Abstracts – Overall Winning Artists Category
The Overall Winning Artists Category consists of the 10 Best Entries received from the 2 media categories of the Painting & Other Category and the Photography & Digital Category.
All winners will now be featured on the Light Space & Time website for the month of July 2012 and thereafter, the artworks and links to the artist’s websites will remain online in the Light Space & Time Archives. Congratulations to our artists who made our “Abstracts” Art Exhibition so successful this month. At any time, we invite our winners and other interested visitors to link their websites to the Gallery’s archive page for further ongoing promotion.
The Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery will have “Abstracts” Award Certificates, Event Postcard, Event Catalogue and Press Releases sent to you within the next week or so. Thank you for being part of the gallery. To return to the Abstracts Art Exhibition Page.
1st Place – Overall Category – Donna McGee – “This Mortal Coil”
Donna McGee lives and creates her art in Dublin, Ireland. Donna believes, “that our universe is a constant transformation of landscape, climate, changing seasons, human relationships and human sacrifice. The rich complexity of our lives constantly evolves around these dynamic changes revealing a labyrinth entangled in an intricate network.” She goes on further and states “The Irish landscape is a constant source of inspiration to me. The play of light and shadow contrasted against dramatic skies, rolling hills and rugged coastlines; all evoke memories of places once visited, as well as stimulating thoughts of well-being and harmony.” www.donnamcgee.ie
2nd Place – Overall Category – Angela Wales Rockett – “I Still Believe”
Angela Wales Rockett is a Tacoma, Washington based artist. Angela is a spiritually inspired artist, who paints expressive abstracts that soothe the soul with rich colors and texture and invite the viewer to precious moments of introspection. Her artwork has been included in solo and group exhibits across the United States and in Canada, and is included in many private collections. http://www.studiotenshi.com
3rd Place – Overall Category – Doug Ness – “Greece”
Doug Ness is a photographer currently working with Schneider Gallery in Chicago and the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art where he is a Member Artist. In 2011, he was the second prize winner of the ASMP New York “Image 11” contest. Doug is inspired by the following artists; Pollock, Rothko, Kandinsky, Hopper, and O’Keeffe. His website is www.dougnessphotography.com
4th Place – Overall Category – Anne Krøner – “The Wave”
Anne Krøner lives and creates her art in Denmark. Anne states that “I’am thrilled by painting in a transparent way. I like mixed media and specially have a passion for ink. I love beauty. The nature and people inspires me most. I’am a student of Matthew Archambault, from the Painting Tutorials Online.com wesbite.” Her website is http://anne-draws.com
5th Place – Overall Category – Mike Moats – “Birds Of Paradise Leaves”
Mike Moats is an award winning Pro Macro Nature Photographer. Mike has produced many articles and images that have been published in, Outdoor Photographer, Nature Photographer, Nature’s Best, PC Photo, Photo Life and NANPA Expressions Book. In addition he created the Tiny Landscapes Book and he is sponsored by Tamron, Fuji, Panasonic, Lensbaby and Nik Software. Mike teaches Macro workshops both online and throughout the USA. www.tinylandscapes.com
6th Place – Overall Category – Candace Law – “Red Runs Through”
Candace is an artist from Michigan. After receiving degrees and work in other fields, Candace Law earned a BFA in Architectural Illustration from Lawrence Technological University in 1998, but she found herself drawn to fine art. Her current work blends an interest in the natural world with the abstract, expressed through media that tends to be monochromatic — drawing or encaustic. Candace states, “Art for me is a means of communicating about our environment, our lives, sharing our experiences, and reflecting how they inform each other.” www.CandaceLaw.com
7th Place – Overall Category – Joe Calleri – “Edges”
Joe is an Australian award winning artist whose colorful and dramatic images have been exhibited in Australia, the United Kingdom, and in the United States. His theatre publicity images have been featured in The Age, The Herald Sun, MCV and Real Time. Joe states that “anything around me can be beautiful. It all depends on how I look at the object. Each day I challenge myself to find beauty and fine detail in the everyday, the innocuous, and in the small things that others may ignore, step over or around, overlook or perhaps take for granted.” http://www.redbubble.com/people/joecalleri
8th Place – Overall Category – Dennis Sabo – “Urban Landscape”
Dennis Sabo is a Tennessee based photographer, writer and producer. Dennis has extensive travel industry experience and is considered an expert regarding natural history and marine sciences for specific locales. Dennis’s photography has appeared in a variety of books and magazines for clients that include MSNBC, NOVA, NASA, Canon, Hilton Hotels, Rand McNally, Sport Diver, Forbes, Ocean Conservancy, Blue Planet, Best Dives of the Caribbean, and NBC. www.dsabophoto.com
9th Place – Overall Category – Tracy-Ann Marrison – “New Beginnings”
Tracy-Ann Marrison studied at the Cyprus College of Art and now works from her studio in Derbyshire, England. She takes a very expressive approach to her work and likes to use mixed media, vibrant colors, textures and patterns when creating her art. Tracy-Ann states, “I love to experiment with new media and push my materials to discover new techniques and effects. My work is held in private collections in the UK, USA, Europe and Australia.” Her website is www.tracyannmarrison.co.uk
10th Place – Overall Category – Jeff Rennicke – “Upstream”
Jeff Rennicke is a nationally-known writer and photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Reader’s Digest, Backpacker and more. Jeff is also a dynamic public speaker and a frequent lecturer for the National Geographic Society’s Expedition program.
His writing on destinations all over the world has twice (1993 and 2001) been given gold medals in the Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Competition sponsored by the Society of American Travel Writers and has been featured in Best Adventure Writing 2002 (Avalon Books). He lives in Bayfield, Wisconsin which is near Lake Superior. His website is www.jeffrennicke.com