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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

April Gallery Walk in Photos

Categories: Arts & Culture

It's too difficult to describe what's on exhibit at the galleries in a blog; the words just don't adequately express how beautiful and interesting the artwork is or how cool the gallery spaces are. So instead, I took a little stroll through the galleries and snapped a few photos, to give you a glimpse of what's on the walls (or stands, or floor). Hopefully you'll also get an idea of what the spaces are like (traditional and non-traditional, like a hair salon), because actually experiencing the art in a gallery is infinitely better than just seeing it online. So walk the Walk, it won't disappoint.



By Hand Gallery - "Birdz Returning" by Lois Barber


The Vault Gallery

The Vault at Gallery Mortgage - Recent works by Shannon Zahnle, "Beyond the Signaling Theory: when preys fight back!" by Alyssa Noelle


Playing Field

Pictura - "The Playing Field" by Joe Johnson



Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center - "Pulse" by Allison Horner, "Wearable Objects & Miniature Sculptures" by Katrina Valuyeva, Spring Shows by Ivy Tech Fine Arts Students & Associate of Fine Arts Degree Capstone Students


Art & Soul of Bloomington

The Venue Fine Art & Gifts - "Art & Soul of Bloomington" Juried Show


Uncharted Sensations

Bloomington/Monroe County Convention Center - "Uncharted Sensations" by Rafael Cronin


Imaginary Friends

Gather Shoppe - "Imaginary Friends: Paper Mache Sculptrues" by Vanessa Monfreda



Royale Hair Parlor - Works by Courtney Sinclair


B-Line Bridge

Gallery Walk also a great way to enjoy downtown Bloomington in spring. It's beautiful this time of year! New shows go up at the first of the month, and more info can be found at GalleryWalkBloomington.com

Julie Warren

Julie Warren

Julie was raised in Bloomington and attended IU, and all of that experience and knowledge comes in handy as the Director of Tourism. She loves live music, ice cream, swimming, craft beer, and of course her adorable family.


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