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Big Plans for Downtown

    The Facade Grant Program This summer a series of Vincennes City Council meetings offered hope for constructive growth in Downtown Vincennes. The following information comes from news reports in the Vincennes Sun Commercial filed by Jenny McNeece.   On June 28, the City Council was given for review[…]

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Thoughts on ‘Zoomorphs’

  Thoughts on Zoomorphs by Amy DeLap, Co-owner of Art Space Vincennes, LLC   Cat Vitebsky’s cast bronze sculptures are relatively small. She says, “These figures can be lifted and held in the hand,” then adds, “but the nature of their transformation can never be fully grasped.” What does this[…]

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Wartime Observations Continues

    WWII Drawings by Henry F. Hellert The July reception for the Henry Hellert exhibition at the Art Space Vincennes gallery at 521 Main Street drew more interest than we anticipated. Those attending the J. Patrick Redmond book signing the following weekend also found the work on the walls[…]

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Appraising Works of Art

A GUIDE Appraisal Requests ASV is often asked to appraise a work of art. We do not appraise work. Neither do faculty or gallery administrators at schools nor museum personnel, so it is not useful to look for help from these sources. Art appraising is an entirely specialized field which[…]

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Coming in September – Zoomorphs

Experiments in Bronze by UK Sculptor Cat Vitebsky ASV is pleased to bring to Vincennes the cast bronze sculpture of Cambridge, England artist Cat Vitebsky this fall.  Her exhibition will open during the September 2 First Friday Art Walk and continue through October 15. The word “Zoomorph” in the title of[…]

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From Us and Them to We

  July 9th Book Signing On July 9th, Art Space Vincennes LLC hosted a book-signing event that was unexpectedly packed with between 100 and 110 people, so many that others were turned away. This event was historic for the Knox County area because of the response indicating strong interest in[…]

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The Art of Barbara Edwards

Like Artist Like Chef Barbara Edwards has been preparing the hors d’ouvres for Art Space Vincennes First Friday receptions for two years now. Many visitors have gotten to know her unique approach to creating recipes, her elegant presentations and the home-style serving of her food. Listening to her descriptions of[…]

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Reflections on Redmond’s Book Signing

  When we started our gallery three years ago we expressed an underlying purpose for Art Space Vincennes, that of exploring various forms of spiritual journey that can be found in the work of many of our artists.  If you take a look at our gallery’s history, this thread becomes evident[…]

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Time’s Signature

  Time's Signature By Andrew Jendrzejewski   Time’s Signature, The Sculpture of Robert Pulley has been published and will be available at Art Space Vincennes on July 1. You can review the book here; just click on the cover image above and enjoy.

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Mural Progress at Clark’s Crossing

I (Andrew Jendrzejewski here) and my spouse and colleague Amy DeLap have been diligently painting my landscape design in the old gym/auditorium at Clark’s Crossing now dubbed the Community Room. As of the Saturday before Thanksgiving we estimate that it is somewhere between one-half to two-thirds completed, as we begin[…]

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