January 8 - 30
Tints & Shades: A Black and White Exhibition
Take a monochromatic journey by viewing artwork by local artists featuring different shades and tints of black, white, and gray. Artwork in a variety of mediums, including painting, photography, drawing, and more, allow you to look more closely at the subject matter when it’s void of color and give you a sense of nostalgia. Explore how these artists use
monochromatic palettes to demonstrate light, shadows, shades, and tints in these beautiful pieces.
For the best viewing experience, please view the exhibit on a computer.
For more information about the artists in the show, click here.
Interested in supporting our artists by purchasing artwork? One hundred percent of art sale proceeds go directly to the artist. If you'd like to purchase artwork, please contact us at GPAC@Indy.Gov with the artist name(s) and title(s) of the pieces you're interested in, and we will put you directly in contact with the artist.
Virtual First Friday
Friday, January 8
6-8:00 PM via Instagram (@GPACIndyParks)
Join us for a virtual version of our monthly exhibition opening, and create your own GPAC First Friday experience at home! Stop by the Garfield Brewery for carryout growlers, walkies, or wine (follow @garfieldbrewery on Facebook or Instagram). Then, follow our Instagram page for posts released between 6-8:00 PM featuring highlighted artist work from our January show and listen to our playlist, curated by local musician, Addie Kosten. Engage during First Friday by commenting on your favorites, following these talented artists, and contacting artists to purchase pieces and support our creative economy to show how #IndyKeepsCreating! Learn more about the #IndyKeepsCreating initiative launched by the Arts Council of Indianapolis here.
Open Spotify to hear the entire playlist.
Our very own Indy Parks staff member and local musician Addie Kosten curated a playlist of local musicians for us!
Use the white arrows in between the rows to scroll through and view all artists. Please note that artist statements and bios are written by and reflective of each individual artist.