The overall winning artists category consists of the 10 Best Entries received from the 2 media categories.
All winners will now be featured on the Light Space & Time website for the month of March 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 “Landscapes” 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 “Landscapes” 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 Landscapes Art Exhibition Page.
1st Place – Jasna Bell – “Morning Light”
Jasna Bell paints both contemporary and more traditional themes, depending on the inspiration at the time. As a foreign Lawyer (BA in Law) she worked in Law and the commercial field for many years. Jasna, for years has been harboring a love for art and painting in particular. She is now a full time painter and determined to re-capture the excitement and experience of transition into a new world of art. In a very short time, Jasna has held a number of exhibitions. http://www.bellpaintings.com
2nd Place – David Henderson – “Fosterfields”
Dave Henderson is a lifelong resident of New Jersey. Dave developed a passion for painting at an early age. He graduated from Boston University in 1976 with a Fine Arts degree in painting. Upon returning to the New York area, Mr. Henderson worked as an illustrator for over twenty five years. He is now making the journey into fine art. He lives and works out of his studio in Boonton Township, NJ. http://www.dfhendersonfineart.com
3rd Place – Cliff LaPlant – “Trees”
I hope you enjoy my photographs as much as I have enjoyed making them. I have been photographing the outdoors for over ten years and have an immense love for wilderness and wildlife. Cliff states about his work, “I immensely enjoy discovering new photographic opportunities in places that interest me.” www.sierralara.com
4th Place – Emily Hannon – “Pink Irises”
To Emily Hannon, painting is a process of undoing, of being undone, a gradual discovery of meaning, limitations and possibilities and of finding inspiration, solutions and remedies in the materials, objects, encounters and experiences- ‘the stuff’- of ordinary, everyday life. It is a process that has the potential to reveal much of one’s own self- world relationship thereby telling the part of the story one has worked and shaped which always begins with, “There was, there was not…” www.emilyhannon.co.uk
5th Place – Tomas Green – “Split Rail”
Tomas Green works with Acrylics, Rock, and Photography. He balances his art with the rest of his life, as he is still in High School. He strives to bring the beauty out of the places he’s been. And believes art can exist in the most common of places. Tomas states about his art, “Art has become a passion of mine, though I do not get much time for it. I know however, that I will always keep it on the side as I go into my career and beyond. I have a dream to open a small art gallery when I get to retiring age, and to support other young artists like myself.” http://www.tomastheartist.com
6th Place – Vincenzo Corrado – “Tuscan Sunrise”
Vincenzo Corrado, born in Naples in 1961 and he lives in Rome, Italy. His hobby is to create computer drawings. He has always been fond of drawing in pencil and charcoal, tools that give way to express themselves freely. First shows a predilection for portrait and figurative subjects, and only later discovered a more suitable arrangement for the symbolic genre – metaphorical. http://vincentcorrado.carbonmade.com
7th Place – Stephanie Visser – “Water and Light 2”
Stephanie Visser, a native of southwestern Michigan, was educated at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids Michigan. She continued her education in fine arts and painting at Western Michigan University and Pasadena College of Art and Design after relocating to southern California in 2002. Her work has been shown in many exhibitions throughout California and nationally. Her website is http://www.stephanievisser.com
8th Place – Jon Holiday – “Hill Country Heaven”
For 26 years, Jon has been the owner and operator of Image One Media in Fort Worth, TX, who specializes in photography, video production, and audio-visual presentations. Jon fell in love with photography at age 9, and has received numerous awards for his images. He founded and led the Hope Camera Club for 8 years, and as such has done numerous instructional presentations and training sessions. His photographic experience spans a variety of styles and situations. www.photosbyjon.com
9th Place – Abe Blair – “Forrest”
Abe Blair is a photographer, born and raised in Oregon and currently living in the Foothills of Lake Tahoe, CA. With some formal photography education he has spent the last 12 years shooting professionally focusing on outdoor sports both action and studio product. “Constantly learning and exploring photography while experiencing the outdoors is what keeps me going”. Recently Abe has been going back to his original film photography background working in medium format. www.blindmanphotos.com
10th Place – Jake Morrison – “Breathing Light”
Having spent a lifetime photographing family and travel, Jake Morrison started exploring the world of Art photography about ten years ago. This exploration has included classes at The Ottawa School of Art and at School of Photography: Ottawa. It has also included a number of shows of prints, both self-produced and juried. www.WithFlare.org