Newest EBSQ Juried Artists announced for Spring 2010

Congratulations to the newest members of EBSQ Juried Artists. Each artist was elected by at least a 2/3 majority by a peer jury.

Inshan Ali http://inshanali.ebsqart.com
Leea Baltes http://LEEABALTES.ebsqart.com
Theresa Bayer http://silverlark.ebsqart.com
Cindy Bontempo http://GOSHRIN.ebsqart.com
Ana Silvar Bouck http://ANASART.ebsqart.com
Marcine Dillon http://thisismarcine.ebsqart.com
Aimee Dingman http://podkaynestudios.ebsqart.com
Philippe Fernandez http://philippesarts.ebsqart.com
Shirley Inocenté http://jaishi.ebsqart.com
Jim Pearson http://jpearson.ebsqart.com
Belle Twigg http://belle.ebsqart.com
Jacquie Janzen Yee http://jacquieyee.ebsqart.com

Congratulations to both our newest members and all of the applicants. This was easily our strongest overall field of applicants in years!

EBSQ Juried Artist Applications will be accepted again in October 2010.

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7 thoughts on “Newest EBSQ Juried Artists announced for Spring 2010

  1. Thank you so much for this! No one will ever know just how much this means to me. Congratulations to all of my fellow new members! And a big encouragement to those that did not make it this time. Don’t stop!!! Know who you are as an Artist and keep moving forward. It doesn’t matter how long it takes you to reach your goal…just keep doing what it takes to get there. I wish the very best for all of you!

  2. The encouragement and support I received from my fellow EBSQers was huge and helped make the process so enjoyable. A part of me still feels unworthy, but this honour just makes me want to work harder, learn more and continue on the path of creativity and inspiration.

    It’s hard to put yourself out there to be judged but sometimes it’s the only way to find out if you’re going in the right direction. I received some good information in my critiques as to how I can improve upon my compositions and that is priceless to me.

    I’m so glad I stepped out of my comfort zone and did this. Thanks to the jury and Aimee and everyone who applied! Woo Hoo!!!

    Thanks EBSQ!!

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