Since you don’t always have the ability to get to Nickel Plate Arts gallery locations physically, we thought we’d bring our current works on display to you!
Artists share their dreams, beliefs and the utterly fantastic in our latest exhibit.
Many things were put on hold this past year, one of which was in-person art shows. Abstract impressionist painter John Dierdorf hopes that’s about to change.
John’s work features outdoor scenes of gardens, flowers, and trees. Recently he has created larger pieces – some as big as 6 ft. wide – and this new work will be showcased at his exhibit, Flowers, in the Stephenson House this month.
Come see “Flowers” in person at the Stephenson House September 1-25 during regular business hours, Wednesday-Friday 12pm-5pm and Saturday 10am-5pm. A free reception will be held on Friday, September 3 from 6:00pm-9:00pm, alongside our September First Friday. Come meet John and enjoy his works.
From July through September, Craig Ogden will be showcased in the Meyer Najem Gallery located on the second floor at 11787 Lantern Road in Fishers, Indiana. The exhibit is called “Two Years Later” celebrating Craig’s last two official years as an artist.
Craig’s paintings are mostly done in acrylics on canvas, paper, or Masonite panels. Each one is an expressive exercise of paint, line, and form all working together to capture a single image or place in time.
“Don’t get artwork to match your couch. Collect original art; support artists.” This has been Patty Coulter’s mantra since the start of her interior design days back in Southern California.
Patty is an artist with an incredible story of overcoming tragedy, heartbreak, and faith.
“My art has saved me, it’s been there for me my whole life—in any crisis, sad and happy times—something tangible that I can go to that heals me in many ways.”
See “Perspectives in Watercolor” at the Hub & Spoke Design Center located on the first floor at 8100 E. 106th in Fishers from July through September. A reception, hosted by High Frequency Arts, will be held on Friday, September 17, 2021 from 5pm to 9pm.
From July through September, Belinda’s collection will be showcased on both floors of dining areas at Four Day Ray Brewing located at 11671 Lantern Road in Fishers, Indiana. Belinda Short brings a challenging exhibit to Four Day Ray this Summer with “Try It”—an eclectic collection of mixed media projects which showcases the creative challenges Belinda enjoys solving. Each one of her pieces contains alcohol ink, acrylic paint, paint pen, liquid ink, fountain pens, watercolors, and more. Belinda has learned what mediums work well with each other through her tests and focuses on creating layered works that give a uniqueness to her focus on ciphers, color theory, perception, and physics.
A reception will be held on Tuesday, July 20th from 4:30pm-7:30pm in the brewery at Four Day Ray Brewing. Register by clicking here.