has selected the overall winner of the 1th FEMALE ART INSPO 2021, as well as 1st, 2nd, 3rd prize in the categories - painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, digital art, "Art in Covid-19",
“Women’s world through men’s eyes"
THE OVERALL WINNER IS EVE MÉTHOT from Carignan Quebec CANADA.
The overall winner has the expenses connected to one week stay in the apartment Artist that is based in the middle of Old Prague paid.
About Eve Méthot
I am a freelance artist. My tools are photography, digital design and Augmented Realtiy. I worked for 20 years as a teacher in digital design and multimedia in Quebec, Canada. In July 2020, I took part of an international exhibition in Vienna about Augmented reality.
In 2020/21, I created a cycle of twenty digital artworks made from my original images, 2D animations, photos and images from Public Domain sources (NASA). I’m interested by the universe, the celestial bodies and the nebulae. This cycle represents nebulae. Looking at these celestial objects, you can imagine all kind of forms moving through an abstract universe. Under the artist's eye, fluidity is found in the movement of lines, colors and shapes that attract and repel.
First creation is linked with categorie for women. Called Two women looking at Cone Nebula. American cartoonist William Ely Hill published "My Wife and My Mother-in-Law" in Puck, an American humour magazine, on 6 November 1915, with the caption "They are both in this picture — Find them". The oldest known form of this image is an 1888 German postcard. In 1930 Edwin Boring introduced the figure to psychologists in a paper titled "A new ambiguous figure"... You can see an old woman or a young one depending on your age or state of mind. Today we can imagine these ladies near the Cone Nebula in the constellation of Monoceros. This object was discovered by William Herschel on December 26, 1785.
The second creation is linked with the theme: ART in Covid 19. Called Between hope and despair: INSTABILITY AND PRECARIOUSNESS into the Eagle nebula's Pillars of Creation. In astronomy, the Pillars of Creation refer to a famous image of columns of interstellar dust taken on April 1, 1995 by the Hubble Space Telescope. The structure is located in the Eagle Nebula, in the heart of the open cluster M16, they would have been destroyed by the explosion of a supernova about 6000 years ago2. Despair, hope, longevity, perpetuation: Humanity can recognize itself in this environment. it is a good balance to face precariousness and instability.
These artworks can be published online, in print magazine or presented in a museum or Gallery. The Artivive app, available for iOS and Android, is required to view AR content. The viewer must simply download the Artivive application completely free of charge on their phone or tablet. lt's a matter of finding and installing the app on Google Play or Apple App Store.
Winners of individual categories can be found in the awards gallery !
"I would like to thank all the artists for their participation and the jury for voting at the first
edition of FAIN 2021 ! I appreciate your time and creativity!"
Yours Katerina Bukolska curator FAIN