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RCAA artists receive honors at Wabash Valley Art Guild’s 37th Annual Spring Show


Honorable Mention  by Sheila K. Ter Meer

My entry in the Photography category at this exhibition, “I Spy With My Little Eye,” received Honorable Mention.

River City Art Association

Best in Show: Cliff by Steve Harrold

Nine River City Art Assocition members received honors at the Wabash Valley Art Guild’s Annual Spring Show reception May 5 in the Clabber Girl Museum at Terre Haute.

Their artwork will remain on display throughout May in The Art Gallery at Clabber Girl.

Best of Show went to Steve Harrold of Terre Haute for his painting, “Cliff.”

Also in this category, Michael Elmore received Second Place for his entry, “Untitled,” and RCAA founding member Monty “Indiana” Jones was awarded an Honorable Mention for his “Outfoxing the Hound.”

In the 3D category, Bruce Fiscus received an Honorable Mention for his metal sculpture, “Wise Bird,” and RCAA vice president Todd Stokes was awarded an Honorable Mention for his glass etching.

In the Photography/Digital Art category, Debbie Goodin of Terre Haute received First Place for her entry, “Reflections.” And Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil was…

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RCAA members juried into Arts Illiana Gallery 2nd annual exhibition


Angry Peacock  (top, left) in 2nd Annual Juried Exhibition in Arts Illiana Gallery
Angry Peacock (top, left) in 2nd Annual Juried Exhibition in Arts Illiana Gallery

My digital art pieces “Angry Peacock” and “Apache” are featured in this juried exhibition.

Apache (top) by Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana
Apache (top) by Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana

River City Art Association

Sunset (top, center) by Edith Acton of Terre Haute Sunset (top, center) by Edith Acton of Terre Haute

River City Art Association members Edith Acton of Terre Haute and Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil have artwork featured in the Second Annual Juried Exhibition at the Arts Illiana Gallery in Terre Haute.

Juror and artist Frank Gee of Nashville, Tenn., chose 57 works of art by 32 artists from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky, including Acton’s fused glass wall hanging titled “Sunset” and Ter Meer’s abstract digital art pieces titled “Angry Peacock” and “Apache.”

Acton’s “Sunset” received the Artists’ Choice Award at RCAA’s annual juried exhibition in August.

Ter Meer’s “Angry Peacock” has received three awards in 2016 competitions in Terre Haute.

The Arts Illiana exhibition opened Oct. 7 with a reception with Gee, whose artwork also is featured in the gallery through Nov. 23.

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