Current Contest

Contest with Theme: In the Time of the Coronavirus 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes

Artavita is holding a contest for the three most powerful works of art giving expression to the new epoch in which we find ourselves. The world has abruptly changed. It is a desperate time, but also there is hope. Our perspectives have changed in ways that few could have imagined just three months ago, and we have to get used to seeing things in a completely different way. There are important conclusions to be drawn for the very future of humanity.

We believe that art is one of the most important ways human beings can give expression to their perceptions, their hopes, their fears and to visions and goals for the future.

To this end, Artavita will award what we consider to be the three most compelling and thought-provoking artworks themed on this new epoch. The entries do not have to be narrowly associated with the actual disease. They can focus on emotions, hopes, fears, dreams, even prospects for the future. They can be concrete or abstract.

We will display the winning works and the following 21 runners up in a virtual exhibition in the new Virtual Exhibitions section of the Artavita website, and also on social media. The three winners will also be featured in “Current Masters” Volume V, the next book to be published by World Wide Art Books, this coming October.
All media are accepted

Participation fee $15 per image

Deadline for entries extended to: July 7, 2020

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Recent Entries

White Swan Baby Paloma  The sun – the ardent entertainer. In my bubble I dreamed of comedy and the Divine HPE (Home Protective Equipment) Karma Surreal World Invisible Attack The King of Corona "Disunite" Reflections in Rain Delayed Opening Lemons on a Ledge Matlacha Beauty #2 1.618 LIVE_01 The world is one_01 Two Pandemics

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Past Contests

40 winners: Free presentation in the 3rd issue of World Wide Art Magazine

1st Prize: Front Cover: Lisa Rickard
2nd Prize: Frontispiece: Christine Alfery
3rd Prize: Back Cover: Roland Reinert

Other winners (In alphabetical order):
Angela Keller
Anita Beaty
Aristi Hadjisavva
Barry Smylie
Barbel Lätt
Birgit Stern
Charles Hildebrandt
Christine Ortbals
Dan Louth
Debbie Bakker
Diane Hoeptner
Éda Gyenis
Edmund Ian Grant
G. Pack
Gabriel Lavoie
Gyuhye Yeon
Ivan Iliev
James
James Ellison
Jan Teunissen
Jerry Venditti
Jim Grossman
Joseph Grenn
Loreta Hume
Lynn Johnson
Malina Friedrich
Monica Mendez
Pham An Hai
Ramón Rivas
Renata Bosnjak
Roza Janabayeva
Stefan Geissbuhler
Stephen Brehm
Susanne Middleberg
Tina Koufas-Eisbacher
Victoria Loeb
Victoria Udalova

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Winners of the Front and Back Covers and Premium Presentation of Important World Artists Volume 4

First Prize: Front Cover: "Sentius Tectonicus", Sculpture by Dr. John O'Rourke
Second Prize: Back Cover: "Blowin' in the Wind", painting by Roland Reinert
Third Prize: Premium Artist 4-Page Presentation: Paintings and Studies by Lisa Rickard

Publication: March 2020
All media are accepted.
Participation fee $15 per image
Deadline for entries: January 22, 2020
The results will be announced January 27, 2020
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40 winners: Free presentation in the 2nd issue of World Wide Art Magazine

Amazilia Photography
Angela Keller
Anita Alexander Swarup
Anne Walbring
Barbara L. Lawrence
Beryl Jazvic
Bonnie Sprung
Bucco Chantal
Charlie Parker
Cher Pruys
Claracarat
Cristina Rusu
Dan Louth
Daniela Amant
Donelli J. DiMaria
Edmund Ian Grant
Eva Georgiou
Felipe Assuncao
Gerlinde Keating
Harry S. Rogers
Herbert Hermans
Jerzy Komisaruk
Jim Grossman
John Jaster
Larry Wolf
Lisa Rickard
Lone Bech
Malina, Friedrich
Maria Elisa Grion
Mariana Peirano
Mark Pytlos
Mikolaj Wlodarcyk
Natalia Bragina
Natalie McGuire
Pepponi Art
Peter Wall
Roland Reinert
Stephanie Holznecht
Wendy Cohen
Yeon Gyuhye

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Winners: Exhibition of 4 works free at Artexpo New York, April 23 - 26, 2020

Daniela Ament: "Birth"
Eberhard Marx: "Nordisches Apfelwerk I"
Mira DeMartino: "Aligned"
Nathalie Lapointe: "Jetlag"

Winning Entries

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