Flowers and Scenery of Wisconsin is our main focus. However, we accept submissions from beyond Wisconsin. Artworks may be in any medium. Please do not submit BLACK & WHITE work, or SEPIA photos, and Please NO NUDES or PARTIAL NUDES, Thank you.
Make sure your submissions are bright and colorfulNo dark pieces! ALL WORK SUBMITTED TO OUR GROUP, MUST BE ORIGINAL. No Reproductions, Copies, or Screenshots of other artists work will be accepted.
The Daily Limit on Submissions is Now ONE. After you have a total of 30 Active Images, THAT IS YOUR LIMIT! When 1 of your works is featured, then, you may replace that work with a new one. At no time should you have more than 30 Active or Pending Images that you wish to be featured in the future.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Featured works are removed from the Group and held as Rejected Images. This is simply a way of keeping track of which artworks have been featured. IN NO WAY SHOULD THIS BE CONSIDERED TO BE A NEGATIVE COMMENTARY ON YOUR ARTWORKS.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING WFS RULE: When posting, please be certain you are on fineartamerica.com vs. pixels.com A person voting on pixels must log back in to vote, as Pixels.com is a different web site, from fineartamerica.com. THIS THREAD POSTS ONLY FAA IMAGES!
SPOTLIGHT ARTIST FEATURE:
SPECIAL HIGHLIGHTED WFS ARTISTS FOR THE WEEK
IN-HOUSE CONTEST WINNERS: (positioning of the winners is of no relevancy, as they are all equal in winning strength)
There were many more submissions to our contest this week and I believe it had to do with giving you quick access to the contest by including the link to go directly to the contest. Thus, I will be continuing that practice. Each week you will get a quick note with the direct link to contest. Also, with so many more entries, I changed from 6 winners to 9 for this week and for future weeks with numerous entries.
This week's topic for the 'In House' contest for WFS members only is, 'WINE GLASSES' which should be drinking glasses, not bottles, or carafes, please. Can be empty, half full, half empty, full, or anywhere in between.
Remember to keep the main topic surrounded by other beautiful elements to enhance the beauty of the main topic. Also no black and white or sepia images, please!
QUICK LINK TO THIS WEEK'S 'In House' contest for WFS members only.