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Barber, Julie Lyn

Parker City, IN 47368
765-212-9198
JulieLynBarber@aol.com
www.julielynbarber.com
I sing as a soprano soloist with choirs and orchestras as well as in recital with piano, organ or guitar accompaniment. I also sing with a Jazz band, Main Street Jazz. I am a playwright with a primary focus on children's plays in the British panto style. I work as a professional actor, stage director and choreographer. I teach voice and acting to students of all ages.
Barber, Suzanne

Angola, IN 46703
zbellab@gmail.com
A poetess at any early age I found my love of words.
Barker, Mitzi

Terre Haute, IN 47803
cstmcrea@aol.com
Barnes, Jeffrey

Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-417-9031
glbtx@yahoo.com
www.RememberWhoMadeYou.co ...
I provide workshops on the topics of: theatre games/improv, using theatre to tackle tough issues. I have a one-person one-act play dealing with the issues surrounding homosexuality and Christianity. I am employed as the Theatre Production Manager/Technical Director at the University of Indianapolis.
Barnett, Amanda

Lafayette, IN 47904
jackvalentyne@gmail.com
I draw out the problems that society sweeps under the rug, to expose the tender underbelly of humanity. In particular, my work deals with women's suffrage, and the trials and tribulations they must face. I aim to hit people hard and hit them where it hurts, to help them realize the inherent problems with society. I seek to inspire, to educate, and to learn from my own work, and ask no more of anyone else than I would ask of myself.
barnett, teri

indianapolis, IN 46220
teri@teribarnett.com
www.teribarnett.com
My art explores the elements of our world broken down to their most basic expressions shape, color, and texture. Within my work, my goal is to communicate a peaceful balance between the seen and unseen energies of nature and humanity.
Barossa Wind Quintet

South Bend , IN 46601
info@barossaquintet.com
barossaquintet.com
The Barossa Wind Quintet is a premium ensemble of young talent that has been bringing passionate state-of-the-art performances in full exploration of the wind quintet repertoire since 1999.
Barr, Sheila

Franklin, IN 46131
317-797-4513
redpathstudio@gmail.com
www.redpathstudiosgallery ...
I nurture emerging artists. I provide a gallery for not-ready-for-primetime artists to get their feet wet. I am a motivator. I offer a myriad of arts and crafts classes to persons age 3-99. Classes are at my studio and can be arranged to suit your needs.
barrett, megan

portage, IN 46368
mbdezigns@yahoo.com
I take color and form and create state of mind by looking at experimential building types and wondering what if along with dramas within our souls. Wanting to reshape interior spaces and making people aware that the spaces were they live and work help with mental wellness.
Barrow, Kelly

Bloomington, IN 47403
kbarrow@interart.com
Bartel, Thomas

Richmond, IN 47374
TABartel5@aol.com
www.thomasbartel.com
Sculpture
Barton, Craig

4015 W. Mary Ellis Street
Bloomington, IN 47404
812-876-0891
craig@bartonimages.com
www.bartonimages.com
Good art provides intellectual stimulation. It is something you can live with for years and enjoy every day because the expectation is there that you will discover some detail, unnoticed until today, which adds just a tiny bit more pleasure to the experience of living with the work. The images start out as friends and, as good friends do, become better friends over time. My house is filled with art, both of my creation and that of other artists. The stimulation I get from being surrounded by art gives me the inspiration and energy to (more)
Barton, Lori

Darlington, IN 47940
765-366-2046
lori807@dishmail.net
hoosierheartlanddesigns.b ...
I have no limited style and look for inspiration in my surroundings and work mainly with watercolor's. More often than not inspiration finds me and not vice versa. I enjoy working with larger canvases most often working in 22x30 and larger works. By not limiting myself to one particular style I feel my emotion and feelings for the subject(s) are more easily expressed.
Bartz, Joe

Fishers, IN 46038
joe@joebartz.com
www.joebartz.com
I create artwork that most people categorize as surrealism. I have defined my work into 4 different categories: 1. Bartzology: The science which studies and mixes beliefs, myths, and morals, to create new theories and ideas. 2. Lunatic Visions: A vision seen in a dream that conveys a revelation of lunacy. 3. Religious: Relating to or manifesting devotion to an acknowledged ultimate deity. 4. Science Fiction: Fiction in which scientific fancy provides plots for adventure stories concerning the future condition of man and society.
Bascom, Helen

Jeffersonville, IN 47130
hmbascom@hotmail.com
www.redbubble.com/people/ ...
I am primarily a nature photographer, but I also enjoy fine art photograhy. Color and texture are important in my work, as I look for interesting and appealing color and texture in nature.
Bash, Kerri

19152 Nutmeg Rd
Argos, IN 46501
574-892-5550
magpiedreams@aol.com
www.magpiedreamsart.com
Inspiration comes from many sources. Many of the interests I currently hold I have had since I was young. I have always loved stories- folk tales, myths, fairy tales, and legends. Much of my inspiration is drawn from other artists I admire, such as the artists of the Pre-Raphaelite movement. I love animals, and have been around them all my life. Also, I have always had a fascination with medieval and renaissance Europe, especially England. These interests have led me to much research, and through research, I develop images in my mind (more)
Baskett, Teri

Jeffersonville, IN 47130
tbaskett@humana.com
After years of creating jewelry pieces from beads, I have moved over to chainmaille weaving, creating jewelry pieces and more with interwoven metal rings in copper, silver, bronze and stainless.
Bastian, Jay

Fort Wayne, IN 46807
jayalanbastian@mac.com
jaybastian.com
My full time job is teaching art to individuals with developmental disabilities at L.I.F.E. Adult Day Academy. My students at the academy live with disabilities such as mental retardation, downs syndrome and traumatic brain injuries. They are very creative and affectionate and I love them as my own family. In addition to teaching at the academy, I teach an introductory drawing class at Indiana University Purdue University, Fort Wayne on Saturdays. I have a strong bond with my students, who inspire me and feed me creatively. Ive taught at (more)
Baswell-Reagle, Melissa

Bloomington, IN 47407
mountmoon@aol.com
www.FullMoonFamily.com
Bates, Paula

Bloomington, IN 47401
812-336-4236
pj_bates@hotmail.com
paulabates.com

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