Monthly Archives: March 2012

Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks Checks In

From Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks, March 29, 2012: “Carmel should keep the elevator as a piece of sculpture and interpret it as such.” Advertisements

Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks Checks In

From Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks, March 29, 2012: “Carmel should keep the elevator as a piece of sculpture and interpret it as such.”

The Final Chapter – The Carmel Grain Elevator

The week of the March the 24th was quite a week. At Monday’s City Council Meeting I made a presentation to the City Council and the Mayor.  At the end of the presentation I was able to make public an

The Final Chapter – The Carmel Grain Elevator

The week of the March the 24th was quite a week. At Monday’s City Council Meeting I made a presentation to the City Council and the Mayor.  At the end of the presentation I was able to make public an

The Historic Carmel Grain Elevator – An Essay

The Carmel Grain Elevator (Progress, Ingenuity, Innovation, Economic Development, Architecture and the Arts) Ron Kern March 12, 2012 Carmel’s grain elevator – so what’s the big deal?  It is just an eyesore that needs to go away so we can

The Historic Carmel Grain Elevator – An Essay

The Carmel Grain Elevator (Progress, Ingenuity, Innovation, Economic Development, Architecture and the Arts) Ron Kern March 12, 2012 Carmel’s grain elevator – so what’s the big deal?  It is just an eyesore that needs to go away so we can

Trailer for Herb and Dorothy 50×50 Documentary

Satch and I are incredibly happy to be supporting Megumi Sasaki’s great new documentary about what is arguably the greatest gift in history of contemporary art to the world. And it is a real kick for me to be in

Trailer for Herb and Dorothy 50×50 Documentary

Satch and I are incredibly happy to be supporting Megumi Sasaki’s great new documentary about what is arguably the greatest gift in history of contemporary art to the world. And it is a real kick for me to be in

New Work

A couple of new photographs.  One was made at a creek that empties into Lake Michigan and the other is a portrait of Satch. Lake Michigan and Creek Sand Satch

New Work

A couple of new photographs.  One was made at a creek that empties into Lake Michigan and the other is a portrait of Satch. Lake Michigan and Creek Sand Satch