Plein Air art Best of show…

Eleven artists and 43 paintings were entered in the annual Plein Air Art contest that started in mid-June and concluded on July 4. The two-week competition centered on “open air art” painted within a 50-mile radius of downtown Meeker. Best of Show winner was Meeker’s Maym Cunningham with “East Pasture;” second place went to Meeker’s Pat Sheeran-Daggett with “The Jensen House;” third place went to Charles Morris with “Shadows Advancing;” and two honorable mentions went to Mary Pat Ettinger with “Faded Dreams” and Susan Thiele with “Scott’s Bay Estuary—Trapper’s Lake.” At left is Cunningham’s winning Best of Show painting.
Eleven artists and 43 paintings were entered in the annual Plein Air Art contest that started in mid-June and concluded on July 4. The two-week competition centered on “open air art” painted within a 50-mile radius of downtown Meeker. Best of Show winner was Meeker’s Maym Cunningham with “East Pasture;” second place went to Meeker’s Pat Sheeran-Daggett with “The Jensen House;” third place went to Charles Morris with “Shadows Advancing;” and two honorable mentions went to Mary Pat Ettinger with “Faded Dreams” and Susan Thiele with “Scott’s Bay Estuary—Trapper’s Lake.” At left is Cunningham’s winning Best of Show painting.
Eleven artists and 43 paintings were entered in the annual Plein Air Art contest that started in mid-June and concluded on July 4. The two-week competition centered on “open air art” painted within a 50-mile radius of downtown Meeker. Best of Show winner was Meeker’s Maym Cunningham with “East Pasture;” second place went to Meeker’s Pat Sheeran-Daggett with “The Jensen House;” third place went to Charles Morris with “Shadows Advancing;” and two honorable mentions went to Mary Pat Ettinger with “Faded Dreams” and Susan Thiele with “Scott’s Bay Estuary—Trapper’s Lake.” At left is Cunningham’s winning Best of Show painting.