Butler University was founded in 1855 by attorney and abolitionist Ovid Butler on a sprawling 290 acre plot in Indianapolis’ Butler-Tarkington neighborhood. As Butler states on their website, “the University emphasizes a liberal arts-based education with the goal of teaching clear and effective communication, appreciation of beauty, and a commitment to lifelong learning, community service and global awareness”. Read More
Need flowers for a special occasion? Visit Posh Petals on 54th street. Their selection is always fresh and unique. While you are at it, walk around the building and see the larger than life flowers we painted.
Our dear friends, Papa and Mama Carolla of Mama Carolla’s opened Good Morning Mama’s in late 2009. Blice Edwards had the privilege of painting the fun, retro style murals both inside and out. If you haven’t been there for breakfast or brunch yet, we suggest you visit soon.
You might not know the name Blice Edwards, but I’m betting you’ve seen their work. This is one of the more prominently displayed 3-D installations that is located on a building in the Mass Ave Arts District. You can see this installation while heading on Interstate 65 N and 65 S around mile marker 111.
You have probably seen them before and maybe even wondered about how they got there. The faded, sometimes barely visible signs that are found on old barns and buildings from a distant era, a centerpiece of past farming communities or markings on the urban landscape. Often referred to as “ghost signs”, they promoted tobacco, milk, oats and companies… Read More
Exceptionally talented artists Chris Blice (right) and Jon Edwards (left) have been gracing the communities in and around Indianapolis since 1993 with their decorative paintings, art and custom murals. Their work includes the large-scale murals on the Angie’s List building located on East Washington street, Good Morning Mama’s in Broad Ripple, downtown in the City of Westfield, and the famous Mass Ave mural that can be seen while traveling on interstate 65.
From the City of Westfield’s YouTube channel, “A 3-D mural covering the length of a prominent downtown building was installed this summer. The mural, visually signifying and portraying Westfield’s past, present and future, was unveiled at the Westfield Rocks the Forth Celebration in July.”
Click on the video to watch an interview with Blice Edwards and see the sculptural mural unfold and come to life.
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