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Jennifer was chosen to create the
2009 Rhythms on the Lake
Lake Chelan Music Festival &
Wine Walk Art Print.

Order your poster and
learn more about all
the music events at the Festival
in Chelan, Sept. 25-26


Jennifer has been chosen as the 2009 Washington State Apple Blossom Print Artist!

The view out my dining room window that cold February morning was magical, with the deep rust against the vibrant blue purple of the snow in the shadows of young apple trees, and the bare hills across the river with just a touch of snow remaining.

This is a huge honor for me.  Each year, the Apple Blossom Committee chooses a local artist to produce an art print that is sold to raise funds for the Festival.

This has become a wonderful tradition supported and anticipated by everyone in Washington State and beyond.  Just one more way to celebrate the apples of Washington – best in the World!


2009 Festival Art Print

“Early Spring Orchard”

A young apple orchard, nestled against the foothills of East Wenatchee, WA

Paper size is 19.5”x21”

Image size is approx. 14x18”

The original painting is 18x24”
oil on panel.

Prints are $45.00 each.
You may purchase here:
 Buy Art Print Online


Jennifer received the
President's Award of $500
for her painting
"Emma at Seven"
at the 2008 NPS Member's Exhibit
Pastel 18x24"



~Special Announcement~

Evenhus Painting Receives Major Award
“Settin’ Forms” received the
President’s Award of $500
at the
NPS Members’ Exhibit
Scott Milo Gallery, Anacortes, WA


Settin' Forms
“Settin’ Forms” 10x13”  
stel painting   ©Jen Evenhus


Evenhus Pastel
"Spice of Life"

Receives New York Art Supply Award and Jennifer becomes a

Jennifer's painting "The Spice of Life" was awarded the New York Art Supply Award in the Pastel Society of America's 30th Annual Exhibition "For Pastels Only" displayed during September at the Grand Gallery of the National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South in New York City. This award qualified Jennifer
to become a "Master Pastelist" in PSA.


"The Prize"
 2003 NPS Members Exhibit
Roby King Gallery,
Bainbridge Island
Summer 2003


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Student Supply List

  1. Pastels – collection of hard and soft – NuPastels, Sennelier, Rembrandt, Schminke, Holbein, Unison (lots of them, pretty and ugly colors)

  2. Pastel Paper – Wallis Museum grade (we’ll tone it in class), Sennelier LaCarte, or other sanded papers; Canson

  3. Acetone (to tone Wallis paper) with 2”-3” cheap brush

  4. Workable Fixative Spray (if you’re not working on sanded paper)

  5. Snapshots – your own landscapes, still life setups, portraits

  6. Charcoal – lots of soft and hard sticks

  7. Newsprint Pad – 16x20 or 18x24

  8. Foam Core – 2 sheets, sized to be 2” larger on all sides than the largest size you’ll paint on, and to protect paintings during transport

  9. Baby Wipes to clean hands

  10. Paper Towels

  11. Rags – or towels

  12. French Easel, or lightweight portable easel (mandatory)

  13. Folio to carry and protect paper

  14. Bulldog Clips (4) – to hold paper to board ­– (mandatory)

  15. Rubber Gloves or Barrier (optional)

  16. Newspapers – to place between paintings when transporting

  17. Journal or Small Notebook (mandatory)

  18. Bag of Small Still Life Objects (shells, keys, eye glasses, bottles, paint tubes)

  19. Camera (optional)

  20. Open Mind (mandatory)

  21. Favorite Music CD (put your name on it)

  22. Small Case to carry a few pastels to hotel / home to paint at night

  23. Brown Bag Lunch with Beverage for Saturday

CLOTHING: DRESS IN LAYERS!  Bring a wide-brim hat for sketching outdoors. Bring an apron and wear painting clothes. Comfortable SHOES are very important as you will be standing a good portion of the time.

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