World’s Best Abstract Digital Artists: MURPHY, KEVICH, KIM, RIVAS, STECKER, BYARD, BYUN, LAVENDAR, GAVIDIA, GLANDARIUS, FORTIN / 2022 AMERICAN ART AWARDS Winners
20 of USA’s Best Galleries & Museums vote in the AMERICAN ART AWARDS, arguably the most prestigious online art competition. In 2022, painters, sketchers, digital artists, photographers and sculptors from 69 countries submitted JPEGs for the 50 categories — to win gallery affiliation, career launch, high scores, great press and/or $5,000 in prizes.
Here are the winners in CATEGORY 48, DIGITAL — NONREPRESENTATIONAL
1st Place Bio: EARLE MURPHY III
After graduating from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1974 with a bachelor’s degree in painting, Earle Murphy moved to the west coast in 1976. Over the years his painting eventually gave way to digital artwork. Along the way, he had many different jobs; from cab driver to a model maker doing miniatures and special effects on The Right Stuff, Top Gun, and the Gumby TV Show. Somehow, Earle wound up as a federal employee doing spatial data management until he retired.
In general, he works with images (his own photographs and art as well as found images) altering the resulting digital art to various degrees. His creations combine aspects of Cubism, Surrealism, Abstract Expression, and are the unification all the “isms” within the known world of Art. By exploring line, color, composition, and space, he produces works that are both playful, intricate, and bewildering. http://earle-murphy.pixels.com
1st Place Bio: ANASTACIA KEVICH
I’m a self-taught contemporary artist with an economic education & woman-entrepreneur experience.
I am creating my works is acrylic abstract paintings on canvas in fluid pouring technique. Some of my work I modify and turn into objects of digital art and exhibit in the form of NFT.
My first acquaintance with painting happened at the age of 6. My grandfather took me to art school & I remember the moment when we were taught to draw with a brush first time, but at the same time our desires were not limited. And I started drawing with my fingers and got an interesting result. The teacher was surprised that I came up with such an idea. My artworks were chosen to represent our school at the exhibition. I have always been interested in a non-standard approach & this is my way in art.
As I got older, in my school, I entered the class with an aesthetic bias. And we had lessons where we studied painting and classical music. But after university I chose the profession guided by my mind, the financial sphere.
It was an interesting way, I love my profession but a year ago I realized that I wanted to do where my soul is and I started studying modern drawing methods and found something that expresses my feelings in the best way. All this time, almost every day, I tried and improved my skills in search of a beautiful drawing result. And today I can say that I have found my style and it is worthy of attention. https://linktr.ee/kevich
CONTACTS — — — — —CATEGORY 48. DIGITAL ART / NON-REPRESENTATIONAL
1ST PLACE — TIE EARLE MURPHY III USA http://earle-murphy.pixels.com “Out Of Nowhere” Various sizes available. Digital art.
1ST PLACE — TIE ANASTACIA KEVICH RUSSIA https://linktr.ee/kevich “Statera Art NFT” Generative artwork, based on my canvas painting, released in NFT.
2ND PLACE — TIE MINSHIC KIM USA email@example.com “Consuming Time” 12x18” Computer.
2ND PLACE — TIE RAMÓN RIVAS SPAIN http://www.rivismo.com “Riding To The Rhythm Of Sonata In The Moonlight” 195x195cm Mixed media-Rivismo on canvas.
3RD PLACE — TIE ALAN STECKER USA alanstecker.artspan.com “…And God Called The Light Day And The Darkness…Night” 24x40” Digital painting / inkjet print on film.
3RD PLACE — TIE ALAN STECKER USA alanstecker.artspan.com “God Created The Seas And Dry Land” 24x36” Digital painting / inkjet print on film.
4TH PLACE MICHAEL BYARD UK firstname.lastname@example.org “The Jazzman” Digital.
5TH PLACE — TIE JIYOO BYUN SOUTH KOREA email@example.com “Abstract Definition” 5x5” Graphic art.
5TH PLACE — TIE DIAMANTE LAVENDAR USA http://www.diamante-lavendar.pixels.com “The Joy Of Creation” Various sizes available Mixed media digital art.
6TH PLACE — TIE PEDRO GAVIDIA TOVAR MEXICO www.pedrogavidia.com “Life Is Extinguished” 60x60cm Digital art printed on 5mm. thick synthetic laminate.
6TH PLACE — TIE GARRULUS GLANDARIUS GERMANY www.garrulus-glandarius.de “Turquoise Treasure” 18x24” Digital print on canvas.
6TH PLACE — TIE PIERRE P FORTIN CANADA firstname.lastname@example.org “La Mêlée 3 (The Fray 3)” 16x20” Digital.
More winners from USA because more entered from USA.
100 ARTICLES on the 50 CATEGORIES of the 2022 AMERICAN ART AWARDS WINNING ARTISTS will be here: https://www.americanartawards.com/2022-press-on-artists/
COLLECTORS wanting to acquire these pieces or contact the artists can get direct links here: https://www.americanartawards.com/2022-winning-artists/
This is the 14th anniversary for the American Art Awards organization which selects the 20 Best Galleries and Museums each May, who decide the world’s best artists in Autumn.
American Art Awards 20 Best Galleries & Museums for 2022, in alphabetical order of state, who were asked to vote on art submissions:
BEST IN ARIZONA — Exposures International Gallery Of Fine Art
BEST IN ARKANSAS — Fort Smith Regional Art Museum
BEST IN CALIFORNIA — Exclusive Collections Galleries
BEST IN COLORADO — Mirada Fine Art
BEST IN DELAWARE — The Delaware Contemporary
BEST IN FLORIDA — MAC Art Galleries
BEST IN GEORGIA — Westobou Gallery
BEST IN HAWAII — Sunshine Arts
BEST IN INDIANA — Lubeznik Center for the Arts
BEST IN LOUISIANA — Arthur Roger Gallery
BEST IN MICHIGAN — LaFontsee Galleries
BEST IN MISSOURI — Hilliard Gallery
BEST IN NEBRASKA — Kiechel Fine Art
BEST IN NEW HAMPSHIRE — Rochester Museum of Fine Arts
BEST IN NEW MEXICO — Blue Rain Gallery
BEST IN NEW YORK — Center for Exploratory & Perceptual Arts
BEST IN OREGON — Bronze Coast Gallery
BEST IN SOUTH CAROLINA — Mary Martin Galleries Of Fine Art
BEST IN SOUTH DAKOTA — South Dakota Art Museum
BEST IN WEST VIRGINIA — West Virginia State Museum
Among other criteria, gallery & museum selections are based on years established, industry reputation, online interest, location, size, socially relevant exhibits, motivational and educational programs, represented artists as well as artist, client and visitor references.
or get a gallery to rate and price your work: https://www.americanartawards.com/gallery-ratings/