Tri-Lakes: An Artist's View 2003

Tri-Lakes: An Artist's View 2003
Photograph by Sky Hall

The first event sponsored by Tri-Lakes Views was launched by a colorful gala featuring "Body Packaging". The art show featured more than 100 Colorado artists and allowed the organization to make a $5000 donation to the Palmer Lake Historical Society.

  • BEST OF SHOW: Eagle Native American by Ruth Burink
  • BEST OF GENERAL ART:Sunset over Mt. Herman by Janice Niblack
  • BEST OF FINE ART: 105 in Blues by Richard Cadis
  • BEST OF FINE CRAFT: Japanese Ikebana by Jan Cashman
  • JUROR'S AWARDS: Inspiration Point by Lisa Smith and Red & Orange by Mary Alice Fullerton
  • BEST OF SHOW JUNIORS: No Soup by Jen Van Horn
  • JUROR'S AWARD JUNIORS: Old General Store by Alex Roth
  • PEOPLES AWARD: Beginning II by Michael McMullen
  • SPONSORS: Peoples National Bank; MasterBilt Homes; Mountain View Electric Association; Aquila; Adelphia; USAA; GMS, Inc.; Rampart Commercial; International Webworks.com; Grant Thornton; Tri-Lakes Tribune
  • STEERING COMMITTEE: Marylou Doehrman, Bonnie Biggs, Sky Hall and Rebecca Hendricks of the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce; Barbara Johnson & Sandra Kinchen of Tri-Lakes Women's Club; David McLean of Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts & Tri-Lakes Sertoma; Roger Davis of Palmer Lake Historical Society and Vail Museum; Bonny Dermody of Lewis-Palmer High School; Bob Smith of Kiwanis Club; Susan Miner of the Town of Palmer Lake; Lyne Lundquist of Palmer Lake Chautauqua Society; Betty Konarski from the Town of Monument; Pat Yorke of Woodmoor Improvement Association; Andrew de Naray, Mary-Winter Stingley from the Tri-Lakes Community