Figurative Art Exhibition - 3 Dimensional Art Category

The 3 Dimensional Category contains any art which has or seeming to have length, width, and depth.  Relief, pottery, sculpture, installation, kinetic, and conceptual 3-D artworks created in metal, paper, wood, stone, fiber, plastics, glass, ceramics, trash or any other material which can be used to create 3-dimensional art. 

All winning entries will now be featured on the Light Space & Time website for the month of July 2015 and thereafter, the artworks and links to the artist’s websites will remain online in the Light Space & Time Archives. Congratulations to our artists who made our 5th Annual “Figurative” Art Exhibition so successful this month. At any time, we invite our winners and other interested visitors to link their websites to the Gallery’s archive page for further ongoing promotion.

The Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery will have “Figurative” Award Certificates, Event Postcards, Event Catalogues and Press Releases sent to you within the next week or so. Thank you for being part of the gallery.

Below are the top winning artists in the 3 Dimensional Category. To return to the Figurative Home Page here.

1st Place – Michael Davis - "Self Reflection" -

2nd Place - Kim Rudolph - "Lady of Dance" -

3rd Place – Miron Abramovici - "Junkie" - Website

4th Place – KC Olivante - "Frustration" - Website

5th Place – Lisa MacNamara - "Keeping Up" - Website

Hon. Mention - Debanjana Bhattacharjee - "The Common Man" - Website 

Hon. Mention - Hadasaugh G - "Hood Man #1" - Website           

Hon. Mention - Stuart Meyer-Plath - "The Book" - Website

Hon. Mention - Hannah Pierce - "Glorifying Facades" - Website

Hon. Mention - Marjorie Wood - "Blue Nude #1" - Email

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