Congratulations goes to Jennifer McGill –the WINNER of our Twisp T-shirt Contest!
T-shirts available soon. Contact us at email@example.com for information and to place your order.
Twisp Mayor Soo Ing-Moody emphasized how many innovative designs were submitted and her appreciation for all of the applicants’ hard work. “We appreciate the great thought that went into their submissions….making our panel’s choice a difficult one,” says Ing-Moody.
“This design conveys Twisp as a strong and proud small American town – comprised of a vital and growing community (reflected in the vegetables and our iconic farmer’s market),” says Twisp Mayor Soo Ing-Moody.
The panel carefully reviewed the many designs which were varied in style, size and shape. In the end Jennifer’s artwork was selected. As Mayor Ing-Moody explains that “This design conveys Twisp as a strong and proud small American town – comprised of a vital and growing community (reflected in the vegetables and our iconic farmer’s market). It was chosen due to its simplicity in theme, potential for use in the future, and its widespread appeal. We are indeed proud to be a thriving example of small town America!”
Jennifer is a painter, illustrator, designer and mother. Although she does not live in the Methow Valley, her connection to the valley prompted her to enter the competition.
These T-shirts will be available on the 4th of July by donation at the Twisp Parade and at the Methow Arts office after that day. Several colors, sizes and styles will be available. Contact Methow Arts with inquiries and orders @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Artist – Jennifer McGill
Jennifer is a painter, illustrator, designer and mother. Although she does not live in the Methow Valley, her connection to Twisp, its agriculture and genuine personality prompted her to enter the competition.
Jennifer explains, “My design is inspired by the American flag with a twist on Twisp. The flag design shares Twisp’s amazing gardens and home-grown appeal as true Americana represented in our American Flag.”
Jennifer’s abilities are broad with beginnings as in children’s book illustration. She has since evolved from traditional illustration methods to digital. Her work is featured around the world on products and packaging with Bunnies By The Bay, a Washington State based company that makes baby blankets, toys and books. In describing her connection to her art she explains, “I love learning and have acquired a broad skill set based on current interests, which include but are not limited to (creative disclaimer): fine art, portraiture, landscape, illustration, logo design, and art direction.”
Jennifer holds a degree in Illustration from The Art Institute of Chicago and The American Academy of Art in Chicago. Find her FINE ART, ILLUSTRATION & GRAPHICS portfolios online @ jennmcgill.com