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“Fairy World” Digital Art Contest

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Pixarra is announcing a call for artists for their new digital art contest “Fairy World”. Submission is free of charge and is not limited in the number of entries. 2D and 3D artists from around the world are invited to show their art. All fantasy creatures, fairy tale characters and magic are welcome!

All submissions must be digital paintings created with illustration software and the participants must have the full copyrights on them. Traditional art, photographies, photo manipulations, collages and animation are not accepted.

Submissions will be accepted between November 6 and December 20 at the competition’s official page: www.pixarra.com/competition.

The winners will be selected by a jury and will be announced on December 23.

The prizes are valued at over $1400 and will be provided by Pixarra and the contest’s official sponsors: Akvis, TheBest3D, Renderosity, Spirit, Flying Meat, Nevercenter and BeLight Software.

Prizes Details: 

           First Place:
          - TwistedBrush Pro Studio 24 by Pixarra
          - PD Howler 2020 by TheBest3D
          - 1 x $75 Renderosity Gift Certificate
          - A Home Deluxe license for any AKVIS program
          - Lifetime Free Subscription for Spirit
          - Pixelmash by Nevercenter
          - Amadine (Vector Graphic Design) by BeLight Software
          - Acorn 6 by Flying Meat

          Second Place:
         - Pixarra Studio Bundle 2 
          - 1 x $50 Renderosity Gift Certificate
          - A Home Deluxe license for any AKVIS program
          - 1-Year Free Subscription for Spirit
          - Pixelmash by Nevercenter
          - Amadine (Vector Graphic Design) by BeLight Software
          - Acorn 6 by Flying Meat
 
          Third Place:
          - Pixarra Studio Product  (Paint Studio, Tree Studio, Blob Studio, Liquid Studio, Luminance Studio, Pixel Studio or Selfie Studio) by choice
          - 1 x $25 Renderosity Gift Certificate
          - A Home Deluxe license for any AKVIS program
          - 6-Months Free Subscription for Spirit
          - Pixelmash by Nevercenter
          - Amadine (Vector Graphic Design) by BeLight Software
          - Acorn 6 by Flying Meat

Deadline: 
20/December/2019

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Announcing the Winners of the ArtJobs's " Artist of the month" October 2019

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Announcing the Winners of the ArtJobs's " Artist of the month" October 2019
After receiving submissions from hundreds of artists, we are delighted to announce the following winning artists of this month. The winners are: 

Sarah Evans ( London )
Adrian Coleman ( London )
Anastasia Ivashchenko ( Milan )
Riccardo Liotta ( Roma )
Islam Allam ( Cairo )

The winners is now available for viewing on the Art Jobs website https://www.artjobs.com/op/artists/2019

" Artist of the month " aim to showcase innovative and contemporary artworks from established and emerging artists throughout the world. supported by ArtWeek, winners are provided with worldwide exposure, by having their work promoted through ArtJobs marketing and the social media channels. It is our intention to help today's artists to market their art works to worldwide audience. and to promotes and connects new, emerging and established artists with collectors and gallerists.

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Call for Artists - Wotisart #34 (January (2020)

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Wotisart is a portfolio magazine. Our goal is to allow unknown artists an avenue to show their work and gain some recognition in the industry and also to answer the question... What is art? We are now taking entries for the January issue of Wotisart?

Brief: send us a large digital image of your work (the bigger the better). Also send us any information you think is relevant. 

Deadline: 28th December 2019

Deadline: 
28/December/2019

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Free
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Call for Artists - Average Art 42 (January 2020)

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Average Art is an industry focused art magazine. Our goal is to draw attention to self representing artists. We are now taking entries for the January edition of Average Art Magazine.

Brief: Send us a large digital image of your work. Also send us any information you think is relevant. Any text needs to be kept brief as we get hundreds of submissions.

DEADLINE: 22nd December 2019
 

Deadline: 
22/December/2019

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Free
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Southern Prize State Fellowships

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The South Arts State Fellowships and Southern Prize acknowledge, support, and celebrate the highest quality artistic work being created in the American South. The program is open to individual artists living in the South Arts region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

The group of nine State Fellows will be selected by a national jury, based on artistic excellence that reflects and represents the diversity of the region. These artists receive a State Fellowship, which provides an unrestricted award of $5,000 and inclusion in a touring exhibit. All State Fellows are then reviewed by another national jury to select the Southern Prize winner, who receives an additional $25,000 cash award and a two-week residency, and a Southern Prize Finalist who receives an additional $10,000 cash award. This program is open only to visual artists and will expand to other disciplines in the future.

South Arts is committed to practices and funding that create greater cultural equity, represent the diversity of our region, are inclusive of diverse voices and artistic expression, and are accessible to everyone. We encourage diverse applicants to submit, in particular artists of color. The application deadline is December 3, 2019. Guidelines and application information are available here.

Prizes Details: 

These artists receive a State Fellowship, which provides an unrestricted award of $5,000 and inclusion in a touring exhibit. All State Fellows are then reviewed by another national jury to select the Southern Prize winner, who receives an additional $25,000 cash award and a two-week residency, and a Southern Prize Finalist who receives an additional $10,000 cash award.

Deadline: 
03/December/2019

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Fee Detail: 
$25.00
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Common Ground

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In November 2019, Andrew Roberts and Benjamin Hope will present Common Ground, a two-man show featuring approximately 60 works painted en plein air in various locations around the UK and Europe. Both Andrew and Ben strive to ‘paint the day’ – its transient moments and moods - one of several shared motivations that unite their work.

For Andrew, painting is about suggestion rather than statement. Favouring expansive, rural scenes that feature a lot of resting area and a notable absence of figures, there is a looseness and an abstract quality to his work. He looks to the Blues for a point of comparison: ‘A piece of art and a piece of really grungy Blues should be the same: always on the brink of collapse. In any Blues melody, there is always one note that holds it all together. That is how I want my paintings to be.’

Andrew’s method is reminiscent of that practised by Frank Auerbach when it comes to applying paint to canvas. The textured surface that Andrew creates is but a ‘thin veneer’ in comparison to Auerbach’s luxuriously impasto work, but he strives to lay down paint with the same looseness and freedom. Painting plein air channels spontaneity into this looseness as Andrew finds himself having to respond and react to what is going on around him. He describes himself as an artist who paints the day over the subject, prioritising mood over detail, something that he would find impossible to do as a studio-based painter.

Like Andrew, Ben likes to paint outdoors: ‘Painting from life is my modus operandi – I love the immediacy, the time pressure and the liveliness of the result’. He will sometimes wander around for a long time until he feels ‘that tug’ - perhaps prompted by an interesting bit of light or a juxtaposition of vertical lines - which tells him that a particular moment within a particular scene is ready to become a painting.

Though his paintings have a realist sensibility, Ben is increasingly interested in making the viewer’s eye more involved in reading the work through dynamic and reactive marks. He can embrace detail in bustling street scenes, and then reject it in a pared down view of the Thames. With some of these more sparse compositions, there are hints of abstraction and it is here that Ben and Andrew find their common ground.

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