This October isn't the first time we've visited Day of the Dead as a monthly exhibit theme, and it won't be the last. This holiday, meant to remember loved ones on All Souls Day on November 2, has really transcended its religious origins and has entered the larger popular culture. We'd love to see your take!see gallery of this art show)
This month, we take an astrological turn. Whether you're more interested in the Greco-Roman zodiac that rules the current daily horoscope, or the Chinese zodiac many people only experience via placemats in Chinese restaurants, we invite you to celebrate the personifications of these signs and symbols in art.
In 2015, we retired our monthly Flower of the Month exhibits after a decade of fantastic floral work. But that doesn't mean we've abandoned our botanical artists. This month is your chance to shine!For the sake of simplicity, we're going from this Wikipedia article on Floral Emblems, which encompasses both national and regional (state, province, county, etc) flowers. There is a direct link on that...
Looking for a unique collaboration opportunity that comes with instant inspiration? Then we have just the show for you! This month we’re hosting our 15th Annual Ripped Off show! If you haven’t done a Ripped show in the past, here’s how it works: you pair up with a fellow EBSQ Artist, and go through their portfolio and "rip off" their artwork. It can be one piece or a combination, or your inter...
We often recognize the art, but do we recognize the artist? This month's challenge is to celebrate the artist via portraiture. Artists may be visual, literary, or musical. Please make sure to let us know the subject of your art and a bit about the artist in question. Oh--and since we're all artists here, self-portraits are welcome as well!
True blues are perhaps the rarest colour in the garden, but once found, they're magical. This exhibit, we want to see your depictions of real flower species that are naturally blue. Think forget-me-nots, hydrangeas, salvias, Himalayan poppies, and the like.
April showers make for some magical outdoor photography. Mundane objects take on a jewel-like quality when wet. This month, we challenge you to get outdoors and show us a bit of that discovered magic.
When we put out a call for show suggestions in 2014, we saw requests for both chickens and goats. Which will YOU use as your muse for this multi-media exhibit?
The goal of this exhibit is two-fold: to bring together the work of our artists who design and make their own dolls and the work of our 2-d artists, challenging them to use dolls as their subject for a month. Are you up for the challenge, EBSQ?
This month, we want you to focus on the winter landscape, a time when nature is stripped back and snow makes everything new and pristine.
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