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Winners in RCAA 7th Annual Juried Exhibition at First Financial Bank


Two of my 3 entries won awards in this exhibition: First Place in 3-D/Mixed Media; and People’s Choice and Third Place in Photography.

First Place, 3D/Mixed Media: Sheila K. Ter Meer
First Place, 3D/Mixed Media: Sheila K. Ter Meer
People's Choice: Sheila K. Ter Meer, also Third Place in Photography
People’s Choice: Sheila K. Ter Meer, also Third Place in Photography

River City Art Association

First Place, Painting: Julia London-Meddles First Place, Painting: Julia London-Meddles

More than 50 entries by 19 Wabash Valley artists are featured in the River City Art Association 7th Annual Juried Exhibition on display through Aug. 19 in First Financial Bank at Sixth Street and Wabash Avenue.

First Financial and vice president of marketing Terry Tevlin hosted the opening reception and awards ceremony for RCAA’s annual competition on Aug. 7 during Downtown Terre Haute First Friday activities.

First Place, Drawing: Mike Bender First Place, Drawing: Mike Bender

A lot of great work in every medium” made the judging difficult, said Christy Brinkman-Robertson, assistant art curator at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Summer Youth Art Program director at Swope Art Gallery, in her judge’s comments.

The winners, she added, “displayed great craftsmanship” and “either had a great study of a subject or had artworks that told a story.”

First place medallions were awarded to RCAA president Mike Bender of Terre Haute for…

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Photos by RCAA members Goodin, Ter Meer in Indy exhibit


River City Art Association

Photos by River City members Debbie Goodin and Sheila K. Ter Meer are on display through Aug. 7 in an exhibit titled “Indiana, Naturally” at the Indianapolis International Airport.

Goodin’s “Majestic Path Aglow” and “Devil’s Backbone” and Ter Meer’s “Peach Bandits” are among the 50 photographs chosen from 530 entries in the 2014 Indiana Nature Photography competition, sponsored by the Airport and The Nature Conservancy/Indiana.

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