Blink is a unique combination of working studio and contemporary art gallery. One hour from Chicago and 30 minutes from South Bend, we are located in the historic district of Michigan City, Indiana.
Blink hosts two to four major shows a year, often inviting local and regional artists who work in a wide range of contemporary styles and media.
Richard's paintings, drawings and prints and the mixed media sculpture of Suzanne are often on display as well.
Richard is a formally trained painter, whose works are abstracted from objects in his memory. Fish hooks, puzzles, and decoy, dress or suit patterns are highly textured and become symbols to contemplate.
Suzanne’s sculptures are figurative and often informed by mythology and our uneasy relationship with nature. They are always a metaphor for the human condition.
Blink Contemporary Art
1709 Franklin St.
Michigan City, IN 46360
Blink is located in an area surrounded by restaurants, shopping malls, a gambling casino and the Lubeznik Center for the Arts, which has become a major regional arts museum.
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"Join us to see how artists are responding to the state of the nation!"
As you can see, the April 1st. opening of Blink's "One a Day" show was packed!
If you missed it, stop by on the First Friday in May from 5:30 -7:00 and join the fun!
Hope to see you there, Suzanne & Rick Lange
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Start your Labor Day Weekend at Blink!
First Friday, September 4, 2015
Opening Reception: 6:0 pm.
Paintings & Drawings by:
Surprise Guest Artists!
We would love to see you there!
MONDAY, MAY 20, 2013
FIRST FRIDAY AT BLINK
On Friday, June 7, 2013,
Blink Contemporary Art & Design will be
open from 5:00-8:00pm.
As well as exhibiting paintings, drawings and sculpture from local and regional artists, Blink is now also featuring antiques, and hand-made one of a kind garments, objects and furniture!
Blink is also delighted to announce that at 6:30 pm writer,
Please join us for a very special evening!
Mary Dean Cason’s short stories and poems are drawn on her southern roots. She is a featured writer/reader at Chicago’s Story Club, a regular contributor to , and the founder of Wine, Women and Stories, Northwest Indiana’s literary salon.
Her short story, “What Solomon Saw” became a finalist in Chicago Public Radio’s Stories on Stage, and went on to win California’s 2005 WestSide Story Contest. “Liar, Liar,” featured in Lake Michigan’s SHORE, won the 2006 University of Memphis’ Pinch Award. While at the University of Chicago’s Writer’s Workshop, Mary Dean took the 2008 Prize for Fiction. Mary Dean recently completed an artist residency at Ragdale in Lake Forest, IL. She is compiling a collection of short stories and completing her first novel.
POSTED AT 9:04PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2013
“In the future all our data will be stored in the cloud”.
This quote filled us with wonder…
If the clouds are now filled with data, where do the dead people sit?
Have the angels and the cherubs been evicted?
How does the data get up there?
And who owns all that data?
Do we need very tall ladders to unlock the clouds and get our data? Is there a key?
Just what does the “ Information Cloud” look like?
Thus began a conversation with nine Midwestern artists and writers and the result is CLOUD9
Exhibiting artists are:
Poet & visual artist Sherry Antonini
Sculptor, Suzanne Cohan-Lange
Sculptor, Pate Conaway
Botanic illustrator, Diane Dorigan
Installation artist & performer, Julie Laffin
Painter, Richard Lange
Digital media artist, Niki Nolin
Poet, Maureen Seaton
Fiber Artist, Becca Smith
Dec 7, 2012 - Feb 28th 2013
POSTED AT 1:25PM
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2012
WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE
“What’s Wrong With This Picture” is the name of our current show by designer Kay Hartmann.
Using interactive text and image, the show deals with her personal journey as a breast cancer survivor.
It is also a critique of the breast cancer “Industry”.
Our upcoming exhibition, opening Friday, December 7, entitled “Cloud9″ highlights nine artists’ responses to the ”Information Cloud”. Don’t miss it!
POSTED AT 3:40PM
TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2012
SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER
Suddenly Last Summer is a beautiful new show featuring brand new paintings by Richard Lange and spectacular sculptures by Three Oaks sculptor, Phillip Shore.
Please join us on June 1st. from 5:00-8:00 for a reception for the artists.
Both Rick and Phil will be there to discuss both inspiration and process.
This event is part of the monthly First Friday Art Walks, which include open houses at all of the galleries and shops in the historic Uptown Arts section of Michigan City, IN.
for further information call:
POSTED AT 1:14PM
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011
EXPOSURE: 10 CHICAGO WOMEN ARTISTS
POSTED AT 11:44AM
TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2011
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT
Don’t miss the current show, “and now for something entirely different” which opened on July 1st.
In it, Rick and Suzanne changed places: he created a series of sculptures all about the “art world” while Suzanne has a whole new body of 2D gods and goddesses! Stop by and let us know what you think.
The show will be up for several months. Just call and let us now you are on your way!
POSTED AT 12:08PM
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
04/01/16 the One A Day show
Master Class : Artists who have spent decades mastering their craft.
In the light of the fact that we live in a society that worships youth, we thought it high time to celebrate those artists who have spent a lifetime refining and mastering their skills and whose work has achieved a quiet certainty. We'd love to see you at the Opening, July 7, 5:30-8:30