|F.A. Moore 37016 posts||
Dear Esteemed Nominees, Solo Exhibition Members, and Guests,
This coming week, with the 6th Juried Invitational Art Exhibition, presented by the Solo Exhibition group of RedBubble,
A panel of 3 Nominators was challenged to search the 43,000-image gallery, and from that invite select works
There are 20 Traditional artworks, 20 Photographic works, and 25 Digital artworks in the show,
Judges will award 1st – 3rd places in each of Digital Art, Traditional Art, and Photographic Art.
The exhibit is open to comments as of Monday, August 30th. The JURIED, INVITATIONAL ART SHOW
Congratulations to all! And thank you for coming to the exhibition and supporting these wonderful artists.
Each month, all of the members of the Solo Exhibition group have the opportunity for one or more of their
F.A. Moore, Solo Founder and host;
Maxy, Solo Reception Manager; and
Elizabeth Bravo, Solo Graphics Coordinator
Extra Nominations came from:
Judges for the show:
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PRESENTING THE EXHIBITORS FOR SOLO EXHIBITION’S SIXTH JURIED INVITATIONAL
|Sybille Sterk 1503 posts||
This image illustrates the poem of the same name. Both are about the secret rooms in our heart, where we go to grieve, to ponder, to regenerate, to remember, or just to be, and maybe there are one or two where we lock the door so we may never see them again. The rooms may look different for each person, but we all have them…
|rodeorose 1639 posts||
Shot a short walk from my doortstep, on Melbourne’s Hobsons Bay. Common birds on one of the abandoned boats that so often hold much inspiration for me, depending on the light and tides.
Title inspired by song of Melody Gardot’s.
|Veikko Suikkanen 161 posts|
|Jessica Jenney 191 posts|
|Scottb1977 224 posts||
I wanted to do a joan of arc tribute. Ive always loved history and what a great story in history joan of arc was. Ive only been using photoshop for a year and have fell in love with it. and I really love redbubble!!! I just love to create and share what I create with people..
|Shanina Conway 547 posts||
From 1944 to the early 50’s thousands of Japanese women fell in love with servicemen, married and started new lives in alien countries.
It must have been an incredible struggle to leave their extended families, friends, country and merge into a new culture.
|dperalta 202 posts||
Composed and rendered with Apophysis 7X. My own gradient. Only very slight hue and contrast value adjustments done with Photoshop 7.0.
An esoteric fountain depicting a solution for world peace sits in a vast expanse with a war looming in the horizon.
As a child of the 60s I have always known war. I remember thinking the CBS Evening News was the Vietnam War show. Throughout my life I have been puzzled that groups will escalate disagreement to killing one another when peace seems to me to be such an easy solution. When I read of Jimmy Carter’s visits at summits with warring factions and his simple formulas for reaching agreement I become frustrated that peace seems to elude us.
|Headcrime 359 posts|
|JUSTART 508 posts|
|NumandisArt 93 posts||
This is an intensely personal piece of work, every element has a meaning to me. To private to explain in detail here, but it was very therapeutic making this.
|Lorenzo Castello 15 posts|
|Ana CB Studio 214 posts|
|Sandra Bauser ... 162 posts||
I always try to convey to the viewer the emotion that I felt when I created the piece. It does not matter if the viewer feels good or bad about the art…as long as the viewer “feels” something. When that happens, I know that I’ve accomplished my goal as an artist.
|dllong 3 posts||
This is the 4th in the narrative 11 work series titled COMA. The work is created in sequence as the events flowered over an irrepressible 8 months.
She was still involved with her old boyfriend and was not necessarily honest with me…the title are my thoughts on the subject.
|frederic levy-... 36 posts|
|Ron C. Moss 26 posts||
I started by working with an abstract watercolour I had previously painted; it was scanned and left in colour. I worked with it in an abstract way reversing the image to create a mirror effect. The idea of a mist lake came into being and I set about adding elements from photographs until I had reached a composition that I was happy with. I then added a glass plate scan for framing effects and then used a combination of workflows to take it to a monochrome image. I have worked this way a lot recently merging paint and photography in the digital realm and I enjoy the process and what is has to offer very much.
|Randy Monteith 208 posts|
|marostega 18 posts||
“Wisdom is the secret of life”
|Keith Reesor 848 posts||
Inspired by the words and music of Beneath The Waves-Ayreon.
Originally created for the RedBubble group, “Album Art – The way it could’ve been…”, when the group was a temporary group, started as a long running challenge. This work was the lucky winner!!
|Freda Surgenor 158 posts|
|sirthomas1960 56 posts||
I’m a regular (cyber) visitor to the Mediterranean in my paintings. I just love their light, colours and textures, as well as the glorious architectural mishmash of them…this one is Vernazza, in the Cinque Terre region of the Ligurian Coast in Italy. Had a bit of a play with the perspective here, exaggerating the verticals lines to make it appear the buildings were reaching up to the sun.
|James Kearns 5 posts|
|Martin Muir 97 posts|
|© Karin Taylor 3783 posts||
I originally wrote a poem Paper Boat Tears which in turn inspired my painting
PAPER BOAT TEARS
Tomorrow when I wake
this poem is now a SONG called PAPER BOATS :) Click over to the image description page for the link and more information on the song. [ed.]