Gallery Forty-Two is pleased to present “A Century of Speed” set to open Friday, May 6th with a public reception from 6-9 p.m. Join us for drinks, hors d’oeuvres, music and an opportunity to meet select artists. The exhibit (5/6 – 6/18) will showcase racing-themed artworks by local, national and international artists in celebration of the historic 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Rene Crigler, Indianapolis (acrylic painting on carbon fiber)
Gary Dausch, Indianapolis (acrylic painting on canvas)
Phillip Dutton-White, Spain (watercolor painting on paper)
James Fiorentino, New Jersey (watercolor painting on paper)
Doug Garrison, Florida (digital painting on canvas)
Mark Gray, California (oil painting on canvas)
Boban Ilic, Serbia (stainless steel sculpture)
David Lord, Indianapolis (acrylic/gouache on board/canvas)
Pat Mack, Indianapolis (metal rod sculpture)
Kevin James Wilson, Indianapolis (acrylic painting on canvas)
Phillip Dutton-White, Spain
Phillip is an artist and designer with over 40 years experience within his chosen profession. His work has taken him over 6 million miles, to all five continents and to virtually every major city in the world.
Born in Birmingham, England and educated in Great Britain and Europe he has undertaken design and art projects for both the private and corporate sector worldwide. Including some of the top Fortune 500 companies and some of the world’s wealthiest people.
His art is all about “excellence” and capturing the skills, talent, mastery, passion and the very soul of his subjects on canvass or paper. People and machines, throughout history, that have achieved and pushed the boundaries, in their chosen professions. Be it Racing Drivers and their machines, Michelin star chefs or Sportsmen whom have become “icons and legends” in their lifetime and gone on to inspire others to do the same.
Now living in Marbella, Andalusia Spain, he is still travelling to Asia, the Middle East and America where he is working on various luxury projects, lecturing and exhibiting his art.
Milestone 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500
Memorial Day weekend 2016 marks a historic occasion for the city of Indianapolis. In 1911, the inaugural running of the Indianapolis 500 began a racing tradition that has spanned more than 100 years. While 2011 marked the 100th anniversary of the race, due to two separate hiatuses for World Wars I & II, the 100th running of the Indy 500 will take place on Sunday, May 29th, 2016.
About Gallery Forty-Two
Past and present meet to create an immersive and captivating experience in this stunning art gallery located in downtown Indianapolis’ oldest-surviving commercial building. Offering more than three thousand square-feet of gallery and event space, our new renovation honors both the legacy of this historical property and the fine art traditions of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.