Art in Westfield, Indiana leans heavily on its neighbors, Carmel and Noblesville, both only about five miles away. If anyone wants a real foray into the arts, nearby Indianapolis offers all the culture of a great metropolitan city.
The main art gallery in Westfield is Gallery One 36. Although it is a fairly new gallery, its home is a renovated historic building, lending extra charm. The gallery regularly stages special Westfield events, such as poetry readings and classes. One interesting workshop at Gallery One 36 teaches artists how to create jewelry using PMC, a material that allows the user to mold silver just like clay.
Artists who exhibit at Gallery One 36 come from all over. At any given moment, visitors are liable to see the work of Beth Hall, Siby Hill, Randall Scott Harden, Cara Moczygemba, Rodman, Sam Sartorius, Katherine Kemp, Quincy Owens, Teri Barnett, and many more.
Many other showplaces for the arts are only a few minutes away, such as the Evan Lurie Gallery in the newly restored, upscale downtown Carmel area. Then of course, nearby Indy is becoming quite the place for the arts and culture.
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