River City at “The Landing” Art and wine event

River City Art Association, Inc. is teaming up with The Landing to bring you Art and Wine every Tuesday evening at 6 pm beginning with an opening reception on May 31st at 6 pm. Join us to meet the artists and sample some wine. The Landing is located at 3350 N 4th St. west of 41 just off of Ft Harrison.

RCAA’s 3rd annual Spring Judged exhibition was held on April 1st at the Raven Gallery on Ohio Street in Terre Haute. Awards were as follows: Best of Show, Debbie Anderson for her Intarsia creation “In the Beginning”. In the Mixed Media/ 3D category first place went to  Ruthann Brady’s “Luna”.   Todd Stokes was awarded 2nd place for a glass sculpture, “Verticle Shortwave”. Third place went to Edith Acton for a fused glass piece “Flight” and Sharon Seprodie received Honorable Mention. In the Oil/ Acrylic category 1st place was awarded to Kathleen Kirkpatrick for “Elly”, a beautiful portrait of Jon and Becky Robeson’s daughter.  Alan Griffith went home with second place for his surreal piece “The Ravages of Time”. Close behind Griffith was daughter Ashley in third place with “Roddy Piper”. Monty Jones received Honorable Mention for “The Raven”. Category Drawings and watercolor were: First and second place awards went to Don Turner for pastel chalk portraits titled “Lady Day” and “Edgar Allan Poe” respectively. Jim Tabor was awarded third for a watercolor titled “Sheep” and Jai Dean received Honorable Mention for her watercolor “She-She Femme”. First place for photography was Jerry Kearns, “Chicago Avenue-Chicago”. Spencer young received second for “Raven Pecking Bear’s Head”. Third place went to Todd Stokes’ “spring Tapestry” and Honorable mention was awarded to Rob Robbins for “Lilly”. The first annual Marty Martinez Contribution Award (in special memory of Marty) went to Monty Jones. The exhibition was judged by Christy Brinkman.

River City Art Association, Inc. is a non-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting, supporting and enhancing an appreciation of the Visual Arts in the Wabash Valley. Membership is open to artist and non-artist who would like to support this effort. Anyone interested in membership may call President of the organization, Don Turner at (812) 232 3686 or Vice President, Ruthann Brady at (812) 235 5759. Other officers of the organization are Secretary, Sharon Seprodi and treasurer, Debi Martinez. This information will be available soon on our updated web site http://rcaa.info.


About RiverCityArt

A non-profit organization based in Terre Haute, Indiana, that promotes, supports and enhances an appreciation of the visual arts in the Wabash Valley through art exhibits, demonstrations, seminars, workshops, and any and all other appropriate means. Membership open to artists age 18 and older.
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