Due to inclement weather, the gallery featuring the art of He Qi was unable to open this past week. Beginning this coming Sunday, the gallery will be open for public viewing on each week following Sunday morning worship until 2pm. Additional days and hours to be determined. Select posters and the recently published book, The Art of He Qi, will be available for purchase during gallery hours.
Meet the artist: He Qi will also be speaking about his life and art at St. Paul’s on Friday, January 17, at 7pm. Doors open at 6:30p. Following the event, a light reception will be provided and the gallery will remain open to visitors until 9pm.
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The 2013 Art of the Passion exhibit will feature all new pieces by several talented artists working across an exciting range of media. The featured artists will each depict one of the traditional Stations of the Cross, which will then be placed together with a final compilation piece as a meditative gallery walk.
The 2013 exhibit will include 8 new featured artists:
Linda Witte Hanke (Indianapolis)
Wayne Shedler (Lexington, KY)
Ed Selvidge (Delphi)
Mirvia Sol Eckert (Indianapolis)
Stephanie Robertson (Indianapolis)
Lauren Ehrman (Frankfort)
Bill Dahman (Logansport)
Dwayne Daehler (Lafayette)
Returning this year as featured artists are:
Ann Lahr (Corvallis, OR)
Barbara Kinsler (Frankfort)
Elias Garza (Frankfort)
Daniel Driggs (Frankfort)
Ann Dahman (Logansport)
Marge Burkholder (Plymouth)
Cheryl Kaldahl (Lafayette)
The Art of the Passion exhibit will be open to the public during Holy Week, March 24th-March 30th, 2013.
Times, group reservations, and other information forthcoming. You can also follow the Art of the Passion on Facebook.