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Current Exhibit

Recent Works
by Art Orr and Carol Brenner Tobe

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February 23, 2024 - March 29, 2024

Bourne-Schweitzer Gallery

137 E Main St

New Albany, IN 47150

Opening Reception:

Saturday, February 24, 2024

2:00 - 4:00pm

painting Still Life with Blue and White

Carol Brenner Tobe was the Founding Director of both the Floyd County Museum (now Carnegie Center) and the Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) in Louisville. She paints in oil and water based media, selecting landscapes and still life arrangements as subject matter.

 

Art Orr views creating art as a pursuit of personal truth. Many of his works carry ambiguous connotations or meanings, to push the viewer into questioning their judgement and move the viewer to think.

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Paste Up Mural Project

Louisville Photo Biennial Paste- Up Mural Project (PUMP) is an outdoor mural exhibition that is a component of the Louisville Photo Biennial. PUMP will include professional photographers from southern Indiana, Kentucky, and young adult and children’s photographers from both states. PUMP will employ an innovative technique that allows photographs to be printed and pasted in public spaces throughout the region. The temporary works of art will be pasted in various sites on buildings and public furnishings across the Kentuckiana area with an emphasis on displaying Indiana artists in Kentucky and Kentucky artists in Indiana to promote interstate tourism.

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The project is directed by Julie Schweitzer at ArtSeed Inc and a partnership between the Louisville Photo Biennial. The project is sponsored in part by a generous donation from the Caesars Foundation of Floyd County. For more information and a location map for the walking tour, please visit the Louisville Photo Biennial website.

 

The Project perfectly aligns the mission of the Louisville Photo Biennial and the Louisville Fund for the Visual Arts to expand appreciation of photography as an art form, to encourage visual literacy of photography as a documentary tool, and a powerful media for storytelling, and to create meaningful dialogue throughout Kentucky and Indiana.

Image courtesy of Kevin Rose Schultz and Louisville Visual Art

Sponsored by the generous support of Samtec Cares and the Caesar Foundation of Floyd County.
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 SCHEDULE

EXHIBIT 

EXHIBIT SCHEDULE

2024 to 2025

JANUARY 19 - FEBRUARY 16, 2024 - WE ARE FAMILY- STAFF EXHIBIT, POETRY SLAM AND PERFORMANCES. OPENING RECEPTION: JANUARY 20, 2024, 2:00 - 4:00 PM

FEBRUARY 23 - MARCH 29, 2024 - ART ORR AND CAROL BRENNER TOBE.

OPENING RECEPTION: FEBRUARY 24, 2024, 2:00 - 4:00 PM

APRIL 5 - MAY 7, 2024 - RICHARD KOPP AND LARRY BEISLER

MAY 24 - JUNE 28, 2024 - BEATRICE GUARNESCHELLE-HOLT AND CARL DEGRAFF

JULY 5 - AUGUST 9, 2024 - JANE LLOYD AND CHERYL ULRICH-BARNETT

AUGUST 17 - SEPTEMBER 27, 2024 - BOB LOCKHART

OCTOBER 4 - NOVEMBER 8, 2024 - DAVID HENKE, TRISH KORTE, AND KEVIN DARST

NOVEMBER 15, 2024 - JANUARY 3, 2025 - SHANE HULL

UP NEXT

Richard Kopp
and
Larry Beisler

APR 5, 2024 ~ MAY 7, 2024

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Come see our new Art Alley!

We have a brand new Art Alley located right next to the gallery! On exhibit opening nights, extra pieces are hung on the walls for patrons to view in a socially distanced, COVID safe manner. 

The Art Alley features our house band The Third Street Garage Band! Tables and chairs are also available for those who wish to stay and enjoy the art and music a little longer.

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Rosemarie Bernardi: Paste Up Print Exhibit

On display in the Art Alley starting in June 2022

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Virtual Show and Shop now open!

We have added a shop feature to our website! The shop will serve as a virtual show, as well as a way to purchase pieces from our past exhibits, Lost and Found by Cheryl Ulrich-Barnett and January Nocturns by Rex Lagerstrom. You can find the shop by going to our "Shop" tab at the top of the homepage or by clicking the button below!

We are not accepting online payments at this time. If you want to purchase a piece, please call Julie Schweitzer at (502)-649-3320 during gallery hours (Thurs- Fri 12-5 PM, Sat 1-3 PM). 

Sales tax (0.7%) and shipping will be added during checkout. Shipping will vary based on each individual piece. Please call for more information.

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