Wild Sonoran Poppies by Linda Star Landon
2018 is well underway now and we want to welcome you to the ArtisTTable’s 28th online exhibition. The 2018 Landscape Show is a special show that features how artists see the places they live and visit. We have to say that this show presents a wide swath of work from traditional oil painting to digitally generated works and then to pastels. We are impressed by the way the work in this show presents together. There is something about a landscape show that is wonderful, because there is a similarity that we can’t escape for the most part, especially when you are given a horizon line. Yet with the wildly different expressions of this theme we can be constantly and pleasantly surprised.
The 2018 Landscape Show is an all media show with the landscape as its only theme. We are happy to present this show and really wish to express our thanks to all those that participated.
Juror's Results and Comments:
We want to thank Erica Hyatt for serving as our juror for this exhibition. We appreciate her time and work in this effort to review this body of submissions. We invited Erica to be our juror for this exhibition because she is an accomplished and award winning landscape herself. She was born in the USA and lives with her family in the Netherlands and works daily in her studio there. Erica also has a long list of experiences that give her a deep bag full of skill sets. She has spent her fair share of time in the financial worlds, and the motion picture industry in post production. We indeed are happy to have her lend her eyes, time and experience to this important process and part of this show.
-Evos Primmest - Love Tree
-Shena Sloboda - Faster Than Light
-Kathy Hutchins - Tuscan Cottage
The following artists have submitted work that is worthy of praise and recognition.
-Mary Jo Roys Drueke - Puerto Rican View
-Jane Ditri - Northern Rainforest
-Linda Star Landon - Somewhere Between Sonoma and Napa
-Rachelle Goldreich - Tuscany 2
-Barbara Reich - Flow
-Zongzhou Wang - Granary
Staff Choice Awards:
- Tzoor Eitam Amichay- Lake in the Park
The simplicity of the line work and the purity of this drawing that looks like it could be from Amichay’s sketchbook is particularly appealing. Color is a nice surprise for a drawing in pen and that is way this piece is the show's “Tali Choice."
-Dorit Mendelson - Houses in the Sun
There are so many elements that can influence how we take in a piece of art when we are faced with it. In recent years it has become necessary to set aside any preconceived and prehistoric ideas we have had about digital art for one. Initially I was drawn to the composition and color of this piece but when I began to understand the wonderful little figures in the foreground I was sold. This is a busy little community.
Congratulations to Brian Allebach for winning the Landscape 2018 People's Choice Award for his painting, Cubist Landscape.
Now, please visit the show by clicking on the image above, Somewhere Between Sonoma and Napa by Linda Star Landon, or just click here.
ArtisTTable 2018 Landscape Exhibition Artists:
Tali Farchi - Netherlands
Brandon Allebach - USA
Carmen Aurariu - Romania
Jeffery Randolf Bond - USA
Royce Deans - USA
Jane Ditri - USA
Mary Jo Roys-Drueke - USA
Mike Edington - USA
Rachelle Goldreich - Israel
Cheryl Gordon - USA
Tricia Hoye - USA
Kathy Hutchins - USA
Dita Jacobovitz - Israel
Linda Star Landon - USA
Dorit Mendelson - Israel
Jo Murray - Australia
Henry Poppe - USA
Evos Primost - Israel/France
Barbara Reich - USA
Jackie Rogers - USA
Shena Sloboda - USA
Nancy Turner - USA
Tzoor Eitam Amichay - Israel
Zongzhou Wang - USA