So far this week about 40 artists have entered to win a custom-designed website from ArtFlock.com. All things considered, the odds of winning in this competition aren’t too bad—especially since there are TWO websites up for grabs, not just one.
If you’d like to enter and haven’t yet, read the rules and get your artwork in before midnight tonight. Voting will continue throughout next week, too, so you’ll still have a decent amount of time to try and catch up to the current leaders.
Here are some of the latest entries:
1. Twilight Dreamer by Jim & Lynn Lemyre
2. Shells in Space by Jitske Kelly
3. Poppy Garden IV by Carol Nelson
4. Oil Painting by Rebecca Milne
5. Tea Time by Julia Kapp
6. Pilgrimage to Peggy’s Cove by Bren Jacobsen
7. Smashmouth by Peter Culos
Check out days 1, 2, and 3 of the competition for more great entries. If you see one that you like in particular, please vote for that artist right here.
Finally, my "big project" is finished! It’s been a crazy day with a lot going on, but foliotwist.com is finally live and online! Since I’ve kept it a complete secret up until launch, here’s a quick (mostly visual) overview of what it does. . .read more
After looking through all the competition entries below, please take a moment and vote for your favorite. If you're an artist, learn how to enter your own art for the chance to win one of two custom-designed artist websites valued at $600 each. Enjoy! 1. A Return to Nature #4 by Bruce K. Haley. . . read more
Two weeks ago, many of you entered artwork (or voted for your favorite art) in a competition jointly sponsored by EmptyEasel and ArtFlock.com. Today, the final votes have been counted, and the winners are: Rachel Ash with 174 votes and Sandi Whetzel with, oddly enough, ALSO 174 votes. Congratu. . . read more
Would you like a free custom-designed art website? If so, now's your chance! Throughout the next few weeks, EmptyEasel will be teaming up with our good friends over at ArtFlock.com to host a special, one-of-a-kind competition just for artists—so if you're an artist and you're reading this, you. . . read more
Ready for some color? Carol Marine is another Daily Painter whose work I just can't get enough of. Most of her artwork features apples, plums, cherries, and other fruit, simply arranged with dishes and pottery—but it's her use of color that makes her paintings really pop. Even in her more subt. . . read more
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