Title Snack II Medium Oil Size 11in x 14in

Marli LaGrone – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – 2017 Q4 Art Competition Marli LaGrone – Portland, ME Instagram  

Title: Kaleidoscopic Vision of Our Endangered World Medium: Oil Size: 36" circular canvas

Maya Just Maya – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – 2017 Q4 Art Competition Maya Just Maya – South Orange, NJ   My artwork is an inquiry into the human condition and consciousness of being. I create bold imagery that is poetic and surreal, examining the interplay of reality and imagination within a metaphysical context. My paintings explore the unity between […]Read Post ›

Title: Candy Medium: Oil on linen Size: 60 x 36 inches

Stephen Mangum – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – 2017 Q4 Art Competition Stephen Mangum – San Francisco, CA Instagram

Title: Neon children Medium: Gel roll pens on paper Size: 56.0х76.0 сm

Matthew Morpheus – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – Q4 Art Competition Matthew Morpheus – Zaporozhye, Ukraine Instagram Matthew Morpheus, born in Ukraine, owner of several international awards (Beijing. Moscow and New York) and author of non-commercial publications as “Zero Emotion” and “Elysium”, as well as the book “Philosophy of the XXI Century: On the Other Side of Truth”. He […]Read Post ›

Title: Thinning Of The Veil Medium: Digital Size: 12 x 10.625

Diamante Lavendar – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – Q4 Art Competition Diamante Lavendar – Greenbay, WI Instagram As an artist, I seek to convey emotions and thoughts through my work whether it be painting, drawing photography or digital art. If I’m working on photographs, I enjoy capturing raw emotion from the environment around me. I see the world as […]Read Post ›

Title: Visions Medium: Oil on Canvas Size: 20"x30"

Jefferson Muncy – Q4 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – 2017 Q4 Art Competition Jefferson Muncy – Dallas, TX Instagram My work is about confronting the unknown. The things we can never fully comprehend, surrounding and permeating our everyday life. Creating this comparison between the cosmos and the human body gives context to the scope of what we cannot see. This […]Read Post ›

Anya Anti - Brooklyn, NY Last Flight Photography

Top 3 Artists Selected – Q2 Art Competition

Top 3 Selected Artists – Q2 Art Competition Our 2017 Q2 Art Competition is officially over. With over 600 works submitted from every corner of the world – we have found our cover artist for issue 31 of Artist Portfolio Magazine. Congratulations to the Top 3 Artists and our 47 Honorable Mentions (will be revealed […]Read Post ›

Title: Childhood Dream #2 Medium: Oil Size: 24x8

Chrystin Albaugh – Q2 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – Q2 Art Competition Chrystin Albaugh – Lincoln, NB Collectively, Chrystin Albaugh’s oil paintings encompass an interesting balance of elegance, purity, and grit. Her renderings of representational depictions reveal an array of landscapes, figures, and still-life realism. She incorporates non-representational elements in her compositions also, evident in the series “Blanket Skies”. In […]Read Post ›

Title: Lost Patterns Medium: aerosol and oil on canvas Size: 28" x 22"

Susan Lizotte – Q2 Art Competition

Artist Portfolio Magazine – Q2 Art Competition Susan Lizotte – Los Angeles, CA Instagram Susan Lizotte is an artist living and working in Los Angeles California. Her paintings blend figurative and abstract elements questioning all modes of power and have been exhibited in the United States and internationally. Susan has been a contributing writer for […]Read Post ›

Title: Lady Fillmore Medium: Oil on linen Size: 72 x 48 inches

Stephen Mangum – Q2 Art Competition – Artist Portfolio Magazine

Artist Portfolio Magazine – Q2 Art Competition Stephen Mangum – San Francisco, CA Instagram My paintings represent the complex texture of human life: entropic, temporal and transient. Using realism constructed with an expressive visual language that reflects my interpretations of our being, I make contemporary phrases in the verse of life. Obsessed with relevance, I […]Read Post ›