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MIAD Professor Steve Horvath received an award for his work in the Racine Art Museum’s Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts annual juried show “Watercolor Wisconsin.”

The exhibition highlights images executed in water-based or mixed media.

A panel of experts from outside the state curates the show and assigns awards.  This year’s experts include Mark Pascale, curator and adjunct professor at the Art Institute of Chicago, and Jane Stevens, associate curator at the Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery.

The 2010 show features 81 Wisconsin artists and a total of 98 artworks.  Sixteen artists including Horvath received awards.

Horvath has been on the MIAD faculty since 1988.  He currently serves as president of the Wisconsin Watercolor Society and recently exhibited at the New Visions Gallery in Marshfield, Wisconsin.  His primary focus is on painting and drawing.

“Watercolor Wisconsin” opened December 12, 2010 and runs through April 30, 2011.  More information is available on RAM’s website or from Express Milwaukee.