Monochrome 2020

J. Mane Gallery is pleased to present the Monochrome online juried art exhibition. Monochrome means one color, so in relation to art, a monochrome artwork is one that includes only one color.

Art Exhibition previously on at J. Mane Gallery in United States.
From Sunday 26 July 2020 to Thursday 27 August 2020

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Published by J Mane Gallery on Wednesday 29 July 2020.
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Throughout the centuries artists used different shades of brown or black to create monochrome pictures on paper. The medium they would use would simply be more or less diluted to achieve the required shades. The play of light and dark enabled the artist to define form and create a picture.

For this competition, artists were encouraged to share their artistic vision and interpretation of any subject, but using only one color. The artwork varied from realism to surrealism to abstraction. All artists over the age of 18, regardless of location or experience, were encouraged to submit their best inspired work. There were over 150 entries from the United States, Canada and Taiwan.

Each of our monthly themed exhibitions, awards for First, Second and Third Place. The First Place winner for the Monochrome show is Arthi Sundar for her mixed-media, Self-Portrait I. Arthi’s subject is beautifully executed with just one color and her command of the media is what set her work apart. Arthi is also the Featured Artist for the duration of the show.

Taking Second Place is Jeremiah Gilbert for his photograph Jabreen Castle, Oman. And, Third Place goes to Maureen Bennett for her graphite piece, Charlotte. Both artists captured depth and interest in their work, although only using one color.

Ten Honorable Mention awards were given as well. Honorable Mention awards go to Sarah Adelman for her watercolor, Woman In Blue 3, Samantha Bias for her photo transfer, Into The Void, Lindsey Grant for her digital photo, Hogochrome 4, Elizabeth Kaney for her Sumi-e ink on paper, Awake, Izzy Kapetanovic for his photograph, Ruffles & Ridges, Minnie Lucas for her photograph, Mule, Melissa Maddox for her photograph, Eclipse, Kristopher Schoenleber for his photograph, Lock Up, Hui Tian for his acrylic and pencil on paper, Friedrich Hayek and Jay Waters for his photograph, Surfer Memorial, North Shore, Oahu, HI.

Please visit the Award 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!