Works by RCAA members featured in The Road Show at Arts Illiana Gallery

Prairie Thunderstorm by David Gill

River City Art Association members Neil Garrison, David Gill, Monty and Marty Jones, and Todd Stokes have artwork in The Road Show at the Arts Illiana Gallery in Terre Haute.

The opening reception is scheduled 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 3.

The call for entries for this show was open to artists in North America. Artist-photographer Mary Ann Michna of New Harmony and formerly Terre Haute, was the guest curator.

The Road Show will close on Oct. 19 with a reception and awards presentation.

I Guess My Feet Know… by David Gill

“Prairie Thunderstorm,” an oil on canvas by David Gill of Clay City, and his oil on canvas board, “I Guess My Feet Know…,” are among the 56 works by 36 artists from 6 states featured in The Road Show.

“Ford Roadster, 1934” by Monty Jones

RCAA co-founder Monty “Indiana” Jones of Terre Haute has a colored pencil drawing titled “Ford Roadster, 1934” in the show.

His son, Marty Jones, has a photography entry titled “Rust Rebel” on display.

“Fleeting Time, Faded Memories” by Todd Stokes of Terre Haute and Dennison, Ill., also was chosen for The Road Show.

Fleeting Time, Faded Memories by Todd Stokes

It is a mixed media artwork incorporating freestyle hand-cut etched glass ribbons floating over an experimental “fast-pan” photograph.

Neil Garrison of Terre Haute has two acrylic on canvas pieces on display titled “Concrete Blues” and “Concrete Lanes.”

Neil Garrison’s “Concrete Blues”

Neil Garrison-Concrete Lanes


About Sheila T Illustrated

I love my God, my country, my family, my job, time with friends, sitcoms and photography. I like crowds, walking in falling snow or summer rain, chocolate, wine tastings, weekend campfires, and travel by plane, train, tour bus and automobile.
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