The art of Carole Wantz/T The New York Times - Rima Suqi
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27 May The art of Carole Wantz/T The New York Times

Last summer I finally made it to Columbus, IN, a bucket-list destination for architecture buffs. It was part of an architecture and design-focused road trip through Indiana that included stops in Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and my personal favorite, New Harmony. One of my biggest discoveries was a painting hanging on the wall of Richard McCoy’s office at Landmark Columbus – it was a “portrait” by Carole Wantz. Richard was in the process of tracking down more of the artists works for an exhibition he curated that recently opened at the Indiana State Museum. I’m just so psyched I got to write about it for a major outlet. Read the whole story here.