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2023 Keeseville Community Arts Festival: Plein Air Winners

AdkAction is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 Plein Air Show at the Keeseville Community Arts Festival. Congratulations to the following prize winners and honorable mentions, and thank you to all 39 talented artists who participated!

First Place:  “Waiting in Line” by Patricia Bellrose
Second Place: “Hazy Morning Wickham Marsh” by Tarryl Gabel

Third Place: “While the Gettin’s Good” by Katie Langford

“Limited Palette Award” Award: “Lily Pond at Wickham Marsh” by Vera Doumanoff
Uplifting Community Award: “Long Pond” by Patrick McPhee

Honorable Mentions:

“Morning with Mooing (Mace Chasm Farm)” by Holly Friesen
“Aroma Therapy” by Susan Whiteman
“Wickham Marsh Morning” by Christina Boyd

Christina Boyd with her panel

People’s Choice Award Artist: Tarryl Gabel

In addition to winning second place in the juried show, artist Tarryl Gabel was the crowd favorite for her entire slate of entered works, including the following pieces:

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