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Angry Peacock and The Woods Enchanted place again! Plus a special honor!


First, Second Place in Photography/Digital Art at RCAA 8th Annual Juried Exhibition
First, Second Place in Photography/Digital Art at RCAA 8th Annual Juried Exhibition

 

 

 

Again I am honored to have my contribution to the visual arts recognized and validated by professional jurors in Indiana and Illinois.

My digital artwork Angry Peacock received First Place and The Woods Enchanted received Second Place in the River City Art Association 8th Annual Juried Exhibition in Terre Haute, Indiana.

The exhibition can be viewed through Aug. 26 in the First Financial Bank in downtown Terre Haute.

A really humbling personal honor came at the end of the awards ceremony when RCAA founding member Monty “Indiana” Jones and other members of the Terre Haute-based artists group voted me recipient of the Marty Martinez Contributory Award.

This special award is given for an RCAA member’s dedicated service throughout the year, in memory of the late founding member and owner of the Raven Art Gallery in Terre Haute.

RCAA members enter Vigo library’s Wabash Valley Community Read Artist Exhibition


The Woods Enchanted by Sheila K. Ter Meer
The Woods Enchanted by Sheila K. Ter Meer

My photography entry incorporates fantasy and a bridge over Le Fer Lake at Saint Mary-of-the Woods College, thus titled “The Woods Enchanted.”

In “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Shakespeare wrote of a forest enchanted specifically by the presence of Oberon and Titania, the fairy king and queen. Like many forests in Shakespeare’s works, it becomes a place of metamorphosis and resolution. People come out of the forest changed for the better.

River City Art Association

River City Art Association members Todd Stokes, Deanna Swearingen, Sheila K. Ter Meer and Don Turner have artwork on display throughout March as part of the Wabash Valley Community Read Artist Exhibition in the Vigo County Public Library in Terre Haute, Indiana.

The 2016 Community Read book selection is “Shakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard,” by Indiana State University professor Dr. Laura Bates.

The exhibition is a reflection of Bates’ work as she teaches Shakespeare to maximum-security prisoners.

In her book, Bates explains that by engaging with prisoners and incorporating Shakespeare she is “introducing critical thinking to people who have never had that opportunity.”

In keeping with that theme for the exhibition, the library asks “In what other interesting ways can we connect with Shakespeare?”

Artists of all mediums are encouraged to create entries inspired by the theme “An Unconventional Shakespeare,” and based on any…

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