NewsArts & Culture / May 19, 2020

Artist, Gallery Owner Justin Vining Using Metrics To Position New Gallery For Success

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Indianapolis plein air painter Justin Vining spent the past year renovating a 10th Street building with his brother for a new gallery, with 100 new paintings for the grand opening. - Courtesy Justin Vining

Indianapolis plein air painter Justin Vining spent the past year renovating a 10th Street building with his brother for a new gallery, with 100 new paintings for the grand opening.

Courtesy Justin Vining

Indianapolis plein air painter Justin Vining spent the past year renovating a 10th Street building with his brother for a new gallery, with 100 new paintings for the grand opening.

After the state closed all venues, Vining focused on creating a comprehensive art market assessment, with data and sales metrics he’s collected from more than 2,000 works and 100 artists. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke by phone with Vining, who says he plans to use those numbers to position his gallery for success when he opens the doors this fall.

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