Posts Tagged: James Russell

A Curious Panel from “Jazz Trio”

During the last day of the exhibition at the Indiana State Museum, there was a panel from a portion of Jim’s Jazz Trio that really caught my niece’s, Allison Caplan, and her friend’s, Jennifer Saracino, attention.  The middle panel of

A Curious Panel from “Jazz Trio”

During the last day of the exhibition at the Indiana State Museum, there was a panel from a portion of Jim’s Jazz Trio that really caught my niece’s, Allison Caplan, and her friend’s, Jennifer Saracino, attention.  The middle panel of

NUVO Year in Review, Visual Arts in Indianapolis

Big and Huge thanks to Dan Grossman for making our James Spencer Russell retrospective exhibition at the Indianapolis State Museum one the highlights of the year for Indianapolis visual arts.  The article in NUVO can be found here.

NUVO Year in Review, Visual Arts in Indianapolis

Big and Huge thanks to Dan Grossman for making our James Spencer Russell retrospective exhibition at the Indianapolis State Museum one the highlights of the year for Indianapolis visual arts.  The article in NUVO can be found here.

Jim’s House in Kewanna

On October 25 and 26, Julie and I were in Kewanna for Diane Tesler’s annual art festival.  Julie was showing her artwork along with Diane and Wade Bussert and several of Diane’s students and many members of the regional arts

Jim’s House in Kewanna

On October 25 and 26, Julie and I were in Kewanna for Diane Tesler’s annual art festival.  Julie was showing her artwork along with Diane and Wade Bussert and several of Diane’s students and many members of the regional arts

Question and Answer Session

This excellent question and answer session was published on April 4, 2014 by Jonathan Haag on his website, Innovate Carmel. Upon the closing of the exhibition at the Indiana State Museum, we have received permission to “reprint” the entire article

Question and Answer Session

This excellent question and answer session was published on April 4, 2014 by Jonathan Haag on his website, Innovate Carmel. Upon the closing of the exhibition at the Indiana State Museum, we have received permission to “reprint” the entire article

12,000+ Views!

Julie and I are incredibly happy to announce that this website, in homage to the late artist James Spencer Russell, has had more than 12,000 views.  Tomorrow, we will have an announcement in a blog post celebrating this milestone.  

12,000+ Views!

Julie and I are incredibly happy to announce that this website, in homage to the late artist James Spencer Russell, has had more than 12,000 views.  Tomorrow, we will have an announcement in a blog post celebrating this milestone.  

Exhibition Photographs

Attendance at the exhibition has been excellent.  We encourage you to make the trip to see it.  Everything is wonderfully presented and the exhibition tells Jim’s story along with presenting an incredible cross section of his artwork, including several “masterpieces.”

Exhibition Photographs

Attendance at the exhibition has been excellent.  We encourage you to make the trip to see it.  Everything is wonderfully presented and the exhibition tells Jim’s story along with presenting an incredible cross section of his artwork, including several “masterpieces.”

James Spencer Russell, Louise Nevelson and Robert Indiana

Jim’s Lafayette Street Soho studio was around the corner and three blocks away from Louise Nevelson’s studio on Spring Street.  One more block over, at Spring Street and the Bowery, were the studios of Robert Indiana and other artists. In

James Spencer Russell, Louise Nevelson and Robert Indiana

Jim’s Lafayette Street Soho studio was around the corner and three blocks away from Louise Nevelson’s studio on Spring Street.  One more block over, at Spring Street and the Bowery, were the studios of Robert Indiana and other artists. In