Painting Indiana III Art Show & Sale

In the market for some new Indiana art to decorate your home or office? Want to learn more about plein air (on location) painting? Come to the Indiana Landmarks Center on Friday, September 20 between 7 and 10 pm to browse through the works of art selected for inclusion in a coffee-table book published by Indiana Landmarks, Indiana Plein Air Painters Association (IPAPA), and IU Press.

Indiana Landmarks Center

Painting Indiana III: Heritage of Place will be the third book in a series initiated by IPAPA. The first book, Painting Indiana: Portraits of Indiana’s 92 Counties, was published in 2000 and Painting Indiana II: The Changing Face of Agriculture was published in 2006. One hundred paintings featuring a wide range of historical places were juried by the editor of Plein Air magazine, Steve Doherty, for Painting Indiana III. Along with the paintings will be an essay about plein air painting in Indiana and the observations and obstacles that accompany this art form. There will also be never-before published works by The Hoosier Group, Richmond School, and plein air painting pioneers included.

After the premiere at the Indiana Landmarks’ headquarters this Friday the book and art show will be on display through October 13. It will then travel to several sites throughout the state. Books and artwork will be sold at all the exhibits and selected artists will be available for signings.

Exhibition Schedule

September 20, 2013 – October 13, 2013
Painting Indiana III Exhibit Opening Party – September 20
Indiana Landmarks Center, 1203 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, IN


American Art Review, Painting Indiana III article published

9/7/13, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm – 9/8/13, Noon – 2:00 pm
Artists return paintings, Landmarks Center – Use 12th Street entrance

Huddleston Movable Feast Wayne County – J. P. Hall

Show opening Landmarks Center – 6 – 9 pm
Exhibit closes October 13, 2013

First Friday, Landmarks Center – 6 – 9 pm

12/20/2013 – 3/2/2014
Art Museum of Greater Lafayette

3/16 – 5/11/2014
Fort Wayne Museum of Art

5/25 – 7/13/2014
Richmond Art Museum

7/27 – 9/13/2014
Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science

10/5 – 11/30/2014
Minnetrista – Muncie