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‘Jazz’ and ‘Dr. Scully’ honored at Union Hospital 125th anniversary art exhibition

Jazz by Sheila K. Ter Meer

I am pleased yet humbled to announce that two of  my art pieces received honors in this juried exhibition of so many talented Wabash Valley artists! My “Jazz” is a digital art abstraction, and “Dr. Scully,” a personal tribute to Dr. William Scully, my beloved Terre Haute pediatrician and former Chief of Medical and Dental Staff at Union Hospital, Terre Haute.

Eight River City Art Association members have award-winning works in the “Celebration of Care” juried art exhibition Nov. 12-21 at Union Hospital in Terre Haute. Union Health, in collaboration with RCAA, is hosting the exhibition as part of Union Hospital’s 125th anniversary celebration. Awards were presented Nov. 14 by juror Kathy Gotshall, assistant professor of […]

Dr. Scully by Sheila K. Ter Meer

via RCAA members honored at Union Hospital 125th anniversary art exhibition — River City Art Association

Angry Peacock chosen for another exhibition

Angry Peacock by Sheila K. Ter Meer

I am so honored and thrilled to announce I was notified Oct. 2 by Indiana University East campus art director Ed Thornburg that my abstract digital art entry, “Angry Peacock,” was chosen for the 39th Annual Whitewater Valley Art Exhibition at IU East in Richmond.

The competition, juried September 29, included 184 art pieces by 70 artists from Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky or Michigan.

Angry Peacock, far left, by Sheila K. Ter Meer

Of the number of submissions, 58 works by 43 artists were selected by a three-judge panel for the exhibition in the Tom Thomas Gallery and Meijer Artway in Whitewater Hall.

The panel chose my photography-based abstraction based on the photographic image only. For the exhibition,  a lustre image is face-mounted to acrylic and presented in a black float frame with silver inner border highlighting the image.

The exhibit opened with an artist/donor reception on the evening of October 20 in Whitewater Hall. The artists were invited to that event, and one First Place, three Second Place, and four Third Place awards, and five Honorable Mention awards were announced.

The exhibition can be viewed through Dec. 8.