From the American Heritage Dictionary:mo·sa·ic (mo-za'ik) n.1. a. A picture or decorative design made by setting small colored pieces, as of stone or tile, into a surface.b. The process or art of making such pictures or designs.Mosaic is a technique that has been used to create art for thousands of years, yet the word "mosaic" is from Middle English. Since this show focuses on the Middle Ages, it...see gallery of this art show)
Bluebells are one of the harbingers of spring. When you see the woods turn that lovely, misty shade of blue, you know that summer can't possibly be far away. After the winter many of us have had, aren't bluebells just the best thing ever? Show us yours!see gallery of this art show)
This photography-based show challenges you to create something a bit more artistic than the average selfie. Play with your clothing, your setting, feel free to set up with a timer and tripod, or even play with the image using photoshop. The only caveat is that the image created must be OBVIOUSLY and predominently photography based and the subject must be YOU.
Show us the leaves, berries, or full plant of this late winter rock star.
For 500 years the Mona Lisa has dutifully sat unmoving in posture or expression. She has stayed, uncomplainingly still, in front of a landscape that has never seen a change in seasons. The Mona Lisa is bored.Mona Lisa Unchained is your chance to set the iconic beauty free from her frame. Perhaps she’d like to experience a different period in time than the one she so familiar with. A change of clot...
Because indoor plants want some love, too!
This month, we tackle the seemingly-fragile, but extremely cold-hardy snowdrop. Galanthaphiles, rejoice!
It's hard to believe that an aquatic, flightless bird that lives almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere could become so ubiquitous in our culture. But we love penguins, so dapper in their sleek black-and-white tuxedo-like coats. This month, we celebrate the penguin.
Who said there isn't a second chance in life? Here's one last chance to show off work that was done specifically for an EBSQ themed show for the 2013 Calendar year. Artists, please remember to mention the show for which the piece was originally intended!We strongly recommend all artists include a statement with each entry, as statements can enhance the experience for the online viewer. If the rele...
This month, we challenge you to show us beautiful evergreen foliage.
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