Three Firey Women Open Flame Art Studios and Teaching Facility in Indianapolis

Celebrate the grand opening of Flame Art Studios, brainchild of three women who work with fire: Nancy Lee, Bonnie Ramirez and Jari Sheese. View their torch-created art, watch demos and participate in creating a meaningful community art sculpture.
By: Nancy Lee, Flame Art Studios
Jan. 10, 2010 - PRLog -- Join Nancy Lee, Jari Sheese and Bonnie Ramirez as they warmly invite the community to celebrate the grand opening of Flame Art Studios, located at 1125 Brookside Avenue, Suite C15, Indianapolis, Indiana, during IDADA's Gallery Tour from 6-9pm on February 5th, 2010.

The Near Eastside studio represents a collaboration of three "fiery" women bonded by a mutual addiction to fire. Each woman is an independent artist mastering different mediums, and each woman offers classes, workshops and private instruction in their chosen craft. The group boasts diverse talents, including metalsmithing, jewelry fabrication, sculpture, Precious Metal Clay, beading, lampworking, enameling and welding.

During the grand opening, see fine examples of the award-winning art displayed in the gallery section of the studio. Visit the open classroom area and see the state-of-the-art ten-station lampworking setup, and view the artists private workshops where their artistic creations are born with the kiss of creative the flame.

Leave your creative mark by wrapping a length of wire or adding a bit of metal to the framework of a community-created sculpture, to be on permanent display in the gallery area.

Sign up for ongoing classes, workshops, or some private, one-on-one time with one of the talented instructors. Flame Art Studios. Flame Art Studios offers private and group instruction in our various "hot" mediums, including welding for women (and some men), metalsmithing and jewelry fabrication from metals, lampwork bead making, wireworking, etching, and other related classes and workshops.

Flame Art Studios is a private, independent studio that works in cooperative ventures with other artists and studios, and strongly promotes new and established local artists.

Flame Art Studios has recently moved to the Mass Ave. warehouse district, in the huge Circle City Industrial Complex. The 500,000 square foot complex is the bat-cave entrance and creative lair to many other artists who show their own work and the works of others in a variety of gallery settings. They include wUG LAKU's STUDIO & gARAGE owned by Wug Laku, Lilly Endowment Creative Renewal Fellow (; Michael Lyons, 2008 Efroymson Contemporary Arts Fellow, Martha Nahrwold of Five Seasons Studio, showing the work of Randall Scott Harden in February (, Cadaverous Muse featuring Dru Cadaver and Jerod Kienitz, and Matthew Davey Studio, Lilly Endowment Creative Renewal Fellow (

Come see what's happening in the jovially painted building, fairly hopping with art lover and the curious during IDADA'S First Friday Gallery Tours ( held, appropriately, on the first Friday of each month from 6-9 PM. Galleries typically serve light refreshments. Ample free parking in fenced lot directly across the street from the entrance to the building.

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Flame Art Studios is a collaboration of three "fiery" women, Nancy Lee (, Jari Sheese (
and Bonnie Ramirez (, bonded by a mutual addiction to fire: independent artists, working in diverse mediums, all crafted by the torch. Metal, glass and fine silver have all tasted the kiss of the creative flame. Flame Art Studios is a private, independent studio that works in cooperative ventures with other artists and studios, and strongly promotes new & established local artists.
Source:Nancy Lee, Flame Art Studios
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