Entries for Honeywell Foundation’s 2019 art competition accepted Jan. 7

Last Updated on December 26, 2018 by cassnetwork

Calling all artists! Whether you are amateur or professional, the Honeywell Foundation’s Clark Gallery will be hosting its annual 92 County Art Show from Jan. 10 through Feb. 18, 2019. Entries will be accepted on Monday, Jan. 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The competition is open to artists of all ages living in any of Indiana’s 92 counties. Exhibit sponsorship is provided by local resident Bob Gillespie. Marking its 26th year in 2019, the 92 County Art Show consists of three primary categories; drawings, paintings, and other art forms. An entry fee of $20 includes up to three entries.

For a list of the complete guidelines visit the Honeywell Center website at www.honeywellcenter.org/clark-gallery.

A public reception for this event will take place on Mon., Feb. 18, 2019 at 7 p.m. For more information, contact Michele Hughes,
mhughes@honeywellfoundation.org, or by contact the Honeywell Center Box Office at 260 -563-1102.

The 92 County Art Show is just one way that the Clark Gallery supports the visual arts. The Clark Gallery hosts more than ten exhibits per year and features students, amateurs, and professionals. Exhibits include the Wabash County Schools, Themed Art Competition, and Wabash Art Guild. Because the Gallery encompasses the semi-circle of the Honeywell Center
Porter Lobby, foot traffic exceeds 170,000 guests per year! Nearly every exhibit hosts a reception to introduce the public to the art. All of this is done free of charge because the Clark Gallery is a part of the mission of The Honeywell Foundation.

The Honeywell Foundation is a public charity in Wabash, Indiana. The organization and its venues -Honeywell Center, Honeywell House, Charley Creek Gardens, Dr. Ford Historic Home, Eagles Theatre, and 13-24 Drive In -provide artistic, social, cultural, and recreational opportunities for all. For more information about The Honeywell Foundation, please visit www.honeywellfoundation.org.

SOURCE: News release from the Honeywell Center