Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

JUL-AUG 2017

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1 2 Photography by Amy Rose 1) George Rapp, Boomer, Peggy Rapp 2) Heather and Dan Towriss, Bobby Cox 3) CW and Rebecca Mundy, Jeff Patchen 4) Allan Meahan, Pamela Glidden-Zapata 5) Barbara and Roger Schmenner, Jim Morris, Edward Bonach 6) Jamie Merisotis, Dan Yates, Gerald and Dorit Paul. Boomer 7) Tamika Catchings, Boomer, Edward Bonach, Eddie White 8) Jason Gardner, Chris Gahl, Mark Bradford, Rod Perry, Greg Ballard 9) Sonja and Ezra Burdix, Jack and Susie Sogard 10) Lolly Glase, John Short 11) Curt Simic, Kathleen McNeely, Joe Hogsett, Terry and Phyllis Clapacs 12) Julie Carmichael, Rick Fuson 6 7 5 6 NATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF SPORT FINDS PER MANENT HOME On May 3, Jim and Jackie Morris announced that the Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience at e Children's Museum of Indianapolis will become the new permanent home of the National Art Museum of Sport. About 100 people enjoyed viewing works from the collection during the announcement. Gifted to e Children's Museum, the NAMOS collection includes more than 900 sport-related works by world-renowned artists such as Winslow Homer, George Bellows and LeRoy Neiman. e new museum will feature works from its permanent collection and maintain a temporary exhibit space within the Efroymson Pavilion in the Riley Children's Health Sports Legends Experience when it opens in March 2018. Visitors also will have the opportunity to draw, paint and sculpt their own creations inspired by works from the NAMOS collection. 12 10 9 8 4 3 11 124

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