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Alisa Mustafina wrote:Hi From Russia! I'm new here and this is the first art contest I'm participating in! Hope my artwork meets the rules! Warmest greetings from Siberia!
Here is a link to the painting:
https://www.foundmyself.com/Alisa+Musta ... ing/171584
Gorgeous lovely wintery scene! I love the trees. The whole concept is just gorgeous. Good luck!
Wonderful colors! Great piece for this fun contest and good luck!
BogStandad wrote:Hi all, my first attempt at creating a image for the competition. It is called (Supermoon Siberia), a single track journey to a far off distant light. Inspired by the recent Supermoon and the image on this page above by Alisa Mustafina.
Cool, thanks to all, please enjoy, Bog.
What an amazing piece! I like the whole concept. Good luck!
Christopher Reid wrote:
My entry for the Light in the Winter Darkness contest:
"Winter Sunset" 18x24 pastel on paper
by Christopher Reid
I like how you used light and dark in this wintery scene. Good luck!
Tanna De Galicia wrote:I have many wonderful winter inspired pieces.
Stunning all pieces. My fav is the very first one. Great on the lighting. Good luck!
This is my entry to the Light in winter contest. 20" x 30" Original oil painting. This is Brechin Cathedral. From my home town Brechin in sunny Scotland
Wonderful painting. I like the snow and the trees. Great details. Good luck!
sue hazelton wrote:Hi everyone, Here's my entry for the contest. I went out last night, and took this, a regular untouched photo.
Good Luck everyone and a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All!
Hi Sue! Happy Holidays to you and yours. Good luck with the contest! Great photo. Simple, but the lighting from the window gives it depth!
Here's my all natural photograph with only light enhancement
I love that blue! Lovely scene. Good luck!
Northern Aurora wrote:Utmost really is full of Darkness,and expression of exsistance is Light.So probably first word was "Let there be light".Mysterious is darkness with its lots of possibilitis...."Supermoon" also one of them.
It is a dark winter scene, but what stands out to me is that beautiful water and the moon. Great job on this. Good luck!
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