My photograph “Sycamore Frost” and “Party Girl” (photography-based digital abstraction) are among works promoted by River City Art Association for purchase October through December in Studio Twenty9, a high end art gallery and gift shop at 671 Wabash Ave. in downtown Terre Haute, Indiana.
CBAA Associate Members Show-Sycamore Frost
Sheila Ter Meer with Sycamore Freeze
Sheila Ter Meer with Snowcap
First Place: “Party Girl” by Sheila K. Ter Meer (photo courtesy of Patrick Robbins)
In addition, I have “Sycamore Freeze” and “Snowcap” on consignment in this gallery.
My RCAA co-artists at Studio Twenty9 include Edith and Richard Acton (fused glass and clay), Dian Der Ohanian Philips (paintings), Ruthann Brady (mixed media), Valerie Funk (quilt artistry), Monty “Indiana” Jones (paintings, drawings), Elise Spaid-Roberts (paintings), Todd Stokes (glass etchings), and Thomas Wright (photography).
Search for Studio 29 on Facebook for more about Jessica Fields and her art gallery and gift shop promoting local artists by displaying their artwork for sale!
For more info, read this Terre Haute Tribune-Star news feature.
Artist and art instructor Joan Kisner of Danville, Indiana, selected my “Sycamore Frost” for First Place honors in the Photography category at the Covered Bridge Art Association Associate Members’ Show on display through July 28 in the CBAA Gallery at Rockville, Indiana.
Earlier this year, this piece was awarded First Place in the TREES Inc. “Shades of Winter” Photography Competition in the Vigo County Public Library at Terre Haute, Indiana.
Kisner also awarded an Honorable Mention to “Chihuly Glass Ceiling” in the CBAA show. In May, this piece received First Place in the Photography category at Wabash Valley Art Guild’s 39th Annual Spring Art Show in Clabber Girl Museum in Terre Haute.
All artwork in the Associate Members’ Show in the CBAA Gallery can be viewed until the closing reception on July 28.