WVE Throwback: Color

August 18 – October 22, 2017

Many works from the annual Wabash Valley Exhibition have become part of the Swope Art Museum’s permanent collection during the exhibition’s long history. WVE Throwback: Color presents a selection of past Wabash Valley Exhibition acquisitions that focus on the visual element of color.  Included is work by: Aldon Addington, John Bott, Sue J. Cerola, Diane Driessen, Ada Inov, David Kegel, Sherry Musick, Isabella Pera, Andrew Polk, Kenneth Preston, Steven Redman, Jacquelyn Ruttinger, James Sampson, Daniel Socha, and Terry Steadham.

 

 

Teresa Altemeyer, Indianapolis, IN, The Union Preserved, watercolor on paper. Howard E. Wooden, Sr., Memorial Best of Show Grand Prize.  

73rd Annual Wabash Valley Exhibition

September 1 – October 28, 2017

The first Wabash Valley Exhibition was held in 1945, with the goal of offering artists of Terre Haute and the vicinity an opportunity to submit work. The exhibition was eventually expanded to a regional scope to include artists from the entire state of Indiana and its four neighboring states of Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio. A guest juror, chosen from outside the region, selects the exhibition from the many works submitted and then chooses the recipients of the awards—with the exception of the purchase awards. Graeme Reid, Director of Collections and Exhibitions, Museum of Wisconsin Art, served as the 2017 juror.