Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibition
Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery presents the Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibition on view May 6-June 23, 2022.
Meet many of the artists during the Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibition reception on Saturday, May 14, from 3-8 p.m. Stop in May 6-June 23 to cast your vote on your favorite piece for the People's Choice Award. The winner of the People's Choice Award will be announced at 12 noon through social media and on the website.
2022 Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibition Artists:
Colorado - Susan Bell, Celeste Hodges, Chris Lucibella, Katherine Reed
Idaho - Megan Drew, Bonnie Griffith, Karen Morrow, Shayne Watkins
Montana - Evelyn Bergeron, Liz Chappie Zoller, Kathy Davies, Ken Deaver, Peggy Detienne, Thomas English, Barbara Garrett, Nancy Glover, Laurel Hanson, Connie Herberg, Mary Knapp, Laurie Kopec, Michael Koski, Helen Mackay, Mark Matthews, Judith McMurray, Leigh Morrison, Kimbie Noble, Amber Scally, Lynn Shield, Duane Steinmetz, Laurie Stevens, Lou Taylor, Robert Tompkins, Dorci Newman Tremblay, James K. Vincent, Shirle Wempner, Tom Wolfe, and Dana Zier
New Mexico - Carol Babington, Kari Rives, Sheldon Richards
Wyoming - Joanne Bornong, Corrina Johnson, David Kewitt, Mike McRann, Stephanie Rose
Awards for 2-dimensional Work
1st Place, Shaman, oil, Shirle Wempner, Big Timber, MT
2nd Place, Monarchs, oil on panel, Laurie Stevens, Great Falls, MT
3rd Place, Spring Water, pastel, Bonnie Griffith, Meridian, ID
4th Place, Colors of Clouds, oil, Megan Drew, Meridian, ID
Honorable Mention, Walnut Canyon, oil on canvas, Mike McRann, Lander, WY
Honorable Mention, Desert Air, mixed media, Celeste Hodges, Highlands Ranch, CO
Honorable Mention, Winter in Montana, pastel, Evelyn Bergeron, Billings, MT
Honorable Mention, Blue Sky, oil, Thomas English, Big Timber, MT
Honorable Mention, Willow Song, oil on linen panel, Stephanie Rose, Powell, MT
Awards for 3-dimensional Work
1st Place, Evolution of Form, forged & fabricated steel, Chris Lucibella, Salida, CO
2nd Place, A Fever of Rays, forged & fabricated steel, Chris Lucibella, Salida, CO
3rd Place, Peaches & Cream and their Children, clay, Kari Rives, Santa Fe, NM
Honorable Mention, A Leap Too Late, black walnut, Duane Steinmetz, Billings, MT
The exhibition juror is Terry Cooke Hall who is an accomplished artist from Bozeman, Montana. Hall says, “I spent 20 years working in the corporate world followed by co-owning a commercial art business with my sister, operating throughout San Diego County, eventually transitioning into a fine art career as a professional artist in 2009.” Over the years, Hall has focused exclusively on developing a fine art career. She has studied under nationally-known artists with an intense focus on foundational principles of fine art, impressionistic light, and color. Hall has earned numerous awards, exhibited in more than 30 major museum shows and several gallery group exhibitions. Her work is featured in several national magazines. The most recent article is in the Art of the West Magazine. Work created by Hall can be found in corporate and private collections across the nation.
This exhibition is organized by the Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery which is supported in part by grants from the Montana Arts Council, the Coal Tax Trust Fund for Cultural and Aesthetic Projects, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery provides access to art, supports artistic expression, and encourages creative experiences for the enrichment of our communities.