Seven River City Art Association members won awards in the Wabash Valley Art Guild 38th Annual Spring Art Exhibition April 30-May 2 in Clabber Girl Museum Art Gallery in Terre Haute.
The winning entries will remain on display in the Clabber Girl Museum and Art Gallery throughout May.
This year’s juror was Cynthia Phillips Salba, assistant professor of art and design at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
RCAA founding member Monty Jones took Second Place in the Painting category for his entry “Hawthorn Park Trail.”
JoAnne Perigo Fiscus received a First Place in the Drawing category for her entry titled “Nimble Fingers” as well as an Honorable Mention in the Painting Category for her entry “A Corner of the Garden.”
In the 3-D Category, Deborah Anderson took First Place for her entry “Together Through Turmoil.”
Founding member Ruthann Brady was awarded First Place in the Mixed Media category for her entry “Forest Fusion” and Edith Acton received an Honorable Mention in Mixed Media for her entry “Lovely.”
In the Photography category, Sheila Ter Meer took Second Place for her entry “The Spark” and Marvetta Bee received an Honorable Mention for her entry “Vision Reflected.”
Sheila Ter Meer’s Photography entry “The Scare” received an Honorable Mention and the Roger King Memorial Award.
The Artist’s Choice Award went to Ruthann Brady for her Mixed Media entry “Goddess Within.”
RCAA members Richard Acton, Debbie Goodin, Judith Lynn Smith, Todd Stokes and Jimmie Tabor were among the participating artists.
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