Talent of local artists’ association on display through Jan. 10

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Artist Frank Slim’s “Westminster by Moonlight” is one painting on display now through Jan. 30 at Conner Prairie. The exhibit featuring members of the Hamilton County Artists’ Association is showcased on the second floor of the museum’s Welcome Center.

Staff Report

The works of 14 local artists from the Hamilton County Artists’ Association will be on display at Conner Prairie starting Saturday.

Established in 1950, HCAA works to promote and encourage creative art in Hamilton County and provide learning opportunities to study art for all. Anyone can sign up for HCAA classes or attend meetings with featured speakers.

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“Beach Treasures” by artist Lynne Padgett is one of the featured paintings in the exhibit at Conner Prairie featuring Hamilton County Artists’ Association members.

Today, the organization has nearly 80 members. Conner Prairie is excited to exhibit 15 paintings in the exhibit, located throughout the second floor of the museum’s Welcome Center.

The paintings will be on display through Jan. 10. Viewing is free for Conner Prairie members and with paid daily admission to the museum.