Hoosier Artist, Nashville, IN
Hoosier Salon, New Harmony, IN
Indiana Artisan Gallery,
Indiana Artisan Gallery,
French Lick, IN
New Buffalo, MI
Artist Associates of Brown County,
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Nashville Arts and
Entertainment Commission (member)
7867 Axsom Branch Road
Nashville, IN 47448
Anabel creates unique pendants, earrings and bookmarks from fluid acrylic paint in conjunction with her paintings. Each piece is original, actually a miniature painting. They are housed in metal alloy bezels, with glass cabachons. Pendants have brass or silver-plated chains in 18”, 24” and 30” lengths. Items are priced from $ 8.50 to $ 25 each, discounts for multiple pieces. They will be available at Hoosier Artist Gallery but also always from Anabel directly.
Anabel’s new business, Pour ’n More, offers classes in acrylic pouring. This growingly popular technique requires no drawing or painting experience, and students
take home beautiful unique pieces of art. Classes are offered at the Country Heritage Winery in Nashville, IN, and Anabel will hold classes
arranged for private groups at various locations. Additional scheduled classes will be offered in the surrounding towns. Check her Facebook page for current
and updates:Facebook.com/PournMore. You can see samples of her work on this website under “Fluid Acrylic Art”.
For information or to register, for a class, contact Anabel at 812-340-8781.
Solo Show The Venue Gallery, Bloomington, IN
The Hoosier Art Salon, 3-person show, New Harmony, IN
SELECTED HONORS AND AWARDS
Selected to display public art at new Glick Eye Center, Indianapolis
Selected to teach and paint at Indiana State Parks, 6 consecutive years
Brown County Art Guild: Best of Show in Patron Show
T.C. Steele Paint Out: First Place, acrylics
Hoosier Art Salon: juried in for abstract and impressionistic paintings
Midwest Abstract Show: juried in with abstract paintings
Selected to commission three large paintings for new Indiana University Health Hospital, Bloomington
Barn Quilts are wooden squares of designs derived from antique fabric quilts. They are usually found on barns but are now popular for placement in many locations. Anabel wrote a grant on behalf of the local arts commission and volunteered to teach the craft in local intermediate and high schools to art classes. Due to Covid 19 she was unable to teach in person, so she had videotaped a series of lessons. Over 100 students participated and created many beautiful pieces, some of which are displayed locally. Anabel has painted several on commission and has others available.
Brown County Artist
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