Framed: Works by Thelma Frame
January 26 – March 23, 2014
The Richmond Art Museum will be hosting an exhibition by Richmond artist, Thelma Frame to start the 2014 exhibition year. A native of Hebron, Indiana, Thelma graduated with an elementary teaching degree from Indiana University. It was not until retirement from teaching that Thelma began pursuing art in earnest, working with local artists such as Bob Brubaker, Rosie McNees and Don Dennis.
Raised on a farm, Thelma has been drawn to the Indiana landscape, depicting Hoosier barns, farms and countryside roadways. An active ‘plein air’ painter, Thelma is a member of the Indiana Plein Air Painters Association, attending the New Harmony First Brush of Spring annual event as well as other paint outs throughout Indiana and Ohio. Thelma’s work has won several prestigious awards, including the Hoosier Salon, Indiana Heritage Arts, Richmond Art Museum, Art Association of Randolph County, Darke County Fair and many others.
Please join us to celebrate the life and career of one of Richmond’s most noted and beloved artists. A special opening and reception will be held on Sunday, January 26th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
All Wayne County High School Art Exhibition
April 13 – May 11, 2014
This annual juried show will feature paintings, ceramics, sculpture and jewelry from our talented Wayne County art students. This exhibit is perhaps our most well attended exhibit, with over 600 people attending the opening last year!
IPAPA Painting Indiana III
May 25 – July 13, 2014
This exhibit is based on Painting Indiana III: Heritage of Place, the thrid book in a series of books sponsored by the Indiana Plein Air Painters Association in conjunction with Indiana Landmarks. It is a juried art publication / exhibition which will travel the state of Indiana during 2013 and 2014. RAM is pleased to host this excellent exhibition of works by some of the top painters in our great state.
The Richmond Group Artists: Out of the Silence
August 3 – October 5, 2014
This is the untold story of a group of artists whose interest in fostering art in their community made an authentic contribution to the history of art in America. Taking for their subjects the local people, flora, and landscapes, they developed a distinctive impressionistic style, uninfluenced by other art movements in Indiana. Richmond, Indiana, become an important center for art in the Midwest.
116th Annual Exhibition by Richmond and Area Artists
November 7 – December 18, 2013
Prospectus will be posted and mailed soon!
116th Annual Calendar of Events:
October - Open Judging
October Pickup Rejected Work
November Reception and Awards Presentation
December Exhibition Closes
December Pick-up all artwork
116th Annual Juror: