Saturday, April 11, 2015

White Ripple Gallery 4/11/15

June 1, 2014, Hammond IN had their annual art walk. White Ripple Gallery was on the walk, and this was the first time I had heard of them. I did not make it there that day.  Today I made it there, because of my friends Diana and Sophia.

The gallery is cool. Multi-level. A large area on the main floor is set aside for exhibiting artists (like my friend Diana and some other upcoming friends of mine who will exhibit). This main floor, and the other floors, have been divided for studio artists too. Artists wanting permanent space to create, display, and sell their art. An all in one package if you will. My friend Sophia is the latest of these artists to obtain space there on the 3rd floow.

Here are some photos of the venue, and the 2nd Friday event that is open in the evening to the public every month.

















Please go see Diana's work in the exhibit until April 30th. You can also see Diana's work at the Zhou B Art Center in Chicago.  (Every 3rd Friday is the Zhou B Art Center opening to the public.)

Go see Sophia's work on the third floor anytime. You can also see her work at Paul Henry's Art Gallery in Hammond.


White Ripple Gallery & Co.
6725 Kennedy Ave.
Hammond, IN 46323

Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
2nd Saturdays Each Month 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM



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Friday, April 3, 2015

Brabant Lenting 4/3/15

It took me a long time to get out to Michigan City to see my friend Brabant. A bit embarrassing because he is a friend. Very delightful because it was a wonderful experience.

It is always nice going to places to see friends. You are likely to run into other friends. Below are photos of Native American Flute player John Sarantos.





This is the look when they forget your name. Cheers!





The man himself, Brabant, tipping back some water . . .







Some photos around town, before going home.






Brabant Lenting


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