2019 Exhibition Winners

You are viewing the winners of the 40th Idaho Watercolor Society Annual  Membership Exhibition juried by Iain Steward, AWS, NWS.

Click here to view all the artwork in the show.

 

Fork Ran Away with Spoon - Leslie Redhead. Juror's Choice, IWS Award

 

Quiet Stillness - Mareth Warren. First Place, IWS Award

 

Sheep St. - Dwight Williams. Second Place, IWS Award

 

BB - Lori K. Seale. Third Place, IWS Award

 

Dont Fence Me In - Rene Galligher. M. Graham & Co., Ruth Clark IWS Founder's Award

 

Idaho Back Country - Paula Guth. Blick Art Materials Award

 

Ageless Beauty - Carol HasBrouck. Will Nelson Memorial Award by Roots Family History

 

Raft River Valley - Laurie Asahara. Cheap Joe's Art Stuff

 

Bride's Maids - Anne Merkley. HK Holbein Artist Materials Award

 

Lincoln City Drawbridge - Dennis Hayzlett. Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. Award

 

Ponte Vecchio - Patricia Fennell. Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. Award

 

Margaret - Margaret Thomas. HK Holbein Artist Materials Award

 

My Old Farm - Jayne Kratzer. Ed Robinson IWS Award

 

Refugia - Robin Coen. Bill McCusker Memorial Award

 

Steelhead - David Dillon. Blick Art Materials Award

 

Seasoned - Joanne Duffin. Blick Art Materials Award

 

Antiques and Collectibles - Bobbi Kelly. Jack Richeson & Co., Inc. Award

 

Nora - Shelly Johnson. Golden Artists Colors, Inc. Award

 

Fragile Prickly Pear - Bernadette Regnier. Winsor & Newton Award

 

Winter Palouse - Sharon Herther. Strathmore Artist Papers Award

 

Yellowstone Bison - Linda Aman

 

Woolly - Gail Grecol

 

Sunlit Morning - Joan Frey

 

Dressing Up and Dreaming - Karen Hickman

 

Sunny - Kathleen Whitaker

 

Daylight Seeker - JackieZumalt

 

Sun Kissed - Jean AhFong

 

Dancing Culture - Nancy Inaba

 

Garden Beauty - Jeanne Wallace

 

Cooper - Roy Gover

 

Backyard Spring - Linda Carlson

 

Eastman Street - Melisa Pearson

 

In a Time of Plenty - Laurel Lake McGuire

 

Summer Rose - Loretta Barra

 

Biding Time - Anne Watson Sorensen

 

Entrada - Don Belts

 

Blanche Doorway - Kerri Lindstrom

 

Incoming Storm - Donald Nafus

 

Descent - Barbara Watkins-

 

Fall Colors - Marilyn Henderson

 

Plumeria - Marjorie Reinecker

 

Cliff Dwellers - Mary-Ann Artis

 

HotL Z - Michael Sessions

 

Historical House - Peggy Conrad

 

Family Beach Trip - Rehle Higham

 

Flowers Sale - Kathy Holzer

 

Taping Determination - Stan Copen

 

Jean's Mother's Iris - Sue Antonich

 

Grounded - Betty Runkle

 

Apple Tree - Carol Smith

 

Moose - Connie Pepper

 

Sentinels of the Past - Cherry Woodbury

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