New Season Begins

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April First Friday: The Season Begins!

On Friday April 3, between 5 – 8 p.m., all four Vincennes downtown galleries

Invite you to experience new art adventures.

Art Space Vincennes 521 Main will open Cardboard Chronicles: The Biblical Art of Rudolph Bostic. The artist is a self-taught visionary painter from Georgia, but well known by those who follow outsider art. While the Bostic collection on exhibit is not for sale, the artist sent 10 works that we may sell. Half of the gallery’s commission from sales will be donated to the church of the purchaser’s choice. The ASV consignment gallery will show carved and painted landscapes by Andrew Jendrzejewski. . Local cuisine artist Barbara Edwards will provide special Easter-themed refreshments.

The Northwest Territory Art Guild 316 Main will open the Annual Members Photography Show, which will feature a variety of subjects and technical approaches to photography. Art works in other media done by Art Guild members will also be for sale in the rear gallery.

The Open Gallery 329 Main will open Life is a Peach, VU Graphic Design student poster art done under the direction of Professor Pravin Sevak.  The posters feature the benefits of a healthy diet, and serve as bright, colorful reminders of the intersection between science, nutrition and naturally-grown food. There will again be live Irish music in the gallery, provided by local musicians.

Tom Bartholomew’s Wedding Photography Gallery 26 N. 1st will be doing a unique fundraising event for the Knox County Humane Society. Between 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Bartholomew will be creating unique “noir portraits” for $10.00, with all proceeds going to the Society.This will be a fun way to help a great cause.

Spring is in the air! Come downtown for Friday night dinner, art and refreshments at the galleries, and the enjoyable company of your fellow art-loving friends and family.

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For more information, contact:

Andrew Jendrzejewski

Art Space Vincennes

521 Main Street         887-6145


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