My painting Speedway, 1909 for the Welcome Race Fans campaign is now at the 500 Festival offices on Virginia Ave in Indianapolis where it will be on display in their ticket office windows.
The painting is going to be reproduced large scale on vinyl in the city. I will reveal where when I can!
Meanwhile teaching is sucking up painting time. Last night it was art show tare down. Tonight, chaperoning prom. I am going to do some painting tomorrow to sate my need for paint and canvas.
Don't forget to check out The Woven Tale's review of my website!
The Woven Tale Press reviewed my website! You can see their article here.
Needless to say, that is going on the resume. Thank you WTP!
Also, the Indianapolis Arts Council had a launch party for their 500 related arts programming and I got to see my painting in print and stickers.
Fun, fun, fun.
Back to working on Hydro Novagraphica.
I check out the free magazines at the library for my High School students to use for collages and happened across a copy of Indiana Historical Society's IN Perspective from May/June of 2016. When I opened it up I found the following:
I've updated the Speedway, 1909 painting's page to attribute the photo layer to him.
Back to Nova Hydrographica. It just needs some clarification of details in areas. With no deadline in sight this might suck up a good chunk of time.
I went on a field trip with my students to Chicago last Saturday and saw an awesome gallery, The Jean Albano Gallery.
I was with two kiddos that are super feminists (I love it!) and they saw some boobs on the artwork in the window, so obviously, we had to go in.
It was great! I definitely recommend it.
Back to painting!