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 ...see gallery of this art show)
Whether you call them Dianthus, pinks, or carnations, can we all agree they're wonderful subjects just waiting to be painted, drawn, and photographed?see gallery of this art show)
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, ...see gallery of this art show)
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.see gallery of this art show)
This month, show us work featuring the fruits and vegetables (either harvested or in progress) of the summer gardensee gallery of this art show)
Ferns are the heart of so many woodland understories. Let's see them in all of their lacy glory.
Submarines. Coral. Mermaids. Kraken. Spongebob. Actual fish. If it's under the sea, it's all good.
Columbines (also known as Granny's bonnet, or more properly as Aquilegia) take centre stage this month. Show us your version of ths lovely perennial.
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...
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!
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