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Ann Luther Exhibit

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Beginning on the evening of July 10th Tarkington Tower will display a selection of art fromCarmen Hurt.  This is a striking collection and you owe it to yourself to view it.  The exhibit opens at 5:30 pm on August 21, 2015 and will continue through September 21, 2015.  Wine and a selection of treats will be available until 7:00 pm the evening of the 21st.

Note: Scroll down for a description of her work.

Ann Luther Description

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Inside the Lines’ Unique Art Opening features Indy Artist Ann Luther

Indianapolis artist Ann D. Luther and her “Inside the Lines” intricate quilts will be featured in a public art exhibit opening reception Friday, Aug. 21, 5:30-7 p.m. at Tarkington Tower Condominium, 4000 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis. Luther has been quilting for more than 20 years and sewing since age 9, and for the past seven years she has produced “fiber art.” Fiber art pieces “follow the basic principles of quilt making but with twists,” Luther says. “The pieces are meant to be displayed rather than snuggled under.”