Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize: Check out some of the great Traditional Art entries!

Less than a month left to enter the Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize! To inspire you, we are excited to share some of the great entries we have received so far in the INPRNT Traditional Art Award category.

If you would like to see your work exhibited alongside 50+ of the best contemporary artists in a Beautiful Bizarre Magazine curated exhibition, win cash and product prizes, editorial in Beautiful Bizarre Magazine, advertising packages, and of course receive worldwide exposure – enter today! Entries close 31 July 2019 [Australian Eastern Standard Time]

Global Exposure + Over US$20,000 Worth of Cash & Prizes to be Won!

The Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize celebrates diversity and excellence in the representational visual arts, in all static mediums including Traditional Art media, Digital Art media, and Photographic media; and all genres from realism and hyper-realism, to pop surrealism and lowbrow. The Prize seeks to inspire creatives from around the world to pursue a life and career in the arts, and to help careers grow through increased exposure of their work to the global arts community.

INPRNT Traditional Art Award

1st Prize [Overall Winner]

2019 Award Categories

  • 1st Prize [Overall Winner]
  • INPRNT Traditional Art Award
  • Sculpture Award
  • Digital Art Award
  • Stocksy Photography Award
  • Peoples Choice Award

Enter the Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize today!

Take a peek at some of the wonderful entries we have received so far in the
INPRNT Traditional Art Award category

“All We Have is Now”, Oil Painting, 18″ x 18″

Susannah Martin
Helium, The Day I Quit, Salon Dogs, Balztanz, Shepherd, Le Déjeuner Sur L´herbe, Copernican Twilight, Schmetterling, Reservoir”,
Oil on canvas, 100cm x 50cm

Steven Kenny
“The Ribbons”, Oil on canvas, 40 x 27″

Robert Proch
“Melatonin”, Acrylic on canvas, 120cm x 120cm

Abby Aceves
Comandanta Ramona”, Acrylic on Panel, 14″ x 11″

Carly Ashdown
“Take Me Back to The Night We Met”, Acrylic, paper and ink, 60cm x 53cm

Heidi Taillefer
“Starting Something You Can’t Finish”, Oil on Canvas, 36″ x 48″

Ilona Cutts
“Star Child Take Me Home”, Oil on Canvas, 70cm x 74cm

Jacqueline Gallagher
“Classic Medusa”, Oil on canvas, 36″ x 24″

Lew Brennan
“The White Hibiscus”, Charcoal on Fabriano paper, 128cm x 102cm

Lisa Schubert
“Ophelia”, Oil and gold on canvas, 100cm x 80cm

Mario Henrique
Materia No. 3, Series III”, Acrylic and oil on reversed canvas, 150cm x 150cm

Adam McCarthy
“Born Free”, Oil on canvas, 48″ x 60″

Bayla Arietta
“Boreal Forest”, Watercolour and gouache, 10″ x 10″

Mark Garro
“Heaven Sector 7″, Acrylic on Masonite, 31 x 23”

Mark Heine
“Siren Song”, Oil on Canvas, 36″ x 48″

“Wolf and Lamb”, Graphite on Paper, 36cm x 28cm

Tik Ka
“Chizi with Rabbit”, Acrylic on canvas, 70cm x 70cm

Tom Christophersen
Mitcham Shops Is Burning Down”, Watercolour paint, watercolour pencil and acrylic paint on watercolour paper, 40cm x 27cm

Vicki Sullivan
“Wild One”, Oil on linen, 45cm x 35cm

Zoe Lacchei
“Pussycats Secret Society”, Pantone markers, graphite, pastels, white tempera on recycled paper, 40cm x 40cm







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About Author

Caitlyn Gregson is the Social Media Manager of Beautiful Bizarre Magazine, and a 3rd year Bachelor of Fine Arts student at the University of New South Wales, Australia. She started her journey with Beautiful Bizarre Magazine in April 2017 as an intern, working closely with the Editor-in-Chief to learn about independent publishing and the arts.Caitlyn continues to work with the Editor-in-Chief, Danijela Krha Purssey, providing editorial and curatorial support, and now she also provides input into the magazine curation, assists with the administration of the annual Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize, manages the magazine submissions process and MentorMe, the Beautiful Bizarre Magazine free artist resource.Caitlyn started her artistic journey as an acrylic portrait painter, but is now focusing more on photography, which she is falling more and more in love with each day. She loves spending her time reading and is a self proclaimed plant mum. Caitlyn loves all things weird, wonderful, beautiful and bizarre. And just between us, she’s also a little bizarre herself - but aren’t we all!

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