Time’s running out to enter February art exhibits

If you haven’t yet, you still have a few days left to enter one (or more!) of our monthly exhibits for February 2011:

Art Exhibit The Art of Dance

We invite all works of art depicting dancing in all of its forms. We strongly recommend all artists include in their statement information about why and how they chose to create their piece, as statements can enhance the experience for the online viewer. We also encourage you to include detail shots of your entries. This will allow the viewer to fully appreciate your work as small details can…

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Art Exhibit Paris

Artists have long had a love affair with the City of Lights. Show us your take on Paris. We strongly recommend all artists include in their statement information about why and how they chose to create their piece, as statements can enhance the experience for the online viewer. We also encourage you to include detail shots of your entries. This will allow the viewer to fully appreciate your work as…

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Art Exhibit In the Winter Garden

We have another unusual botanical show for you this month: show us outdoor plants in winter. Evergreens, shrubs with berries, and even winter-blooming plants. We strongly recommend all artists include in their statement information about why and how they chose to create their piece, as statements can enhance the experience for the online viewer. We also encourage you to include detail shots of you…

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Art Exhibit One Word Concept: Plural

This month’s word: PLURAL. Unlike 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…

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The deadline to enter February exhibits is 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time on 28 February 2011.  Voting runs through March 7th. Winners will be announced on March 8th.

Here’s what you can look forward to in March 2011:

Art Exhibit Rhinoceros

Is there anything more preposterous than an artist-made rhinoceros? Show us yours!

Art Exhibit On the Go: Motion Photography

Show us your best motion captures. Both digital and traditional film photographs are welcome.  Juried by Eric Schmadel

Art Exhibit Bonsai

This month’s focus is the Art of Bonsai. In art

Art Exhibit One Word Concept: Familiar

This month’s word: FAMILIAR

So–8 shows for your consideration, including our first juried show of the 2011 exhibition season.  Go create something awesome!

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