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Art is just one of Turner’s passions and began when he was a young boy growing up in Indianapolis. He says through the decades his artistic style and preferences have been influenced by several important and renowned artists, including 17th century painter Peter Paul Rubens and American Abstract Expressionists Franz Kline,William DeKooning and Jackson Pollack. Turner now calls his own style Abstract Enthusiasm.
Four of Turner’s works grace the halls of The Stutz building outside his corporate offices. The Stutz building in downtown Indianapolis is famous for the motorcars that were produced in the building in the early 1900s and continues to be famous to the present-day for the many artists, businesses and entrepreneurs that house their offices there.
Stutz Artists Association
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