SAT 8.25.18 TO 9.27.18 IWA EXHIBIT IN INDY

Meet Indiana Wildlife Artists at a local residence for our opening reception/awards at 4:30 pm on Sat 8.25.18 or come for a private tour to see Diana’s art and others’ art on Sat 9.8.18. THIS IS A CHANGE IN TIME AND PLACE! Diana’s art on display includes Delicious!, All Wrapped Up, and Mine! This is the Indiana Wildlife Artists’ 35th Annual Exhibit.

You may greet a number of the artists at the opening reception and the awards ceremony (4:30 pm) on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the private residence listed below.

Where is the reception?  The private residence of the Wilson family:
8815 Cholla RD
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Due to a mix up in scheduling, the 35th Annual Indiana WIldlife Artists’ Exhibit will NOT be open to the public until the day AFTER the reception.  Although the actual artwork will not be present, it is a wonderful opportunity to meet a number of the artists.

To view the actual artwork I am offering a private tour on Saturday, September 8, 2018, at 1:30 pm at the exhibit location listed below. I would appreciate knowing if you would like to join me for the private tour.  Please RSVP.  This will give you more time to walk around the exhibit areas to enjoy the artwork and to talk with me.

Where is the exhibit?  Second Presbyterian Church
7700 N Meridian ST
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Note:  Please park in the NORTH parking lot, which has the lowest elevation.  Enter the church from the lowest level.

Cannot come for the Awards Ceremony or for the private tour?  The IWA Exhibit will be on display from Sunday, August 26, 2018, through Thursday, September 27, 2018.
8:00 am – 10:00 pm Mon. – Thur
8:00 am — 6:00 pm Fri
8:00 am — 3:00 pm on Sat
8:00 am — 7:00 pm Sun during normal service hours.  Closed if there are no services.  Closed on holidays.  Admission is free.

The 35th Annual Exhibit of the Indiana Wildlife Artists includes 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 for the Fine Arts and Wildlife Naturalist professions. This exhibit displays some of the finest amateur and professional artists working in the subject area of wildlife and nature in the entire State of Indiana. IWA’s goal is dedicated to preserving and promoting wildlife art as truly Fine Art. Indiana Wildlife Artists was first organized in 1982. Among its goals is the advancement of wildlife art and education about conservation of natural resources. See

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