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Welcome to the Brown County Art Gallery

2016 is coming to a close and it has been an amazing year at the Brown County Art Gallery. We have made good use of all our new space and hope that you were able to visit. And we are not done!

Our final exhibit "The Nature of Art: Painted Parks" opens with a reception on Saturday, December 3rd from 3 to 5 pm. This Bicentennial Project is the result of the journey taken by artist Rick Wilson to paint all of Indiana's State Parks. The exhibit features 70 paintings, many for sale, and will be on display until January 31st.

We are also launching our Annual Donor Campaign. You may have received information in the mail and there is a place to learn more on this website. New this year is a chance for you to decide how your gifts are used. Please help us continue to provide a home for Indiana's best artists...from the past to the present, and keep our beautiful Gallery free for the public to enjoy. The Gallery Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization.

Our Family Treasures Sale continues with a wonderful selection of early Indiana art and our gift shop is now stocked with artist made ornaments.

We will be closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. We hope you and yours have a wonderful Holiday Season.

 

 

"The Nature of Art - Painted Parks'

ArtofNatureFBOur final exhibit for 2016 opens with a reception on Saturday, December 3 from 3-5 pm. Food, wine and music, $5 donation at the door. Rick Wilson will be in attendance.

This exhibition by Rick D. Wilson is an official Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project celebrating Indiana's bicentennial and the great diversity the 24 Indiana State Parks has to offer. It also celebrates the 100 anniversary of the State Parks System in Indiana. It features 70 paintings from the State Parks, Reservoirs, Fish & wildlife Areas & State Recreation Areas as well as a PBS style documentary and exhibition catalog. The exhibit will be open through January 31, 2017.

 

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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

Will Vawter "Sunny Day in Springville"

"Sunny Day in Springville" by Will Vawter | An early painting of his studio in Nashville - 30 x 36, oil on canvas
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. Come by the gallery to view paintings such as an important Will Vawter painting of his Nashville studio. 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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