4th all technical Painting Exhibition
The drawing isn't the shape, it's the manner of seeing the shape. Edgar Degas
This contest is open to artists working in all painting techniques (oil painting, acrylic, watercolour, pastel and mixed techniques). Participation guidelines are detailed in the contest rules.
This month's jury, constituted of Winner of the October, the artist Guy Combes, Galerie Numéro 1, Galerie Bouillon d'Art, Galerie La Mosaïque, MyArtMakers and the RankArt jury, will award the Jury Prize (1500 €).
Special Prize from Galerie Numéro 1: 15 days exhibition in their gallery in Paris, including vernissage and marketing.
Special Christmas Prize:
For Christmas, the two founding members of the project RankArt (Arnaud and Marlene) will choose their favorite artist (Regardless of winners) to offer a 1 year subscription (3 photos per month for 12 months) with a value of 336 euros.
Special Prize ArToulouse:
For Christmas, in addition to regular monthly awards, RankArt choose an artist among the participants of December offering him a location for ArToulous'expo 2015 valued at € 744.
Participation is easy, you just have to follow the steps !
Prepare your best paintings, you might be one of our winners ! Mobilize your friends and collect as many "likes" as possible to win the public choice prize (3 prizes).
Updated January 2, 2015
Congratulations to you all and thank you for having proposed such a richness and artistic quality.
Your work has been seen by 34,673 visitors and are currently under the watchful eye of our juries.
We feverishly announcing 10 winners of December.
A little patience... By January 20 we will be fixed on the great winners of the jury.
The works marked with one star * are part of the 50 pre-selected (View the 50)
The works marked with two stars ** are among the 20 finalists (View the 20)
The works marked with two stars *** are the 10 winners.
DID YOU KNOW THAT ?
Dance is mostly represented at the Musée d'Orsay by painter Edgar Degas (1834 – 1917). He was fascinated by dance and liked to paint it. He was nicknamed "the painter of dancers" by Manet.