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Congratulations to our Bi-weekly Selected Artist

Awarded with One Year Digital Representation

Artists selected from June 15th to June 26th

Selected artist for one year digital representation at Agora Gallery

db Waterman – Just in Time, Collage on Paper, 18″ x 18″

db Waterman

Just in Time, Collage on Paper, 18″ x 18″

Artists selected from June 1st to June 12th

Selected artist for one year digital representation at Agora Gallery

Mehrnosh Kaecker – Pandemic, Digital Art

Mehrnosh Kaecker

Pandemic, Digital Art

Artists selected from May 18th to May 28th

Selected artist for one year digital representation at Agora Gallery

Olga Fedorova – Quarantine Is to Wave from my Balcony to your Balcony, Computer Generated

Olga Fedorova

Quarantine Is to Wave from my Balcony to your Balcony, Computer Generated

Artists selected from May 4th to May 14th

Selected artist for one year digital representation at Agora Gallery

Bojana Knezevic – Taste Me, Photography

Bojana Knezevic

Taste Me, Photography

Artists selected from April 20th to May 1st

Selected artist for one year digital representation at Agora Gallery

Renuka Sondhi Gulati – The Living Arc-3, Oil, 48″ x 36″

Renuka Sondhi Gulati

The Living Arc-3, Oil, 48″ x 36″

Artists selected from April 7th to April 17th

Selected artist for one year digital representation at Agora Gallery

Venugopal V.G. – Voyage into the Unknown, Acrylic, 48″ x 60″

Venugopal V.G.

Voyage into the Unknown, Acrylic, 48″ x 60″

Weekly Results Archive

June 22 – 26, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Mehrnosh Kaecker – Lost Love by Covid 19, Oil on Wood Board, 31.5″ x 23.5″

Mehrnosh Kaecker

Lost Love by Covid 19, Oil on Wood Board,
31.5″ x 23.5″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Nina Groth – Cityscape No 3, Acrylic on Canvas, 19.5″ x 19.5″

Nina Groth

Cityscape No 3, Acrylic on Canvas, 19.5″ x 19.5″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Karen Espig – The Peace in the Painting (self-portrait), Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 24″

Karen Espig

The Peace in the Painting (self-portrait),
Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 24″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Nataliya Morzhuk – Life’s, Acrylic on Canvas, 23.5″ x 23.5″

Nataliya Morzhuk

Life’s, Acrylic on Canvas, 23.5″ x 23.5″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Marina Tsaregorodtseva – Afterlife, Digital

Marina Tsaregorodtseva

Afterlife, Digital

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

M.J.A.M.P. – Storytelling, Oil on Linen, 16″ x 20″

M.J.A.M.P.

Storytelling, Oil on Linen, 16″ x 20″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

JC de Bie – Bright, Acrylic on Canvas, 33.5″ x 51″

JC de Bie

Bright, Acrylic on Canvas, 33.5″ x 51″

June 15 – 19, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Pamela Letona – Everlasting, Encaustic on Wood, 59″ x 59″ x 1.5″

Pamela Letona

Everlasting, Encaustic on Wood, 59″ x 59″ x 1.5″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Raluca Ioana Misca – Metaphysical Garden, Acrylic on Canvas, 39.5″ x 27.5″

Raluca Ioana Misca

Metaphysical Garden, Acrylic on Canvas, 39.5″ x 27.5″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Mehrnosh Kaecker – Recreate, Digital

Mehrnosh Kaecker

Recreate, Digital

4ᵗʰ Place

4ᵗʰ Place

db Waterman – Just in Time, Collage on Paper, 18″ x 18″

db Waterman

Just in Time, Collage on Paper, 18″ x 18″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Miguel Angel Duarte – Equilibrio, Acrylic on Canvas, 26″ x 26″

Miguel Angel Duarte

Equilibrio, Acrylic on Canvas, 26″ x 26″

June 8 – 12, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Mehrnosh Kaecker – Pandemic, Digital Art

Mehrnosh Kaecker

Pandemic, Digital Art

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Marina Shkarupa – King and Queen, Oil, 39.5″ x 47″

Marina Shkarupa

King and Queen, Oil, 39.5″ x 47″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Paula Aranoa Pellegrini – Quarantine Music, Digital on Fine Art Paper, 18″ x 18″

Paula Aranoa Pellegrini

Quarantine Music, Digital on Fine Art Paper, 18″ x 18″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Bryan Steingard – View with a Sill, Digital

Bryan Steingard

View with a Sill, Digital

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Ketzia Schoneberg – Pear VIII, Acrylic on Canvas, 10″ x 8″

Ketzia Schoneberg

Pear VIII, Acrylic on Canvas, 10″ x 8″

June 1 – 5, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Aulio Sayão Romita – Looking For, Acrylic on Canvas, 40″ x 40″

Aulio Sayão Romita

Looking For, Acrylic on Canvas, 40″ x 40″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Silvia Moresco – Caridad, Analog on Fine Art Paper, 7″ x 9.5″

Silvia Moresco

Caridad, Analog on Fine Art Paper, 7″ x 9.5″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Pia Cabanela – The Taxmask, Acrylic on Canvas, 10″ x 8″

Pia Cabanela

The Taxmask, Acrylic on Canvas, 10″ x 8″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Ketzia Schoneberg – Nude on a Fern Couch VIII, Acrylic, Charcoal, Pastel on Paper, 12″ x 12″

Ketzia Schoneberg

Nude on a Fern Couch VIII, Acrylic, Charcoal, Pastel on Paper, 12″ x 12″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Maria Soledad Pontel – Renacimiento, Oil on Canvas, 47″ x 31.5″

Maria Soledad Pontel

Renacimiento, Oil on Canvas, 47″ x 31.5″

May 25 – 28, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Karolina Lapinaite – Lost in the Moment, Digital on Fine Art Paper, 19.5″ x 27.5″

Karolina Lapinaite

Lost in the Moment, Digital on Fine Art Paper,
19.5″ x 27.5″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Florentina Panainte – Silence, Watercolor on Paper, 12″ x 16″

Florentina Panainte

Caridad, Analog on Fine Art Paper, 7″ x 9.5″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Lisa Merman Bender – Remedy, Digital, 13″ x 16.5″

Lisa Merman Bender

Remedy, Digital, 13″ x 16.5″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Nina Groth – In The Vastness of The Reef (In den Weiten des Riffs) Acrylic on Canvas, 16″ x 19.5″

Nina Groth

In The Vastness of The Reef
(In den Weiten des Riffs),
Acrylic on Canvas, 16″ x 19.5″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Madushanka Keerthirathna – Cradle of Love, Digital, 20″ x 20″

Madushanka Keerthirathna

Cradle of Love, Digital, 20″ x 20″

May 18 – 22, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Katz Andrew – Expectation (Assol), Collage, 35.5″ x 27.5″ x 1″

Katz Andrew

Expectation (Assol), Collage, 35.5″ x 27.5″ x 1″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Harald Gruenauer – Catch Me If You Can 2020, Fine Art Paper, 23.5″ x 23.5″

Harald Gruenauer

Catch Me If You Can 2020, Fine Art Paper, 23.5″ x 23.5″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Carmen Rey – Castles in the Air, Oil on Linen, 12″ x 17.5″

Carmen Rey

Castles in the Air, Oil on Linen, 12″ x 17.5″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Jay Jacobs – Closet Door, Acrylic on Canvas, 24″ x 20″

Jay Jacobs

Closet Door, Acrylic on Canvas, 24″ x 20″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Olga Fedorova – Quarantine Is to Wave from my Balcony to your Balcony, Computer Generated

Olga Fedorova

Quarantine Is to Wave from my Balcony to your Balcony, Computer Generated

May 11 – 14, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Fanny Horowitz – My Bathroom, My Universe, Collage, 23.5″ x 19.5″

Fanny Horowitz

My Bathroom, My Universe, Collage, 23.5″ x 19.5″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Bojana Knezevic – Taste Me, Photography

Bojana Knezevic

Taste Me, Photography

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Annamaria Gaspar – Socialization II, Oil, 39.5″ x 59″

Annamaria Gaspar

Socialization II, Oil, 39.5″ x 59″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Brut Carniollus – Self Portrait in Time of Quarantine, Digital

Brut Carniollus

Self Portrait in Time of Quarantine, Digital

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Simay Keles – Another Night Another Day Goes By, 16″ x 12″

Simay Keles

Another Night Another Day Goes By, Acrylic, 16″ x 12″

May 4 – 8, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Jill Quinn Babcock – Private Performance, Watercolor, 19.5″ x 13.5″

Jill Quinn Babcock

Private Performance, Watercolor, 19.5″ x 13.5″

 

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Mehrnosh Kaecker – Jumping for Joy, Digital

Mehrnosh Kaecker

Jumping for Joy, Digital

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Marina Shkarupa – Flight, Oil, 39.5″ x 39.5″

Marina Shkarupa

Flight, Oil, 39.5″ x 39.5″

 

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Keith Vogrin – E. 5th Street, South Bethlehem, Oil, 20″ x 28″

Keith Vogrin

E. 5th Street, South Bethlehem, Oil, 20″ x 28″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Anders Ekelund – Faces, Oil on Acrylic, 24″ x 18″

Anders Ekelund

Faces, Oil on Acrylic, 24″ x 18″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Candelaria Palacios – Monsters from Somewhere, Ink, 51.5″ x 63″

Candelaria Palacios

Monsters from Somewhere, Ink, 51.5″ x 63″

April 27 – May 1, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Claudia Rofman – Rompecabezas Urbano, Monoprint, 23.5″ x 47″

Claudia Rofman

Rompecabezas Urbano, Monoprint, 23.5″ x 47″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Manu Echeverria – Upside Down Work Time, Digital

Manu Echeverria

Upside Down Work Time, Digital

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Naomi Devil – Fear and Loathing in Burning Man, Oil, 51.5″ x 43.5″

Naomi Devil

Fear and Loathing in Burning Man, Oil, 51.5″ x 43.5″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Judith Dorfer – Dry Again, Digital

Judith Dorfer

Dry Again, Digital

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Alessandro Passerini – Escape, Digital

Alessandro Passerini

Escape, Digital

April 20 – 24, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Naomi Devil – Girl with Medical Mask, Oil, 27.5″ x 23.5″

Naomi Devil

Girl with Medical Mask, Oil, 27.5″ x 23.5″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Renuka Sondhi Gulati – The Living Arc-3, Oil, 48″ x 36″

Renuka Sondhi Gulati

The Living Arc-3, Oil, 48″ x 36″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Martha Alicia Moreschi – Lluvia y Espera, Digital

Martha Alicia Moreschi

Lluvia y Espera, Digital

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Manu Echeverria – Flying, Digital

Manu Echeverria

Flying, Digital

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Carolina Holste – Near the River, Digital

Carolina Holste

Near the River, Digital

April 12 – 17, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

Juan Francisco Gomez Camb – Open door, Collage, 39.5″ x 39.5″

Juan Francisco Gomez Camb

Open door, Collage, 39.5″ x 39.5″

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Minelle Gaya – The Flight, Oil, 24″ x 24″

Minelle Gaya

The Flight, Oil, 24″ x 36″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Omar Castillo Torres – Limites, Acrylic, 27.5″ x 27.5″

Omar Castillo Torres

Limites, Acrylic, 27.5″ x 27.5″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Sanjay Gupta – Staying Fit, Acrylic, 40″ x 30″

Sanjay Gupta

Staying Fit, Acrylic, 40″ x 30″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Martha Alicia Moreschi – Filigrana

Martha Alicia Moreschi

Filigrana

April 7 – 10, 2020:

 

1ˢᵗ Place

1st Place

M I G U E L D A V I D – My Window, Analog

M I G U E L D A V I D

My Window, Analog

2ᶮᵈ Place

2nd Place

Venugopal V.G. – Voyage into the Unknown, Acrylic, 48″ x 60″

Venugopal V.G.

Voyage into the Unknown, Acrylic, 48″ x 60″

3ʳᵈ Place

3rd Place

Sanker Ganesh – It’s a pre-planted slice of joy, Collage, Image Transfer, Paint, 60″ x 60″

Sanker Ganesh

It’s a pre-planted slice of joy, Collage, Image Transfer, Paint, 60″ x 60″

4ᵗʰ Place

4th Place

Maria Puerto Fullana MPF – Mask, Multi-Stratification in Water, 39.5″ x 32″

Maria Puerto Fullana MPF

Mask, Multi-Stratification in Water, 39.5″ x 32″

5ᵗʰ Place

5th Place

Nancy Stella Galianos – Vivacity, Ink on TerraSkin Paper, 13″ x 9″

Nancy Stella Galianos

Vivacity, Ink on TerraSkin Paper, 13″ x 9″

Artists Testimonials

Slide 1
My participation in the Latin American Fine Art Competition at Agora Gallery was one of the most important experiences of my career as an artist. The work that the Agora Gallery team put into our exhibition was extremely professional: starting with their selection of the jury, the communication with the artists, the incredible work they put into our exhibition creating so many collateral pieces such as the pamphlets, the photos, the videos, and the relationship with the press. The reception was especially emotional, Agora shone again, as it was a true Latin American party. Many people got to know me thanks to this exhibition. I am eternally grateful to Agora and his team for giving Latin American art a home.

Claudia Ruiz Gustafson, Peru, 2019 Selected Artist for the Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition
I was super excited to see my work displayed. I was especially fortunate to have my photo used as the “poster photo” for the show and when we approached the gallery on the way to the opening we saw the poster on a wall with other gallery posters. I was not expecting this and I was so excited and proud. When I saw my work in the gallery everything about the show was professional and I couldn’t have been happier to have been selected for the show.

Vincent Chahley, Canada, 2017 Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
Slide 2
I consider it has been an important step forward in my career as an artist. Having been selected out of so many international artists contributes to increasing the value of my work.

José María Peña, Spain, 2017 Selected for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
This was the first time that my artwork was exhibited outside Canada... two pieces were sold, and the positive feedback that I received boosted my confidence in what I am doing.

Renée De Gagné, Canada, 2014 Selected Artist for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
Slide 3
To see my work displayed on the walls of your gallery was validating on so many levels. I have been doing art for more than forty years, and I couldn’t help but feel a strong sense of satisfaction, joy, accomplishment, and personal honor. Thank you for that opportunity. Winning the competition has fueled my passion and inspired me to work harder. It has also provided me with distinction as a professional fine artist.

Doug DePice, United States, 2012 Selected Artist for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
I am honored to have been selected as a finalist for two consecutive years in the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition! So too, to sell an artwork. It was such an enjoyable experience working with the kind and professional Agora team the first time that I decided to enter again. An invaluable opportunity for any artist.

Emily Jones, Australia, 2018 Selected for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
Slide 4
Participating in the competition has been one of the most exciting experiences of my life. The opportunity to show my work in the great showcase open to the world that is the gallery, is very important for me at this time: nothing less than the opportunity to make myself known at the highest level.

Clara De Bobes, Spain, 2018 Selected Artist for The Latin American Competition
The whole experience of exhibiting in the gallery has been even better than I expected, the staff has always been very kind, always attentive guiding me in every step of the process. I would do it again without thinking and I hope everyone has a chance to participate in the future, it will be a unique and pleasant experience. One that I will never forget.

Daniel Serva, Venezuela, 2018 Selected Artist for Latin American Competition
Slide 5
Two of my favorites takes from this experience have been: Having my work curated by such influential figures in the New York art scene, and being a part of a show with multiple generations of Latin American artists; Artists who have been evolving their practice for 50 years, and young artists like myself that are still learning and developing.

Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Puerto Rico, 2018 Selected Artist for The Latin American Competition
My experience at the Agora Gallery is by far the most satisfying of the many galleries I’ve appeared in. The communication between the gallery and myself have been superb, timely and responsive. Within 2 days of the opening, they have sold 4 out my 5 offerings and the 5th remaining one is getting a great response. I feel honored to be included in this exhibition of truly superb work. Thank you for having me!

Richard Greene, United States, 2018 Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
Slide 6
The gallery sold 3 of my photographs! The price of artworks was carefully negotiated to secure the best outcome and any profit from sale transferred in timely manner.

It was a pleasure to work with the Agora Gallery staff, all were very professional, friendly and the communication was excellent!

Artur Golacki, United Kingdom, 2017, Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
It is always great to know that one's work is being exhibited internationally and in prestigious gallery so it's a feeling recognition after may years of photography.

Stephanus Meyer, Spain, 2017, Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
Slide 1
My participation in the Latin American Fine Art Competition at Agora Gallery was one of the most important experiences of my career as an artist. The work that the Agora Gallery team put into our exhibition was extremely professional: starting with their selection of the jury, the communication with the artists, the incredible work they put into our exhibition creating so many collateral pieces such as the pamphlets, the photos, the videos, and the relationship with the press. The reception was especially emotional, Agora shone again, as it was a true Latin American party. Many people got to know me thanks to this exhibition. I am eternally grateful to Agora and his team for giving Latin American art a home.

Claudia Ruiz Gustafson, Peru, 2019 Selected Artist for the Latin American Contemporary Fine Art Competition
Slide 1
I was super excited to see my work displayed. I was especially fortunate to have my photo used as the “poster photo” for the show and when we approached the gallery on the way to the opening we saw the poster on a wall with other gallery posters. I was not expecting this and I was so excited and proud. When I saw my work in the gallery everything about the show was professional and I couldn’t have been happier to have been selected for the show.

Vincent Chahley, Canada, 2017 Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
Slide 2
I consider it has been an important step forward in my career as an artist. Having been selected out of so many international artists contributes to increasing the value of my work.

José María Peña, Spain, 2017 Selected for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
Slide 2
This was the first time that my artwork was exhibited outside Canada... two pieces were sold, and the positive feedback that I received boosted my confidence in what I am doing.

Renée De Gagné, Canada, 2014 Selected Artist for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
Slide 3
To see my work displayed on the walls of your gallery was validating on so many levels. I have been doing art for more than forty years, and I couldn’t help but feel a strong sense of satisfaction, joy, accomplishment, and personal honor. Thank you for that opportunity. Winning the competition has fueled my passion and inspired me to work harder. It has also provided me with distinction as a professional fine artist.

Doug DePice, United States, 2012 Selected Artist for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
Slide 3
I am honored to have been selected as a finalist for two consecutive years in the Chelsea International Fine Art Competition! So too, to sell an artwork. It was such an enjoyable experience working with the kind and professional Agora team the first time that I decided to enter again. An invaluable opportunity for any artist.

Emily Jones, Australia, 2018 Selected for the Chelsea Fine Art Competition
Slide 4
Participating in the competition has been one of the most exciting experiences of my life. The opportunity to show my work in the great showcase open to the world that is the gallery, is very important for me at this time: nothing less than the opportunity to make myself known at the highest level.

Clara De Bobes, Spain, 2018 Selected Artist for The Latin American Competition
Slide 4
The whole experience of exhibiting in the gallery has been even better than I expected, the staff has always been very kind, always attentive guiding me in every step of the process. I would do it again without thinking and I hope everyone has a chance to participate in the future, it will be a unique and pleasant experience. One that I will never forget.

Daniel Serva, Venezuela, 2018 Selected Artist for Latin American Competition
Slide 5
Two of my favorites takes from this experience have been: Having my work curated by such influential figures in the New York art scene, and being a part of a show with multiple generations of Latin American artists; Artists who have been evolving their practice for 50 years, and young artists like myself that are still learning and developing.

Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Puerto Rico, 2018 Selected Artist for The Latin American Competition
Slide 5
My experience at the Agora Gallery is by far the most satisfying of the many galleries I’ve appeared in. The communication between the gallery and myself have been superb, timely and responsive. Within 2 days of the opening, they have sold 4 out my 5 offerings and the 5th remaining one is getting a great response. I feel honored to be included in this exhibition of truly superb work. Thank you for having me!

Richard Greene, United States, 2018 Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
Slide 6
The gallery sold 3 of my photographs! The price of artworks was carefully negotiated to secure the best outcome and any profit from sale transferred in timely manner.

It was a pleasure to work with the Agora Gallery staff, all were very professional, friendly and the communication was excellent!

Artur Golacki, United Kingdom, 2017, Selected Artist for The Photography Competition
Slide 6
It is always great to know that one's work is being exhibited internationally and in prestigious gallery so it's a feeling recognition after may years of photography.

Stephanus Meyer, Spain, 2017, Selected Artist for The Photography Competition

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