Judges named for art show
Central Idaho Art Association’s (CIAA) announces the judges for its Annual Spring Show and Sale April 21 through 23.
Liz Clark has been an Idaho resident since 1983. She is the CIAA’s fine arts Show judge. She hails from New York and received her art education from the College of New Rochelle and Columbia in fine arts and education. Liz works in watercolor, acrylics, oils as well as chalks. Her art career incorporated designing and building signs, displays and promotional materials. Early in her career she worked at a New York City advertising agency, while also painting sets, signs, murals for Bloomingdales. She worked on the editorial staff at Progressive Architecture Magazine.
Her adventurous and varied background includes working in the Peace Corps in Brazil, teaching art in the Bronx, co-owning a Soup and Salad business in Seattle and a Little Bread Company in Salt Lake City. She built the Grangeville Gem Signs business and now looks toward retirement and metal working art.
Kristy DeYoung hails from Kamiah and is the Show’s photography judge. Kristy has been a serious photographer the past sixteen years and is mainly a self-taught photographer, along with taking a few college photography courses. She began by photographing horses, then eventually branched out to other subjects. She states, “I like capturing personality and spirit.” She has been a past instructor presenting classes geared toward familiarization with various cameras, camera equipment and lenses. She focuses on the editing features of the cameras as well as editing features in computer photo programs.
Kristy’s photography background includes volunteer work for the United States Forest Service documenting the fire lookouts on the San Bernardino National Forest in southern California; she has photographed public events. The Forest Service webpage includes pictures potographed by Kristy.
The CIAA Art Show and Sale is Thursday—April 21 (9:00am – 5:00pm), Friday—April 22 (9:00am – 7pm), and Saturday—April 23 (10:00am 4:00pm). Show venue is the SUPER 8 Hotel, conference room:  801 S W 1st St/Hwy 95, Grangeville. Friday evening, April 22, complimentary wine and cheese, music, Silent Auction and Raffle Ticket winners’ announcements will take place at a Special Appetizer Buffet from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Show venue is the Grangeville SUPER 8 Hotel. Public invited. For more information email ciaa.idaho@gmail.com.

Liz Clark is one of the judges for the CIAA Spring Show. No photo available of Kristy DeYoung.




















Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


Classified Ads

503 King St.
P.O. Box 157
Cottonwood, ID 83522-0157
Fax 208-962-7131
Template Design by: