This month's focus is variations of the pansy: Pansies, violas, johnny-jump-ups, and the like.
Digital painting is an emerging art form, utilizing traditional painting methods with digital tools. This exhibit will give you the opportunity to showcase your painting chops via these new tools.All entries need to include the software/methods used as part of the final artist statement.
This month's flower is one of the first heralds of spring. Show us the beauty of the hellebore.
This time of year in the Northern Hemisphere, the only flowers we see are typically in a vase. Care to show us a mixed-flower bouquet or two to brighten these short winter days?
Hej! Here's your opportunity to explore the legends and lore of the Vikings, passed on to the peoples of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. We want to see Thor, Odin, Freyja, the giants who inhabit the mountains, and the heroes of Prose Edda that have survived through the centuries to populate today's sci-fi and popular culture. Since this is a history-cen...
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 2012 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...
We've noticed a trend at EBSQ; people like to create artwork featuring animals decked out in (or with) Winter Holiday-themed regalia. So, we figured, why not? Go ahead and indulge!
The Winter Holidays are best known for generic monoculture evergreen wreaths. But there is a long tradition of using whatever plants happen to be on hand to create wreaths. Everything from bay leaves and boxwood to dried hydrangeous and fruit. This month, we challenge you to either artistically depict OR physically create a magnificent botanical wreath.
Have you noticed how the Mayan calendar's predicted end of an era at the Winter Solstice of 2012 has transmogrified into a full-blown predicition for a Zombie Apocalypse? What does that look like? I bet you, dear friends, have a fair idea. We want to see your best artist depiction of all things zombie and apocalypse related. And should the world continue to turn (sans zombies) past the 21st of Dec...
Tortoises and hares (or if you prefer, turles and bunnies) either together or separate.
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