Competition Art Gallery
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This month we’re delighted to be running a competition on Fawn Review for readers to share their art work. We’ve been delighted with the great response we’ve received; with entries ranging from sculpture to photography, painting and much more.
The prize is a full feature article on the winning artist in our online art magazine read by 10,000 art lovers each month.
You can vote for your favourite here, in the poll at the bottom of this page.
Voting closes: Monday 30th September at midnight (UK time).
Multiple voting: Please note that the use of any voting software in order to vote repeatedly is not allowed. Any block votes found to have been cast repeatedly from the same IP address will not be included in the final count. In the interest of fairness and out of respect for other artists, we ask that all entrants refrain from such practices and that they are aware that any such instances may result in disqualification.
Good luck to all our artists and thank you for sharing your artwork!
Siobhan Fenton, Editor of Fawn Review
Over the course of the competition we’ve had the pleasure of showcasing some beautiful work by very talented artists; with everything from ceramics to paint and even fossils.
We would like to take this opportunity to express our thanks to all of the artists who have shared their art work with us.
It was brought to our attention that unfortunately some voters abused the multiple vote system by voting repeatedly in the competition. As outlined in the competition rules, these multiple votes were not valid and have been removed from the final count. The results have been analysed by IT staff at our management company, Debut Communications, and block votes have been discounted; only votes by original IP addresses were accepted in the final count in the interest of fairness.
We are delighted to announce that the artist with the most original votes, was Ellie Fisher with just over 35% of all individual votes cast. Ellie’s winning piece was a delicately drawn portrait. Congratulations, Ellie! You can find our feature on the winning artist on Fawn Review in the near future.
Thank you again to all the artists for sharing their work.