River City Art Association members Eloise Lovell, Todd Stokes and Sheila K. Ter Meer will have artwork in the “Red” exhibition (Aug. 2-Oct. 18) in the Arts Illiana Gallery at Terre Haute.
The “Red” exhibition call was open to artists in North America. Artists from 13 states submitted 159 works of art.
Seventy-two of those submitted works of art from 59 artists were selected for the show by guest curator Michael Ornstein, painter and actor known for his role as Chucky on Sons of Anarchy.
Lovell, a resident of Rosedale, Indiana, used markers and watercolor to create her mixed media entry titled “And the Beet Goes On.”
Stokes, a Terre Haute artist with a studio in Dennison, Illinois, will have two works of art in the “Red” exhibition.
“Flicker,” color-filled etched glass in an oval opening mat, 10 by 20 inches.
Also, Todd’s “Down and Out,” is an acrylic on stretched canvas, 4.75 by 4.75 inches.
Ornstein also selected “Fireworks,” an 8 by 10 inch photography-based digital abstraction on photo paper by Ter Meer of Brazil, Indiana.
Opening reception is 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. There will be a closing reception with awards from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 18.