Hoosier Art Salon 97th Annual Exhibition

Congratulations to the Hoosier Art Salon Artists Award Winners

Hoosier Art Salon 97th Annual Exhibition

BEST OF SHOW – $5,000

Made possible by the generosity of Sarah and John Lechleiter

Stephanie Spay, Grasp

Oil on linen ($2,900)

2nd PLACE – $4, 000

Made possible by the generosity of Psi Iota Xi

Martha Sando, Island Power

Oil ($4,200)

3rd PLACE – $3,000

Made possible by the generosity of Lumina Foundation

Mark Waninger, Raucous

Maple ebony ($1,050)

4th PLACE – $2,000

Made possible by the generosity of George and Peggy Rapp in honor of  Jim Rapp and John Rapp

Terri Schultz, Under the Apple Tree

Pastel on sanded grit paper ($1,700)

1st PLACE FIGURE – $1,500

The Tri Kappa Beryl Showers Holland Memorial Award         

Made possible by the generosity of Tri Kappa

Judy Crawford, The Skylight

Charcoal with white ($1,200)

1st PLACE STILL LIFE – $1,500

Made possible by the generosity of Jim and Jackie Morris in admiration and gratitude for George and Peggy Rapp and Jerry and Rosie Semler

Gerald Traicoff, My Morning Song

Oil on canvas ($2,900)

1st PLACE ABSTRACT WORK – $1,500

Made possible by the generosity of Jim Shook and family

Diane Lehman, Rock “N” Roll

Oil on canvas ($1,000)

1st PLACE THREE-DIMENSIONAL WORK – $1,500

Made possible by the generosity of Donna Hovey in honor of her children and grandchildren

Peggy Breidenbach, Reaching

Hand built stoneware ($400)

1st PLACE WATERCOLOR – $1,500

Tri Kappa Carnation Award  Made possible by the generosity of Tri Kappa

Stephen Edwards, After a Spring Rain

Watercolor, gouache ($1,500)

1st PLACE PORTRAIT – $1,500

Made possible by the generosity of Robert D. and Pamela Alonzo in honor of all healthcare workers

Russell Recchion, Harlequin Sage

Oil on canvas ($15,000)

1st PLACE LANDSCAPE – $1,500

Tri Kappa Merit Award – Made possible by the generosity of Tri Kappa

Mark Ratzlaff, Lexington, September Building

Oil on aluminum ($15,000)

2nd PLACE FIGURE – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Donna Hovey in honor of her children and grandchildren

Ellen Lyon, Metallica Tie Dye

Oil on panel ($1,440)

2nd PLACE STILL LIFE – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Donna Hovey in honor of her children and grandchildren

Joel Fremion, The Artist’s Studio

Leathers, suedes, re-claimed upholstery faric, paint and markers ($4,750)

2nd PLACE ABSTRACT WORK – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Bill and Melanie Wissel and Mark Millis in memory of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Millis

Sylvia Gray, Carnival

Dye on silk ($1,750)

2nd PLACE THREE-DIMENSIONAL WORK – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Women’s Department Club

Betty Scarpino, Entwined Energy

Persimmon wood, acrylic paint ($7,500)

2nd PLACE WATERCOLOR – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Michael and Rebecca Kubacki

Dianna Porter, Savannah

Watercolor on paper ($2,000)

2nd PLACE PORTRAIT – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Steve and Alice Tarr

Cindy Crofoot, Lost in the Melody

Oil on linen ($2,000)

2nd PLACE LANDSCAPE – $750

Made possible by the generosity of John Gibbs

Jerry Smith, The Heartworn Highway

Oil paint ($1,200)

3rd PLACE FOR FIGURE – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Steve and Joyce Delaney

A. Cassia Margolis, Reclining Nude

Pencil ($350)

3rd PLACE FOR STILL LIFE – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Michael Quinn In memory of Charles T. and Mary Jane Voyles

Stephanie Thomson, Sepulchral

Oil on canvas ($4,000)

3rd PLACE FOR ABSTRACT WORK – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Mark and Sally Perlstein

Matt Hurdle, My Reoccurring Dream

Acrylic on canvas ($2,000)

3rd PLACE FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL WORK – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Dr. John Malooley in memory of Freda and James Malooley

Randal Gunyon, Beneath the Surface

Marbled layers of inlaid clay and glaze ($450)

3rd PLACE FOR WATERCOLOR – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Jim and Cat Toomey in honor of the Toomey and Enagonio siblings

Kathy Los-Rathburn, Refinery

Transparent watercolor on paper ($800)

3rd PLACE FOR PORTRAIT – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Emily West

Kerry Shaw, Tombstone Cowboy

Oil on hardboard ($1,200)

3rd PLACE FOR LANDSCAPE – $500

Made possible by the generosity of George and Peggy Rapp in honor of New Harmony Gallery Managers, Maggie Rapp and Linda Volz

James Tracy, Stone Head

Oil paint ($4,200)

ORIGINAL WORK ON PRINT ON PAPER – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Rachel Perry and First Internet Bank

Alan Larkin, The Major Arcana: The Fool

Etching ($300)

JUROR’S SPECIAL AWARD – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Michael and Rebecca Kubacki

Carleen Rivera, Paradise Today

Pastel on paper ($1,200)

JUROR’S SPECIAL AWARD – $750

Made possible by the generosity of Donna Hovey in honor of her children and grandchildren

James Patterson, Forgotten

Poster board ($650)

JUROR’S SPECIAL AWARD – $750

Made possible by the generosity of the Indiana Plein Air Painters Association and Indiana Heritage Arts

Steve Dodge, Trouble Ahead

Oil on stretched canvas ($1,700)

AWARD FOR WORK IN ANY MEDIUM – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Cynthia Munerol

Matt Rees, Orchard Jays

Japan ink on paper ($700)

BRUCE MOORE MERIT AWARD FOR ABSTRACT FREEDOM OF COLOR AND INTENT – $500

Made possible by the generosity of the Moore Family and  Marc and Becky Jaffe in memory of Louis M. Jaffe and Elaine Jaffe-Brinn

Ronald Leonhardt, Floaters

Watercolor and Ink on paper ($600)

AWARD FOR FIRST-TIME EXHIBITOR – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Karen Butler in memory of Richard W. Butler

Kalleen Chilcote, Beach Bums

Pastel drawing over Intaglio print ($725)

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FROM 2020 – $500

Made possible by the generosity of Bob Burnett in memory of George R. Tolson, Sr. and the exhibit visitors at the 96th Annual Exhibition

Lucia Inman Valero, Jordan


August 21 – October 24

Indiana State Museum

650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204

Indianapolis, IN

The Hoosier Art Salon is grateful for your participation.

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