|F.A. Moore 31065 posts||
Dear Esteemed Nominees, Solo Exhibition Members, and Guests,
This coming week, with the 7th Juried Invitational Art Exhibition, presented by the Solo Exhibition group of RedBubble, we celebrate seventy-four artists and works in the digital, traditional, and photographic arts.
A panel of 3 Nominators was challenged to search the 46,000-image gallery, and from that invite select works for exhibition. Nominators were chosen, based on their considerable expertise in one of the three categories from a group that includes Inside Solo Magazine feature writers and artists who have had Solo Exhibitions.
There are 30 Traditional artworks, 26 Photographic works, and 18 Digital artworks in the show, representing 74 artists. Twenty-three countries are represented in this international art exhibition.
Judges will award 1st – 3rd places in each of Digital Art, Traditional Art, and Photographic Art. The artwork with the highest score will be awarded Best in Show, besides a category first place. Judges will also make special merit awards.
The exhibit is open to comments as of Friday, September 24th! The show runs from September 27th through October 3rd, 2010. Awards Day is on Wednesday, September 29th, around noon, New York time (see world clock link, below).
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 works to be selected for a SoJie (Solo’s Juried Invitational Exhibition). To qualify, a member has to have joined the group at least in the calendar month prior to the current show.
F.A. Moore, Solo Founder and host
Maxy, Solo Reception Manager
Elizabeth Bravo, Solo Graphics Coordinator
Judges for the show:
Round Exhibitor WEB BADGE code and instructions – for exhibitors only
Official SHOW BANNER code for RB profile page – for exhibitors, supporters, fans, and friends
Twitter this link – http://www.redbubble.com/groups/solo-exhibition/forums/11289/topics/159587
AWARDS SHOW – your local time
PRESENTING THE EXHIBITORS FOR SOLO EXHIBITION’S SEVENTH JURIED INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION
|Dawn M. Becker 346 posts||
This image was photographed at the Milwaukee County Zoo. Reminds me of paradise, the way I wish the world would always look!!!…Fuji FinePix S5000…I used a grunge texture and the Orton effect to give it the look it has!
|Imber 86 posts|
|Scottb1977 237 posts|
|Martin Muir 97 posts|
|oldgal 7 posts||
Vermont red-barn. On an early morning cold day in December, my Mom and I were on the back roads in the Woostock area of Vermont when this old red barn with white birch trees came into view…..As it started to rain I took this shot. I tweaked the color temp. and saturation just slightly on my compaq desk-top computer…..
|Keith Reesor 638 posts|
|helene ruiz 2680 posts||
Perhaps in another place and time, there will be peace, no pain, no illness, perhaps in another place and time we will find and unite with all that had been lost….perhaps we will find “true” freedom.
|Richard Young 15 posts|
|Headcrime 363 posts|
|ashpipedevil 8 posts|
|Peter Hammer 229 posts|
|michellerena 319 posts||
I came accross this lovely stream whilst on a drive with my Husband, he quite often shows me his favourite fishing and 4WDriving spots, taken at Hampshire, Tasmania, Australia. 3/9/2010
|Larry Butterworth 14 posts||
Art can be viewed much like a dream: when we go to sleep, we do not plan what we will dream. Yet, when we awaken from the dream, sometimes we attempt to psychoanalyze the dream’s meanings and how they relate to our lives
|Lena Weisbek 167 posts|
|Ingz 116 posts|
|Anna Shaw 7935 posts||
I wanted to create a powerful and moody image, which told a dramatic story. In all my work, light plays an important part, and here it was essential for the drama inherent in the scene.
This was probably the most demanding image I have ever created, in terms of sheer complexity and degree of difficulty.
The image was been created totally in Photoshop, and all photos used were from my own photo stock.
|George Lenz 293 posts||
They say every cloud has a silver lining. Must be true. Took this sunset shot on 06-30-2010 with my Canon 50D in Carefree Arizona, USA. We were staying in a resort and just got done with dinner. On the way back to the resort I noticed that the sunset was very close and it looked like to was going to be a good one. So I had to hurry and get in the right spot in which there was minutes to set up and take the shot. I snapped about 6 shots and this was one of them. Did very little touch up to this RAW image in CS3 and used the Flood filter to give it a nice glow.
|dorina costras 161 posts|
|Desirée Glanvi... 429 posts|
|Susan Kimball 483 posts|
|Danilo Lejardi 279 posts||
Has you ever censored or have been censored? Two sides of the same coin. It´s just about that_ and their respective consequences.
Main figures are Daz M4 which were morphed and texturized within Cinema 4D; postworked in Photoshop.
|George Parapad... 708 posts||
This windmill (in Biggekerke, The Netherlands) was built in 1712 by the town of Vlissingen and was originally being leased for 7-year periods. The Olbertijn family bought the mill from the town in 1792 and it was subsequently sold In 1852 to Mr. Brasser. It has stayed in the Brasser family since then, and now Adrie Brasser and his son Sjaak are the sixth and seventh generation that upholds the tradition of wind milling.
I must admit, that it’s the first time that I have seen a working mill in action, so I pushed the shutter speed as low as I could get away with (handheld), to capture the movement of the blades. It was late afternoon on a very grey and overcast day, so I decided to go for a more vintage, textured look, representative of the mill’s history.
|Tahnja 605 posts||
This painting was a a turning point in my studies of impressionism and limited palette work.
There’s no indepth meaning behind this painting but it’s special to me because it began my understanding and appreciation for simpler colours that are easier on the eye of both artist and viewer.
|Harmeet Singh 49 posts|