This year, we're tackling all four seasons. We've finally arrived at the last season on this year's schedule: Autumn. Here's your chance to create artwork that epitomizes everything autumn has to offer.
It doesn't get much more simple than this: create art featuring cats and dogs. Preferably together, but seperately is acceptable as well. It just isn't as much fun.
This month, we want you to seek out and celebrate plants tough enough to survive the harsh extremes of life on the prairie.
August brings us to our biennial Plein Air exhibit. Every other year we invite you to gather your art supplies and head out to the great outdoors. Find the perfect spot and use your pencils and paints (or even iPads) to reproduce what you see before you. This year there is once again a twist to the Plein Air show. We have narrowed the focus to one subject - water. All entries must have an outdoor ...
Quite simply: we'd ideally like to see depictions of animals typically associated with the African safari. But ALL indigenous African species are welcome.
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.
Art of the Day
EBSQ Art Exhibits
The following shows are accepting entries through March 31, 2015:
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