Thursday, January 24, 2013


Gallery Hopping this Winter

body worlds logo with a women streched out in a work out position
When it is cold and dreary outside it is the perfect time to visit area galleries. Colorful works depicting river views, country roads and cityscapes bring the outside in during these months when it is not great to be outdoors.  And our museums offer interesting exhibits on  history, fashion and science.
Here are a few to consider:

'Artists of the Wonderland Way' Presented by the Carnegie Center for Art and History
Features works by a group of area artists that formed in 1906 to give artists a place to congregate and talk about materials, techniques and places to paint. They called themselves the artists of the wonderland way art club and created their works just before World War I and until the late 1930's .Many of the works in the exhibit show scenes of the river and roads and landscapes between southern Indiana and Cincinnati.
Opening: Friday January 25 reception from 6 - 8 pm
through April 6
At the Carnegie Center for Art and History
201 E. Spring St
New Albany, In

'Body Worlds Vital' Showing at the Kenucky Science Center
Vital presents a special collection of real human bodies designed to show visitors the essentials of human health and wellness.
Now through May 19
Kentucky Science Center
727 W. Main St
Louisville, Ky