A painting by Saluda artist Jim Carson has been selected as one of only 100 paintings out of more than 1,000 entries for the American Impressionist Society’s 13th annual National Juried Exhibition, hosted this year by Eckert-Ross Fine Art in Indianapolis, Ind. The painting, titled “Martha’s Flowers,” is a Saluda scene showing a Poplar Street house as seen from Martha Ashley’s backyard. It will be eligible for more than $50,000 in prizes, including $15,000 for Best of Show. The awards judge will be Kevin MacPherson, ASIM. The awards ceremony will be held in Indianapolis on Nov. 8. Carson’s next plein air workshop, titled “Fresh Paint,” will be held in Saluda Thursday –Saturday, Oct. 25-27. For more information, contact Jim at, or 828-749-3702. (photo submitted by Jim Carson)

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Saluda artists’ painting selected for exhibition

Published 10:59am Friday, August 31, 2012

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