Je Reviens (I Shall Return) by Lizzy Taylor

Treasure Valley Artists’ Alliance proudly presents:

The 2019 Juried Show.

Fifty-four works of art chosen by juror Laurel Macdonald will be on display at Boise State Public Radio beginning January 25th, 2019. Macdonald prized artwork that expressed originality, craftsmanship and delivered a “wow” factor.

This year’s Juried Show will not only celebrate TVAA’s artists but, also Boise State Public Radio. BSPR has graciously hosted quarterly shows since TVAA’s founding. Due to the ever changing needs of news organizations, BSPR has made the hard decision to close its facilities to the public in March of 2019. The 2019 Juried Show will be the final show TVAA will hang at BSPR.

When: January 25th 5:30 to 8:00

             Awards Presented at 6:30

Where: Boise State Public Radio,

            Yanke Family Research Park

            220 E Parkcenter Blvd.,Boise,

           (Take an immediate left turn after entering the first set of doors.)

Participating artists:
Deborah Alexakos
Mary Arnold
Jesse Bateman
Amy Bennick
Greg Bishop
Kellie Cosho
Pam Demo
Bernard Echanow
Linda Feinberg
Debby Graf
Lynetta Hagler
Betty Hayzlett
Len Klikunas
Patricia Koleini
Bonnie Liles
Nina S.Litvinoff
Barbara McCaslin-Sand
Mark McGinnis
Michael Norsk
Bonnie Peacher
Ashley Quick Sunshine
Claire Remsberg
Diane Rice
Kerri Silvernell
Joe Smiga
Jill Storey
Angela Stout
Jessie Swimeley
Lizzie Taylor
Trish Thorpe
Rena Vandewater
Helen Grainger Wilson
Kokanee Spawning
Cheryl Wurtenberger

About the Juror:
Laurel Macdonald is Linocut, artist now working and living in Boise.
She taught high school art and has given various oil painting, journal-making, and printing workshops around the Pullman/ Moscow area.
She works primarily with printing processes, like linocuts; her imagery comes from nature (flowers, dogs, birds, fish, people).  Her print, Waiting for Godot, appeared on the Jan 2, 2019,  cover of Boise Weekly.  Her oil painting, Sisters, was the signature image for the Smith and Coelho Show April 2018. Currently, she was the carving instructor for the Dia de Los Muertos workshops at JUMP, Sept/Oct. 2018.She recently moved to Boise from Moscow, ID.  Her prints can be seen at Bloom’s in Boise, ID, Dahmen’s Barn in Uniontown, WA, Gritman Hospital in Moscow, ID, Black Cypress in Pullman, WA, The Wellness Center in Moscow, ID, and Book People in Moscow, ID