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As Ms. Seymour noted in the October call for entries:
....I think the hardest aspect is to present reality and the beauty of the human form without descending into hyper realism or caricature. A portrayal of the nude should have a certain amount of intrinsic grace yet preserve the traditional artistic requirements of value, edge, and tone.
She selected Brazil, a pastel by Barebrush Featured Artist, Jean Marcellino of New York, NY, and commented, “A true professional.” Also selected were Kelsey Resting, a color pencil drawing by Tracey Padron of Elgin, Il — “Just beautiful,” she exclaimed the moment she saw it; Sweet Dreams, an acrylic by Buffalo, NY artist Paul Rybarczyk; and Be Alive, a drawing by Taehyub Lee, New York, NY
The 31 artists represented in October, 2011, in day order are:
1* Tai Lin, 2 Guenter Knop, 3 Matthew Smith, 4 Profile Deleted, 5 Eddie Torres, 6* Jean Marcellino, 7 Victoria Coyle, 8 Angelique Moselle Price, 9 Lynne Levin, 10 Jacqueline Saunders, 11 Peter Wong King, 12 Tony Lee, 13* Tracey Padron, 14 Robin Kappy, 15* Paul Rybarczyk, 16 C. Charles Wang, 17 Gary Paul Stutler, 18 David Schulz, 19 Donelli J. DiMaria, 20* Taehyub Lee, 21 Name Withdrawn, 22 Jacqui Morgan, 23 Kathy Ostman-Magnusen , 24 Christopher Smith, 25 Donna Cleary, 26 Chuck Miller, 27 Sam Martine, 28 Janet A. Cook, 29 Tim Brian McSweeney, 30 Rebecca Venn, 31 Ilene Skeen.
*Curators' Choice nominee. Nominees for the N*de-of-the-Month were selected by the guest curator as Curator's Choice. All barebrush curators have an opportunity to rank the Curator's Choice in their own special poll. Winners determined by a statistical combination of the curators and popular votes.