Still Works’ search for “Spirit of Wyoming” is on

JACKSON, WY – Jackson Hole Still Works is now accepting applications for the 5th annual Spirit of Wyoming Label Art Competition.

Every year, Still Works chooses one artist and piece of art they think best embodies the spirit of Wyoming. The winning piece becomes the Still Works bottle label for one full year, and the winning artist gets $2,000. Jackson Hole Still Works is accepting entries from now until June 16.

As always, the theme of the contest is “Wyoming.” What that means is up to you! Last year’s winning piece was from Lander artist Nick Thornburg, called “The Wild.” 2017’s winner was a “Jackson Hole Jackalope” by Borbay.

“Jackson Hole Jackalope.” Photo: Jackson Hole Still Works

Artists must be residents of Wyoming or Teton County, Idaho, and must be at least 21 years old at the time of entry. You’ll need to submit your original piece as a square, plus a digital portfolio with seven-nine representative pieces of work dated 2016 or later.

Submissions are due June 16! Finalists will be notified and invited to the final voting party by June 19, and the winner will be publicly voted on by party attendees on June 28.

Visit CallForEntry.org to learn more, read the rules, and submit your entry.

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