Catherine Legrand has brought in a beautiful collection of Indigo pieces from around the world and the exhibit opens today. The collection is rounded out by other pieces brought in by Jill Heppenheimer.
Join us in the Gallery today at 4pm for the reception and Catherine's book signing of "Indigo: The Colour That Changed the World."
Tomorrow (Tuesday, October 7), Catherine will be giving a talk at the Wheelwright Museum Library on Museum Hill at 4pm. Afterwards, we will screen "Blue Alchemy" by NM filmmaker Mary Lance. The evening will conclude by 6:15pm.
The Gallery is open daily from 10am to 6pm, and this exhibit will run through Saturday, October 11. An invitational showing of Indigo pieces by some of the Gallery's artists will open next week, October 13-18.
Some of the Indigo pieces from the exhibit are also available online, and we will add pieces through the week.
A Week of Indigo Opens
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