“Forms | Shapes” explores art beyond color. This group exhibit invites collectors to view the shapes and forms that serve as the foundation for works of art, rather than focusing on the pallet used to give the works their color. The nine-artist exhibition includes works by blue chip artists Victor Vasarely and Robert Indiana. Freestanding sculpture by Vasarely, Gino Miles (New Mexico), Thalen & Thalen (Belgium), Dale Enochs (Bloomington, Indiana), and Mary Pat Wallen (Warsaw, Indiana) serve as the cornerstone and most logical foundation for the exhibit. Wall sculpture by the United Kingdom’s Chris Bracey (found objects including neon) and Alex Echo (whose milled wood frames inform the composition) add to this category. Works on canvas exploring form will be limited to new paintings by Stutz artist Amy Kirchner (Indianapolis, Indiana), as well as one work by David Michael Slonim (Anderson, Indiana).
The exhibit will open on November 16, 2016 and remain up through February 25, 2017. For more information, follow us on Instagram (@lsgindy) and use the hashtag #FormsShapes.