Monday, September 17, 2012

August CPM Art Challenge - Winners!

August Challenge Photo: #1208 "Color & Concrete"

Thank you to all the artists to participated this month, we hope you continue to take the challenges as each of our winners have submitted work to our previous challenges and didn't give up!

T H E   R U L E S :
USE CHALLENGE PHOTO: This photo can be found in the August issue of COLORED PENCIL Magazine -

CREATE YOUR OWN VERSION: Use your own style, along with your colored pencils, and take as much creative license as you wish.  Mixed media is acceptable - 80% colored pencil required!

UPLOAD TO ENTER: Upload your entry to your account then visit us at . Click "Add photos" to enter to win one of the great prizes provided by our sponsor and for a chance to appear in our magazine. We will give one prize to our pros and one to our student readers.

Judging for all Colored Pencil Magazine's Art Challenges will be chosen by Magazine staff and guest jurors.


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Pro/Advanced Entries: 
Deborah Martin
 Jana Voss

Nancy Harlin

Patty Kaczmarek 

Student/Beginner Entries: 
Dawn Cruse

Estes Sharon

Lisa Watkins

Mandy Beltz

Rich Schoenbaum

Click any image to view larger or visit our flickr account at:
Enter our September Challenge:
  Look for our winners in the October issue of  COLORED PENCIL Magazine!

 All artwork is owned by the submitting artist and no copyright will be transferred to Colored Pencil Magazine or Platte Productions Publishing but by submitting, uploading, or sharing your artwork to our Flickr account, you are giving Colored Pencil Magazine and Platte Productions Publishing, permission to print and /or display your work in print and/or online. 


  1. Oooo. This one looks fun!

  2. My question is, can you put in an entry after you have won an Art Challenge? Is the judging prejudice against a previous winner?

    Please advise.

  3. I would like to know if this company called Colored Pencil Magazine puts out a tangible magazine monthly? I am into using colored pencils to create art and it would be fun to get some lessons every month from a magazine like this.