Remodernist Painters' Group - 2/CALENDAR MONTH

Remodernism is an alternative to the established High Art hegemony, known as Post-Modernism.


This challenge closed over 4 years ago.

The Challenge

It follows orange in the spectrum

Judging / Voting Criteria

Choose the painting(s) that make the most effective use of the color yellow

Rewards & Prizes

First prize: have six of your paintings featured on our overview page for three months.
Second and third prizes: have three of your paintings featured on our overview page for three months.

Additional Information

Common connotations of yellow are:
sunshine, warmth, fun, happiness, warning, friendship, caution, slow, cowardice, summer, lemons, Easter, autumn, electricity, liberalism / libertarianism, hope, optimism, imagination, curiosity.
In the language of flowers, yellow roses stand for friendship or devotion.
It is the most common color of flowers.

Cover Image: The Goose by Carson Collins


The Top Ten

China Town by DiNovici

China Town by DiNovici was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 5 votes.

  • Inferno by Jay Taylor
  • Dreaming by Elaine Davoren
  • Orion by Andrew  Cain
  • The Goose by Carson Collins
  • Going out! by Linda Ridpath
  • tower block 2a by H J Field
  • Desert on fire by Maraia
  • It's Warm Tonight by Rachael Gorton
  • Bamboo In Sunlight by Scott Johnson

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