YOSEMITE RENAISSANCE 32
THE YOSEMITE RENAISSANCE 32 EXHIBIT (2017)
The Yosemite Renaissance exhibit celebrates 32 years promoting diverse artistic interpretations of Yosemite National Park.
Of 853 entries received, 65 were chosen for the exhibit. Entries were selected that showed technical skill, mastery of the medium, conceptual/communication of an artistic intention and a sense of the unexpected.
YOSEMITE RENAISSANCE 32 ARTISTS
Jeanne Moje MacDonald, Donald Neff, Lynda Nugent
Michelle D Oldson, Penny Otwell, Pokey Park
Bonita Paulis, Corey Peters, Bonnie Peterson
Troy Poeschl, Anthony Pooler, Irene Reti
George Robertson, Ronald Saunders, Craig Schub
Mary Beth Schwartzenberger, Michael Severin
Jeffrey Skelly, Carol Steinberg, Hema Sukumar
Jetty Uebner, Erika Van Dewark, Monique Wales
Keith Walklet, Marilyn Wear, Melinda Whipplesmith Plank
Peggy Wyman, Floy Zittin
Linda Abbott, Trowzers Akimbo, Jocelyn Audette
Jared Barbick, Kathy Barnhart, Stephen Berry
Chloe Boucher, Lorraine Bubar, Ann Buell
Jerilynn Bush, Robin Chandler, Dr G Kim Franz
Charlotte Gibb, Chella Gonsalves, Theresa Grams
Jeff Grandy, MaryEllen Hackett, Elizabeth Hahn
Carolyn Hesse-Low, Charlotte Hoffman, Jodie Hulden
Daniel Kaufmann, Elizabeth Kenneday, Kathy Kleinsteiber
Cosette Kosiba, Kerik Kouklis, Varner Leggitt
Susan Manter Bolen, Stephanie Martin, James McGrew
Tim McMeans, Denise Oyama Miller, G Dan Mitchell
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK MUSEUM GALLERY EXHIBIT OPENING RECEPTION
The official opening and presentation of awards will be held February 24th, 2017 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Museum Gallery in Yosemite National Park. The public is cordially invited to attend!
YOSEMITE RENAISSANCE 32 JUDGES
Yosemite Renaissance 32 judges will be announced at the presentation of awards on February 24th.
Yosemite Renaissance 32 award winners will be announced at the presentation of awards on February 24th.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK MUSEUM GALLERY
The Yosemite National Park Museum is located in Yosemite Valley. The Museum is near the Visitor Center and was the first building constructed as a museum in the entire national park system. More information can be found at the Yosemite National Park Museum Webpage.