Online Competition Winners & Bryce Cameron Liston

To see more winners of our Online Competition and read about Bryce Cameron Liston, see the July/August 2007 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. Here are some pieces that didn’t appear in the issue.

Online Competition Honorable Mentions


Yellowstone Series: Magpie (acrylic, 12×24) by Rosemary Conroy, Weare NH



The Late Addition (oil, 8×10) by Anthony Waichulis, Moncanaqua PA)



Poppies (oil, 18×14) by Julia Lundman Midlock, San Francisco CA



Campfire (oil, 24×48) by Michael Mao, San Jose CA



Slumber Party (charcoal, 7×5) by Helen Crispino, Dalton PA



Portrait (charcoal, 24×18) by Ryoko Tajiri, San Francisco CA



Shadows (mixed media, 7?x6) by Melanie Fain, Boerne TX



Anatomy of Study (pastel, 8×6) by Herb Smith, New York NY



Boris Yeltsin Caricature (pastel, 14×11) by Jonathan Groot, Dakar, Senegal



Jenny (watercolor, 25×17) by Helen Gotlib, Ann Arbor MI



First Course II (watercolor, 5?x8) by Melanie Fain, Boerne TX

Bryce Cameron Liston


…And the Pursuit of Happiness (oil, 18×24)



The Wrestlers from the series The Ancient Olympians (bronze)



Cherry Blossoms (oil, 30×19)



Antique Urn (oil, 11×14)



An Offering (oil, 36×24)

A lifelong resident of Salt Lake City, Utah, Bryce Cameron Liston is a member of the National Sculpture Society, the Oil Painters of America and the International Guild of Realism. His work has appeared in Strokes of Genius: The Best of Drawing (North Light Books, 2007), and he was recently commissioned to paint a series of larger-than-life historical and mythological paintings. One of several quotations that may be found on his website (www.listonart.com) is by Leonardo da Vinci: “The greatest tragedy in art is when theory outstrips performance.”

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