Welcome to The Birdie Gallery
Exhibits and Gift Shop
"The Birdie Gallery" was named after Roberta 'Birdie' Bloomhorst. A trust fund was founded by Ken Bloomhorst in memory of his wife, Roberta "Birdie" Bloomhorst. All monies from "The Birdie Fund" will be used to further the fine arts, for the upkeep of our new art center, our annual scholarships, and for art instructions for children and adults.
The Hamilton County Artists' Association is a 501-C-3 not-for-profit organization.If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation in her memory, please make your check payable to: The Hamilton County Artists' Association Donations may be mailed to: HCAA Treasurer, 195 S. 5th St., Noblesville, IN 46060 or you may donate via a credit card here.
HCAA 2014 Show Schedule
Wood turning, painting, and even stained glass available at the Birdie Gallery during our
"It's Time for Color" exhibit running through May, 2014
"Like Father, Like Daughter, the Art of June
Brehm Tabor" at the Birdie Gallery
-Exhibit Now Closed-
June Brehm Tabor, daughter of nationally famous Noblesville illustrator George Brehm, is committed to remembering her father's legacy. For that reason, she has graciously donated examples of his work to institutions in Noblesville. In the summer of 2012, HCAA had the opportunity to host an exhibition of a portion of this work featuring art created by June Brehm Tabor, a talented artist in her own right.
After growing up in New York and Martha's Vineyard, she had an extensive acting career including working with Helen Hayes on Broadway in 1940 - 1941. She was also a model for some of her father's illustrations and learned painting from him. She continues to paint today and has now donated some of her own work to the Hamilton County Historical Society. These oils and watercolors include pieces such as a self-portrait that she painted in the 1930's and still lifes that she has created in the past few years.