Alison Beam-Hindman

Alison Beam-Hindman has been a member of the Muncie Artists Guild since 2015.


Originally from Northwest Indiana, Beam-Hindman took two advertising art courses as electives at Purdue University North Central in 1977 but didn’t start painting seriously until retirement from Ivy Tech Community College East-Central in 2008.


Her lifelong interest in space science inspires much of her work, and she has been influenced by space artists such as Chesley Bonestell and Alan Bean. Beam-Hindman, who strives to be an Astro-artist, has been a member of the Muncie Astronomy Club since 2000 and is active in the Club’s community outreach on science education.


Regarding her work, she says, “I Paint the Stars.”  .

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New Horizons Mission to Pluto 20”x24” acrylics on canvas gifted to Dr. Ronald Kaitchuck in appreciation for his work with the Muncie, Indiana Astronomy Club.

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Keep Looking Up”.


Alison with her painting of one of several electrical boxes around town. She is with her service dog, Shiloh, at the corner of Macedonia and 26th Street in Muncie. 

2021 MAG Annual Show Award Recipient

Gee Thanks! Photography

3rd Place Photo Pending