Art Show & Sale 2017

FAVELL MUSEUM ART SHOW & SALE 2017 / September 15 – October 28, 2017

An annual exhibition features original, contemporary, representational art, including oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, bronze & wood sculpture by over 30 artists from across the West. Sales benefit the non-profit museum.
Closing Event – October 28th from 5 to 8 pm. Light appetizers, wine and beer. Announcement of People’s Choice award winners.
Prices on web subject to museum verification
A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors: ATRIO Health Plans, Marcella Bell, Bell Hardware, Basin Fertilizer, Biagio’s Bar and Grille, Don & Sherrill Boyd, Dr. Jim Calvert & Dr. Wendy Warren, Cerule, Coldwell Banker (Holman Premier Realty), Cascade Comprehensive Care, Daily Bagel, Diamond Home Improvement, Diversified Contractors, Fisher, Nicholson Realty, Gold Dust Potatoes, Great Basin Insurance, Green Diamond Resource Company, Robert & Winifred Hood, Bob & Linda Kingzett, Doug & Shelly Kintzinger, Lynch Foundation, Molatore Scroggin Peterson & Co LLP, Pacific Power, Papé, Rodeos Pizza & Saladeria, John & Ann Silvestri, Sky Lakes Medical Center, Southtowne Commerce Center, Dr. Jeff & Dr. Linda Walker, Walker Farms, Washington Federal, Mark & Karen Wendt, Nancy Wendt, Rod & Carol Wendt, Woodhouse Companies, Wynne Broadcasting
The 2017 Art Show & Sale Artists:

--- Garth Williams is from Burley, ID. Born in the big sky country of Helena, MT, he grew up acquiring a love of the outdoors. Garth has fond memories of growing up, including fishing with his father in the fall, when the autumn colors were spectacular. Each time he paints fall aspens special memories come to his mind. His inspiration to become a professional artist was his grandfather, who was an oil painter. Garth studied impressionistic art under the constant supervision of his friend Robert Moore, a wonderful artist whose work Garth loved and admired. “Developing my own concept of realism is the most important step in creating a painting that allows the viewer to determine what shapes are actually woven together to determine what image actually appears. I never lost my desire to be an impressionistic oil painter.” Learn more at