Temecula Valley Museum announces 14th annual Ralph Love Plein Air Competition winners

Artist Jenny Breniff’s “Morning Harvest at Leoness” wins the Best of Show award in the Ralph Love Plein Air Competition, $500 and a permanent display at Temecula City Hall. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA ─ The Temecula Valley, with its beautiful scenery and quaint Old Town, was the inspiration for artists participating in the 14th annual Ralph Love Plein Air Competition, and the winners were announced Fri, Nov. 12, by Kathryn Sizemore, vice chair of Temecula’s Community Services Commission.The Best of Show winner was Jenny Breniff for her work “Morning Harvest at Leoness.”Twenty-six artists participated for 2021, submitting 53 pieces of artwork in mediums ranging from oil, watercolor and mixed media. The local artists were invited by the Temecula Community Services Department to spend one week painting works of art inspired by local scenes. Participating artists submitted original artworks for a chance to win a prize. The competition is held each year in honor of R
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