Art Challenge Archive

This page shows the submissions to the BAA Art Challenge in past months.
Submissions for the February 2021Challenge  - The first image is the Reference Photo for the Challenge.  Click on an image to see the whole picture and then click on the arrows in the upper left corner for a full screen version. You can also scroll through the gallery
Submissions for the January 2021Challenge  - The first image is the Reference Photo for the Challenge.  Click on an image to see the whole picture and then click on the arrows in the upper left corner for a full screen version. You can also scroll through the gallery

New - Art Challenge

Welcome to the Art Challenge.  We will supply a new original reference photo each month and you produce a new piece of art based upon it.  Your finished work will appear on this page.  We want you to have fun and challenge your skills.  Either copy the photo or change it in any way you wish according to your style and approach. Any size or medium.  No judging.

The March 2021 Challenge

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Reference photo thanks to Yaksel Zok of Unsplash.com
Suggestions to download the reference image:
On a PC, right click on the image, then click on "save image as--"
On a Mac, drag the image and drop in your desktop.
 
Send digital images (jpegs) of your finished work to Peter Keitel at pjkeitel@gmail.com any time. Peter will post your work on this page within a few days.
To see a short video on how to take good photographs of artwork click here:
 
When you save the photo of your work, please save it as a medium  or large file.  Small images will not show on the web in full screen size. Also please use your surname as the file name.
Submissions for the March Challenge - The first image is the reference photo for the Challenge.  Click on an image to see the whole picture and then click on the arrows in the upper left corner for a full screen version.
Submissions for the January Challenge  - The first image is the Reference Photo for the Challenge.  Click on an image to see the whole picture and then click on the arrows in the upper left corner for a full screen version.