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“Waking up” – Painting

Painting by Serap Arslankoc

This painting comes from my soul. I always painted as far as I remember myself. :) It was forbidden in my childhood, to not make dirty. This is still hurting and I am trying to get over.
Painting is meaningful to me and I am meaningful for painting. It is light of me…

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Rifleman Raoul

Rifleman Raoul

Artwork by T. Stonefield

As a Revolutionary War reenactor, I often take on the persona of an 18th Century itinerant artist, traveling from one historic house to the next. After painting each of the Mallaliu children, I decided to paint their father, Raoul dressed as an 1812 Rifleman. Not only does the painting detail the rifleman uniform and its accoutrements, but it reflects the model’s stance and personality set in one of the original battle sites…

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Rams fight

Rams fight

Painting by Metin Sharifov

In Azerbaijan ram fights were a part of traditions from ancient times. Rams carried a symbolic meaning, that’s why graves of soldiers and commanders were decorated with sculptures of rams.

This painting represents a ram fight in front of the ancient double gate of Old City (Baku).

My goal is to promote the art of Azerbaijan and improve my experiences…

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Mirror, Mirror…

Mirror, Mirror…

Portrait by Anita Nash

I really enjoy drawing and painting. I did an art and design course and obtained a fetac level 6. I would love to delve deeper into the technicalities behind drawing, such as perspective and proportion. My dream would be to be sell drawings and paintings for a living. I am especially interested in portraits, our faces reveal so much of who we are. I would really love to receive a place in the drawing academy, so that i can develop my drawings skills further…

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Maasai Damsel and Boy

Maasai Damsel and Boy

Artwork by Newton Ochieng Olonde

The maasai in Kenya as a people are the most strong willed I have ever known. Despite all the civilization en devours going on around them, they have stack to their way of life n are not embarrassed to show it. They are my fellow nilots since am a luo (tribe) but our life stile are worlds apart. I just love them.

Why I need to win:

The closest I have ever come to real fine art lesson is my secondary school teacher a Mr. Ludenyi Omega some 15 or so years ago. I know there is potential for me to learn more and be the best I can be…

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Tea Cups Drawing

Artwork from Rev. Dr. Priscilla Dross C. Marcial, M.Div., USA Ambassador FABI, LFIBC

I find drawing an exceptional form and expression of the discipline of “art”; and consider “Art” to be a very spiritual expression of possibilities via the utilization of all of our talents and skills to bring to life the miracle of what we see, experience, and want to share with others who are equally yolked and like minded. It is the miracle of true and actual “happenings”! I am by far an amateur and a work in progress by comparison…

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Getting in Touch with Your Latent Talents

Getting in Touch with Your Latent Talents

Artwork by Jayne Chilkes

Heart Activation Portrait – Oil Painting

I went on your Web Art Academy Course and I never thought I could paint. I tried oil painting at art college thirty years ago and it didn’t work for me very well.

I couldn’t believe the results of my portrait paintings and I am so grateful to have found your Academy and the expertise you offer.

It was truly the best art course I had done in many years! My intention for my soul portrait paintings is to help enhance healing and spiritual growth.

Thank you for this competition and your on-going support…

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Buntoo Art

Buntoo Art

Artwork by Mohsin Hayat Buntoo I’m from Pakistan and like to paint in oil on canvas. I really would like to win this competition as the drawing course will help me to improve my drawing skills so I could teach other art students in my town. Regards, Mohsin Hayat Enter the Art Competition »

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Portrait of Ronnie Wood

Portrait of Ronnie Wood

Artwork by Marcela Rogel de Pepper

Drawing and painting have always been part of my life, I remember my first drawing was a sketch of my favorite cartoons, I was probably eight or nine years old. It was then when I realized that I wanted to be an artist. However my parents could not afford to send me to an art school so I tried to teach myself by copying drawings and paintings from other artists and from books…

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