Two figure painters make the leap to landscapes and still lifes as they explore new meanings in their art.
The surrealists, the Gnostics, and automotive paints are among this artist's inspirations.
A sculptor echoes the rustbelt topography of northern Indiana in fiberglass and bronze.
What is sculpture? PEZ dispensers, clay heads on chairs, and shipping containers provide some answers.
The pulses of jazz, hip-hop, and poetry move Malcolm Mobutu Smith as he creates new compositions in ceramic.
In his southern Indiana studio, Brian Jones uses his art to transfigure despair.
A printmaker's unusual series using chiaroscuro evokes violence, hope, and memory in a post-9/11 world.
In film, photograph, and video, two artists bear emotional witness to the power of family.
Both artist and research scientist, Margaret Dolinsky builds worlds within worlds in the virtual reality of a CAVE.
In art for the smallest of screens, a digital artist explores the "ghosts" in our mobile digital devices.
He doesn't paint, sculpt, or draw, but biologist Roger Hangarter has found a way to share the aesthetic wonders of of plants as living things.
What about the "visual" in visual arts? How do we learn to look at what we see?
Around the state, Indiana University galleries host hundreds of exhibits and events. Take a peek at some of what's been showing.