During World Wars I & II, the rallying cry was Dig for Victory. People were asked to dig up their flowers and focus on food production. Now in the less-than-desirable economy of the early 21st Century, Grow Your Own has become the new rallying cry, but the focus is the same: flowers giving way to vegetable, herbs, and fruit. Here at EBSQ, we're of the opinion that vegetable gardens can be just as ...
The subject is completely open, but the required technique this month is tightly defined. All entries must be manually rendered in individual small dots of pure colour to create a pattern.
As we approach summer in the Northern Hemisphere, we're taking time to celebrate all of the gorgeous plants found in the wild, proud parents to the cultivated varieties we usually feature here at EBSQ.
As part of our Summer Exhibit Trio, we're asking you to to create work featuring butterflies and moths, proud pollinators for our FOTM exhibit. We would prefer depictions of ACTUAL species found in nature, not made-up critters. Please include the species name if known.
We're doing a trio of summer-related exhibits this month. This exhibit should exude the spirit of summer: the heat, the lushness, the freedom. The living is easy.
Red, grey, black, flying..show us your squirrels!
This month, we challenge your artistic skills to create the ultimate bridal bouquet.
We've tackled medicinal herbs in the past. This month, we're opening things up a bit more to encompass culinary herbs as well.
When a friend saw the title of this show, she asked if Crocodile Dundee was eligible. "No," I answered with a laugh. "But all of the other brilliant and unique wildlife of the Australian continent are." Certainly, marsupials are the first group of animals that come to mind, but the biodiversity of Australia goes well beyond Kangaroos and Koalas. So long as the animal is indiginous to Australia, i...
In the past, we've had pen and ink exhibits. And our marker artists asked (and rightly so) where was the love for their media? This month, we're righting a wong and celebrating both.
Art of the Day
EBSQ Art Exhibits
The following shows are accepting entries through November 30, 2014:
Recent Featured Artists
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