It has been a particular pleasure to launch the Young Artists awards this year for those aged 16 years and under on the contest closing date. We are very keen to encourage young artists to develop their skills and to take an interest in conservation and wildlife. We were pleased with the response in this(…)
The ENDANGERED team would like to thank our Judges who so generously gave their time and skill to reviewing all 300 entries. We would like to thank Carolyn Benesh, Coeditor and Copublisher of Ornament magazine, Thom Collins, Director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami and Joel Sartore, Photographer for doing a fine job of judging(…)
We would like to congratulate our winners on their achievement. We would also like to congratulate and sincerely thank all those who entered the contest for their support and for using their skill and talent to help draw attention to endangered species and habitats. This has been a wonderful contest. We will continue to post(…)
Young Artists: First Prize; Wood You Please Save The Apes by Scout Dingman, Second Prize; Fish are Friends, not Food by Alison Irving, Third Prize; Sea Turtle in the Sunlight by Mia Gifford. Well done to you all!
Wearable Art: First Prize; Ounce of Hope by Tatiana Fitzpatrick, Second Prize; Hunter Jacket: Rhino by Rohan Chhabra, Third Prize; Hunter Jacket: Asian Elephant by Rohan Chhabra. Congratulations to you both!
Photography: First Prize; No Exit by Andre Haluska, Second Prize; Caress by Shelley Lake, Third Prize; Sound the Horn by Philip Field. Wonderful work, well done!
We are pleased to announce the winners of the ENDANGERED Art & Photography Contest 2014. We received 300 entries from around the globe. All were of an extremely high standard and we needed three rounds of judging to decide our winners. Fine Art: First Prize; Choices 2 by Janet Culbertson, Second Prize; Summary of Endangerment(…)
We are One by Kristen Lopez. Oil on wood. “We Are One is a painting I created upon learning about the Art for Apes. The woman depicted in the painting is holding the infant ape in a maternal manner. She shows her desire to nurture and protect, much like our society that has undergone an(…)
Salmon Stone by Stephen Pidcock. A compilation of photographic images of salmon and sandstone cliffs. “I grew up in the high deserts of north west Colorado and eastern Utah. Stone cliffs filled with Native American art were easy to find. The sense of ancient paths always captured me as I would find evidence of previous(…)
“I am a primarily self-taught American photographer who began taking photos at the age of 11. My work has been shown in several exhibitions including the Center for Fine Art Photography, Touchstone Gallery, theprintspace, Juraplatz pop-up exhibition, Melrose Lightspace, Verizon Gallery, and Frisco Gallery. I shot this series on Assateague Island, Virginia, an island known(…)