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14 January, 2021
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THEME: Quarantine Art

DESCRIPTION: The topic for this contest is QUARANTINE ART. The world has changed since the Covid-19 virus hit us last year. We have all spent a lot of time social distancing or in quarantine. This has effected people in different ways. For this contest, we want you to use your artistic skills to create a drawing or painting of what this quarantine time has meant to you and others. This is a pretty wide open topic, so let's see what you can do with it.

CONTEST DATES:
ENTRY DEADLINE: 31-Jan-2021
VOTING STARTS: 1-Feb-2021
WINNERS ANNOUNCED: 8-Feb-2021

PRIZES: Everyone that submits an art contest entry wins more exposure to your artwork and kudos from your fellow art friends. The top voted winner of this contest will receive $10 in ArtWanted cash to be used for any product or service on our website.

RULES: Only one entry per person. Only artwork can be submitted for this contest, no photographs please.

HOW TO ENTER: Reply to this message and attach your contest entry image to your message. Your contest entry will be hidden until voting starts. Good luck!

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31 Contest Entries

Lori Beaumier 31 Jan 2021

Little Homeless Girl.. I had been working on this drawing while staying home because of the pandemic..

Hisham Zrake (Zreiq) 18 Jan 2021

The Illusion Of Freedom - An artwork that describes symbolically life in Quarantine.

W. James Taylor 14 Jan 2021

I would like to enter Winters Grove for the contest its an acrylic painting with Gold & Copper leafing added to the foliage for light effects painted on black canvas 36 x 48

O. Yemi Tubi 14 Jan 2021

LEST WE FORGET The common words on many Cenotaphs around the world are “LEST WE FORGET.” Cenotaphs are monuments often erected to commemorate the heroes of the war. The outbreak of the coronavirus produced our unlikely heroes; our frontline warriors that rose to the task of defending and saving many people from the death of coronavirus. This painting was done in honour of our unlikely heroes; As we honour the living, LEST WE FORGET our falling Unlikely Heroes which is the title of this painting.

Lest we forget Our unlikely heroes As week by week by our doors’ steps With hands, pans and pots applauded. As they answered the call of duty Gallantly like courageous armies, With People of commonwealth and foreign-born, With the common purpose to serve and protect, The Queen and the country they love so dear.

Lest we forget Our unlikely heroes, Once Overworked, underpaid, undervalued. Our only forces of defence still they were. On the evil days of the pandemic. Worn out and tired, still, they battled on With little thought of their own safety. Separated from their loved ones. To save the lives of many.

Lest we forget The pregnant nurse and the aged doctors Out of retirements, they came. To pay the ultimate price To deliver many souls From the jaw of the devourer. As we continue to honour the living, Our fallen unlikely heroes Lest we forget.

Elena Sokolova 15 Jan 2021

The ninth wave, (inspired by Aivazovsky), oil canvas, 40 cm x 50 cm. We'll be survived!

Robert McCoy 23 Jan 2021

QUARANTINE ART "A New Normal"

Loren D Adams 30 Jan 2021

This is MAUI MIDNIGHT MAGIC ~ [email protected] - 18"x 24" (457 mm x 610 mm) ~ Original oil painting on triple Titanium oil primed fine portrait linen. This is the way it feels to me to be isolated. It's not all bad, in fact I'm able to go into the creative tunnel and get more work done, knowing that I don't have to be anyplace other than "Here & Now."

I completed a total of 9 pieces during the Pandemic lock-down so far and now that it's a new year, I'm continuing to do my best work ever.

Miss Timea Gondosch 18 Jan 2021

Hi Everyone! This is my Quarantine Art entry, showing the highlight of my days. I hope you like it and you coping well in these hard times! Take care of yourselves! Sending love to everyone! x

Linda Temple 15 Jan 2021

This Lion is my quarantine art entry, painted while in quarantine.

Lar Fajardo 27 Jan 2021

Quarantine has changed our world in such a dramatic way. When i think of quarantine all of these things come to mind. This drawing is done in ink, pencil and colored ink pencils.

Albert Howard 15 Jan 2021

Portrait of my family.keeping them safe and healthy is want matters.acrylic on canvas24x36 family

MKFlood 14 Jan 2021

"Can't Wait To Hug You Again!" Awarded All Time Best from Fanartreview.com. The creations Post ranked 27th position for the year based on reviews. All done with my lil ole sharpie and bic pens on card stock paper.

PAM BARDON 15 Jan 2021

Entry for contest

jennifer blenkinsopp 23 Jan 2021

This is my young friend that was placed on the covid ward at the beginning of lockdown. She was finding it very hard as she had not seen anyone die before ,and used to go home and curl down in a corner and cry. She is still a nurse there , I wanted to do this for her .

Al Budarin 21 Jan 2021

This is what social distancing has meant for myself & the family,,,Yes away from Social life, our acerage is just over the slope on this side.we see our kids & grandkids only through the window. This is our way of life now,in order to keep safe & Healthy. ,I call this painting ,,AWAY.,,

Kenya Ferrand-Ott 14 Jan 2021

So while in quarantine my husband told me that he could no longer live the lie that he'd been living his whole life and that he is actually a she and she wanted to start her transition. This is my feelings and how I'm trying to process everything. Because of covid making me lose my job we can't go to support networks, or talk to a therapist that could help me sort out my feelings, so this is the best I have.

Lynn Taylor 28 Jan 2021

Nat Briones 17 Jan 2021

I found tree stump cutting and grabbed my Magnifying glass and spent 5 days burning this image while up in the mountains . I had to keep rolling the stump to follow the sun. It kept me busy I will say.

Pam Schmidt 14 Jan 2021

I saw the waste in our packaging and wanted to make something out of what i had already. So i made these geodesic domes from cereal boxes and stuff and made them in to a light/artpiece

Rene Hinds 15 Jan 2021

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