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PAINTING INDIANA: En Plein View

Painting Indiana: En Plein View comes to Richmond, Indiana. Exhibit dates are August 22nd – October 10th. The Richmond Art Museum has been chosen as the host site for the 10th Anniversary celebration of the Painting Indiana Project and book. To mark the occasion, an exhibition of paintings done by Robert Eberle, Ronald Mack, Don Russell and Dan Woodson will be on display in the galleries of the Richmond Art Museum. The exhibition will feature new works from each artist and will feature a catalogue of exhibition. The artists will be available to sign copies of the catalogue during the exhibit opening. Join us as we celebrate four painters whose ambitious project was a catalyst for the formation of IPAPA and the large influx of new plein air painters and enthusiasts!

What:

Painting Indiana: En Plein View

Where:

Richmond Art Museum
350 Hub Etchison Parkway
Richmond, IN 47374

When:

Opening / Reception
Sunday, August 22nd, 2010
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

For more information, check out the Richmond Art Museum’s website or contact Lance Crow, Richmond Art Museum Education Director at 765-966-0256 or e-mail at lance@rcs.k12.in.us.

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Written by : Clare Seffrin Bond, a writer, life coach and marketing specialist, lives and works in Richmond, Indiana. A native of Wayne County, Clare enjoys exploring the historical sites of the area, as well as the many new locations offering excellent cuisine and live music. theroadtoclarity.com