2022 Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show

Dir Choice 0105: ‘Nature’s Jewelry’ by Jody Gilmore 1st steve 0100: Cynde Wilson’s oil painting ‘Steve’ 1HM meeks 101: Kay Meeks painted ‘Whispering Lullaby’ 2 Bison 107: Jody Gilmore’s oil painting ‘The Boss’ 3 097: Bailey Schupp’s ‘Beetle Sunning’ 3rd 090: Heather McCullough’s watercolor ‘Trail Clearing’ 3HM 093: Bonnie Nelson’s ‘Night Rider’

SUBLETTE COUNTY – Many fairgoers visited the annual Lynn Thomas Memorial Art Show & Sale in the Sublette County Fairgrounds’ Community Building, to enjoy local artists’ range of styles and subjects.

Artist Bonnie Nelson won the Sublette Centennial Committee’s “old barn” contest with her oil painting “Old Pape Barn.”

Show director Sharon Schell selected “Nature’s Jewelry” by Jody Gilmore as Director’s Choice.

Judges chose “Steve” by Cynde Wilson for first place, with Kay Meeks painting “Whispered Lullaby” receiving honorable mention.

Second place went to “The Boss” by Jody Gilmore and Bailey Schupp’s “Beetle Sunning” received second honorable mention. Third place went to “Trail Clearing,” a watercolor by Heather McCullough and Bonnie Nelson’s “Night Rider” was the third honorable mention.

Dir Choice 0105: ‘Nature’s Jewelry’ by Jody Gilmore 1st steve 0100: Cynde Wilson’s oil painting ‘Steve’ 1HM meeks 101: Kay Meeks painted ‘Whispering Lullaby’ 2 Bison 107: Jody Gilmore’s oil painting ‘The Boss’ 3 097: Bailey Schupp’s ‘Beetle Sunning’ 3rd 090: Heather McCullough’s watercolor ‘Trail Clearing’ 3HM 093: Bonnie Nelson’s ‘Night Rider’

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