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KENDAL MILLER’S WORK TO HANG IN LT. GOVERNOR’S OFFICE
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Miller, whose photography juried into Indiana Artisan in 2010, resides in Dillsboro. Her B&W landscape photo, “South Fork Creek in Snow,” is the work that was honored.

(April 5, 2014) A photograph by Indiana Artisan Kendal Miller will hang in Lt. Governor Sue Ellsperman’s office for the next year after being selected as one of 11 two-dimensional works that were part of the 2014 Hoosier Women Artists Contest.  At an Indiana Statehouse ceremony, Lt. Governor Ellspermann announced the honorees, selected from many submitted in recognition of Women’s History Month.

“This contest showcases the talented and creative artists we have in our state,” said Lt. Governor Ellspermann. “I am looking forward to the artwork being displayed in my front office and thank each artist for sharing their work with visitors from all over the world.”

Miller, whose photography juried into Indiana Artisan in 2010, resides in Dillsboro.  Her B&W landscape photo, “South Fork Creek in Snow,” is the work that was honored.

Honorees of the Hoosier Women Artist Contest exhibit their art in the Lieutenant Governor’s office for one year. The event celebrates a variety of artistic interests including drawing, painting and photography.  The Lt. Governor said she is looking forward to the art being displayed in her office, and she thanked each artist for sharing their work with visitors from all over the world, who visit there.

Visitors are encouraged to stop by the Lt. Governor’s office, Room 333 in the Indiana Statehouse, to view the exhibit.