Art Guild winners’ work on display at Krempp Gallery

Sourced from Dubois County Free Press

The Jasper Community Art’s Commission announced the 48th Annual Dubois County Art Guild Exhibit in the Krempp Gallery at the Jasper Arts Center.

The exhibit will feature work by local artists who belong to the guild, many of whom are well known in the area.  It will include work in a variety of mediums.

Winners for the 48th Annual Dubois County Art Guild Exhibit at the Krempp Gallery, Jasper Arts Center, were recently announced for the following categories:


Oil, Acrylic, Oil Pastel

First Place went to Abby Laux for “Quiet in the Mist”, Second Place to Nancy Gerber for “Autumn Ablaze” and Third Place to Kim Wilson for “Blue Tranquility”.  Honorable Mention to Charlene Brown for “Pear and Hydrangea”, Nancy Gerber for “Wabash Overflow- New Harmony, IN’ and Randalyn Clabaugh for “Sunset at the Beach”.


Watercolor and Related Water Media

First Place given to Sue Taylor for “Florida Friends”, Second Place to Nancy Gerber for “Lily Love” and Third Place to Sue Taylor for “Grumpy”.  Honorable Mention to Yvonne Hogan for “Zinnias.”



First Place to Barb McCullough for “The Redbud Sister from New Harmony”, Second Place to LaVonne Tisdal for “Bales” and Third Place to Kim Wilson for “Dancer’s Stretch”.  Honorable Mention to Jeanne Hohl for “Logan”.


Mixed Media

First Place awarded to Randalyn Clabaugh for “Dockside”, Second Place to Yvonne Hogan for “View from the Mill” and Third Place to Kim Wilson for “Hossirs”.  Honorable Mention to Sue Taylor for “BFF”.


The Loland Hartke Neukam Memorial Trophy for Oil Landscape went to Abby Laux for “Yellow Field”.  The Jeanne Schnell Memorial Trophy for Watercolor Landscape went to Nancy Gerber for “Bridge Over Sugar Creek”.  The Silvia de Correa 25th Anniversary Trophy for Most Creative Work of Art went to Georgia Bolte for “Burst of Summer”.  The Lillian Doane First President’s Trophy for Oil Painting went to Barb McCullough for “Peony”.

The Rosemarye Ruxer Memorial Award went to Randalyn Clabaugh for “Protecting the Dunes”.

This year’s judge for the show was award-winning artist, Andrea Hoelscher, Photography Professor of the University of Southern Indiana.

The exhibit will be in the Krempp Gallery from, July 5th through July 31st, 2016. A public reception will be held on Thursday July 7th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.  During the reception, small paintings will be given away.

This is always a very popular show and not one to be missed!

The Krempp Gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., until 7 p.m. on Thursdays and on Sundays from noon to 3 p.m. It is also open by appointment by calling 812-482-3070. School groups, clubs, and students are welcome.

The Krempp Gallery is managed by the Jasper Community Arts, a department of the City of Jasper. The JCA is supported by the Friends of the Arts, Inc., the Indiana Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.