River City Art Association members Judith Lynn Smith of Waveland, Deborah Anderson of Carbon, and Monty “Indiana” Jones of Terre Haute will be among the award-winning artists whose work will be presented at the 33rd Annual Indiana Wildlife Artists’ Exhibition Aug. 27 through Sept. 29 in Indianapolis.
A reception and awards ceremony will be 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, in the exhibition host venue Second Presbyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian St.
The exhibit will include two- and three-dimensional artwork in a variety of media and styles depicting a wide range of wildlife, both flora and fauna.
The exhibit is judged by expert representatives of the Fine Arts and Wildlife Naturalist profession.
Smith’s medium is oil paintings and includes an “American Crow.”
Jones’ acrylic on Masonite features a buck in “The Predawn Snowfall.”
Anderson’s is inlaid wood with acrylic. Her piece is titled “Song Birds.”
This annual exhibit draws from amateur as well as professional wildlife artists, photographers and sculptors in Indiana, as well as attracting artists from across the country.
It is an excellent concentration of artistic talent dedicated to the preservation, understanding and promotion of wildlife and wildlife fine art.
For more information call 317-255-6461.