River City Art Association’s David Gill received Best of Show honors May 4 at the Wabash Valley Art Guild Annual Spring Art Show reception in Clabber Girl Bake Shop and Museum in Terre Haute. David’s “Comfortable Past” entry in the Painting category features his grandfather.
Juror Jason Krueger, curator for Indiana State University’s permanent art collection, also gave First Place in Painting to David for his entry, “Last Perfect Day.”
Seven other awards went to RCAA members Ruthann Brady, First Place in Mixed Media, “Stand Tall”; Bruce Fiscus, First in 3-D, “Nid D’oiseau Colibri” (french for bird’s nest and hummingbird); Richard Acton, Second Place, Mixed Media, “Get Off My Limb”; Sheila K. Ter Meer, Second in Photography/Digital, “Middle Child Born on the Libra-Scorpio Cusp”; Todd Stokes, Second in 3-D, “Fleeting Time-Faded Memory” and Third in Photography, “Ephemeral Forest”; and JoAnne Perigo Fiscus, Honorable Mention in Mixed Media, “Sea-sation.”
These nine works of art will be displayed alongside nine other winning entries throughout May in The Gallery at Clabber Girl.