Beyond the Battlefield  Opening in North Canton Gallery, July 2004
Awards for A. V. Lindenberger's Civil War and
Gettysburg Artwork
Sarah Emma Edmonds II: Transformation/Liberation, Second Place, Adams County Arts
Council’s 8th Annual Juried Exhibition at the Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg
College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 2011
Impassioned, Best of Show at Midwest Color 2010, Firelands Association for the Visual
Arts New Union Center for the Arts, Oberlin, Ohio, 2010

Road to Bull Run, First Place at the 2009 Veteran’s Memorial Art & History Exhibition:
“Honoring the Courageous” at The Arcade, Newark, Ohio, 2009
If Ever There Were a Righteous Cause, Third Place at the 2009 Veteran’s Memorial Art &
History Exhibition: “Honoring the Courageous” at The Arcade, Newark, Ohio, 2009
Notions of Safety and Security, Honorable Mention in the Adams County 5th Annual
Juried Exhibition at the Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg,
Pennsylvania, 2008
Early Morning Solitude, Third Place at the Cuyahoga Valley Art Center's Colored Pencil
Exhibition, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 2008.
Notions of Safety and Security, First Place in the Drawings and Original Prints Category,  
66th Annual May Show at The Little Art Gallery in North Canton, Ohio, 2008.
Messenger received the People's Choice Award at the Adams County Arts Council's 4th
Annual Juried Art Exhibition at the Gettysburg Railroad Station in Gettysburg,
Pennsylvania, 2007.
Far from Home, Second Place in Drawing & Original Prints, 65th Annual May Show,
The Little Art Gallery in North Canton, Ohio, 2007.
The End of Innocence, First Place, CPSA DC 104's Michigan Colored Pencil 2006, The
Lotus Gallery in Plymouth, Michigan, 2006.

Messenger*, Prince's Art and Framing Award, Cincinnati Art Club's 35th Annual
ViewPoint 2003 Competition in Cincinnati, Ohio, 2003.

Calm Before the Storm, Second Place, The Valley Art Center's 31st Annual Juried
Exhibition Competition in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 2002.

Messenger*, DC 113 Award for Excellence, 10th International CPSA Exhibition, Fort
Worth, Texas, 2002.
Beyond the Battlefield Series, Second Place in the Drawings and Prints Category, The
Zane Square Arts Festival, Lancaster, Ohio, 2001.

Messenger*, Honorable Mention, The 30th Annual Juried Exhibition Competition, The
Valley Art Center, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, 2001.

The Union is Dissolved!, The Friends of CPSA Award, The Midwest Color Exhibition,
Avon Lake, Ohio, 1998.

The Union is Dissolved!, Honorable Mention in the Drawings and Prints Category, The
56th Annual May Show, The Little Art Gallery, 1997.

Best Friends, The Winsor Newton Award, The Midwest Color Exhibition, Birmingham,
Michigan, 1997.

The Union is Dissolved!, First Place, "I Can't Believe It's Colored Pencil!" Exhibit,
Quaker Square, Akron, Ohio, 1997.

Best Friends, Award for Realism, Stark County Artists' Exhibit, Massillon Museum of
Art, Massillon, Ohio, 1996.

Gettysburg Tribute, First Place, "I Can't Believe It's Colored Pencil!" Exhibit, Quaker
Square, Akron, Ohio, 1995.

Best Friends, Juror's Special Award, May Show at The Little Art Gallery, North Canton,
Ohio, 1995.

Best Friends, Best of Show, Salt Fork Arts and Crafts Festival, Cambridge, Ohio, 1994.

Gettysburg Tribute, Third Place, Mankind So Far Exhibit, Townehouse Gallery,
Sistersville, West Virginia, 1994.

Best Friends, Best Portrait, Salt Fork Arts and Crafts Festival, Cambridge, Ohio, 1993.
Sarah Emma Edmonds I: Departure, Art Design Consultants Award, 43rd Annual
Viewpoint Exhibition, Cincinnati, OH 2011

The series of limited edition prints and originals are available to purchase through:
A.V. Lindenberger's Civil War Fine Art Gallery and Studio
333 Baltimore Street in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Summer Sunset, McPherson Farm, First Place, Fine Art Category, BarnArt2011,
Gettysburg, PA 2011
Sarah Emma Edmonds I: Departure, Finalist, Abstract/Experimental Category, The
Artist's Magazine's 28th Annual Art Competition, 2011
Sarah Emma Edmonds II: Transformation/Liberation, Second Place, Drawings and
Original Prints Category, 70th Annual May Show, The Little Art Gallery, North Canton,
OH, 2012