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Nine years ago, retirement was given new meaning for artist Jerry Points. After a successful career in graphic design, Points opened a studio/gallery at the Stutz Building in downtown Indianapolis. As president of the Stutz Artists Association, Points developed the concept for Stutz Art Space, gallery and classroom. While at the Stutz, Points devoted himself to plein air painting and established a national and regional following. Continuing his personal artistic development as well as a desire
Points is a painter His current works are landscape and still-life. His paintings are rich in color with influence from Charles Hawthorne.
MFA Printmaking Southern Illinois University
MS Art Education Indiana State University
BA Secondary Art EducationUniversity of Evansville
Indiana Artists Club
Indiana Plein Air Painters Association
Carmel Arts and Design Gallery Association
Arts Council of Indianapolis Creative Renewal Fellowship 2002, Painting Award, 2004 Penrod Exhibit
Indiana Artists Membership Exhibition, Merit Award (Painting) 2013
Richmond Art Museum, Regional Exhibition (1 Painting) 2013
Hoosier Salon, Indiana Historic Center, (1 Paintings) 2013
Indiana Heritage Exhibition, Nashville (1 Painting) 2013
Indiana Artists Annual Exhib
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