Driggs Plein Air
2019 Grand Prize Best of Show winner Katy Ann Fox with her painting, “I Heard It Had a Past,” with judges Scott Christensen and John Poon

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Driggs Plein Air Festival (Idaho)! Scott Christensen and John Poon were the judges, and Scott Jones shared a presentation on “The Art of Collecting Art” to a crowd of artists and collectors.

Best of Show: Katy Ann Fox, “I Heard It Had a Past”

1st Place: Ellie Wilson, “The Ravine”

2nd Place: Charity Anderson, “Secret Encounter”

3rd Place: Allen Brockbank, “Auto Body”

4th PAPI Award: Kadin Goldberg, “Put to Rest”

Honorable Mention: Don Miskin, “Tetons”

Honorable Mention: David Dean, “Morning Glow”

Honorable Mention: Ellie Wilson, “Entropy at Work”

Honorable Mention: Katy Ann Fox, “As Sure as the Sun”

People’s Choice: Teri McLaren, “Soulful Search”

Artists’ Choice: Kelli Sullivan: “River Bend”

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  1. It was a great show and we had a ton of fun. Thanks much to the judges and the Teton Gallery Executive Director, Alison Brush, and to all of the many volunteers who made this show possible. Thank you also to Scott Christensen who generously allowed the plein air participants to tour his lovely studio and home. It was a memorable trip.

  2. I want to echo Hyn’s comment. The entire experience, the people, the town, and the valley, (“The Quiet Side of the Tetons”) were all beautiful. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the Driggs Digs Plein Air, and I am appreciative of all the time and effort required to organize and execute such an event. Finally, the workshops were worthwhile, and I’m earnestly trying to incorporate things I learned. I traveled from Texas to the event, and now I’ve had a chance to tell my Texas friends of the adventure, they just might want to come with me in 2020.


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