Two Days of Art in Goshen
November 4 – 5
Discover the creative arts that are part of the Goshen community! The Goshen Open Studio tour kicks off Friday, 5 – 9 p.m., with art, music and dance and downtown merchant specials.
Saturday the tour continues, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Take the self-guided tour to view current gallery exhibits, get an inside look at artists’ studios, see work in progress, and purchase original art directly from the artist.
The art tour is free and open to all ages.
Fall Art Tour Participants
Accents Framing and Gifts • 120 E. Washington Street
Lauren Hodges • Multi-media
Lauren dabbles in everything. Painting, jewelry, custom furniture, paintings, and collage are on display and for sale. She is also showcasing the life-size elk she hand-painted for CAPS.
Art Alley • 119 1/2 S. Main Street
Join the Art Alley for a grand opening celebration. Find new paintings, yarn graffiti, and become an Art Alley contributing artist.
The Art Alley will serve as a tour HQ. Check in here for maps, tour info, and First Fridays details. Kids pick up and drop off your scavenger hunt forms here!
Bryan Chris Photography • 213 S. Main Street
Bryan Chris • Photography
Retreat Women’s Health Decorated Bra Exhibit • multi-media
The Retreat Women’s Health Center of Indiana University Health Goshen showcases the 4th Annual Decorated Bra Event. Community members unleash their creativity to raise awareness for breast cancer by bringing attention to mammograms and early breast cancer detection.
Proceeds from community voting help support Heart Strings Sisters, which provides free mammograms to uninsured women.
More at goshenbracontest.org
Cyd Gallery • 129 S. Main Street, Suite 2
Cyd DuBois • Portrait photography
Mary Jane Brannock • Painting
Mary Jane Brannock is currently working on a study of trees, using shape color and form. She uses glass, tile, metal and natural objects in a mosaic format, also using acrylic on canvas.
Gateway Cellar Winery • 211 S. Main Street
Ben Stutzman • Painting
Ben’s paintings elevate (and sometimes poke a bit of fun at) the mundane.
Lynne Zehr • Photography
Gerrit Huig • Cartoons
Goshen City Church • 203 North 5th Street
Wood working, painting, quilts, wall hangings, sculptures will be on display, some for sale.
Children are invited to create their own 3-D art.
Goshen Clay Artist Guild • 212 W. Washington Street • Mill Race Center
Guild members • Ceramic arts
Goshen College Hershberger Gallery • 1700 S. Main Street
GC Art Faculty • Multi-Media
Goshen Painters Guild • 212 W. Washington Street, Suite 16 • Mill Race Center
Guild members • Painting
Graber Designs Gallery • 208 S. Main Street
Graber Family Artists • Multi-media
Graber Designs Gallery now features art by nine Graber family members: gallery co-owner Ann Graber Miller, both of her parents, three of her sisters, two nieces, and our daughter. Works include watercolors, book illustrations, miniature pottery, prints, and enamel on copper pieces. Graber Designs also carries global art and fine crafts from international artists from Latin America, Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Michiana Center for the Arts • 113 1/2 E. Lincoln Avenue
Juried Photography Show • Photography
Goshen College Photography students will have photographs on display in the Gallery.
Rachel’s Bread • 212 W. Washington Street • Mill Race Center
Rachel Shenk • Wood block prints
w.harder studio • 212 W. Washington Street, Suite 5 • Mill Race Center
Wilma Harder • Jewelry
Wilma hand-fabricates jewelry using 14 karat gold, sterling silver, brass, copper, and semi-precious stones. She primarily make rings, pendants and earrings. Custom wedding bands and reversible pendants are a best seller.
Goshen Theater • 216 South Main Street
Friday 8 – 9:30 pm Kansas Bible Company
Saturday 7pm Red Molly (Cost – $15)