Bob Bratton Remembered
December 2 - January 27
Robert (Bob) Bratton was a friend to many who offered a kind smile, always
with words of encouragement. His generosity of spirit lives on in the many
watercolors he created over the course of his life and through the lives of
experienced and budding artists who called him mentor, teacher, and friend.
Active in the Second Presbyterian music and fine arts ministry, he served
on the fine arts advisory team, sang in the Sanctuary Choir, and taught
watercolor classes. Bob’s artwork won numerous awards including merit
awards for watercolor and “Best Scene” and “People’s Choice” award in the
Hoosier Salon; the Presidents’ Award and the George Elliott Memorial Award
in the Watercolor Society of Indiana’s annual juried exhibit; merit awards
in the Indiana Artists annual juried exhibit; the Indiana State Fair and the
Will Vawter exhibit in Greenfield, IN. He was actively involved in Watercolor
Society of Indiana, Hamilton County Artists Association, The Hoosier
Salon, Indiana Artists Club, Between Paper & Palette Art Club, Northwest
Watercolor Society, Ram, and Indiana Heritage Arts.
Exhibit curated by Between Paper and Palette* and presented by Second
Presbyterian Fine Arts Advisory Team.
*Between Paper and Palette is a watercolor painting circle that takes place each
Wednesday at 10 AM at Second Presbyterian Church. For more information, contact the Music and Fine Arts Office at MFA@SecondChurch.org.