Revelstoke Reflections Winners

Arts Revelstoke is proud to announce the winners of Revelstoke Reflections Art Prize 2021 in five categories:

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Adam Boothby, Balloon

Visual art (two-dimensional) – $500

Winner: Adam Boothby, Balloon

Honourable Mention: Melanie Gordon, It’ll All Work Out

Honourable Mention: Charise Folnovic, Quarantea


Text-based work (1500-word limit) – $500

Winner: Hunter Haig, Evergreen

Honourable Mention: Christy Shaw, The Forest


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Mckinley Buchanon, Tension & Balance

   Visual art (three-dimensional) – $500

Winner: Mckinley Buchanon, Tension & Balance

Honourable Mention: Penelope Merke, Inner Peace

   Honourable Mention: Susie Kathal, Canada Goose Vase




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Leslie Opatril, Sunshine on Snow

Music/spoken word 

Winner: Leslie Opatril, Sunshine on Snow

Honourable Mention: Isaac Becker,

Milk Crate Boys




Film/video – $500

Winner: Brett Mallon, The River Song

Honourable Mention: Taylor Sandell, Animation Compilation


Thank you to all the artists who submitted work for this year’s art prize and congratulations to our winners.

See all submissions. 

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Maggie is an arts & culture enthusiast as well as an americana songwriter and performer. With an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guelph, a background in community theatre and years of experience as a booking agent and promoter, Davis recognizes the importance of music, arts and culture to a thriving community’s wellbeing. She is thrilled to be part of the Arts Revelstoke team holding space as the General Manager.



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