Lizzy’s painting was accepted as one of the Hoosier Women Artists to be exhibited at the Indiana State House this year.
There are several ways to celebrate Women’s History Month at the Statehouse each year. Started by former Lt. Governor Becky Skillman, the Hoosier Women Artists contest is an annual competition established to celebrate Women’s History Month. For eight years, it has highlighted talented female artists throughout Indiana. The contest celebrates the wide variety of graphic arts including drawing, painting and photography. Winners of the Hoosier Women Artists Contest have their artwork displayed in the Lt Governor’s office for one year.
Lizzy was chosen from over a hundred entries in the ninth annual competition to be one of the Hoosier Women Artists.
Her painting was on display for one year in Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann’s office.
- Ashley Richardson — Meadow — Inkjet Print on Canvas — Fishers
- Brenda Pruet Kunkel — Indiana Winter — Oil — Connersville
- Diane Overmyer — The Grand Finale — Oil — Wakarusa
- Emily Litsey — Delaware Street — Oil on Canvas — Indianapolis
- Kristin Shriver — Storms a brewin’ — Photography — Akron
- Kendal Miller — Metamora in Fall — Fine Art Photography — Dillsboro
- Lea Foster — Colorful Calla — Photography — Lafayette
- Lizzy Rainey — Pink Boots in the Pumpkin Patch — Acrylic — Lafayette
- Lori Lauderdale — Brass Reflections — Oil Paint — Wadesville
- Lynette Waters-Whitesell — The Culmination of Amy — Mixed Media — Hartford City
- Rachel Ackley — All Aboard the 309 — Acrylic — Fairland
- Sister Mary Lee Hillenbrand — Iris Prismatica — Watercolor — Ferdinand
- Sue Goffinet — The Dome, Notre Dame — Watercolor — Alexandria
- Valerie Ware — Blessing the Harvest — Acrylic – Jeffersonville