2016 Annual Hoosier Salon 92nd Exhibition

C. W. Mundy Takes Best of Show at 2016 Hoosier Salon Exhibition


The first annual Hoosier Salon exhibition began in 1925 by the Daughter's of Indiana, a group of women who were born in Indiana but lived in the Chicago area. The annual Hoosier Salon exhibition grew into one of the most prestigious juried art shows in Indiana. Opening with a preview event on July 27th, the 2016 the Hoosier Salon's 92nd Exhibition hosted by the Indiana History Center did not disappoint in terms of the quality of art on display. Located along the canal in downtown Indianapolis, the history center is a great location for the event.  If you want to make a day of your visit to Indianapolis there are multiple sites to see within walking distance, including the Indiana State Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art and the NCAA Hall of Champions.

C. W. Mundy won Best of Show for his oil painting titled "Pond Yachts in the Studio", he received $5,000 in prize money. The Juror's Prize of Distinction was awarded to Peter Lupkin for an oil titled "Found" and was awarded $2,500 for his effort. A fabric collage titled "The Lily Pond" received the juror's award of merit along with $1,500 to the artist Joel Fremion.

Additional Artist Awards


Award for Traditional Landscape - award of $300 went to Rick Wilson, Oil, titled "September Sunset"
Award for Non-Traditional Landscape - award of $300 went to Will Carpenter", Oil, titled "Judgement"

Outstanding Traditional Landscape - award of $500 went to Forrest Formsma, Oil, titled "Florentine Carriage Ride"
Outstanding Non-Traditional Landscape - award o $500 went to Justin C. Vining", Acrylic, titled "And Let That Be Enough"
Best Non Traditional Landscape - award of $1,000 went to Peg Copenhaver, Oil, titled "First Snow on the Mountain"
Best Traditional Landscape - award of $1,000 won to Wyatt Legrand, Oil, titled "Burnt-Out"


Award for Oil Painting - award of $300 went to Steve Warner, Oil, titled "Oasis"
Outstanding Oil Painting - award of $500 went to Roy Boswell, Oil, titled "First Cut"
Best Oil Painting- award of $1,000 went to Forrest Formsma, Oil, titled "Picking Produce"

Juror's Recognition Prize - award of $300 went to Samuel D. Hoffman, oil titled "Floater
Award for Outstanding first time Exhibitor - award of $500 went to Mark Raztlaff, oil, titled "Behind Scotty's 03"
Outstanding Drawing - award of $500 went to Katie Whipple, Brown and White chalk, titled"Devin Finley"
Outstanding Work on Paper - award $500 went to David Cunningham, charcoal and paste,l titled "origins"

Best Work on Paper - award of $1,000 went to Charlene Brown, graphite, titled "Origins"
Award for Still Life - award of $300 went to Suzy Friedman, Opalescent glass mosaic, titled "Bouquet Breeze"
Best Still Life- award of $1,000 went to C. W. Mundy, oil, titled "Pond Yachts in the Studio"

Award of Sculpture - award of $300 went to Irwin Labin, steel, titled "Flow"
Award for Ceramic - award of $300 went to Joe Rohrman, stoneware underglazes and hardwood base, titled "Beyond the Golden Years"

Outstanding 3d Work - award of $1,000 went to Thomas Norpell, mixed media, titled "French Cafe
Outstanding figure - award of $500 went to Dan Bulleit, Oil, titled "Afternoon Break"
Best Figure - award of $500 went to Wyatt LeGrand. Oil, titled Phenomenon"

Outstanding Portrait - award of $500 went to C. W. Mundy, Oil, titled "Portrait of Richard"
Best Portrait - award of $1,000 went to Scott Kilmer, Watercolor, titled "The Night Beckons"
Award for Watercolor - award of $300 went to Diane Wunderlich, Watercolor, titled "African Queen"

Outstanding Traditional Watercolor - award of $500 went to Rena Brouwer, Watercolor, titled "Whispers"
Outstanding Non-Traditional Watercolor - award of $500 went to Bruce Moore, Watercolor, titled "Santa Speed"
Best Watercolor - award of $1,000 went to Terry Armstrong, Watercolor, titled "Draft Horses"
Award for Non-Objective Composition - award of $300 went to Jerry Points, oil, titled "The Sky is falling"

Outstanding Non-Objective Composition - award of $500 went to Marianne Glick, Acrylic, titled "S
Best Non Objective Composition - award of $1,000 went to Cindy Wingo, acrylic, titled "Snow in the Mountains"
Award for Figure - award of $300 went to Jo Anne Burkhard, Oil, titled "The Game is Afoot"

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