In autumn, when so many flowers are done with their summer show, ornamental grasses are looking their best. Let's see yours!see gallery of this art show)
Books, television, and film inspire us in so many ways. We want to keep living in those worlds, reimagine the characters, and in some small way, make them our own. This month, we're celebrating works directly inspired by these types of visual and literary media. Open to all media, but artworks should be inspired by your book,comic, game, film, or television show of choice--not merely a replica of ...
All artwork should be inspired by or made from items commonly found in a toolbox. Examples would include still life art feature tools and assemblages made from actual tools.
This month, show us work featuring the fruits and vegetables (either harvested or in progress) of the summer garden
Looking for an unusual collaboration opportunity that comes with instant inspiration? Boy, have we got your covered! This month we’re hosting our 14th Annual Ripped Off show! (Yup, we're nearly into the second half of our second decade! We can't quite believe it either!) 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 ...
Whether you call them Dianthus, pinks, or carnations, can we all agree they're wonderful subjects just waiting to be painted, drawn, and photographed?
Ferns are the heart of so many woodland understories. Let's see them in all of their lacy glory.
PLEASE NOTE: THE DEADLINE FOR THIS EXHIBIT HAS BEEN EXTENDED DUE TO CONFUSION ABOUT DOES AND DOESN'T MEET THE DEFINITION OF PLEIN AIRThis exhibit, we invite you to creat a plein air landscape (ie, 100% done from life, outside on location) with a focus on reflections. All work MUST be completed on site. Photography and 3-d media is ineligible. Digital art, such as working on a WACOM tablet, again, ...
Submarines. Coral. Mermaids. Kraken. Spongebob. Actual fish. If it's under the sea, it's all good.
Art of the Day
EBSQ Art Exhibits
The following shows are accepting entries through October 31, 2014:
Recent Featured Artists
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