Featured Artists

for the Month

Feature Show ARTIST Reception
August 16, 6:00-8:00pm

Elaine C. Wolfe
Elaine was juried into the Clark Gallery, Honeywell Center, in Wabash, IN, for the themed exhibit “Night and Day” with an acrylic painting entitled “Super Harvest Moon” and she has won one of the Merit Awards.  The exhibit will hang until August 20.
She will be showing with the Hamilton County Artists’ Association at Carmel Library in their Annual Members Exhibit starting August 22.
She will be exhibiting at Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian, Indianapolis in the Annual Indiana Wildlife Artists Exhibit starting August 29.

Heidi Mandich
Heidi will be sharing some of her newest designs with guests at the 35th annual Lexington Fine Art Fair, August 4th and 5th in Lexington, Michigan.  Saturday 10am-6pm & Sunday10am-5pm. Booth 13 on Huron St.
She will also be at the 40th annual Morning Glory Fine Craft Fair Saturday & Suday Aug. 11 & 12 in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin 10am-5pm both days.
Indianapolis Art Center Fall classes start at the end of August.  Heidi will be teaching Intro to Jewelry & Metalsmithing 7 weeks on Wednesday evenings 6:30-9:30pm beginningAugust 29th.  For registration visit:

Donna Arnold
Donna will have three paintings entered in the Professional Fine Arts division of the State Fair Competition (August 1-19)
She will have two paintings at Nickel Plate Arts, 107 S. 8th St., Noblesville, in the exhibit sponsored by the Equine Art Guild, for the entire month.  The opening reception will beAugust 3, 6-9pm.
She will have 2-3 pieces in the HCAA 68th Annual Juried Artists Exhibit at the Carmel Library, Aug. 22-Sept. 10.
Also, she is holding watercolor painting classes in her studio in Carmel.  Session 1:  Monday mornings in August (Aug.6, 13, 20 and 27)  Session 2:  Sept. 4, 10, 17, 24.  Contact her for details at:

Gail Wiener
Gail will have her booth of Photo Letters at the Noblesville Art Fair on the Square, Saturday, August 4, 10am-5pm.

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