may/june events

The Wabash Valley Art Guild Annual Spring Art Show will be held May 6 & 7 in the Hulman/Clabber Girl lobby area and gallery in Terre Haute. The reception will be held Friday evening, May 6: 6-8 pm.
My paintings Moonscape, Movement & Sunset will be on exhibit.

River City Art Association's first of three Indiana Bicentennial Exhibits will be held May 13 & 14 at the Masonic Lodge on the ISU campus in Terre Haute. There will be refreshments & historic building tours throughout the evening Friday and all day Saturday. The series of shows has been recognized by the Governor and Bicentennial Committee. My paintings Indiana Dunes, Red Barn & White Barn will be part of the show, as well as many special works in honor of the state and its history.

Art League Lafayette is celebrating its 50th anniversary with many activities, including an art show featuring art league members. My painting Sailboat at Sunset has been chosen for the show at the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette.  Past & Present will be open May 6 – July 17. The exhibit has many outstanding pieces by talented artists, and is a fitting tribute to the Art League's birthday.

Sullivan-Munce Gallery/Museum sponsors a Zionsville Garden Walk in June each year. This time it will be accompanied by an art exhibit with a 'flower' theme, open to IPAPA members. My painting Flower Box has been juried into this show. It is a privilege to exhibit with such wonderful artists. 

Hamilton County Artists Association's Juried Artist Members Recognition Exhibition will be held June 3-24 at the Birdie Gallery in Noblesville. The show is titled 'Pursuit of Excellence' and will be judged for prizes. My paintings Sunset & Moonscape will be entered.

HCAA Annual Gathering of Plein Air Painters will be held in Noblesville the weekend of June 16, 17,18. There will be many activities,competitions and prizes. I will be volunteering at the HCAA booth on the Courthouse Square Saturday.

Nickel Plate Arts, Noblesville presents: In the Name of Progress Art Show the month of June.
A reception will be held the First Friday with music & refreshments. The theme of the art follows the history of Indiana and the ways that Hoosier life has changed from 1816-2016.