The Bradley in Fort Wayne, Indiana, is a boutique hotel created in partnership with hotel owner and operator Provenance and Barbara Bradley Baekgaard, co-founder of the iconic women’s fashion label Vera Bradley. With 124 rooms, nine specially designed suites, and distinctive food and beverage experiences, the Bradley is set to serve as a unique home-away-from-home for Hoosiers and visitors to Fort Wayne.
In keeping with Provenance’s mission to celebrate the arts and its creators, the Bradley illuminates the talent of Fort Wayne by featuring locally sourced art to tell the story of the historic city, on display in the guestrooms, lobby, meeting spaces, and restaurants. Each guestroom will include commissioned custom botanical-inspired letterpress prints by local artist Julie Wall of HEDGE Studios. Additionally, the hotel will feature a rotating art gallery in partnership with Purdue University Fort Wayne Department of Art and Design as well as works created by artist Theoplis Smith III, aka Phresh Laundry, known for his pop culture art installations and larger-than-life murals placed around the city.
Photo: Courtesy of Provenance