Equest For Truth 2011 Youth Art Contest
From the Equest For Truth Website:
"Youth Art Contest Theme: Equus--Declaring the Glory of God (Artwork should reflect horses, donkeys, zebras, mules, etc.)
Judged by Professional Artist, Jamie Carter
1st Prize: Choice of Two Art Lessons For The Sunday Painter PDF workshops with Professional artist, Jamie Carter, DVD God Of Wonders, Alexander Scourby Audio Bible on CD, and artwork publication on eQuest For Truth website.
2nd Prize: The Wonderful Art of Drawing Horses book (Barry Stebbins), DVD God Of Wonders, and artwork publication on eQuest For Truth website.
3rd Prize: DVD God of Wonders and artwork publication on eQuest For Truth website.
2011 Youth Art Contest Rules:
Deadline: September 1, 2011
Eligible age of contestants: 10-18
All contestants must be amateurs. No professional artists.
Previously published artwork is not accepted.
Only "original" artwork accepted. No computer editing or generated or traced artwork allowed.
All entries must be original works and not painted or drawn for the contestant by family members or friends.
Entrants of the contest must understand that by submitting their work, they are providing eQuest For Truth permission to publish the artwork on eQuest For Truth’s website.
Artwork Entries should be submitted in .jpg or .gif format through email. All photographs or scans of the artwork must be sized no more than 1000 pixels at the widest width/height. Please make sure that all attachments are no larger than 1.5 MB. This will keep email attachments from being too large!
Please mark the email "Art Contest" and send to email@example.com.
Entries must be submitted with the contestant's name, birth date, address, phone number, email address, a recent photograph and a 300 word or less biography. Please include this information in a “cover letter” attached with your submitted photograph(s). Note: eQuest For Truth will not share your contact information on the website or with any other party. Minors, please include a note and signature from your parent(s) that states you are submitting entries with parental approval.
Multiple entries are accepted; however, only one entry per contestant will be eligible for a prize."