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Todd Stokes wins First Place at Annual Midwest Photography Show; Sheila Ter Meer, Honorable Mention


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“Peach Bandits,” Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention: Peach Bandits
Honorable Mention: Peach Bandits

 

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Autumn Haze by Todd Stokes Autumn Haze from the Fall Out of Focus Series by Todd Stokes of Terre Haute, Indiana

River City Art Association vice president Todd Stokes received a First Place and an Honorable Mention for his entries in the 2015 Annual Midwest Photography Show in the Bicentennial Art Center at Paris, Ill.

Caterpillars by Todd Stokes Caterpillars by Todd Stokes of Terre Haute, Indiana

Judge Jeff Boshart, photographer and retired professor at Eastern Illinois University at Charleston, Ill., awarded Stokes top honor in the Adult, Color Division for his photo on canvas, “Autumn Haze.” The Terre Haute artist’s color photo on canvas titled “Caterpillars” received an Honorable Mention ribbon.

Peach Bandits by Sheila K. Ter Meer Peach Bandits by Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana

RCAA secretary Sheila Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana also received an Honorable Mention ribbon for her color photo, “Peach Bandits.”

The opening reception begins at 5 p.m. CDT Friday, July 24.

Boshart will give a talk about the…

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Deborah Anderson wins Best of Show, other RCAA members place at CBAA Associate Member show


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My photo on giclée canvas titled “I Spy With My Little Eye” took First Place honors in this show. I am blessed and sincerely thank the Covered Bridge Art Association for the opportunity to achieve another great honor.

First Place in Photography: I Spy With My Little Eye by Sheila K. Ter Meer.
First Place in Photography: I Spy With My Little Eye by Sheila K. Ter Meer.

Originally posted on River City Art Association:

Best Of Show: Together Through Turmoil, wood inlay by Deborah Anderson Best Of Show: Together Through Turmoil, wood inlay by Deborah Anderson

Four River City Art Association members have award-winning artwork in the Covered Bridge Art Association Associate Members Show on display this month in The Art Gallery in Rockville, Indiana.

Best of Show went to Deborah Anderson for her wood inlay piece “Together Through Turmoil.” In addition to this Blue Ribbon winner, Anderson’s second wood inlay entry, “All That Jazz,” received an Honorable Mention in the annual show.

King of the Oak, First Place in Painting by Monty Jones King of the Oak, painting by Monty Jones

Anderson’s work has received numerous awards at competitions throughout the state including last year’s Associate Members show.

RCAA founding member Monty “Indiana” Jones received Blue Ribbon honors for his painting titled “King of the Oak.” Jones also received a Second Place for his painting, “Hawthorn Park Trail.” Jones also was a winner at last year’s show.

Sheila K. Ter Meer’s photo on giclée canvas titled “I Spy With My Little…

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