ATELIER Presents Exhibition of Floral Still Life

September 20, 2023 at 7:25 p.m.
A solo exhibition of still life photographs and live florals by Indianapolis-based floral artist Robyn K. Harde will start today at ATELIER, 104 E. Center St., Warsaw. Photo Provided.
A solo exhibition of still life photographs and live florals by Indianapolis-based floral artist Robyn K. Harde will start today at ATELIER, 104 E. Center St., Warsaw. Photo Provided.

By Staff Report

Be Still is a solo exhibition of still life photographs and live florals by Indianapolis-based floral artist Robyn K. Harder. The exhibition at ATELIER, 104 E. Center St., Warsaw, which includes 18 floral still life photographs inspired by 17th-century Dutch still life painting.
Harder takes inspiration from the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, particularly the works of Jan Davidsz de Heem and Rachel Ruysch. She methodically studies the natural movement of each flower to ensure perfect placement, precise layering of blooms, movement and color palette in each floral composition, according to a news release from ATELIER.
ATELIER director Sea Grandon says she wanted to curate a romantic and atmospheric show for autumn. “Beauty, art historical references and artistic virtuosity are the trifecta of elements I look for from an artist,” Grandon says.
“Robyn has an incredible eye for color and composition that she is able to translate with intention in both three-dimensional and two-dimensional form. Part of the mission of ATELIER is to not only exhibit superior contemporary art, but also to highlight all that is beautiful and exquisitely executed in the Midwest. Robyn and I both share a love for all things aesthetic and a staunch belief that there is beauty, sophistication, and wonder right here at home in Indiana. I believe visitors to ATELIER this fall will concur.”
Be Still opens today and runs through Oct. 27. ATELIER’s fall hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays and SaturdaysThe exhibition at ATELIER, 104 E. Center St., Warsaw, which includes 18 floral still life photographs inspired by 17th-century Dutch still life painting.
Harder takes inspiration from the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, particularly the works of Jan Davidsz de Heem and Rachel Ruysch. She methodically studies the natural movement of each flower to ensure perfect placement, precise layering of blooms, movement and color palette in each floral composition, according to a news release from ATELIER.
ATELIER director Sea Grandon says she wanted to curate a romantic and atmospheric show for autumn. “Beauty, art historical references and artistic virtuosity are the trifecta of elements I look for from an artist,” Grandon says.
“Robyn has an incredible eye for color and composition that she is able to translate with intention in both three-dimensional and two-dimensional form. Part of the mission of ATELIER is to not only exhibit superior contemporary art, but also to highlight all that is beautiful and exquisitely executed in the Midwest. Robyn and I both share a love for all things aesthetic and a staunch belief that there is beauty, sophistication, and wonder right here at home in Indiana. I believe visitors to ATELIER this fall will concur.”
Be Still opens today and runs through Oct. 27. ATELIER’s fall hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays

Be Still is a solo exhibition of still life photographs and live florals by Indianapolis-based floral artist Robyn K. Harder. The exhibition at ATELIER, 104 E. Center St., Warsaw, which includes 18 floral still life photographs inspired by 17th-century Dutch still life painting.
Harder takes inspiration from the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, particularly the works of Jan Davidsz de Heem and Rachel Ruysch. She methodically studies the natural movement of each flower to ensure perfect placement, precise layering of blooms, movement and color palette in each floral composition, according to a news release from ATELIER.
ATELIER director Sea Grandon says she wanted to curate a romantic and atmospheric show for autumn. “Beauty, art historical references and artistic virtuosity are the trifecta of elements I look for from an artist,” Grandon says.
“Robyn has an incredible eye for color and composition that she is able to translate with intention in both three-dimensional and two-dimensional form. Part of the mission of ATELIER is to not only exhibit superior contemporary art, but also to highlight all that is beautiful and exquisitely executed in the Midwest. Robyn and I both share a love for all things aesthetic and a staunch belief that there is beauty, sophistication, and wonder right here at home in Indiana. I believe visitors to ATELIER this fall will concur.”
Be Still opens today and runs through Oct. 27. ATELIER’s fall hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays and SaturdaysThe exhibition at ATELIER, 104 E. Center St., Warsaw, which includes 18 floral still life photographs inspired by 17th-century Dutch still life painting.
Harder takes inspiration from the still life paintings of the Dutch Golden Age, particularly the works of Jan Davidsz de Heem and Rachel Ruysch. She methodically studies the natural movement of each flower to ensure perfect placement, precise layering of blooms, movement and color palette in each floral composition, according to a news release from ATELIER.
ATELIER director Sea Grandon says she wanted to curate a romantic and atmospheric show for autumn. “Beauty, art historical references and artistic virtuosity are the trifecta of elements I look for from an artist,” Grandon says.
“Robyn has an incredible eye for color and composition that she is able to translate with intention in both three-dimensional and two-dimensional form. Part of the mission of ATELIER is to not only exhibit superior contemporary art, but also to highlight all that is beautiful and exquisitely executed in the Midwest. Robyn and I both share a love for all things aesthetic and a staunch belief that there is beauty, sophistication, and wonder right here at home in Indiana. I believe visitors to ATELIER this fall will concur.”
Be Still opens today and runs through Oct. 27. ATELIER’s fall hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays

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