PAINTER'S IN MODERN TIMES NEWSLETTER - 1st of FEBRUARY, 2011

PAINTERS IN MODERN TIMES – WHAT’S NEW

1st of February, 2011




Welcome to 2011.

I have had a wonderful break but now it is time to get Painter’s in Modern Times back on track.

First of all we would like to congratulate all of our finalists in PiMT’s Painter of the Year – 2011.

Please let me introduce them to you.

Round One Finalists;


Mongolian Meeting by Chris Baker


“Abstract Gals – people portrait ":http://www.redbubble.com/people/lindaappleart/a... by LindaAppleArt

From Round Two;


Corio bay marina by Mick Kupresanin


" cats whiskers ":http://www.redbubble.com/people/crispur/art/373... by crispur

Round Three;


The Changing Face of Now No.1 by Nina SMART


Diamonds by BarbBarcikKeith

Round Four;


Drought Relief by Lynda Robinson


“Stefan (ii) ":http://www.redbubble.com/people/marksatchwillar... by marksatchwillart

Round Five:


Night Rain by HDPotwin


Aqua Angle – bicycle painting by LindaAppleArt

AND

Round Six


Door#7..The Red Door Knob by Janis Zroback


Lady Misfortune by Evgeniya Sharp

and equal runner up,


Lucinda by Sarah Mac

As you you see all our artists are very deserving winners especially when you look at there formidable competition in the semifinals.

It was a very close competition so congratulations to all our competitors.

The Final will begin very shortly!

Now for the exciting news for the finalists.

Not only will you be vying for the Title of Painter’s in Modern Times – Painter of the Year 2011 you will be a featured artist for the rest of 2011!

We are also in a position, thanks to Redbubble, to offer a Redbubble voucher of $USD50 for the first place getter, $USD30 for the runner up and $USD20 for second runner up.

Get your entry in so voting can begin.

We hope to get as many votes as we can on this challenge because one of the greatest compliments an artist can get is the affirmation by their fellow artists!

……………. CHALLENGES ………………

Challenges! Challenges! Challenges!

THEY’RE BACK!

OPEN FOR ENTRIES

Hope

COMING SOON

How Sweet it is – Focus on the Still Life




Remember we are always interested in your feedback and ideas so if you have any we would love to hear from you.




Because of the groups guidelines invitations (images) of your shows are not accepted into the group, however we are more than happy to accept your journals or even publicize your show in the newsletter.

We also have a forum where you can post your upcoming exhibition
Promoting your work – The Business of a Working Artist & What’s On

If you would like me to publish your exhibition details in this newsletter please just bmail me! Marilyn Brown
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