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Brose Partington: Indianapolis Artist

Brose Partington is an artist in the Indianapolis art scene where he explores subtle patterns of nature and architecture and engages with movement in patterns. Brose Partington is a recent graduate of the Herron School of Art and Design on the Indiana University Purdue University (IUPUI) campus in downtown Indianapolis. In 2007, Partington’s talent was recognized by the community as he received the Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellow Grant.

 

In the short time since his degree in art from Herron, Brose Partington has already made his mark on the artistic make up of the Circle City. He has participated numerous times in the Broad Ripple Art Fair in Broad Ripple Village, making him a cornerstone of Indianapolis culture. In addition, Brose Partingtons work has become an integral part of the growing public art movement around Indy. With pieces on the Monon Trail and in the ARTSPARK of the Indianapolis Art Center.

In addition, Brose Partington has been featured on National Public Radio’s The Art of the Matter and in NUVO Newsweekly. Brose has been showcased in exhibitions from around the world in Russia, Switzerland, New York, California and Chicago. In Indianapolis, Partington’s work could be seen, at one time or another, in the FLUX Space, the Herron Galleries, and Harrison Center for the Arts.

 

Brose Partington describes his mission as an artist on his  web page. He explains his styles as, “building structures as parallels to natural occurrences. My work examines the subtle movements of patterns around us, and the patterns those movements create. I am trying to compare the cyclical patterns found in nature with manufactures objects, environments, and modes of transportation.”

His structures include a focus on examining urban development using simple objects such as a deck of cards. Perhaps his most frequently viewed piece of public art is a 150 foot public instillation in Lincoln Center in New York City. Critics have described this young artist as one to watch saying, “He is going to be big.”

 

As a valued member of Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association (IDADA), Brose Partington’s future as a Hoosier artist is bright. In the years to come, he will come to represent Indianapolis culture on the national and global stages. For more information on how you can see this local artists work in Indianapolis check out his website! Or contact his agent, Leah Stultrager, of the Dam Stultrager Gallery.


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