Crossroads Carnegie Art Center in Baker City celebrated its 22nd-annual Art at the Crossroads with an opening reception Sept. 4.
The annual exhibit was judged by Malcolm Phinney, artist and gallery owner of Phinney Gallery in Joseph.
• Realistic watercolor, Sandra Wood, Portland, for her work, “Shadows.” The award was sponsored by Quail Crossing Studio & Gallery.
• Best of show and people’s choice, Stephen Wadner, Union, mixed media piece “Diogenes.”
• Two-dimensional category, first place, Claire Remsberg, McCall, Idaho, “Wee Pond at Staircase.”
• Two-dimensional category, second place, Cindy Frazier, Baker City, “Chillaxin” pastel painting.
• Three-dimensional category, first place, Brenna Tyler, Union, for her piece, “Amethyst,” created from sagebrush, wood and amethyst.
• Three-dimensional category, second place, Gary Holt Peer, Marsing, Idaho, for his piece, “Isolation,” a wood sculpture in purpleheart wood.
Honorable mention awards were given to these artists:
• George Keister, Baker City, oil painting “Autumn at the Coast
• Paul Hoelscher, Baker City, acrylic creation, “The Gaffer.”
• Teresa Stearns Uriarte, photograph on metal, “Dualing Lavender.”
• Janni Kerns, Haines, graphite drawing, “Cinnamon Teals.”
• Stephen Wadner, Union, mixed-media clock, “Atomic Rhinestone.”
• Denise Elizabeth Stone, La Grande, acrylic and mixed-media painting, “Mapping the Shape of Air.”
• Genie Sue Weppner, Boise, raku, “Poppy Vase.”
• Pam Demo, Boise, ink-dyed paper collage, “Absaroke.”
• Laurel Macdonald, Boise, linocut hand-printed and hand-colored, “Sunflower.”
• Kay Gifford, Portland area, watercolor “That’s What Friends Are For.”
To see more items from the open regional show, go to crossroads-arts.org under “Art” and “Exhibits.”
More of the winning artwork will also be available on the Baker City Herald’s website, www.bakercityherald.com