Local art gallery The Venue will open its latest collection of for-sale pieces at 6 p.m. Friday, according to a press release.
The “Trifecta” includes work by artists Brian Talbert, Ed McEndarfer and Grant Wood.
Talbert, a new artist in the Bloomington art community, specializes in pencil, graphite and colored pencil architectural drawings.
McEndarfer is a retired professor of fine arts after teaching ceramics at the School for American Craftsmen in Rochester, New York; Minnesota State University in Moorhead, Minnesota; and Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri, according to his website.
He is a member of the Bloomington Area Arts Council, the Hoosier Salon and the Local Clay Potter’s Guild, and his sculptures of birds and painted bowls will be on display.
Wood is a South Africa native who specializes in watercolors of the country’s landscapes, seascapes, boats and dwellings, according to his website.
He will be visiting Bloomington for the next six weeks, according to the release.
The three new artists’ collections will be available for viewing and purchase as The Venue’s featured pieces of October alongside the rest of The Venue’s permanent selection of art, products and gifts.
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