Tis the Season at EBSQ

The EBSQ Gallery ‘Tis the Season‘ has forty-nine pages of wondrous holiday and winter art, dating from as far back as 2004. Instead of choosing only the most recent entries, I thought it might be fun to have a sample of them all. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!

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EBSQ Holiday Showcase 2012

Happy Holidays!

Enchanted Holly by Melanie Pruitt  Christmas Bauble by Christine Striemer

Home for the Holidays by Ann Ranlett Rudolph and Pengy by Sherry Key

Christmas 2012 by Valerie Jeanne Red Barn by Christine Striemer

No Galaxy is too Far Away by Amanda Makepeace Packages Galore by Carolyn Schiffhouer

Near San Luis by Christine Wasankari Hot Toddy by Windi Rosson

Santas Little Helper by Ann Ranlett Christmas Tree by Carolyn Schiffhouer

Vintage Christmas Charm Bracelet by Lisa Wiktorek Winters Light by Christine Wasankari

Sparkling Snow ACEO by Carmen Medlin Glacier by Windi Rosson

Don’t miss out on more wonderful holiday art. Check out the Tis the Season Art Gallery on EBSQ.

Featured above are: Christine Wasankari, Ann Ranlett, Valerie Jeanne, Christine Striemer, Amanda Makepeace, Melanie Pruitt, Sherry Key, Carolyn Schiffhouer, Windi Rosson, Lisa Wiktorek, and Carmen Medlin.

EBSQ Friday Five

The EBSQ Friday Five offers a brief look at noteworthy news from around the EBSQ Artist Blogosphere.

Holiday Tree by Gretchen Del Rio

1. Holiday Tree – Cats plus Christmas Trees. Need I say more? Artist Gretchen Del Rio captures the more light-hearted side of this yearly phenomena.

2. Tis the Season “Things with Wings” – Check out the latest whimsical art from Sherry Key! These will be available for Nibblefest in the coming month.

3. Time-lapse Movie: Season’s Between – I never tire of watching Brenda Boylan’s time-lapse movies. It’s fascinating to see her pastel paintings to come to life!

4. Meet Steampunk Edna – Steampunk is cool. Steampunk and Zombies are awesome! Check out the latest creation from Michele Lynch, from beginning to end.

5. Artist’s Journal Workshop – Congratulations are in order for Cathy Johnson, who’s new book on artist’s journals will be out next year. Keep an eye out for the cover; which she will reveal on her blog in the coming months.

 

Happy Holidays!