Satch Art Space is showing a selection of artworks based upon the theme of love, and sex and the the zodiac. Starting at 7 p.m., have your questions answered by ”Zodiascope,” the amazing fortune-telling game, and your future told by palm reading. Inspired by the vintage jazz album by Cannonball Adderley, “Love Sex and the Zodiac,” Satch Art Space will be playing curated cuts from Cannonball and Nat Adderley’s discography. Satch Art Space is located on the main floor of the north section of the Circle City Industrial Complex at 1125 E Brookside Avenue. Click here for the Facebook Event Page.
Recently, Pete Brown of WFYI’s Art of the Matter visited Satch Art Space for an interview about my life as an artist. Pete also brought along his son Harold, his ace intern. It was a pleasure and privilege to have Pete and Harold at the gallery to talk about my art and the impact of becoming an artist after twenty-seven years of being in the corporate world. Pete is an artist that I respect and admire. Our history goes back many years to when we were fellow artists represented by Lolly Mahaney’s gallery in Zionsville, Indiana. Here’s a big thank you to Pete for producing such a wonderful interview! And, be sure to check out Pete Brown’s incredible app for connecting arts organizations with interested people, Piggyback.
Click on the graphic below to access the podcast of the October 28, 2017 broadcast.
SATCH ART SPACE is proud to present, Sivavis: The Surreal Subconscious, an exhibition of contemporary analogue collage art. This not to be missed exhibition is a compelling show of new work by a remarkable young emerging artist from Indianapolis.
The exhibition opens Friday, November 3, 2017 from 6 to 10 p.m. and runs through December, 2017. And, for First Friday, Stach’s Objekts: Bought, Bequeathed, Beloved and worthy of your home will continue.
It was wonderful to host two Blues Masters in Satch Art Space for an exceptional performance that will always be remembered and was enjoyed by all. One special guest, documentary film maker Robert Mugge summed up the evening with this Facebook post.
Thanks to Johnny and Quiqué for sharing their art with everyone that gathered at Satch Art Space.
The exhibition that accompanied the performance was new work that was inspired by music. This included a large painting made with acrylic and oils using text from the Johnny Burgin song, Love Me Like I Want It, from his Greetings from Greaseland album.
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The big new is… I am opening an expanded gallery at the Circle City Industrial Complex. The new gallery is named, Satch Art Space. I am planning a series of exhibitions and music events for 2017. The first big event is March First Friday which will present the exhibition, The History of Indianapolis Punk Rock! The exhibition presents photographs, flyers and historical information from the Indianapolis punk rock scene in the late 1970s through the 1980s in Satch Art Space and the adjacent Stokol Gallery. The exhibition’s opening night is First Friday, March 3. Indianapolis band, Cheetah Priest, will perform a special show. And, a display of historic punk records and ephemera will be shown by Indiana Music and Entertainment Museum.
Making a handmade flyer to promote a punk rock band and its show was an art unto itself. Typically, the flyers were confined to an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of paper to accommodate a xerox machine, which was the printer used to make copies that were pasted and stapled up all over the city. The flyers not only included the information for the show, but also put forward the image and branding of the bands and the vibe of the punk rock movement itself. This exhibition sets forth the unique art of the punk rock flyer and the corresponding history of Indianapolis punk rock.
The exhibition in the Stokol Gallery will be open weekdays, 9 am to 5 pm, from March 3 through March 31, 2017. The exhibition is sponsored by Satch Art Space and Irvington Vinyl.
My exhibition, Body Parts, will be reinstalled and exhibited at the Schwitzer Gallery at the Circle City Industrial Complex on IDADA First Friday, September 2, 2016 from 6 to 9 p.m.
I will have my studio/gallery open from 6 to 9 p.m. on August 5th, 2016 for the IDADA First Friday tour.