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I love my God, my country, my family, my job, time with friends, sitcoms and photography. I like crowds, walking in falling snow or summer rain, chocolate, wine tastings, weekend campfires, and travel by plane, train, tour bus and automobile.

Design by Sheila Ter Meer named finalist in 41/40 Arts and Cultural District’s Creative Crosswalks Juried Exhibition


Sheila Ter Meer-Creative Crosswalks Project

Arts Illiana Inc. and the 41/40 Arts & Cultural District in Terre Haute on June 7 announced the overall winner, four finalists, and a runner-up in the Creative Crosswalks Juried Competition. Two of the four finalists are  Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana and Todd Stokes of Terre Haute.

Sheila’s design proposal features a bluesy guitar theme with a classic minor blues scale lick (phrase). […]

via Designs by RCAA artists named finalists in 41/40 Arts and Cultural District’s Creative Crosswalks Juried Exhibition — River City Art Association

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Abstractions in solo show at Country Club of Terre Haute have forever homes


2018 CBAA Associate Members Show-a rose Blossoming Madly

I am honored to announce that two of my photography-based digital art abstractions featured in my solo show in the Country Club of Terre Haute have forever homes.

In April, a rose “Blossoming Madly” caught the eye of a young mother dining with family at the Country Club in the Allendale area of Terre Haute.

Abstract of wildflowers in May

And on Mother’s Day, I was surprised by daughters of a Terre Haute woman wanting to honor their mother with her favorite among all the artwork, “(Lavender Blue) Dilly Dilly.” (By coincidence, I must note that the original for this abstraction was an image I made of wildflowers in May a few years ago.)

Both images  and their titles spoke to these daughters’ and mothers’ hearts in a special way and that makes my heart sing!

You see, both of these images and titles are unique to me and hold special meaning for me. Growing up, my mother’s nickname was “Rosebud” and in later year’s “Rose.” I also grew up with a love for one of my Dad’s favorite folk singers, Burl Ives, and the original version of “Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly).”

Several other abstractions are featured through mid-June in Arts Illiana’s Community Outreach Gallery space in the Country Club of Terre Haute.

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