Exhibit features artists from 4 statesAugust 22, 2013
From local sources
JASPER — Jasper Community Arts will feature the 20th Annual Juried Art Exhibit in the Krempp Gallery at the Jasper Arts Center from Sept. 4 to 29.
The exhibit includes two- and three-dimentional works by artists from Indiana, its contiguous states and former Indiana residents in a variety of media and techniques, including watercolor, oil, acrylic, wood, ceramics, screen print, photography, collage, fiber, sculpture and graphite.
Juror Fran Lattanzio is an award-winning photographer and professor of art at Indiana State University. She has taught for more than 38 years and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fine art from the University of Michigan.
Artists selected by the juror for the exhibit are:
From Indiana: Bryan Freson, Laura Pommier and Beth Schnellenberger of Jasper; Sally Schmett of Huntingburg; Amelia Ebert, Shayna Roos and Curtis Uebelhor of Ferdinand; Abby Laux of Celestine; Kerri Mehringer of Schnellville; Kazhia Kolb of St. Meinrad; Bill Whorrall of Shoals; Stacy Graan-Wilson of French Lick; Wade Bell of Milltown; Rob Millard-Mendez of Evansville; Amy DeLap of Vincennes; Arne Kvaalen of West Lafayette; Bob Zasadny of Oakland City; Carolyn Stachera of Fort Wayne; Donna Lee Adams of Greenwood; Jim Pearson of Lawrenceville; Marilyn Lake McElwain of Indianapolis; Rod Bradfield and Michael R. Tingley of Terre Haute; and Paula J. Dalton of Anderson.
From Kentucky: Beverly Glascock and Marti Plager of Louisville.
From Ohio: Amber Hoy of Athens and Debrah Butler of Kent.
From North Carolina: Betty Hendrix of Whispering Pines, formerly of Richmond, Ind.
Monetary prizes totaling $2,000 will be given for best of show, award of excellence, high honor award and five honorable mentions.
Krempp Gallery is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, until 7 p.m. Thursdays and noon to 3 p.m. Sundays. It is also open by appointment by calling 482-3070. School groups, clubs and students are welcome. The gallery will be closed Labor Day weekend.
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