WORLD ART AWARDS Submissions (Part 2): Whimsical Charcoals, Naïve Figures, Digital Drama, Manipulated Storm Photos, Abstract Seascapes, Nuclear Scare
If you chase beauty like I do, you’ll love these February articles showing you the beautiful and diverse art entered from around the globe in the first annual World Art Awards, scored by 20 of the best galleries in the world, seen here:
The 20 Best Galleries Museums In The World 2023 — World Art Awards & American Art Awards
WE ARE CURRENTLY DECIDING THE 7 REMAINING WORLD’S 20 BEST GALLERIES, 2023. Each year, the WORLD ART AWARDS board…
Any sketcher, painter, digital artist, sculptor or photographer can pay a small fee and enter online images by April 30. They will be placed in the one of fifty categories where they have the best chance to win: Oil, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal, pastel, realism, impressionism, naïve, abstract, expressionism, human figure, animal, landscape, fantasy, surrealism, pop, portrait, self-portrait, political, erotic, cubism, floral, humor, spiritual, various photography, sculpture, digital, etc..
Five thousand dollars in cash prizes will be divided between 6 artists (highest votes) and all 1st to 6th Place winners (300+ total) will receive great press.
World Art Awards launches this year, a sister competition of the prestigious online art competition American Art Awards after 15 years of success.
The only difference is World Art Awards submissions are sent to the World’s 20 Best Galleries to score, while in American Art Awards submissions are sent to USA’s 20 Best Galleries to score. Same categories, same prizes, same press and same opportunity that one of the revered art institutions is so taken by an artist’s work that they contact them for representation.
Below are brand new submissions from talented artists. Feel free to browse their sites or contact them if interested in buying their work, which may turn out to be a World Art Awards winner in late June, or American Art Awards winner in late October.
KENNETH C. JOHN NIGERIA “Where Hope Is Found” 36x48” Charcoal, graphite & colour on paper.
KENNETH C. JOHN NIGERIA “Welcome To Reality” 36x48” Charcoal, graphite & colour on paper.
DIGITAL DI CYPRUS https://instagram.com/digital_di_art “Believe You, Honestly” 40x50" Digital art.
LINDA M FITZGERALD USA lindafitzgeraldgalleryandgifts.com “The Beauty Of Disaster” 30x71.5” Acrylic on canvas.
ALEJANDRO PINZON COLOMBIA https://alejandropinzonart.com/ “The End Of The World” 120x90cm Oil on canvas. Naive art — Figure
NASRAH NEFER GERMANY www.nasrahnefer.art “Indian Girl” 40x40cm Oil and acrylic on canvas. WORLD ART AWARDS
NASRAH NEFER GERMANY www.nasrahnefer.art “Dreaming” 50x70cm Oil and acrylic on canvas. AMERICAN ART AWARDS
CHRISTY MANDEVILLE USA https://christy-mandeville.pixels.com/ “Purple Rain” 36x22.5" Photography on canvas. CATEGORY: MANIPULATED PHOTOGRAPHY — LANDSCAPE OR STILL LIFE — WORLD ART AWARDS
CHRISTY MANDEVILLE USA https://christy-mandeville.pixels.com/ “Darla’s Dance” 36x28" Photography on canvas. CATEGORY: MANIPULATED PHOTOGRAPHY — LANDSCAPE OR STILL LIFE — AMERICAN ART AWARDS
KENLY CHAN KAM YUEN HONG KONG “Image — Give Us Vision” 61x91.5cm Acrylic.
KENLY CHAN KAM YUEN HONG KONG “New Kingdom — Fill This Place” 61x91.5cm Acrylic.
KENLY CHAN KAM YUEN HONG KONG “Unreal — Here I Am” 61x91.5cm Acrylic.
KENLY CHAN KAM YUEN HONG KONG “Id — There Is A God” 610x915cm Acrylic.