Fishers Arts Council exhibits feature Walker, Mintze • Current Publishing


“Weeping” by Judy Mintze is part of the exhibition. (Photo courtesy of the Fishers Arts Council)

The Fishers Arts Council will present its first exhibitions of 2022 with Taylor Walker in the Town Hall Art Gallery and Judy Mintze in the Town Hall Alcove.

A reception will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on January 14 at the gallery, featuring live music by Jon Martin, snacks and drinks for adults. The exhibition is open every day, except public holidays, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Walker’s exhibition, “Prismatic Brilliance,” is all about color and energy. She is an accomplished artist and illustrator who creates bespoke art. She specializes in portraits of pets and family, watercolors, children’s art, greeting cards and encaustic paintings. She is known for her attention to detail and photorealistic renderings.

Walker said she was “a sensitive soul who thrives on making emotional connections through my art, and I pride myself on my innate ability to fully understand and grasp the unique needs of my clients.”

Mintze’s work mainly focuses on abstract and figurative art. The exhibition is called “Chapeau bas” and is a portrait of women’s fashion and modern life.

“My goal is to create figurative figurative paintings with the likeness as a priority,” Mintze said.

Mintze said she wanted to “express internal feelings and thoughts in my works. Something more elusive, poetic and imaginative in my work is my goal.

Walker’s exhibit will run through the end of this month and will also be part of the virtual gallery at, while Mintze’s exhibit will run through the end of the month. Of March. Mintze’s exhibition can only be viewed in person in the gallery.

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