5 RCAA artists featured in Arts Illiana bicentennial exhibition

Fall Leaves of Indiana by Edith Acton

Fall Leaves of Indiana by Edith Acton

Five River City Art Association artists have work featured July 1 through Sept. 23 in Arts Illiana’s exhibition celebrating the bicentennial of Indiana and Terre Haute.

River's Edge by Ruthann Brady

River’s Edge by Ruthann Brady

Edith Acton, Ruthann Brady, Brendan Kearns and Dian Der Ohanian Phillips of Terre Haute, and Judith Lynn Smith of Waveland are among the 22 Indiana artists featured in “200 Years on the Banks of the Wabash,” a Bicentennial Legacy Project endorsed by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission.

View From Above by Brendan Kearns

View From Above by Brendan Kearns

Guest curator and professional photographer Dale M. Johnson of Cincinnati, Ohio, chose two of Acton’s fused glass wall hangings for the exhibition, “Fall Leaves of Indiana” and “Red, White & Blue.”

Brady’s artwork is a mixed media piece titled “River’s Edge” and Kearns’ drone-captured photo of the Banks of the Wabash Festival in Fairbanks Park is titled “View From Above.”

Phillips’ acrylic on canvas is titled “Winding Wabash” and Smith’s “Wabash River” is an oil on canvas.

Winding Wabash by Dian Der Ohanian Phillips

Winding Wabash by Dian Der Ohanian Phillips

The Arts Illiana Gallery is at 23 N. Sixth Street in Terre Haute. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Wabash River by Judith Lynn Smith

Wabash River by Judith Lynn Smith

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