You are viewing the 46 paintings juried into the 2022 IWS Annual Exhibition. Esteemed Artisit, Anne Abgott, was the Juror.

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JUROR'S CHOICE: Chasing the Light, Jeriann Sabin

 

FIRST PLACE: Ludo, Shelly Johnson

 

SECOND PLACE: Doggie in the Window, Helen Edwards

 

THIRD PLACE: Beautiful Birds, She Said, Kathy Whitaker

 

FOURTH PLACE, RUTH CLARK FOUNDER'S AWARD: Alone on the River, Hugh Mossman

 

BETTY BENSON MEMORIAL AWARD: Spooning, Marilyn Holte

 

WELLES SEIFERT MEMORIAL AWARD: Savage Determination, Lester Scott

 

ED ROBINSON MEMORIAL AWARD: Poppy Morning, Elizabeth LaRowe

 

WILL NELSON MEMORIAL, Roots Family History AWARD: Temple of the Sinawava, Laurie Asahara

 

M.GRAHAM & COMPANY AWARD: True Grit, Cynthia Kay Henry

 

GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS AWARD: Spring Sheep Drive -- Boise Foothills, Larry Boyd

 

JERRY'S ARTARAMA AWARD: Meandering Creek, Jackie Zumalt

 

JERRY'S ARTARAMA AWARD: Creature Comforts, Beth Trott

 

CHEAP JOE'S ART STUFF: The Little Senorita, Lynn McConnell

 

THE MERRI ARTIST AWARD: Worth Their Wagesv, Torgeson Murdoch

 

HK HOLBEIN ARTIST MATERIALS AWARD: Puddle Club, Ilse Schreiner

 

HK HOLBEIN ARTIST MATERIALS AWARD: The Moment Before It's Gone, Kerri Lindstrom

 

BLICK ART MATERIALS AWARD: Spring Just in Time, Steve Gruber

 

BLICK ART MATERIALS AWARD: Lazy Hazy Dayzzz, Jean Nelson Ah Fong

 

BLICK ART MATERIALS AWARD: Fall in Light and Shadow, Sally Ellis

 

BLICK ART MATERIALS AWARD: Be Leaves #3, Anne Watson Sorenson

 

CREATIVE CATALYST PRODUCTIONS AWARD: French Breakfast, Rachel Linquist

 

QUALITY ART SUPPLY AWARD: It's All About Me, Teresa Wade

 

Afternoon at Mills Lake, Jessica Bryant

 

American Kestrel Visit, Janet Murphy

 

Child With A Plan, Loretta Barra

 

Crescent Goddess, Cherry Woodbury- Lomax

 

Early Analog, Carma Hobbs

 

East of Vernal, Dennis Hayzlett

 

Echoes from the Past, Carol Spoor

 

Fishing's Reward, Linda Gray

 

French Creek, Sharon Herther

 

Glads, Connie Pepper

 

Lavarock Cinquefoil, Linda Carlson

 

Maybe Next Year, Roy Grover

 

Migraine, Andrea Harris

 

Old Chip, Dwight Williams

 

Mijito (My Son), Renee Galligher

 

Nicole Jordan, Miss Rodeo Idaho, Joyce Green

 

Spring Willows, Patricia Fennell

 

Summer Fun, Jane Shimon

 

Sunflower Morning, Garianne Erwin

 

Swan Reflections, Susan Snyder

 

Winter Tree on a Summer Day, Neila Loebs

 

Yellow-billed Storkv, Karyn deKramer

 

Empty Lane Hollow Beauty, Don Belts - Alternate

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