JULY 18 through OCTOBER 26
TAM’s 11th biennial statewide juried competition and exhibition celebrates the diverse interpretive vision of Idaho artists from across the state.
Also featuring . . .
July 18 - September 7
The Art of Kathi Jensen
Museum Artist Group Show
through corporate funds from Battelle Energy Alliance
Best in Show
Oil on canvas
18" x 24"
David Louis Jones
Dry Farm No. 4
Mixed media on panel
30" x 34"
Jeffery D. Ward
Still Life with Locust Branches
Oil on panel
16" x 20"
Stanley A. Cope
Margaret A. Thomas
Waiting for Blackbirds
2019 ACCEPTED ENTRIES
Stacy Beazer-Rogers ~ Pink Quilt Dancer
L.D. Bingham ~ 65th South
Elizabeth Bowhan ~ The Splash of Water
Kathleen Burggraf ~ Ceramic on Vinyl I
Nikyra Capson ~ Life-On-Line #5
Ashley Carlson ~ Head Quarters and At Night II
Kristol Coker ~ Eternal Bond
Jason Coles ~ Pointe Shoes #2
Stanley A. Cope ~ Residential Redo
Kyle Denning ~ Alice Wilson at Redfish
Helen H. Farrell ~ Second Transformation
Christine Fortner ~ After the Rain
Scott E. Franson ~ Silent Sound
Matthew Geddes ~ Repose and Blacksmith
Bonnie Zahn Griffith ~ Resilience
Elizabeth Herrmann ~ Driving Wheel and Coming Round the Bend
Ron Hicks ~ A Favorite Place
Rehle Higham ~ Hidden Winter
Carma Hobbs ~ Winter Retreat
Karen Jacobsen ~ Sawtooth Sunrise
Sonja Johnson ~ Echinacea
Sarah Johnson ~ My Shadow
David Louis Jones ~ Dry Farm No. 4 and Dry Farm No. 3
Joe Keller ~ An Evening Worth Remembering
Jo Lien ~ Stillness and September
Bruce Miller ~ Blue on Black - Glacier Ice on Volcano Sands Beach
Benjamin Palmer ~ Big Elk Creek and In the Shadow of the Grand
Amy Jo Popa ~ Wednesday
Christine Raymond ~ Never Again, Again
Bernadette Regnier ~ Cactus Blooms and Six Hens
Roy Reynolds ~ Pasture Snow
Jacob Secrest ~ Child's Play aka Goldy & Friends
Michael Sessions ~ The Catch and Ball My Ass
Margaret A. Thomas ~ At the Park and Smokin' Ribs
Dustin Thompson ~ Contemplative Architecture, Post Modern Vase and Contemplative Architecture, Platter
Hannah Trost ~ Moonlit Mesa
Sue Tyler ~ Waiting for Bluebirds and Afternoon Clouds
Jeffrey D. Ward ~ Still Life with Locust Branches and Bright Slice
2019 ART Idaho Juror
Kristin Poole has served as Artistic Director at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts since 1997 where she leads programming for the accredited museum whose multidisciplinary approach involves exploring topics of relevancy through visual art exhibitions, humanities lectures and seminars, music and theatre performances. A curator and art historian, Poole also develops exhibitions, lectures and writes on topics related to modernism, American Craft and contemporary art.
Prior to joining the staff at the Center, Poole worked as an independent lecturer, consultant, and art historian. Previous experience includes: Director of Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition; Curatorial Assistant, Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago); and Director of Lill Street Gallery (Chicago). She holds an MA in Modern Art History from the University of Chicago and a BA in Studio Art and English from Denison University.
COMPETITION & EXHIBIT
ART Idaho is open to all artists currently residing in Idaho. All interpretations and mediums are considered. 2-D and 3-D works are welcome. Entries must be original, entirely the work of the entrant, and created without the supervision of an art instructor. The work may not have been previously exhibited at TAM and must have been completed in the last two years. *The next ARTidaho entry deadline will be in 2021.