Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tableaux – new work by Kyle Ragsdale

Stick around Indianapolis long enough and you will begin to understand just how much this city loves a parade.  Whether in honor of the “greatest spectacle in racing,” a longstanding football rivalry, or St. Patrick’s Day—if it can be celebrated, … Continue reading

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Have you met our Mr. Normand?

Did you ever know someone who was so unique, so interesting that you wished everyone you knew could know them, too?  That’s how we feel about our friend and artist, Kipp Normand who has had a studio at the Harrison … Continue reading

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Urban Artists Make Move to City

A prophet may not be welcomed in his hometown but thankfully visual artists are welcomed in their own city. And for two Harrison Center for the Arts studio artists this is exactly what occurred. Kyle Ragsdale and Quincy Owens are … Continue reading

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Urban Gardens – Maren Bell

Gardens give rewards. Whether it’s food for a table or flowers for a desk, the return one receives from nurturing the ground is incredible. It’s beautiful or it’s delicious. Gardens are a cycle of renewal; the gardener gives, the garden … Continue reading

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