Observation by Jutta Maria Pusl
In this post, we feature the winners of the Fine Art America contest, The Weirdest Most Bizarre Fantasy Art Creatures plus some other outstanding pieces.
But first, is our first place contest winner, Jutta Marie Pusl from Germany. She is not a member of our group, but she is an accomplished artist in painting, photography and digital art.
The scene she has depicted here could be underwater as much as above ground.
Here is what this piece can look like framed:
framed prints available HERE
choose size, type of frame and mat from drop-downs
this frame is CUL5 under green frames and the mat is palm beach white
Here is what this piece looks like as a tote bag:
tote bags available HERE
you can choose background colors from the drop-downs
This colored background is: #08848c
Here are our other winners:
Dust Bunny by Jeremy Martinson
Incidentally, Jeremy Martinson was our first place winner for this member contest of fantasy artists. His work is consistently good. That is why he also shared the third prize in this contest with Kathy Kelly with his "Sock Monster":
Sock Monster by Jeremy Martinson
THIRD PLACE TIE
Skin Deep by Kathy Kelly
THIRD PLACE TIE
Art Mechanicha by Andrey Poletaev
The next pieces were too good to leave out of the post. There were so many outstanding pieces, and too many to show, so the following are just a few of them.
The next one, called "Cowchina", almost made it to third place, and for the first few days it seemed like it might win first and second place (members of Fine Art America do the voting):
Cowchina by Laura Brightwood
Catfish by Vsevolod Poliohin
Lizard of Oz by Catherine G McElroy
Balancing Act by Hans Neuhart
Beautiful Freak by Ali Oppy
(incidentally, Ali's art is in our banner)
Lion Man by Carol Cavalaris
Hawkish by James W Johnson
Napolean Bird by Nick Eagles
Morph by Brian Wallace
Xenofem by WB Johnston
Mossman Tree Stump by Martin Konopacki
These next ones seemed to have a beauty and magic to them:
Colorful Hummingbird Song by Mihaela Pater
Rainy Summer Day by Mihaela Pater
A Forest Overture by Rosemary Smith
Steampunk - Nautilus - Coming Out Of Your Shell by Mike Savad
The Mariner by Jeff Gettis
To see all of the artist's work who submitted to the contest, check it out HERE.
Our group page: Fantasy for the Home and Office
Thank you for visiting. Our next contest will be called "The Sweetest, Cutest Fairies You Ever Saw" to contrast with this one (LOL)!