Aesthetica’s Creative Works Competition is an internationally recognised event that projects critical insight into the fast paced contemporary art world, making it easier for artists to connect with new audiences from across the globe.
This interchange of inspiration and ideas creates an infusion of creativity, which activates the audiences to take an in-depth approach when appreciating the artwork. With such a wide representation of different mediums, the Creative Works Competition is an excellent opportunity to enhance one’s representation and therefore helps to build and maintain artists’ profile.
Championing new talent in the genres of visual arts, photography, poetry and fiction, the Aesthetica Annual is a publication that will stir your imagination.
Whether you’re a budding poet, superb sculptor, storyteller or an arts enthusiast, the Aesthetica Annual provides a platform to gather inspiration and to get those creative juices flowing.
The Aesthetica Annual reflects art’s greatest power: to comment, debate and analyse the times in which we live. Inside this collection there are 96 artists and writers that span nationality and age, offering a true insight into the creative zeitgeist of our times.
Please have a look at our artists’ work, you can do that by clicking here.
Aesthetica’s Creative Works Competition 2009 Finalists:
Levan Urushadze – Art. Rain Is Coming
Merike Sule-Trubert – Art. Fear
Mia Funk – Art. The Audience
Paul Bursnall – Art. Red Corner
Elissa Ramsay – Art. Sin City
Michael Gutteridge – Art. Peveril of the Peak No.4 (at night)
Emma Gamble – Art. Of Things To Come
Jacob Kulin. Glass II
Salman Alhajri – Art. The Beauty of Arabic Calligraphy Compositions 3
Sally Spedding – Poetry. Den, Winning Entry
Owen Lowery – Poetry. New Two-Tone Brogues
Lynn Roberts – Poetry. Jam
Matt Bryden – Poetry. Come Above Ground
Gill Learner – Poetry. Banged Out
Sharon Black – Poetry. No Magician
Jenny Powell – Poetry. Last Summer
Alan Markland – Fiction. A Cold Wind
Hazel Aduna – Fiction. The Sunchild of Poggie Rom
Louise Beech – Fiction – Winning Entry. Learning To Breathe
James Cole – Fiction. One Piece At A Time
Mary Ann Zammit – Fiction. My Son, my past