In Full Bloom

J. Mane Gallery is pleased to present it's In Full Bloom International Online Juried Art Exhibition for the month of October 2018. Throughout the history of art, certain subjects have resonated particularly strongly with artists and audiences alike. Trends reveal art's most popular muses, with flowers at the forefront.

Art Exhibition previously on at J. Mane Gallery in United States.
From Monday 01 October 2018 to Tuesday 30 October 2018

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Published by J Mane Gallery on Wednesday 03 October 2018.
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Rooted in ancient art and still prevalent today, depictions of blossoms, blooms, and other botanical elements can be found in many of the most significant art movements, whether carved into clay or starring in a still-life.

For this competition, artists were encouraged to share their artistic vision and interpretation of botanical and floral art. Botanical subjects included flowers, herbs, fruit, leaves, plants and related botanical and floral subjects. The artwork varied from realism to surrealism to abstraction, and all media were accepted, including 3-D. We had submissions from artists from the United States, Canada, Germany and India.

Artist Jin Li was our judge for the In Full Bloom competition. Webson(Lin) Ji is an artist dedicating on having a voice for his generation using art works as an expression. After he got his bachelor degree from China Academy of China, China, he went to America to take the master degree program in Savannah College of Art and Design, USA. You can view his work on his website. Images were judged based on flowers being the main subject of the work, composition and technique.

Each of our monthly themed exhibitions, awards for First, Second and Third Place. The First Place winner for the In Full Bloom show is Debi Shapiro for her archival digital print, Grace. The judges were impressed by her composition of colors. They felt they were vibrant and intense and the image was a joyful, blooming scene.

Taking Second Place is Elanor Harvie for her oil, Natural Forms. And, Third Place goes to Leah Dockrill for her watercolor, Canna In The Weeds.

Eight Honorable Mention awards were given as well. Honorable Mention awards go to Candace Cima for her watercolor, Blu, McKenna Ihde for her mixed media piece, Hibeescus, Luna y Lebron for his photograph, John Mazlish for his photo on dye sublimate aluminum, Central Park Blaze, Bob McComac for his digital print, Pineapple Plant, Gaylord Mink for Red Flower, Amal Rashed for Parrot Tulip and Oz Van Rosen for her photo, Be A Flower Not A Weed.

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

The remaining artists included in the exhibition serve as an example of impressive talent and we are honored to showcase their artwork on the J. Mane Gallery website.

We thank all the competition participants.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the artwork in this exhibition, please contact the artists directly. J. Mane Gallery does not enter into the selling of artwork featured in any of the monthly online exhibitions. You will find the artist’s website or email by clicking on their names below.

Thank you for visiting our website and enjoy the exhibition!