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21 January, 2020
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THEME: Non-Tangible Artwork

DESCRIPTION: The topic for this art contest is NON-TANGIBLE ARTWORK. Submit your own artwork, painting or drawing of something that can't be seen. Ideas include: Energy, sounds, feelings & emotions. Use your creative side to imagine what these things might look like, even though they can't be seen. No photos for this contest, just artwork on this one. Let's see what we can't see! (Thanks to our members that submitted this contest idea.)


PRIZES: Everyone that submits an art contest entry wins more exposure to your artwork and kudos from your fellow art friends. The top voted winner of this contest will receive $10 in ArtWanted cash to be used for any product or service on our website.

RULES: Only one entry per person. Only artwork can be submitted for this contest, no photographs please.

HOW TO ENTER: Reply to this message and attach your contest entry image to your message. Your contest entry will be hidden until voting starts. Good luck!


24 Contest Entries

Miro Gradinscak 21 Jan 2020

Kiss a new life. Drawing - Graphite pencils on paper

Rick Corbett 22 Jan 2020

I would like to submit my portrait of "Kit" 9 x 12 pencil on Bristol Smooth paper. I would like to submit Kit because in the portrait, I wanted to capture her emotion in her eyes, her inner pain that she feels every single day.

Kim Reid 28 Jan 2020

About this painting: "Sequoia Hikers" This watercolor illustration was done from the artist's imagination and influence from many hikes to capture the stature of a 1500-year old Sequoia Semperviren. It's good to see some ancient redwoods still remain on private property. It shows dedication to California's living history, by owners not cashing in on harvesting these majestic giants. The preliminary pencil drawing for this painting was also released as a limited edition print series, shown on this preview page. This artist loves being surrounded by these magnificent old growth forests.

Elena Sokolova 24 Jan 2020

Wonderland, oil, canvas, 40 cm x 50 cm

Terry Bassett 29 Jan 2020

A thought arises in your mind..

Stefani Wehner 22 Jan 2020

Here my entry for the contest NON-TANGIBLE ART; I called it "SYMPHONIE IN BLUE". Hope you enjoy it!

CeeJae Demps 02 Feb 2020

This is a visual depiction of the non-tangible synergy that flows between and links every living being

cervantes wu 21 Jan 2020

This lane has vanished and the picture is my memory of the past

Robert McCoy 01 Feb 2020

Song of the Grosbeak

higinio alguacil 22 Jan 2020


Dominika Morgana 24 Jan 2020

Niewidoczne to mysli

Tatjana Prelog 25 Jan 2020

This is my entry for Non-Tangible Artwork contest.

Title of artwork: Hope Created with: Flame Painter 4

This is how hope looks like to me.

HkT 21 Jan 2020

“Miracle 1” Detail by HkT.

Michelle Crumrine 30 Jan 2020

I don't know what counts here, but I can describe a feeling I get when I see a certain picture. For instance........peace.

Anda Gheorghiu 30 Jan 2020


Susanne Baca 21 Jan 2020

Virgin de Guadalupe “Faith”

Bob Usoroh 21 Jan 2020

Jazz . acrylic on canvas 2008 80x100cm.

Aleksandr Klyuyanov 21 Jan 2020

Love At First Glance


My Acylic Painting of something that can't be seen the rising of "one", endangered. phoenix burnt asunder as ashes upon the trampled scorged earth.

At first sight unseen a birthing anew prior in its screaming clease a transpired blue flicker sublime in subtlety intense within its unkown twisted storm, ablazing rangers fiercest in its unstoppable paths forwards in view reverberated collaborations -in life.

Birthing in first sight beautifully Madame the Sparked- birthing to that first crackle in contortionist to its twisting tormented in sound.

Leaping lunges forward to a HALT-

THis RAGEING AFIRE- glimpses to its peak in the BLUEST Fires STORM, lavishly spreading in Lunged Languishes as Torents OUT-OF-CONTROL~

Fiercest too ABLAZEMENT this Phenomenon in Tormet echoed similarity to the Phoenix Singularity in Dance entwined within the flamenco Anguished hidden in a novella are these Pangs Panting in stills of screaming silence embraced -imprisonment the bluesy of its shortest healing heated as a blazing fire, astonishing one moment the birthing beauty rising cleansed as purifier in this fire storm, AFIRE ABLAZED,~~ "H O L Y" ~RISING A PHOENIX, ANEW.


L Anderson 22 Jan 2020

'Quantum Corridor' --A scene depicting energy and passing time one cannot see while crossing unknown barriers warping space. Oil on canvas 1988. 12" x 16"

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