OCAD Instructor Anson Liaw 1 of 50 winning artists selected by CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW

 

Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 10:00am

OCADU Instructor Anson Liaw has been named 1 of 50 winning artists selected by CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW magazine.  His artwork will be featured for publication in print and online for the Fall 2019 issue of CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW.  Three of his illustration images were selected as winning images and will be featured along with a short artist statement sharing his perspectives.  The Titles of  three illustration images (see below) are: 

  1. Title: Blame It On Me
  2. Title: Slim Pickings
  3. Title: Born Evil

 Please see the links below for more information.   

The CIRCLE Foundation publishes magazines online and in print. Their magazines are distributed internationally reaching a wide audience. They currently circulate two titles, Circle Quarterly Art Review, and Spotlight Magazine. Each new issue introduces 50 handpicked fine artists providing an exploration of current trends and original practices in all visual arts fields. 

Links for you to review some more information about the CIRCLE Foundation:

https://circle-arts.com/about/

https://circle-arts.com/art_magazines/

https://circle-arts.com/

Congratulations Anson!

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    OCAD U Instructor Anson Liaw's two illustrations have been selected to be a part of this year's OCAD University “ArtWorks 2019” art exhibition. The two illustrations selected for exhibition are: 1) Title: "Solidarity for New Zealand" .  The first submitted illustration entry is a personal non-commissioned illustration created in response to the two consecutive Christchurch mosque terrorist shooting attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, during Friday Prayer on 15 March 2019. 2) Title: "Pray for Amazonia" .     
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    Anson Liaw - Blame It On Me
    Anson Liaw - Sim Pickings
    Anson Liaw - Born Evil
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 10:00am

    OCADU Instructor Anson Liaw has been named 1 of 50 winning artists selected by CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW magazine.  His artwork will be featured for publication in print and online for the Fall 2019 issue of CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW.  Three of his illustration images were selected as winning images and will be featured along with a short artist statement sharing his perspectives.  The Titles of  three illustration images (see below) are: 

    1. Title: Blame It On Me
    2. Title: Slim Pickings
    3. Title: Born Evil

     Please see the links below for more information.   

    The CIRCLE Foundation publishes magazines online and in print. Their magazines are distributed internationally reaching a wide audience. They currently circulate two titles, Circle Quarterly Art Review, and Spotlight Magazine. Each new issue introduces 50 handpicked fine artists providing an exploration of current trends and original practices in all visual arts fields. 

    Links for you to review some more information about the CIRCLE Foundation:

    https://circle-arts.com/about/

    https://circle-arts.com/art_magazines/

    https://circle-arts.com/

    Congratulations Anson!