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Women Rising: Women's History Month group show


  • Untitled LIght Gallery @ Dimension Mill 642 N Madison St Bloomington, IN 47404 United States (map)

Untitled Light Gallery Celebrate March Womens History Month with Women Uprising
Opening Reception during the Gallery Walk 5-8 March 1st
In honor of March being Women’s History month, Untitled Light Gallery at the Mill will feature all women artists from the Bloomington Community. Featuring Danielle Urschel Ellen Starr Lyon, Summer Vee, Chelsea Sanders and more.

Danielle Urschel is a Bloomington based artist specializing in printmaking. Since receiving her BFA and MFA degrees, Danielle has worked to produce her own body of work while educating others by designing public programs, teaching classes and running workshops.
Her work often combines different printmaking processes in order to utilize the inherent qualities of each process in the finished piece. She is the owner of Obsolete Press, LLC, which is a shared printmaking workspace in Bloomington, Indiana.

Ellen Starr Lyon, b. 1974 in Columbus, Indiana. Ellen is a figurative painter showing throughout the United States with a focus on the Midwest. She is a current member of PoetsArtists, Indiana Artists (IN/A) and Juniper Gallery. Ms. Lyon has shown at Abend Gallery in Denver, CO and several online exclusives on Artsy through the Zhou B Art Center. She has been published in Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine highlighting artist self-portraits. Her paintings have been featured online on sites such as Bored Panda and Buzzfeed. Ellen has a BFA in Painting and BA in Art History from Indiana University. IU has acquired several of her paintings.

”I am interested in depicting a moment in time that hints at the sitter’s interior thoughts, thoughts that are strong, deep and universal. I enjoy creating a mirror for our very human feelings but with different faces; we are far from alone. When I paint my teenagers, I am aware that for many of us those emotions are not far from the surface. Those early interactions continue to affect us today, we may just be better at hiding them. “