RCAA artists winners at WVAG Spring Art Show

Seven RCAA members have won awards for their artwork in the Wabash Valley Art Guild’s 37th annual Spring Art Show 2014 showcased May 1-3 in the Clabber Girl Museum and Art Gallery in Terre Haute.

Edith Acton, Debbie Anderson, Ruthann Brady, founding member Kit Fisher, Debbie Goodin, Julia London-Meddles and Todd Stokes were announced among winners during an awards ceremony May 2.

The big winner of the night was Brady who took Best of Show for her mixed media entry, East Portal; second place for her mixed media piece, Diversity; and Honorable Mention for her mixed media work, Dog and Pony Show.

Also noteworthy: RCAA members took four of the five honors awarded in the Mixed Media category!! In addition to Brady’s three, Pleasure Through the Pane I by Debbie Anderson took first place honors. Edith Acton’s fused glass entry, Simply Squares, took third place.

Todd Stokes was honored with two awards: second place for his photo, Front and Center; and second place for his 3D piece, Freedom.

RCAA founding member Kit Fisher’s painting, Mixed Bell Peppers, was awarded second place honors.

Debbie Goodin’s piece, Sculpted by Nature, received an Honorable Mention in the Photography competition.

Julia London-Meddles was awarded an Honorable Mention for her drawing, Criss Cross.


Note: Regrettably, there is no photo available of Debbie Anderson’s winning piece at this time. We hope to remedy that as soon as possible.

Other RCAA members who exhibited include Monty Jones and Judith Lynn Smith.

The award-winning pieces will remain on exhibit throughout May in the Clabber Girl gallery.



About Sheila T Illustrated

I love my God, my country, my family, my job, time with friends, sitcoms and photography. I like crowds, walking in falling snow or summer rain, chocolate, wine tastings, weekend campfires, and travel by plane, train, tour bus and automobile.
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