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92 County Art Show Opens at the Honeywell Center

Wabash, Ind. – Winning artwork from the 2023 92 County Art Show presented by Honeywell Arts & Entertainment is now on
display at the Clark Gallery in the Honeywell Center until January 14. The exhibit is open to amateur and professional artists
residing in all 92 counties and has three categories: painting, drawing, and other art forms. 111 pieces were entered into the
92 County Art Show, representing a total of 44 artists from 16 counties across Indiana. 65 pieces were chosen to be included
in the show, with 16 individuals receiving awards. This exhibit is sponsored by Richard Tucker in memory of Cheryl Jackson.
Justin Johnson, Gallery Director for the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, and Ann Shive, Owner and Curator for
Crestwoods Gallery in Roanoke, served as judges. Johnson exhibits his work regionally, with recent features at the Fort
Wayne Museum and the Midwest Museum of American Art. Shive is an avid art collector and has owned and operated
Crestwoods for almost 10 years.
Best of Show
Anne Maddox – Ecosystem; Grant County
First Place – Mary Amador – Reducing The Crown; Elkhart County
Second Place – Brenda Stichter – Simmer Down; Kosciusko County
Third Place – Terry Pulley – Winter Cold; Wabash County
First Place – Mary Amador – Departures; Elkhart County
Second Place – Susan Wenger – Garden Poppies; Allen County
Third Place – Tim Swagerle – Pier; Miami County
Other Art Forms
First Place – Adam Boyle – Φ Unending (Raspberry Alabaster on Indiana Limestone); Whitley County
Second Place – Kate Perez – Shiva Eye and Leaves; Grant County
Third Place – Daniel Hollenbeck – Lidded Box Elder Vessel; Allen County
Honorable Mentions
Marilyn Aleman – Red Bird Exploring; Howard County
Linda Burden – Wil #2; Grant County
David Ingols – Healed; Wabash County
Marilyn Kruger – Royal Purple; Fulton County
Mike Rogers – Bowl #2; Wabash County
Connie Strain – Porch in Georgia; Kosciusko County
Select pieces are available for purchase at the Honeywell Center Box Office; regular hours are Monday through Friday from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by calling 260.563.1102. Email inquiries can be made at Purchased
artwork will be available to pick up after January 14.
The Clark Gallery hosts exhibits by students, amateurs, and professional artists. Visual art experiences are an important part
of the Honeywell Arts & Entertainment mission of providing arts, education, and entertainment for all. Clark Gallery exhibits
are made possible in part by Borders and Beyond Gallery & Framing, the Cleaning Company, Intrasect, Oswalt-Thomas
Sales & Service, and Schlemmer Brothers Metalworks. To learn more, visit


About Honeywell Arts & Entertainment
Honeywell Arts & Entertainment encompasses the full range of arts opportunities and venues of The Honeywell Foundation,
a nonprofit public charity based in Wabash, Indiana. The organization is dedicated to providing arts, education, and
entertainment for all through live entertainment, movies, arts education, cultural events, culinary experiences, Honeywell Arts
Academy, and more. Offerings take place at seven venues including the Honeywell Center, Honeywell House, Eagles
Theatre, Charley Creek Gardens, Dr. James Ford Historic Home, Clarkson House, and 13-24 Drive In. Honeywell Arts &
Entertainment partners with a network of venues throughout the region to further the reach of live entertainment
programming. Honeywell Arts & Entertainment programs and activities are made possible by generous donors and in part by
Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne, Regional Arts Partner; the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency; and the National
Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. For more information about Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, please visit
Media Contact: Jessica Bott | | (260) 274-1429

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