Art competition

Spring Portrait Giveaway 2016

Posted on: March 25th, 2016 by roz

 

Digital portrait giveaway

I really enjoyed the entries to my Spring Portrait Giveaway last year, and am very happy to be announcing this years' chance to win yourself your own digital portrait.

All you need to do is follow the instructions and post your selfie on Twitter or Instagram including the #rozhallselfie hashtag

The winner of the free digital portrait will be announced on the 22nd April

Spring Giveaway winner

Posted on: April 27th, 2015 by roz

 

I have completed the portrait of my Spring Giveaway winner. The winning selfie was snapped by @HEAVAH007 on Instagram. 

The portrait was painted on my iPad Air 2 using Procreate and the Maglus stylus by Applydea. 

  

I'd like to give a big THANKS to everyone who entered. Keep your eyes on my site for any future possible giveaways. 

Digital Portrait Giveaway!

Posted on: March 9th, 2015 by roz

 



Spring is in the air and I'm looking for someone to paint. Follow the instructions above to be in with a chance of winning your own original digital portrait. 

 

I am very pleased to be included in the top 10 for the People's Choice award at this years Mobile Digital Art & Creativity summit Exhibition.

The 3-day weekend kicks off on Friday, August 1st with the Grand Opening of the 2nd Annual Mobile Digital Art Exhibition, displaying the work of over 100 artists and, once again, attracting major media attention.The Grand Opening is followed by a two-day Summit with a packed program of workshops, seminars and masterclasses attracting artists and educators from across the country.
Silicon Valley's Creative Hub!
The Exhibition and Summit will be held in the Pacific Art League’s newly renovated historic building at 668 Ramona Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301.

It is wonderful that my portrait Cubitt (2014) was selected out of 665 submitted pieces, especially because it was the only exhibited artworks created on Microsoft's Surface or using their Fresh Paint app.

Voting for the People's Choice winner is now open and can be accessed here.

Art painted on Surface Pro

 

Pacific Art League win

Posted on: July 17th, 2013 by roz

 

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One of my many iPad self portraits, "Self Portrait with yellow glasses", was one of five winners of this year's Pacific Art League international art exhibition. The exhibition, held in California, was judged by the chair of Stanford University's Cantor Art Centre, Sue Diekman.

Click here for more information on the exhibition.

The Lumen Prize Digital Art Exhibition

Posted on: September 11th, 2012 by roz No Comments

 

Red Beard iPad art selected for travelling exhibition

The iPad painting Red Beard (2012) has been selected as one of the 50 pieces of digital art to be exhibited across the globe as part of the Lumen Prize Exhibition.

The Lumen Prize Exhibition - comprising the Lumen Prize winners, the Exhibition 50 and the People's Choice winner, will start travelling the world in January 2013, appearing in top galleries and venues around the world. Work will be displayed on LED screens. In those areas without access to electronic display devices, the exhibition will be projected onto tarpaulins or walls.

Participating galleries include Gallery 27, Cork Street, London; Plum Blossoms, Hong Kong; FQ Projects, Shanghai; Robert’s Books, Riga, Latvia as well as locations in the US and Canada. We are also in discussions with galleries and venues in Cardiff and Harare.

Confirmed dates:

January 21-28:   London, Gallery 27, Cork Street
February, 2013:  Latvia, Robert's Books
March 2013:        Hong Kong, Plum Blossoms Art Gallery
March 2013:        Shanghai, FQ Projects

All submitted pieces of digital art can be seen in the online gallery, where you can register and vote for your favourite to join the Exhibition 50. So please take a look and VOTE NOW! This is an amazing opportunity for digital artists to get their work seen by a global audience where still so many large exhibitions do not accept digital art.

The Lumen Prize Exhibition

Posted on: July 10th, 2012 by roz No Comments

 

Opportunity for digital artists

     iPad portrait of the artist Ben Rabe in Procreate
So many exhibitions are aimed at traditional artist mediums, which is why it is so nice to see this opportunity for digital artists to show their work in an artistic (as opposed to illustrative) setting. The Lumen Prize is the world's first international prize and tour celebrating the very best fine art created digitally.

Our shortlist and winning entries will start traveling the world as the Lumen Prize Exhibition in January 2013, appearing in top galleries and venues around the world. Work will be displayed on LED screens. In those areas without access to electronic display devices, the exhibition will be projected onto tarpaulins or walls.

 Participating galleries include Gallery 27, Cork Street, London; Plum Blossoms, Hong Kong; FQ Projects, Shanghai; Robert’s Books, Riga, Latvia as well as locations in Colombo and New York City. We are in discussions with galleries and venues in Melbourne, Berlin, and Harare.

www.lumenprize.com

I have entered two of my current portrait series, Red Beard and Rabe with the hope to being a part of this great world wide tour of digital art.

 

The Threadneedle Prize

Posted on: May 31st, 2012 by roz No Comments

 

My iPad painting, "Freckles" (2012) has reached the final round of judging for the Threadneedle Prize for painting and sculpture in London. "Freckles" was painted using the Procreate App and was a study for flesh under natural lighting.

The painting will now be judged by Artist Peter Randall-Page, Curator and Art Critic Nicholas Usherwood and Curator at the National Gallery Christopher Riopelle. I should hear within a few weeks whether it has been selected for the exhibition running from 26th September - 13th October at the Mall Gallery near Charing Cross.

Fingers crossed for good news.

Adonit – #CoverRemix – Competition

Posted on: March 22nd, 2012 by roz No Comments

 

KooKoo

"Rozzie Harry - KooKoo"

The makers of the Jot stylus collection held a competition asking for digital artists to recreate a classic album cover, for a chance to win their new touch sensitive Jot Touch.

I re-created the cover for the Debbie Harry album, KooKoo, using Sketchbook Pro on the iPad1, for which I won third place and will receive a Jot mini. Nice :)

The winning entries can be seen here.

What does SIRI look like?

Posted on: January 28th, 2012 by roz No Comments

 

Nomad Brush competition

The makers of Nomad Brush have started a competition to find the truth behind the new Apple technology, SIRI.

This is my interpretation, painted on the iPad using Sketchbook Pro, but without the Nomad Brush as I don't yet have one. To give me a chance of winning one, please l go to their website and vote for my painting!

What do you think SIRI looks like?