River City Art Association members Debbie Goodin of Terre Haute and Sheila K. Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana have photographic works featured in the second “Indiana, Naturally” exhibition at the Indianapolis International Airport.
The exhibition of 43 works by 23 artists, sponsored by The Nature Conservancy of Indiana and the Arts Council of Indianapolis, will be on display through March 19.
Goodin has three entries in the exhibit, including “Falls of Spring,” captured at McCormick’s Creek State Park, Indiana’s first state park near Spencer. This landscape entry is displayed in the exhibit case on Concourse B, next to the popcorn store.
Goodin’s wildlife entries feature a hummingbird and juvenile great horned owl. They are displayed in the exhibit case in Ticket Hall North near the elevators.
Ter Meer has two entries in the exhibit.
Her plant life entry, “Dogwood Forest,” highlights the canopy of several Dogwood trees in the woods on her acreage in rural Clay County. Ter Meer’s wildlife entry features a black rat snake that lives in her barn.
Both are displayed in the exhibit case in Ticket Hall North near the elevators.
See all the exhibit photos at http://bit.ly/2icK524
Goodin and Ter Meer had photographic works featured in the first “Indiana, Naturally” exhibition at the airport in 2014.