Wednesday November 2, 2016
Arthur M Glick JCC Art Gallery
6701 Hoover Road, Indianapolis
5:30 – 7:30 PM, Light refreshments
7:00 PM Artist's presentation
Phil O’Malley, an Indianapolis-based professional studio artist and designer, has created two and three dimensional works in a wide array of art. His work has been displayed at Clowes Hall, Long-Sharp Gallery at the Conrad, Evan Lurie Gallery in Carmel as well as other fine art galleries. He studied interior design at the Purdue School of Engineering and earned a BFA from the Herron School of Art and Design.
The exhibition runs through Jan 2, 2017.
A Free Illustrated Lecture on Chinese Architecture
Monday, November 14, 2016
Riviera Club Ballroom, 5640 N. Illinois Street
7:00-7:30 P.M. Coffee and Tea Served
7:30 P.M. Lecture
Come and share with architectural historian Dr. James Glass, as he describes the rich and unexpected variety of architecture in China. Over 3500 years, an advanced form of timber construction took shape in China and was refined to an exquisite degree. Inventive buildings in brick and stone also made their mark, and some of the most splendid cities in the world were laid out and awed visitors. Traditional architecture in China means cities, palaces, walls, residences, temples, altars, and gardens. It also means sculpture, painting, and water. We will also touch on the impact of Western architecture in China and recent Modern architecture. The lecture will end with some illustrations of how Chinese architecture has influenced the United States.
Monumental Wall Project
Clowes Memorial Hall unveiled its’ newest art installation by literally dropping the curtain to reveal an 800 square foot canvas painted by Indianapolis artist Phil O’Malley. The piece, titled Finding Your Way: From Wander to Wonder, is a collaboration between Clowes Memorial Hall and O’Malley, one where the performing arts meets the visual arts.
Finding Your Way: From Wander to Wonder is now open for viewing to the general public during regular business hours – Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
I'd like to extend an invitation to all Portfolians to attend an opening reception for the retrospective exhibition titled "William Forsyth: Only the Strong Persist" at the Indiana State Museum Thursday, November 6 at 6:30 p.m.