Fishers Town Hall Becomes Art House
The walls of Fishers Town Hall are now adorned with beautiful oil paintings and pastels as the public building, at One one Municipal drive will now include an art gallery setting to showcase the work of local artists.
Fans braved the first snow of the year to attend the public reception honoring the first artist to be showcased, Pam Newell.
The award-winning artist whose pastels and oil paintings capture many Indiana and regional scenes, was excited about the new opportunity
“This is just great,” says Pam. “This is like a giant refrigerator for me,” she adds with a laugh. “It’s just like when I was a kid and hung my art work all over the place,” she quickly adds with excitement showing.
Pam’s work will be showcased through February 10th. New exhibits will be unveiled on a regular basis, showcasing up to 60 works of visual art by each local artist or group.
The permanent art gallery is free and open to the public.
Art in Town Hall is a collaboration of the Fishers Arts Council and the town of Fishers. The artists must live, work or teach in Fishers.
The art gallery will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays and on periodic Saturdays.