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Wild and Scenic Film Festival Artist Showcase

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is coming to town and Nevada City has turned into an art gallery.  The film festival in collaboration with Nevada County Arts has brought over 60 local and visiting artists.  The works are being showcased  in venues ranging from New Moon, Mowen Solinisky Gallery, Miners Foundry, Scotch Broom, Matteo’s Public and Kitkitdizzi.  The theme for this year’s festival is Climate Change and the varying mediums of work illuminate this theme in a range of ways.  Check out the art and wine stroll on Saturday afternoon, or pop into any one of the locations through out town and soak up the amazing talent on display.  Photos in today’s post spotlight artists: Art of the Wild, LeeAnn Brook, Phil Brown, Sheila Cameron, Sarah Coleman and Tahiti Pehrson, Kenna Foster, Jeff LittonDylan McConnell, Terra Nyssa, Richard Swayze, Amy Yerman and Katherine Schad.

*Edited to include the winners froms the Exhibition Awards**

Best of Show: Rob Matthews & Leslie Guinan, at JJ Jacksons
Best of Theme: Eli Rush, at the Alpha Bldg.
Best Emerging Artist: Patrick Scudero, Neighborhood Center of the Arts at Broad Street Bistro
Jurors’ Award: Sarah Coleman & Tahiti Pehrson at Kitkitdizzi
Jurors’ Award: Reese Sutfin at Matteo’s
Honorable Mention/ Best Sense of Place: The Ridge Tapestry Project at The Center for the Arts

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  1. LeeAnn Brook
    LeeAnn Brook says:

    Erin, your blog continues to be the pulse of Nevada City, in such a unique way with your wonderful photography. Thank you for taking the time to visit the many venues that are exhibiting art on the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, and photograph the work in its setting. This important aspect not only calls attention to the size and scale of the artworks, but also the beautiful settings of our local businesses. Thank you for taking things “one step further”.

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  2. Moira
    Moira says:

    So fun to go on one of your photography strolls. Once again, thank you for sharing your beautiful photos and the info about the art winners. Your blog is the “go to” source for so many aspects of our county.

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