RCAA members Deborah Anderson, Debbie Goodin and Todd Stokes are among 10 artists to be featured at the Terre Haute Women’s Club annual Shoe Bus Fundraiser, “An Evening of Art and Wine” scheduled 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. April 18 in ISU Hulman Center.
A percentage of each piece of art sold will benefit the club’s “Shoe Bus” project. Patrons will have an opportunity to talk with each artist, and specific pieces of art can be commissioned.
Tickets for “An Evening of Art and Wine” may be purchased from any club member for $45, by visiting the group’s website terrehautewomensclub.com, or by calling 812-232-3412, ext 4.
For more information on the club and the event, see the March 15, 2015, Terre Haute Tribune-Star Valley Viewer Cover Story
Deborah Anderson is well known for her Intarsia artwork. Her wood inlay designs been featured in galleries throughout the state and have won numerous best of show, first place and people’s choice awards in local, regional and statewide competitions. The recently retired Vigo County teacher also designs doors, murals, portraits and abstract pieces.
Debbie Goodin is a professional photographer whose interests lie in nature and architectural photography in our natural world. As a native of Terre Haute, Goodin has enjoyed spending time outdoors capturing Mother Nature’s amazing beauty in a photograph. She has worked on local and out-of-state projects for commercial clients. Recently, she made her long time dream a reality by opening her own business, Sarenity Photo.
Todd Stokes enjoys creating two- and three-dimensional etched glass art incorporating basic geometric shapes as key elements of his design. Stokes grew up in Terre Haute and received a BA degree in fine arts from Indiana State University. He also finds an expressive outlet in photography. He continues to explore three-dimensional works, combining hand-cut glass with unique etched design work.