Freezing a Moment of Time: The Architectural Drawings of Miller and Yeager

November 3 – December 31, 2017

Made possible by Bishop Solutions

with additional support from Wagner, Crawford, Gambill & Jungers, CRMH Architecture + Commercial Interiors, Inc. and Sunset Harbor, Inc.

The Swope is partnering with Indiana Landmarks and Ball State University on an exhibition of drawings from the architectural firm of Miller and Yeager, who designed the Swope Block’s second floor when the Museum began in 1942 as the Sheldon Swope Art Gallery. This exhibition is a fitting way to conclude the 75th anniversary year. Visitors will enjoy seeing drawings of many prominent buildings in Terre Haute.

 

Koo Schadler. Eliza, 2006 Silverpoint, egg tempera on blue toned gesso panel, 6 x 8 in. Collection of the Evansville Museum, Gift of the artist

Koo Schadler. Eliza, 2006
Silverpoint, egg tempera on blue toned gesso panel, 6 x 8 in.
Collection of the Evansville Museum, Gift of the artist

The Luster of Silver: Contemporary Metalpoint Drawings

November 3 – December 31, 2017

This exhibition from the collection of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science will feature 20 silverpoint drawings and also metalpoint drawing tools. Unlike charcoal and pencil, silverpoint does not lend itself to sketching or correcting mistakes. The silverpoint line muse be precisely drawn the first time. The artist makes darker tones in these delicate images by cross hatching or building up line over line.

WVE Throwback: Color

August 18 – December 31, 2017

Many works from the annual Wabash Valley Exhibition have become part of the Swope Art Museum’s permanent collection during the exhibition’s long history. WVE Throwback: Color presents a selection of past Wabash Valley Exhibition acquisitions that focus on the visual element of color.  Included is work by: Aldon Addington, John Bott, Sue J. Cerola, Diane Driessen, Ada Inov, David Kegel, Sherry Musick, Isabella Pera, Andrew Polk, Kenneth Preston, Steven Redman, Jacquelyn Ruttinger, James Sampson, Daniel Socha, and Terry Steadham.