Current Juried Exhibition Winners

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Mechanical

Mechanical art is not often an art subject. However, we are surrounded with technology, science and mechanics. It invades our modern lives. In this art competition we asked to see an artist’s best mechanical art.

The following artists were accepted into the Mechanical Online Art Show:
• artist Andrew Wohl from Bethesda, Maryland: Digital Photograph
• artist Don Jacobson from Portland, Oregon: Photography
• artist John Q. Mcdonald from Pleasanton, California: Oil On Canvas
• artist Mark Dierker from Dubuque, Iowa: Photography
• artist Minako Yamano from Saitama, Japan: Mixed Media
• artist Muhammed Salayi from Edmonton, Canada: Acrylic On Birchwood
• artist Saxon Buckley from Sydney, Australia: Graphite, Charcoal, And Colour Pencil
• artist Tony Shipp from Huntsville, Texas: Wood, Found Objects


Landscape

Landscapes have an historic base in art culture. The scenery of the countryside has been the topic of most landscape art for centuries. But landscapes can be so much more from the great wide open spaces to the mountainside to the city skyline. Whatever vista lies in front of you is the terrain of your landscape. And it doesn’t have to be horizontal, though that is what has become synonymous with the word thanks to the computer world. In this open art call we asked to see an artist’s incredible landscape art.
The Accepted Artists from the Landscape Open Art Call are:
• artist Alfredo Gomez from La Puente, California: Oil On Canvas
• artist Christy Branson from Spokane, Washington: Beeswax, Resin, Plaster, Oil, Pigment, Fiber And Sand On Wood Panel
• artist Clint Brookhart from Littleton, Colorado: Digital Art
• artist Esta Willman from Visaia, California: Photography
• artist Gail Foster from Calgary, Canada: Photography
• artist Liz Ruest from Bellevue, Washington: Digital Collage
• artist Lynda Younker from Lantana, Florida: Photography
• artist Maria Rebelo from Wilmette, Illinois: Photography
• artist Mark Dierker from Dubuque, Iowa: Photography
• artist Radha Howard from Savannah, Georgia: Pastel On Paper
• artist Steve Pennisi from Fort Myers, Florida: Acrylic
• artist Tobias Berman from Arnhem, Netherlands: Oil On Canvas


Vibrance

Color gives us depth in our life. In this call for artist submissions we asked to see vibrant, colorful artwork with hues that are mesmerizing.

The Accepted Artists from the Vibrance Call for Entries are:
• artist Amy Stone from Seattle, Washington: Mixed Media
• artist Barbara Mosher from San Diego, California: Acrylic
• artist Cheryl Levin from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania: Pencil On Pastel Paper
• artist Dolores Kiriacon from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida: Photography
• artist Jennifer Lewis from Tucson, Arizona: Acrylic
• artist Jocelyn Young from Placentia, California: Photography
• artist Julie Isaac from Fayetteville, Arkansas: Photography On Canvas
• artist Kelly Burke from Baltimore, Maryland: Oil Bar
• artist Laura Graveline from White River Junction, Vermont: Encaustic
• artist Maria Rebelo from Wilmette, Illinois: Archival Digital Print
• artist Mark Dierker from Dubuque, Iowa: Photography
• artist Minako Yamano from Saitama, Japan: Mixed Media
• artist Patricia P Schnepf from Shoreline, Washington: Photography
• artist Petra Jaenicke from Fränkisch-Crumbach , Germany: Photography
• artist Pooja Pittie from Chicago, Illinois: Oil And Acrylic
• artist Richard Barnett from Oak Park, California: Oil
• artist Robbi Ling Montgomery from Mundelein, Illinois: Photography
• artist Scott Herndon from Washington, District Of Columbia: Photography
• artist Shari Emme from Arlington Heights, Illinois: Photography
• artist Sophie M Cook from Singapore , Singapore: Oil On Board
• artist Wayne Vann from Helotes, Texas: Tempera
• artist Winifred Breines from Brookline, Massachusetts: Watercolor


Urban

The urban landscape is rich with every possible visceral objective…from the depth of the skyline, to the trash in the alleys to the graffiti on the walls to the countless windows and endless cement. Some artists say that they cannot live without the metropolis, without the community. They breathe it. They smell it. They eat it. They sense it through every pulse. The vibrancy is in its relentless activity and its depth of intellectualism. We asked, in this artist call, for the artist’s city. Their take on street art. Their take on community. Their take on the architectural lines. Their urban perspective. Their love, or hate, for city.

The following artists were accepted into this online art gallery show:
• artist Barbara Mosher from San Diego, California: Mixed Media
• artist Cal Navin from Detroit, Michigan: Photo Montage
• artist Carson Kapp from New Smyrna Beach, Florida: Acrylic
• artist Chris Dorsey from West Hollywood, California: Photography
• artist Christopher Ferreria from San Diego, California: Photography
• artist Dimitriy Gritsenko from Everett, Washington: Oil
• artist Greg Dinapoli from Howell, New Jersey: Pencil
• artist Ivana Minafra from Bar Le Duc, France: Oil On Canvas
• artist John Q. Mcdonald from Pleasanton , California: Oil On Canvas
• artist Katie Blaine from La Verne, California: Mixed Media
• artist Lauren Luna from Pearland, Texas: Oil On Canvas
• artist Lesha Porche from Niceville, Florida: Watercolor And Ink
• artist Patti Akesson from Sherman Oaks, California: Encaustic On Board
• artist Phil Scorza from Orange City, Iowa: Photography
• artist Scott Herndon from Washington, D.C.: Photography
• artist Sofia Wilson from Los Angeles, California: Watercolor
• artist Troy Tatzko from Los Angeles, California: Photography
• artist Zachary Burns from Redmond, Washington: Photography

To submit a Call for Entries: http://linusgallery.com/call-for-entries/

 


Plant Life

The accepted artists from the Plant Life call for submissions are:

Plant Life is a nature or botanicals call for artists. Nature is art in it’s own way. It’s a powerful theme that surrounds us all, inspires us all, and sustains us all. We admire the beauty of plants and need them to sustain us. In this call for artists we asked to see the artist’s interpretation of the majesty of flowers, plants and landscapes.

The accepted artists from the Plant Life Call for Entries are:

• artist Anita Sagastegui from Walnut Creek, California: Photography
• artist Bianca Danilov from Ploiesti, Romania: Oil
• artist Brenda Haas from Devonport, Australia: Watercolor
• artist Dolores Kiriacon from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida: Photography
• artist Ellen Freyer from Los Angeles, California: Photography
• artist Heather Meheut from Gilbert, Arizona: Acrylic
• artist J Howard from Alvin, Texas: Soft Pastels On Natural Canvas
• artist Jane Feely from Gurnee, Illinois: Photography
• artist Jerry Ranch from West Des Moines, Iowa: Photography
• artist Jessica Campbell from Brooklyn, New York: Photo
• artist Jim Newberry from Los Angeles, California: Photography (Archival Pigment Prints)
• artist Julie Isaac from Fayetteville, Arkansas: Photography
• artist Kate Alboreo from Tampa, Florida: Oil, Acrylic, Colored Pencil, Oil, Watercolor
• artist Kris Johnson from Rogers, Arkansas: Photography
• artist Linda Friedman from Vista, California: Acrylic Paint, Fabric Paint, Cotton Fabric, Cotton And Wool
• artist Lynda Younker from Lantana, Florida: Photography
• artist Minako Yamano from Saitama, Japan: Rice Paper, Mineral Pigment, Gold Leaf
• artist Naomi Yamazaki from San Francisco, California: Digital Photography
• artist Natalie Weber from Glenview, Illinois: Photography
• artist Richard Barnett from Oak Park, California: Oil
• artist Scott Herndon from Washington, District Of Columbia: Photography
• artist Shari Emme from Arlington Heights, Illinois: Photography
• artist Sheridan Watson from Atlanta, Georgia: Oil
• artist Sumi Jones from Carpinteria, California: Oil On Canvas
• artist Wanda Hickman from Issaquah, Washington: Watercolor