April 15 through July 10, 2022
The ideas of process and transformation; using materials found in the real world; making poetic associations; and, interpretive and personal journeys of discovery will be some of the major themes. In total, the exhibit will include over 80 works in assemblage, collage, mixed media, and found object methodology.
This celebratory exhibit will include the work of ten regional artists: Doug Calisch, Crawfordsville; David Dodd Lee, Osceola; Karen Bondarchuk, Kalamazoo; Todd Hoover, South Bend; Bonnie Zimmer, Rensselaer; Marcia Sindone, LaPorte; Justin Johnson, Ft. Wayne; Kathy Zienty, Goshen; Heidi Bailey, Warsaw; and Bonnie Rock, Plymouth.
This exhibit is in conjunction with the museum’s 43rd Anniversary and the 100th Anniversary of the former St. Joseph Valley Bank building— a found object slated for demolition but instead, recycled & re-purposed, into becoming a community asset and Indiana’s premier American Art Museum. Today it stands as a monument to vision & alternative re-use.
The exhibit concludes Sunday, July 10, 2022.
This exhibit is graciously sponsored by the Elkhart County CVB.