|F.A. Moore 37018 posts||
WORLD CLOCK – fixed, time for the awards
Fair Warning: This exhibit contains Art with some Nudity. There has been no effort to filter these images.
Updated: April 24, 2010
Dear Esteemed Nominees and Solo Exhibition Members,
This week, with the 2nd Juried Invitational Art Exhibition, presented by the Solo Exhibition group of RedBubble, we celebrate fifty-nine artists and sixty-two works in digital art, photography, and the traditional arts.
A panel of 3 Nominators, were challenged to each search the 25,000-image gallery, and from that invite twenty to exhibit in this show. The group hosts added a few nominations, rounding out the categories.
Fifty-nine artists-members of the Solo Exhibition group were invited by the nominators to post specific works. Three of these have two works in the show, each, having been invited to show by two different nominators. There are 29 Traditional, 18 Photographic, and 15 Digital works in the show.
Judges will award 1st – 3rd places in each of three categories. The work with the highest score will be awarded Best in Show, besides their category first place win. Each judge may also make special awards.
The exhibit is open to comments! The show runs April 26th through May 2nd, 2010.
Congratulations!! Each of you fifty-nine exhibitors are winners! Display your show ribbon that links back to the exhibit on your profile or image description page.
|helene 359 posts||
Digital – fractal – Apophysis/Fractal Explorer composite
I am luminous with age
Meridel Le Sueur
|Desirée Glanville 443 posts||
Digital – fractal – Apophysis, PSP
|John Dicandia ... 182 posts||
Pen & Ink on 210gsm Watercolour paper
“In the middle of the road of my life I awoke in the dark wood where the true way was wholly lost”-
|Sherrie Chavez 190 posts||
Oceano Dunes, California
|helene ruiz 2813 posts||
acrylic on canvas
“And whats left are the Pieces of a woman” is a piece very dear to my heart….It was done shortly before my best friend passed away, I was experiencing many health issues to include chronic pain, and my sister’s MS had progressed tremendously while she was taking care of her terminally ill husband, the painting is a combination of all these things, my “self” expression, and my visual interpretation of theirs…and man does this painting have lots of tears in the paint..i “truly” felt extremely emotional doing this one…
|Anne-Marie Bok... 624 posts||
Sumatran Tiger made in LA Zoo
The Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) is a subspecies of tiger found on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Recent genetic testing has revealed the presence of unique genetic markers, which isolate Sumatran tigers from all mainland subspecies. Currently, there are only 100-400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild.
|ArtPearl 565 posts||
W&N transparent watercolor and pen & ink on 300lb Arches Cold Press paper
This image came about after a relocation, and thus represents the breakage of the ‘fabric of life’ due to geographic/social changes. But it is just as relevant for any other breakups, conflicting commitments, reality vs dreams conflicts etc.
|RakeshSyal 77 posts||
Near window of my studio
|Sebastiaan Koenen 16 posts||
Fineliner 0.05/0.3 on Hahnemuhle Fineart Quattro, 80lbs.
Info: Sometimes it blows really hard!Life on earth is full of extremes and difficulties we hardly can, want or know how to fight…In the end it is the art of not falling off.
|Lynda Robinson 3174 posts||
Pastel on ‘Colourfix’ sanded surface burgundy coloured pastel paper
This is a portrait of my grandson, Thomas, who is three years old. I did the painting as a birthday gift for my daughter in law. When ever he visits he wants to ‘play’ the piano, and on this particular day the light was coming through the window perfectly highlighting his features. I used Art Spectrum, Unison, Rembrandt and Schminke soft pastels.
|Reynaldo 201 posts||
Mixed Media on Heavy Duty Canvas
While attending a California Central Coast Mexican Festival, these beautiful horses along with their traditionally costumed Charro Riders inspired me as they were on the sidelines waiting to join the procession.
I wanted to create a special work of this scene I had in my mind, it needed something unique, larger than life…so I built the frame, got heavy duty canvas, stretched and treated it on the frame and added lots of texture in 3 sessions with sawdust and binding materials of my own creation. The end result surpassed my expectations…
|Tom Norton 25 posts||
Pen and Pencils on Bristol vellum
This is a self portrait conveying my self-destructive 2009, following my loss of an 18-year gig with a major musical instrument manufacturer/distributor. I am a musician/composer and artist, and through the losses and frustrations of last year, which resulted in my almost drowning myself in Jack Daniels and other assorted libations, I began to draw, paint and create new music…funny how things work out…I hit bottom in late December ‘09 and made the decision to change my life. I am 100 days clean and sober tomorrow, and have never felt better. Today was a great day, and I can’t freaking wait until tomorrow!!! Peace!
|laureen warrin... 689 posts||
An image with a message from the silent kingdom.
|salena 75 posts||
watercolor and watercolorcrayon
I was inspired to give the green wave a human face in this watercolor – to inspire to take care of each other and our nature!
|Nathalie Chaput 122 posts||
Digital – Photo-manipulation in photoshop CS3
|frenchblue 11 posts||
Mixed media, pastel, ink, gouache, pencil & oil pastel on illustration board
Oh….what a tangled web we weave in our creative, yet disillusioned worlds
|Richard Sunder... 1298 posts||
Watercolours on 140lb/ 300gsm Langton Rough watercolour paper.
The themes of structure, tone, light and shadow are constant guides to how I am looking at the environment. In recent times Natural Lines and Man-made Lines seem to be a focus of my work. The rocks are based on frequent visits to Down Tor in the Dartmoor National Park UK.
|natayo 35 posts||
oils on stretched canvas
The above started from a face I painted roughly a month ago. For better or worse I generally use oil paint straight from the tube- hence it was dry. I had used a substantial amount of paint in certain areas- something I have come to favor as when dried allows me to “chip away” so to speak and create texture in certain areas. Painting faces has become a unique experience as they develop a will of their own and after many transformations the above ultimately became a combination of wills- the face and that of my own- sometimes in collaboration and sometimes at odds (more often than not- at odds). So after a considerable amount of paint thinner, working, re-working, scraping, and numerous repetitions of this process a result was achieved that both could live with.
|helene ruiz 2813 posts||
Acrylic on canvas
“Removed” is the 2nd of two paintings, the first being Unzippering, where the heart is carefully hidden behind a clock, peeking out thru an unzippered soul. In this 2nd piece she has bravely and without restrictions of any sort, removed her heart and is now holding it up for the world to see, without any care of it being exposed, not hiding her heart behind anything, realizing that after all, how much more can be done to her heart at this point anyway?
|spr041 170 posts||
I found a small compressor tank at the metal pile in the local dump. Rust and Metal
|TeriLee 77 posts||
Digital – Made in GIMP
|©Janis Zroback 7995 posts||
Sanguine, Charcoal and Pastel on Arches Not Paper
Here at least were intelligible facts regarding landscape—far-reaching proofs productive of genuine satisfaction.
As with all the others in this series, I paint inspired by the feelings I experience when reading Hardy’s books…I want to paint emotion and mood, not to imitate what I have seen or read…when the painting is complete, I reread the passages, and much to my surprise I find that the memory is deep seated…
|Reynaldo 201 posts||
Acrylic on 140 Lb Watercolour Paper
Many of my paintings, especially the abstracts, come to me, as this one did, in dreams and visions. Sometimes just sitting at my drawing table without a clue as to what I am going to paint, a vision appears to me in my mind; sometimes it comes when I am asleep and it is so real; so strong, it’s energy wakes me and I have to get it down on paper, even if its a rough draft, in order to go back to sleep. And if I can’t get back to sleep…well then, I work on the painting until it’s done!
|DebraLee Wiseberg 773 posts||
Photography – macro
Abstract photograph of rust and scratches on a metal industrial container. Captured in Toronto’s west end behind a factory. I actually got caught by security taking this image and when I explained to the two gentlemen that came out to talk to me I was an abstract artist…. they allowed me to stay and I continued taking my images. I think it pays to be a mature woman somedays! hehe
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