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ISBA receives more artwork of courthouses

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Three more donations of artwork depicting Indiana courthouses have been received by the Indiana State Bar Association: the bar associations of Daviess, Lake, and Sullivan counties have donated images of their respective county courthouses. Photos are now on Indiana Lawyer's Web site as part of a slideshow of all 12 works the ISBA has received so far.

The ISBA acquired the artwork of Daviess County Courthouse by Ervin R. Clark June 26; it was donated by the Daviess County Bar Association. The painting of Lake County Courthouse by Doris Klein was donated by the Lake County Bar Association July 2. The Sullivan County Bar Association donated the black-and-white drawing of Sullivan County Courthouse by James Joseph McBride July 8.

The goal of the courthouse art project is to collect artwork of courthouses from all 92 Indiana counties. The artwork needs to be original and can be of a modern or historic courthouse. Read more about the project on the ISBA's Web site.

So far, the project has also collected artworks of courthouses in Hamilton, Grant, Wells, Vigo, Vanderburgh, Posey, Dubois, Delaware, and Benton counties. Information about each artwork, including the artists, dates acquired, and contributors, is available in the slideshow.
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