2018 Art on the Green Juried Show Winners

The Art on the Green Juried Show features artwork which has been submitted for review and acceptance by the show art judges, and represents some the best work being created locally and regionally.

At the 2018 Art on the Green Juried Show, over $3,500 in purchase prizes and cash awards were awarded for exemplary pieces. These awards ensure that the CCA's dedication to the arts extends beyond the Art on the Green festival and other cultural activities to the community at large.

Congratulations to our 2018 prize winners:

BEST IN SHOW

1st Place $500 : Janet King, Freeland, Washington - Dancin’ Dahlia
2nd Place $250 : Catherine Earle, Sandpoint, Idaho - Seeking Wisdom
3rd Place $100 : Vicki Bleile, Bonners Ferry, Idaho - Red Fir/White Fir

PHOTOGRAPHY

1st Place $200 : JoSann Lien, Hayden, Idaho - Stillness
2nd Place $150 : Gay Waldman, Spokane, Washington - Orchid Scrolls
3rd Place $100 : Brett Scarola, Bellingham, Washington - Airstream Thunderbird

FIBER

1st Place $200 : Pam Hansen, Millwood, Washington - A Fragile Balance
2nd Place $150 : David Cyphers, Twin Falls, Idaho - Parrot of Paradise
3rd Place $100 : Pam Hansen, Millwood, Washington - Transitions

MIXED MEDIA & DRAWING

1st Place $200 : Mary Dee Dodge, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho - LaLa Land
2nd Place $150 : Sydney Croteau, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho - Bee Eater
3rd Place $100 : Chase Halland, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho - Never Ending Battle

PAINTING

1st Place $200 : Ezekiel Fee, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho - Just After 5
2nd Place $150 : Pat Coyne, Newman Lake, Washington - Mountain Road
3rd Place $100 : Becky Gromlich, Spokane, Washington - Puddle Jumpers

SCULPTURE

1st Place $200 : Shannon Thomasson, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho - Divergent #2
2nd Place $150 : Deborah Hern, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho - The Messenger
3rd Place $100 : Ken Nguyen-Scott, Spokane Valley, Washington - Mystic Treasure


(Interested in applying to the Juried Show? Find out more on the Juried Show Application page.)


THE BROOTEN AWARD

Named for Opal and Lloyd Brooten, two of the original founders of the CCA and Art on the Green, this award is donated to a school in the County.

PAST BROOTEN AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • 1992 Harrison Elementary
  • 1993 Winton Elementary
  • 1994 Lake City High School
  • 1995 Garwood Elementary
  • 1996 Coeur d'Alene High School
  • 1997 Project Coeur d'Alene
  • 1998 Woodland Middle School
  • 1999 Timberlake Jr. & Sr. High
  • 2000 Project Coeur d'Alene
  • 2001 Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy
  • 2002 Brian Elementary
  • 2003 Post Falls High School
  • 2004 Sorensen Elementary School
  • 2005 Atlas Elementary School
  • 2006 Lakes Middle School
  • 2007 Sorensen Elementary School
  • 2008 Bridge Academy
  • 2009 Borah Elementary School
  • 2010 Canfield Middle School
  • 2011 Hayden Meadows Elementary School
  • 2015 Fernan Elementary School
  • 2017 Kootenai Technical Education Campus
  • 2018 River City Middle School

THE COMMUNITY PURCHASE AWARD

Each year the CCA selects a building of the community to receive a painting or sculpture from the Juried Show.

PAST COMMUNITY PURCHASE AWARD RECIPIENTS

  • 1989 Cultural Center
  • 1990 Hayden Library
  • 1991 Kootenai County Jail
  • 1992 Kootenai County Courthouse
  • 1993 Hayden Lake Library
  • 1994 Panhandle Health District
  • 1995 Kootenai County Drivers License Bureau
  • 1996 Idaho State Tax Commission
  • 1997 Kootenai County Recorder's Office
  • 1998 Panhandle Health District
  • 1999 Harding Family Center
  • 2000 Kootenai County Voter Registration/Election
  • 2001 Post Falls Public Library
  • 2002 Juvenile Detention Center Library
  • 2003 The Women's Center
  • 2004 University of Idaho
  • 2005 Dirne Community Health Center
  • 2006 Panhandle Health District/Division of Environment
  • 2007 Kootenai Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Center
  • 2008 Coeur d'Alene Public Library
  • 2009 Lake City Senior Center
  • 2010 Kootenai Medical Center
  • 2011 Hospice House
     

PRESIDENT'S PRIZE

This prize is awarded to a piece chosen by the North Idaho College president and the juried show judges. The winning piece becomes a part of the college's permanent collection.