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Keeseville Community Arts Festival: Plein Air Awards

AdkAction is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Plein Air Show at the Keeseville Community Arts Festival. Congratulations to the following prize winners and honorable mentions, and thank you to all 32 talented artists who participated. We sold a record $26,500 worth of artwork painted during this year’s festival!

First Place:  “Hazy Evening Wikham Marsh” by Tarryl Gabel
Second Place: “Keeseville” by Patrick McPhee
Third Place: “Haystack” by Sandra Hildreth
“Better Days” Award: “Swinging the Good Times” by Vera Doumanoff

Honorable Mentions:

“Storm Passing the Old Barn” by Dennon Walantus
“Ausable Point” by Katie Langford
“On Pray Road” by Jackie Clark

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