World’s Best Landscape Impressionists Named By America’s 25 Best Galleries: WALLS, CHOI, TILBY, MITCHELL, ALMEIDA, GERALD, RADIVILOVIC PIER, GROZDANOVSKI, SCHEMBRI, PHILAURI, URAKOV, FITZGERALD & DURAND / 2021 AMERICAN ART AWARDS
Each May the American Art Awards organization selects the 25 Best Galleries and Museums in America, then in autumn these revered art institutions vote on online art to decide the world’s best contemporary artists.
The 25 Best GALLERIES + MUSEUMS In America, 2021 — American Art AwardsAmerican Art Awards
The AAA board chooses only one gallery or museum per state per year. Among other criteria, selections are based on…
America’s Best Galleries & Museums scored almost 2,000 works in 50 categories from 64 countries.
Winners in this category are from USA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, LITHUANIA, SERBIA, GEORGIA, UZBEKISTAH & FRANCE
BIO OF 1ST PLACE WINNER: William Choi has developed a great passion for art and painting as an artist over the past 5 years initially being self-taught and mentored by oil and pastel artists in Australia as well as attending numerous face to face and online artist workshops. He has received previous prizes and honourable mentions from local art societies in New South Wales and South Australia. William has also previously won sixth place in 2019 and third place in 2020 in the American Art Awards.
William approaches his painting by capturing the intrinsic beauty he sees in human interaction, nature and the general world around him. His study of light and how it interacts with a subject or a scene, is the main key of how William tries to capture a moment in time or the feeling of what he is observing. William initially uses tonal approaches to his paintings followed by a strong confident use of colour which give his impressionistic paintings a colourful depth and movement. In this approach William hopes to evoke an emotion, a memory or a sense of wonderment to the viewers of his paintings.
BIO OF 1ST PLACE WINNER STACIE WALLS
I once heard a saying that there are no straight lines in nature.
In my artwork I do not limit myself to one medium, style or concept.
Inspiration-nature, flowers, leaves, trees, lichen, rust, old barns, abstract shapes and colors coming together to form a picture or a feeling.
Materials I frequently use: glass, alcohol ink, copic markers, soldering iron, yupo paper, cement, thin set, china, mesh, beads.
My style is always evolving and changing.
ARTIST CONTACTS FOR ART COLLECTORS:
Category 22. IMPRESSIONISM — LANDSCAPE
1st Place-Tie STACIE WALLS USA www.staciewallsartist.com “Daydreaming” 40x40" Glass On Wedi board.
1st Place-Tie WILLIAM CHOI AUSTRALIA email@example.com
“Way To Home” 18x21" Soft pastel. Impression — Landscape
2nd Place DEBORAH TILBY CANADA www.deborahtilby.com “Force Of Nature” 14x36" Oil on board.
3rd Place-Tie DEBORAH TILBY CANADA www.deborahtilby.com “The Little Island” 18x36" Oil on board.
3rd Place-Tie R.D. MITCHELL USA www.rdmitchellcollection.com “Summer Tananger” 30x19” Oil on birch panel.
3rd Place-Tie TONY ALMEIDA USA http://www.artbytony.org “Days End” 32x40" Mixed media on canvas.
4th Place-Tie DEBRA GERALD USA firstname.lastname@example.org
“Colorado Sunset” 16x20” Oil on canvas.
4th Place-Tie ANA RADIVILOVIC LITHUANIA email@example.com
“Splash” 36x56cm Watercolor on paper.
4th Place-Tie BRIAN PIER USA http://www.brianpierfineart.com “Eventide Mooring II” 12x44" Oil on canvas.
5th Place-Tie IVAN GROZDANOVSKI SERBIA firstname.lastname@example.org
“Hold Fast To Dreams” 60x60cm Acrylic on canvas.
5th Place-Tie RICKY SCHEMBRI AUSTRALIA www.rickyschembri.com “Evening — Killarney” 20.5x12.5” Pastel on paper.
6th Place-Tie GELA PHILAURI GEORGIA www.damenia-philauri.com 28x36cm “Old House In Tbilisi” Aquarelle on paper.
6th Place-Tie BAKHTIYAR URAKOV UZBEKISTAH www.artnikk.tilda.ws “Motherland” 110x100cm Canvas, oil.
6th Place-Tie LINDA FITZGERALD USA www.lindafitzgeraldgalleryandgifts.com “Stormy Weather” 12x24” Acrylic on canvas.
6th Place-Tie GILLES DURAND France http://www.gillesdurand.fr “Saint Jean At Dusk, Lyon” 25x35cm Watercolor on paper.
Click below to see the relaxing hour-long movie revealing 2021’s hundreds of winning artworks:
Artworks from 59 countries won among the 50 categories: paintings, drawings, photography, digital and sculpture. (Americans won more because Americans entered more since the competition is better known here.)
Number of winners per country: Argentina 1, Australia 12, Belarus 2, Belgium 2, Brazil 3, Bulgaria 2, Canada 30, China 85, Croatia 2, Cyprus 1, Denmark 2, England 2, Finland 1, France 7, Georgia 3, Germany 18, Ghana 1, Greece 3, Hungary 2, Japan 1, India 10, Iran 1, Ireland 1, Israel 1, Italy 14, Kazakhstan 1, Kuwait 2, Latvia 6, Lithuania 27, Macedonia 5, Malaysia 2, Mexico 2, Moldova 1, Morocco 1, Netherlands 3, New Zealand 1, Nigeria 8, Norway 1, Oman 1, Pakistan 1, Philippines 5, Poland 8, Republic Of Korea 12, Romania 2, Russia 45, Serbia 1, South Africa 8, Spain 11, Sweden 3, Taiwan 7, Thailand 1, Turkey 3, Uganda 1, UK 10, Ukraine 5, USA 264, Uzbekistan 1, Zambia 1, Zimbabwe 2.
ART COLLECTORS: all winning images and corresponding contact info of all the artists will soon be uploaded to this page:
2021 Winning Artists — American Art AwardsAmerican Art Awards
America’s 25 Best Galleries & Museums were asked to score about 2,000 works from 64 countries.
This year’s 25 Best Galleries & Museums asked to vote on art were:
BEST IN ARIZONA: Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art
BEST IN CALIFORNIA: Revolver Gallery
BEST IN COLORADO: Mirada Fine Art
BEST IN FLORIDA: Art Fusion Galleries
BEST IN HAWAII: Sunshine Arts
BEST IN ILLINOIS: Trickster Cultural Center
BEST IN IOWA: Moberg Gallery
BEST IN KANSAS: Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery
BEST IN KENTUCKY: E&S Gallery
BEST IN LOUISIANA: Jonathan Ferrara Gallery
BEST IN MASSACHUSETTS: Boston Sculptors Gallery
BEST IN MISSOURI: Hilliard Gallery
BEST IN MONTANA: Dana Gallery
BEST IN NEBRASKA: Kiechel Fine Art
BEST IN NEVADA: Metropolitan Gallery Las Vegas Art Museum
BEST IN NEW JERSEY: Evalyn Dunn Gallery
BEST IN NEW YORK: LIK SOHO
BEST IN NEW MEXICO: GF Contemporary
BEST IN NORTH CAROLINA: The Arts Council of Fayetteville| Cumberland County
BEST IN SOUTH CAROLINA: Mary Martin Galleries Of Fine Art
BEST IN SOUTH DAKOTA: South Dakota Art Museum
BEST IN TENNESSEE: Stanford Fine Art
BEST IN TEXAS: Ao5
BEST IN WASHINGTON: Maryhill Museum of Art
BEST IN WEST VIRGINIA: Parkersburg Art Center