IN: West Lafayette

art on the wabash logo

WHERE: Tapawingo Park.

WHEN: Sunday, September 15, 10:00 am 4:00 pm.

TITLE: 8th annual Art on the Wabash

BRIEF ABOUT: “Each fall, West Lafayette spotlights cultural stars from the region, giving visitors and residents a beautiful spot to stroll, visit with the artists, see their creations and enjoy an afternoon in the park,” said West Lafayette mayor John Dennis.

     Participation in the fair is open to artists living in 15 Indiana counties. This year, 40 artists accepted as participants are from Benton, Carroll, Cass, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe and White counties, including two former participants now living out of state. “This is a homecoming for jewelry artist Kirstin Eismin and mixed media artist Michael Altman, who now live in Cincinnati,” said Beverly Shaw, chair of the Art on the Wabash committee. 

Pottery by Jeff Boswell.

Pottery by Jeff Boswell.

    Those selected are: Fiber: Adena Vanderwielen and Andrea Wellnitz; Glass: Deb Achgill, Sharon Owens, Beverly Skinner and Rachel Witt; Jewelry: Kristin Eismin, Linda Elmore, Lisa Hopkins, April Johnson, Brenda Kessler, Joanne Kuhn Titolo, Lisa Walsh and Deb Waymire; Mixed media: Michael Altman, Thomas Billeaux and Linda Vanderkolk; Paintings: Rebecca Brody, Rena Brouwer, Bobbi Smith and Adam Vanderwielen; Photography: Jeremy Ashcraft, Sondra Goebel, Alan McConnel, Alex Moon, Steve Stout and Craig Whitten; Pottery: Jeff Boswell, Ingrid Craft and Rachel Schatko, Coal Creek Clay, Mary Thomas Firestone, Scott Frankenberger, Nancy Grenard, Gail Johnston, Frank Koontz and Angi Peterson; Sculpture: Donna Provo Leuck; and Wood: Larry Clark, Phil Conlon and Bill Krug.

    The Jurists are Nancy Nichols-Pethick, associate professor of painting at Indiana State University and Corey Crum, painting, drawing and ceramics instructor at St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer.

MORE DETAILS: Tapawingo Park, 100 Tapawingo Drive, is between East State and Brown streets near Wabash Landing; it is easily reached via Interstate 65/State Road 26. The Wabash Landing parking garage will offer free parking throughout the fair.

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