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Welcome to the Brown County Art Gallery

Winter is here but the Gallery is a warm and beautiful place to get out of the cold. This month we are featuring our Permanent Collection and consignment art. For those who want hands on, a series of workshops are on the schedule.

Spring is on our mind as well with plans finalizing for the annual Victorian Tea. This year the program brings us the story of the "Suffragettes" which has become a timely subject in recent days. We are taking reservations now for this popular event.

The annual Mabel B. Annis Student Art Competition is preparing for an April opening. This year, a new video category has been added. Visitors will see painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, photography and videos created by students from 7 surrounding counties.

We have many pieces of early Indiana art for sale. Commissions support the Foundation. Also our Gallery Artists Association and IHA have a large selection of contemporary work on display.

We look forward to having you visit our gallery.

 

 

 

2017 Annual Donor Campaign Levels

2017 Donor CampaignhomeThe first year of our amazing new Gallery has been a huge success and we thank all of you who shared our dream and made the expansion project come true. Now you can support our Gallery Foundation by contributing to our Annual Donor Campaign. Your donations help with our day-to-day operating expenses, as well as maintain and upgrade our important Permanent Collection, and support all the many exciting programs and exhibits that we have planned for 2017. Read more about making a donation

 

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Family Treasures: Time to Share Exhibit

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"A Dusty Road" by Georges LaChance
This is one of the paintings that is offered for sale

Our annual “Family Treasures Sale: Time to Share” is still ongoing with new additions still coming in. View our newest additions under Consignment Art or visit the gallery open daily. All paintings are for sale and partial proceeds support the Gallery Foundation.

 

 

 

 “Ridge Tree on Road by Bill Hoy’s House” by Adolph Shulz“Ridge Tree on Road by Bill Hoy’s House” by Adolph Shulz “Ridge Tree on Road by Bill Hoy’s House” by Adolph Shulz

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