Primary Colours Presents Indiana’s Emerging Artists On display at Circle South Gallery February, 2017 Opening Reception: Friday 2/3 6-10 p.m. Primary Colours proudly partners with Circle South Gallery to present the artwork of Erin Case and Jessica Schultz in this multi-artist show. The artists featured in the exhibit are currently earning their Fine Arts degrees. As an organization that strives to assist local artists in the Indianapolis community, Primary Colours is proud to support the emerging artists and provide a professional learning experience as they graduate into the local art […]
On display at Primary Gallery December 2013 Opening Reception: Friday 12/6 6-10 p.m. Indianapolis, IN, November 7, 2013 – Primary Gallery is pleased to present the eleventh showing of the exhibition Toys. An Indianapolis holiday tradition, Toys celebrates the festive spirit of December by featuring artworks exemplifying the theme of toys. The multi-artist show inspires delight, child-like wonderment, and a sense of nostalgia through an eclectic display of humorous, witty, and merry pieces created in a variety of mediums. For Toys, Primary Gallery will support local literacy efforts by teaming […]
Primary Colours 10-Year Anniversary First Friday • August 3, 2012 • 6–10pm Primary Colours is 10 years old! In honor of this achievement, several artists who have supported the organization over the years have been invited to participate in a retrospective show at the Primary Gallery. A public showing of their work will be for sale, with a percentage of sales going to benefit Primary Colours. We hope to see you there! PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Amory Abbott Stan Blevins Justin Cooper Larry Endicott Lendell Ervin Jeff Geesa Mab Graves Blythe Hager […]
Primary Colours/Primary Gallery is proud to present the work of local artist, Martin Kuntz. The Fun Machine Died is a body of work that includes several large scale canvases made up of colorful oils and acrylic that display various deconstructed icons of pop culture. Martin Kuntz derives meaning from a society filled with over-stimulated imagery and explores these images within the subconscious. Issues explored range from gender roles and masculinity to violence, wealth and death. Opening reception takes place June 1, 2012 (6-10pm) at the Primary Gallery, located on the […]
Mark your calendars for August First Friday. An open celebration show will be exhibited in the Primary Gallery. Join our Newsletter for more details and we can’t wait to announce what’s coming next!