Eight River City Art Association members received honors in the Wabash Valley Art Guild’s 39th Annual Spring Art Show May 6 and 7 in the Clabber Girl Museum & Art Gallery in Terre Haute.
Founding member Ruthann Brady of Terre Haute received a First Place for “Krytos Mountain” and a Second Place for “Fantasy Poppies” in the Mixed Media category.
An Honorable Mention in the Mixed Media category went to Deborah Anderson of Carbon for her Beatles themed intarsia art titled “When I’m 64.”
Founding member Monty “Indiana” Jones of Terre Haute received a Third Place for his acrylic entry, “The Pumpkinseed,” in the Painting category.
An Honorable Mention in Painting went to Steve Harrold for his Native American themed entry, “Strong Medicine.”
Vice President Todd Stokes of Terre Haute received First Place in Photography for his photo on canvas entry, “Caterpillars.”
Second Place in Photography went to Debbie Goodin of Terre Haute for her entry, “Heartland Sunrise.” Goodin also received an Honorable Mention for her photo on metal entry “Falls of Spring.”
Third Place in Photography went to RCAA secretary Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil for her acrylic entry “Angry Peacock.”
Third Place in 3-Dimentional category went to RCAA treasurer Edith Acton of Terre Haute for her fused glass entry, “Mixture of Colors.”
Winning artwork will remain on display through May in the Art Gallery.
All winners announced in May 19, 2016, Terre Haute Tribune-Star.
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My entry, Angry Peacock, received a Third Place in the Photography category in this art show.