Winners, Voters, & Winter Membership Sale

We have a winner!

Guest-juror Robb Padgett has finished reviewing EBSQ’s Zombie Apocalypse and the results are in!

Juror’s Choice:

Peelings, nothing more than peelings

“Peelings, nothing more than peelings” by Windi Rosson

Stop by and see who else won, as well as some thoughts from our juror here.

Our thanks to Robb, our three award winners, and to all of the participating artists!

Still time to vote!

Voting continues for our other three December exhibits. EBSQ Members can log in to vote for Member’s Choice and site patrons and visitors are invited to utilize our social-vote buttons for the Cloud Choice awards. Winners will be announced on 8 January 2013! So vote now!

Our winter sale continues–grab a great deal before they melt away!

We’re gearing up for big changes at EBSQ, including going advertising-free, but we need your help to do it!  Unfortunately, we still haven’t met our goal of 150 new members to replace the lost advertising revenue.

To that end, monthly memberships and permanent accounts are still on sale. Each new (and returning) monthly member helps us meet our monthly bills and expenses. Each permanent account purchase goes toward upgrading equipment, software licenses (including a major upgrade to our forum software), and building toward our future so we can compete with the big fish out there.

Please help. Spread the word. Forward this to a friend. Join (or re-join) if you can. Together, we can make 2013 an incredible year for the self-representing artist.

Wishing you peace, prosperity, and an Artful New Year,
-Amie Gillingham on behalf  of Team EBSQ
http://www.ebsqart.com
Supporting living artists since 2000

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14th Annual Venus Envy Juried Exhibition 2012

EBSQ Aritst, Melanie Douthit recently had a painting accepted into the 14th Annual Venus Envy Juried Exhibition 2012 at Baton Rouge Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA. The juror for the show, titled “Too Much Pink”, is Michaelene Walsh. The title of Douthit’s accepted painting is “Night Flight.” Melanie has been a juried member of EBSQ since 2000. You can view more of her work at www.melaniedouthit.com

Every year, Baton Rouge Gallery and Venus Envy (a Missouri-based non-profit organization driven by women which positively affects everyone by empowering women through the arts) team up to present an exciting multimedia contemporary art exhibition showcasing the work of female artists in the southeastern United States. The 14th annual Venus Envy Baton Rouge exhibition will run April 17-26, 2012.

The reception for this exhibition, which is free and open to the public, is Saturday, April 21, 7-9 pm at the Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary Art, 1442 City Park Ave, Baton Rouge, LA. The contact number for the Baton Rouge Gallery is 225-383-1470. Website: www.batonrougegallery.org

Congratulations, Melanie!