This month's word: OppositesUnlike our traditional EBSQ exhibits which are very structured, the point of EBSQ "one word concepts" is to present you a word and leave it totally open to your interpretation. Take your word anywhere you like. Just make sure your finished work relates in some obvious way to this month's word.There are no media restrictions. Any and all materials may be used to create y...see gallery of this art show)
This month's word: MetamorphosisUnlike our traditional EBSQ exhibits which are very structured, the point of EBSQ "one word concepts" is to present you a word and leave it totally open to your interpretation. Take your word anywhere you like. Just make sure your finished work relates in some obvious way to this month's word.There are no media restrictions. Any and all materials may be used to crea...
Missed entering an exhibit in 2016? No problem! Share your late entry here. The only caveat is that the piece was created in 2016 and meets all of the other requirements of the missed EBSQ exhibit. Artists MUST cite the exhibit in question as part of the artist statement for each entry.
This exhibit is open to both artist-made crowns AND 2-dimensional depictions of crowns.
Show us the creatures, both real and imagined, that inhabit the woods. This exhibit is open to all media.
This totally awesome exhibit asks you to dig deep into the back of your psyche closet and go 80's retro! All pieces need to refer to an obvious piece of 80's nostalgia, but otherwise, it's open season. Open to all media.
Time to kick back with some beach-related art, open to all media.
Looking for a unique collaboration opportunity that comes with instant inspiration? Then we have just the show for you! This month weíre hosting our 16th Annual Ripped Off show!If you havenít done a Ripped show in the past, hereís 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 interpreta...
Plein Air refers to landscape art executed entirely on site. This yearís proposed site is the garden, whether itís yours, a friends, or a public garden space. All works must be completed on site. All sites must be referenced in your artist statement. We suggest artists include what drew them to their chosen site and any challenges face while creating on site that day. Because of the nature of the ...
Itís been a while since our last self-portrait show. Show us the faces of EBSQ!
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EBSQ Art Exhibits
The following shows are accepting entries through February 28, 2017:
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