As an adjunct professor at the University of Dayton for over twenty years, Tim taught illustration, drawing, advanced figure drawing and designed a new pilot class, Anatomy Drawing for Pre-Med Students. Tim began a second career teaching at Lehman Catholic High School in Sidney, Ohio. “Seeing the excitement expressed by a student who has developed a skill that they previously weren’t sure of has been fulfilling in a way I had not imagined.”
Tim is the current artist-in-residence at the Museum of Spiritual Art in Franklin, Ohio and is the founding Director of the MOSA Academy of Art. The Academy provides skilled-based art instruction for high school students, art educators and adults.
Tim’s work is included in the collections of The Anthenaeum of Ohio, Coca-Cola Co., Christendom College, The Diocese of Covington, General Electric, The Museum of Spiritual Art, and the University of Dayton. 
Tim and his wife, Linda, have five children, two grandchildren and live in Kettering, Ohio.
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  • Due to social distancing – there will be an ONSITE and ONLINE Show & Sale
  • Artists may submit up to 4 pieces for the Onsite Show and Sale need to follow the standard criteria noted.
  • Then Artists may submit up to another 4 pieces for online sale! (This criteria is more lax and is noted as well.)
  • This is the 1st time ever that Artists have been able to submit up to 8 pieces of art for sale!
  • Deadline for registration is June 5, 2020
  • Deadline for dropping off art is June 12, 2020


  • $500 - Best of Show
  • $100 - 1st Place Painting
  • $100 - 1st Place Drawing
  • $100 - 1st Place 3D
  • $75 – 2nd Place Painting
  • $75 - 2nd Place Drawing
  • $75 - 2nd Place 3D
  • $50 – 3rd Place Painting
  • $50 – 3rd Place Drawing
  • $50 – 3rd Place 3D
  • $100 - People’s Choice
  • $100 - Religious Theme
  • 6 Honorable Mention Ribbons

Maria Stein Shrine's 10th Annual 

2020 Art Show Judge:  Tim Langenderfer

After earning a BFA from Ohio University in 1984, Tim Langenderfer began his artistic career as an illustrator at a Dayton commercial art studio. In 1989, he began his freelance career creating illustration art for clients such as Anheuser Busch, Bath and Body Works, Coca-Cola, Dell, IBM, Procter & Gamble, and Delta Airlines. Under the pseudonym, Tim Stout, he illustrated for the Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Golf Magazine, and other national publications.

June 26 - July 17, 2020

Monday - Thursday: 9:30am-6:00pm,   Friday & Saturday: 9:30am-4:00pm,   Sunday: 12:00pm-4:00pm