Fusion Art: Figures & Faces

Brian McClear | Fusion Art's 4th Annual Figures and Faces Exhibition

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What a wonderful surprise to have “Cheryl” selected as best in show in Fusion Art’s 4th Annual Figures and Faces Exhibition.
November 2018.

I’m very honored to be included alongside a wonderful group of artists. Thank you Fusion Art for this wonderful opportunity! — AND, thanks again Cheryl for your generosity posing and participating in the Ink & Oil series!

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Excerpt from Fusion Art’s: 4th Annual Figures & FacesArt Exhibition

Welcome to Fusion Art’s 4th Annual Figures & Faces International Online Juried Art Exhibition for the month of November 2018.

For this competition, both 2D and 3D artists were encouraged to share their best art and photography depicting the human form – both figures and faces. All artists, over the age of 18, regardless of location or experience, were encouraged to submit their best figurative art and photography.

We once again received a diverse collection of quality artwork from artists all around the world including the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, South Korea, Barbados, Israel, Taiwan, India, Poland, Faroe Islands, Hong Kong, Germany, South Africa, Columbia, Denmark and Japan.

In this monthly themed exhibition Fusion Art presents awards in three categories: Traditional Art, Digital Art & Photography and 3-Dimensional Art. The Figures & Faces Best in Show winners are Brian McClear for his oil on canvas, “Cheryl”, Barbara Mierau-Klein for her digital art, “Burning Fall” and David Tinsley for his driftwood, “Silent Sobs”. Brian, Barbara and David are Fusion Art’s Featured Artists for the month of November 2018 and, as the Best in Show winners, all three artists are invited to participate in Fusion Art’s 3rd Annual Group Show in Palm Springs in February 2019.

Other award winners include Second Place winners, Sarah Warda for her oil on canvas, “Winant”, Randy Gaul for his digital artwork, “Elder,” and Sherry Lupo for her clay sculpture, “Garden Maiden”. Third Place awards were given to Aleksandra Lis for her oil on canvas, “Touch #2” Jim Leach for his photograph, “Shy Thai Girl,” and Joanna Sokolowska for her alabaster stone, “Silence”. Fourth Place awards were given to Laurie Rosenberg for her acrylic on canvas, “Steam Punk Who Are You?”, August Naude for his photograph, “No Encore,” and David Tinsley for his driftwood, “Be Still My Heart”. Fifth Place awards were given to Hima Chennamaraju for her oil on canvas, “Peace it Together,” John McCluskey for his digital photograph, “Jazz Night,” and Elaine Weiner-Reed for her wire, plastic and concrete, “Resurrection”.

Please visit the Monthly Winners Page to learn more about each of these award winning artists and/or to contact them directly about their work.

In addition, this month, fourteen honorable mention awards are given as special recognition due to the exceptional quality of the art received for this competition. Honorable Mention awards in the Traditional Art category are given to Laurie Elizabeth McKinley for her oil on canvas, “Summer Play (Santa Barbara)”, Michael Manente for his oil painting, “The Fisherman”, Barbara Mosher for her mixed media, “Warhol”, Joanna Sokolowska for her oil on canvas, “Who Am I?”, Athira Retheesh for her oil on canvas, “African Tribe,” Kristen Eisenbraun for her oil on canvas, “Lady Raves,” Maria Pazos for her watercolor, “Hiding,” and Yochi Yakir-Avin for her oil on canvas, “Self Portrait”.

Honorable Mention awards in the Digital & Photography category are given to Margaret Makowski for her digital photograph, “Just Me”, Liza Botkin for her silver gelatin print, “Going Up”, Don Hatcher for his photograph, “Emily,” Nicholas Kozis for his digital artwork, “Pose #1,” Carmen Teixidor for her digital print, “Figure & Avatar,” and Harry Longstreet for his archival inkjet print, “Ferry to the Prom”.

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