“Sycamore Frost” was on display until recently in Greek’s Pizzeria at 600 Wabash Ave. in Terre Haute, Indiana.
It received First Place in the 2019 “Shades of Winter” TREES Inc. photography contest and later First Place in an Associate Members Show in the Covered Bridge Art Association gallery in Rockville, Indiana.
Patrons can now view my “Sycamore Freeze” until I switch it out for “Sycamore Snowcap” in late-January.”
“Sycamore Freeze” was awarded an Honorable Mention in the same TREES Inc. contest and later an Honorable Mention in a Midwest Photography Contest in Link Art Gallery at Paris, Illinois.
“Sycamore Snowcap” received Second Place honors in the same Midwest Photography Contest in Link Art Gallery.
Thank you owner Justin Fox! for giving area artists an opportunity to share their artwork with the community!
I borrowed this scene of Indiana autumn from my Clay County neighbors. In this case, the “grass IS greener ” on the other side. I have woods and farmland, they have that and more. They are truly blessed, and I for them allowing me to drink in their view. This one is “busy” but gives you a snapshot of the colorful season we are blessed with each year. The ripple effect disturbed the reflection, but I like it, because it reminds me that in addition to the heavens and the earth, God also created the fishes in the sea. It also is humbling because I realize that no matter how hard I try, I can’t recreate perfection.
In 2017, I retitled the 2014 landscape image “Serenity Pool” for the River City Art Association Juried Exhibition hosted/sponsored by Union Hospital to celebrate its 125th anniversary in Terre Haute.
This April, Fall Ripple Affect went to my neighbors with the Serenity Pool in their backyard.