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TAM’s 12th biennial statewide juried competition and exhibition celebrates the diverse interpretive vision of Idaho artists from across the state. ART Idaho is open to all artists currently residing in Idaho.

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Best of Show $1000

Presented by Bank of Idaho
Sisters in Migration: India
Delphine Keim and Sally Graves Machlis


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2nd Place $500

Fire Season, Teton Valley
Karen Jacobsen


3rd Place $250

Aubrilyn Forson

  • Darrell Allen ~ Warm River
  • Linda Aman ~ Encaustic Red and Waves of Blue Blossom
  • Mary G. Arnold ~ Bear at Dusk
  • Leslie Jay Bosch ~ Bittersweet, Quan Yin and The Giving Tree
  • Kelly Coates ~ Grizzly Bear Drawing
  • Sally Cannon Ellis ~ Summer Time to Fall
  • Sheila Fletcher ~ Portrait of Colette
  • Aubrilyn Forson ~ Simon
  • Bonnie Zahn Griffith ~ A Touch of Red and Solitude
  • Courtney Gruver ~ What Dreams May Come
  • Ron Hicks ~ A Secret Place
  • Carma Hobbs ~ Yesterday's Wheel
  • Karen Jacobsen ~ Down Valley/Springtime and Fire Season, Teton Valley
  • Sarah Johnson ~ Remembering Mischief
  • Sonja Johnson ~ A Winter's Tale and Dream On
  • David Louis Jones ~ Agrarian No. 52
  • Steven James Jorde ~ Alley in Fall and South Fork Aspens
  • Joe Keller ~ Fun to Get Lost and What a Day for a Daydream
  • Olya Lane ~ Silence and Teton's Greatness
  • Delphine Keim and Sally Graves Machlis ~ Sisters in Migration: Cuba and Sisters in Migration: India
  • Savanah Marutz Bytheway ~ Country in Color and Franklin Falls Ghost Town
  • Nolan Parson ~ Found . . . and Found and River Haven
  • Linda Patterson ~ Shapes of Fear-Persisting
  • Min Puno ~ Alien and Amethyst
  • Bernadette Regnier ~ Alexa and Sandhill Cranes
  • Claire Remsberg ~ Pool & Spill and Romancing the Malad
  • Les Scott ~ Run to Failure and The Traveler
  • Michael Sessions ~ Winter Walk
  • Sue Tyler ~ Island Park Serenity and Winter Range Transformed
  • Marina Zavalova ~ Sunny Day


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Michael Faison is the executive director of the Idaho Commission on the Arts. He holds a BFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin and a Masters in Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Faison previously served as the director of the Arts in Education Division of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, assistant director of the Oregon Arts Commission, and executive director of the Center for Arts Management and Technology at Carnegie Mellon University. He served as an information technology consultant for Pittsburgh’s Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild and was a high school art and visual design teacher in the Austin Independent School District. Faison is a former commercial illustrator and photographer, and has worked in press and pre-press. He serves on several nonprofit boards, including the Boise Sunrise Rotary Club.

Image comprised of details of the following artwork:
Sue Tyler, Island Park Serenity (acrylic); Delphine Keim and Sally Graves Machlis, Sisters in Migration: Cuba (mixed media on Rives BFK with tinted/cut vinyl); Bonnie Zahn Griffith, Solitude (pastel); Savanah Marutz Bytheway, Country in Color (oil); Sarah Johnson, Remembering Mischief (colored pencil); Bernadette Regnier, Sandhill Cranes (linocut); David Louis Jones, Agrarian No. 52 (acrylic on canvas)


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