The only downside to assembling a blue ribbon panel of judges like the one we have assembled for the Jennifer Show is this: Judges aren't allowed to judge their own work. When you hire this many of the hobby's top artists, there are potentially a lot of really nice models that need to be left at home.Jenn and I don't want any of the really nice models to be left at home.
To that end, we've gone out of our way to make sure that every single artisan produced model has a place to compete at the Jennifer Show.
With the exception of the Amateur Artist division, all our halter classes are double judged. There's one judge for Breed and another for Workmanship. Models sculpted and/or painted by the judge won't be eligible for ribbons in that judge's division. However, they can still compete under the other judge.
|Judges Shane Landbauer and Amanda Brock at Super-CALI-Fragilistic Live, which was also double judged|
Each day during the lunch break, we will ask the exhibitors to bring up their horses for the Judges and Jennifers classes. These can be horses that were sculpted or painted by the judge or Jennifer.
|Kylee Parks with all the Tadpoles at Super-CALI-Fragilistic Live|
|Breyer's Croi Damhsa sculpted by Sarah Minkiewicz-Breunig|
|Kylee Parks' Annabelle medallion painted by Jennifer Buxton|
|Tiffany Purdy's Braymere saddle collection circa 2010|
|Prizes for the Melanie Miller class|
|Oh, how I wish I could show at the Jennifer Show!|
The Jennifer Show is less than three weeks away. I can not wait!