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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Indiana Wildlife Artists Open Juried Exhibition



Local Artist, Patricia Getha will be among the award winning artists whose work will be shown at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Exhibit presented by the Indiana Wildlife Artists Association. Three of her works will be featured, “Winged Jewel” a stunning photo of one of the world’s smallest birds, “Tern Style” an Oil painting of a Tern preening its feathers, and “Niagara Falls Sentinel” a miniature acrylic painting of a Ring-billed Gull measuring only 4 x 5 inches!

This showing of Fine Nature Art will be displayed to the public in the Indiana Room of the Minnetrista Cultural Center, 1200 N. Minnetrista Parkway, Muncie, IN, from September 12 through September 26, 2010. The opening awards presentation is Saturday, September 11, 6:30-8 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Saturday, 9-5:30 p.m. and Sundays, 1:00-5:30 p.m.

The exhibit will include two and three-dimensional artwork in a variety of media and styles with a wide range of subjects. The show is judged by expert representatives from the Fine Arts and Wildlife Naturalist professions. This exhibit displays some of the finest professional and amateur artists working in the state of Indiana and surrounding areas in the subject area of wildlife and nature and is an excellent concentration of artists dedicated to preserving and promoting wildlife art as a truly Fine Art.

Indiana Wildlife Artists was first organized in 1982. Among its goals are the advancement of wildlife art and education about conservation of natural resources. Membership at several levels is available to all artists whose work shows a serious approach to wildlife art.

Persons needing additional information about the group may contact IWA by calling 317-846-4755 or by visiting their website at www.indianawildlifeartists.org.

1 comment:

Karen Thumm said...

Congratulations Pat! These are all great images, but I've always loved that pilings painting.

Good luck with the show. I hope you sell something.