Works by RCAA’s Todd Stokes, David Gill in ‘The American Dream’ exhibition

Not For Sale by David V. Gill

River City Art Association members Todd Stokes of Terre Haute and David V. Gill of Clay City have artwork in “The American Dream” exhibition in Arts Illiana Gallery at Terre Haute.

Rootbound-Todd Stokes

The exhibition opened Feb. 1 and closes April 19 with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. in the gallery at 23 N. Sixth St.

The exhibition was open to artists in North America.

Guest curator Sascha Windolph of Hannover, Germany, selected 59 works of art from 32 artists, including Todd’s etched glass and wood sculpture titled “Rootbound” and a painting by David titled “Not For Sale.”

“Rootbound is a color-filled glass etching where above ground, black trees and white trees are growing together,” Todd said, “and under the surface, all the roots are grey, showing we’re all the same inside.”


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