Still time to get Ripped Off! (it’s an Art thing)

Looking for an awesome collaborative art event? You’ve found it! This coming July, we’ll be hosting our 9th annual Ripped Off show!

If you haven’t done a Ripped show in the past, here’s how it works: you pair up with someone, and go through their portfolio and “rip off” a piece of their artwork. It can be one piece or a combination, your interpretation of their work, ideas, medium, technique. We invite you to check out past years’ exhibits to get an idea of the sort of things you can do. You must pair up with someone from EBSQ. Rip Offs of non-EBSQ art, like redoing the Mona Lisa or ripping off Picasso is not allowable for this show.

So, start pairing up! If you’re looking for a partner, sign up here, or feel free to contact someone privately and see if they’d like to partner with you, then post it here to let us know you’re paired. Have at it!

This is like any other show, you can have up to 5 entries…

Entries will be accepted through 30 July 2009.

Have fun and good luck!

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February Show Winners Announced

From The Figure in 3-D

Member’s Choice:

Art: Frame of Reference by Artist H M Deckert  

Frame of Reference by H. M. Deckert

 

From Encircled: Necklaces, Bracelets, & Rings

Member’s Choice:

Art: Spring Flowers by Artist Lauren Cole Abrams  

Spring Flowers by Lauren Cole Abrams

 

From One Word Concept: Hidden

Member’s Choice:

Art: Hide-Away  by Artist MARY ANNE Z. O'SULLIVAN  

Hide-Away by Mary Anne O’Sullivan

 

From Flower of the Month: Snowdrops

Member’s Choice:

Art: Snowdrops by Artist Andréa Dodwell  
Snow Drops by Andrea Dodwell

 

You can see all of February’s Member and Patron award winners at a glance at EBSQ.

Want to see what’s coming next? Check out our 2009 Art Exhibition Calendar.

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Dont be late for the Late Show

If that last piece of overdue art is on your easel or worktable, now’s the time to wrap it up and get it entered. T-minus 30 minutes. Grab hold of your redemption show while you still can!

The Better Late Than Never Show 2008

From 12/1/2008 thru 12/31/2008

  The Better Late Than Never Show 2008

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 … more

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November EBSQ Art Show Winners

 

On the Trail: Campaign Art

Campaign Art

 

Obama by Artist Kari Tirrell 

Member’s Choice: “Obama” by Kari Tirrell

 

Flower of the Month: Allium

Allium

 

purple puffer by Artist Lisa Thornton Whittaker 
Member’s Choice: Purple Puffer by Lisa Thornton Whittaker

 

 

 

8th Annual Portrait Swap

  8th Annual Portrait Swap

 

Frankie by Artist Kari Tirrell 
Member’s Choice: Frankie by Kari Tirrell

 

See all of this month’s winners at EBSQ

 

Also, don’t forget the following shows are now available for entry:

 

The 6th Annual Better Late than Never Show

Deck the Halls: The Ornament Show

Flower of the Month: Fruit Botanical Style

 

Plus the 2009 EBSQ Exhibition Schedule has been announced. Check it out!

Why wait til tomorrow? Vote now!

The Bat Show

Vote from now until 12:01am on 11/8/2008

  The Bat Show

Bats. The only mammal capable of true flight. Most bats eat insects, some eat fruit and a few are carnivorous. They are nocturnal. They … more

 

Fragile! Handle With Care: Glass

Vote from now until 12:01am on 11/8/2008

Glass

Glass as a medium creates magic. There is something about the quality of glass that we are drawn to. There are three different categories of … more

 

Flower of the Month: Black-Eyed Susan

Vote from now until 12:01am on 11/8/2008

Black-Eyed Susan

Black-Eyed Susans were a great favourite when I was a child. My mother used to have what felt like an acre of these magical late-summer … more

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