Mother Teresa Pointillism Portrait Wins!

Max Eberle, professional artist from Dover, Ohio, won First Place with his portrait in pointillism titled Teresa In Prayer. The portrait competition was sponsored by Fine Art America \uaa href="http://www.fineartamerica.com">http://www.fineartamerica.com and focused on portraits of famous people in pointillism, a unique style of art which requires painting or drawing with dots or dabs. The competition included forty-one portraits from fourteen pointillists. Max Eberle’s portrait of Mother Teresa stood out as a winning piece.\uabr>\uabr>\uap style="text-align: left;">

Teresa In Prayer \uabr>by Max Eberle\uabr>\uabr>Denise Landis, als..., was the competition administrator and has interviewed the artist to gain a fascinating perspective of Max Eberle’s creative mind and process (c. June 2010).\uabr>\uabr>Denise: Tell me a little about your artistic life and art. Wh...) I’ve really enjoyed the work here including yours Denise.\uabr>\uabr>Denise: Thanks Max! The group does include some incredible ar....\uabr>\uabr>Denise: Nice! Very impressive! What’s next for your artwork? Do you have any upcoming events or competitions?\uabr>\uabr>Max: I’ve been focusing on my professional pool career lately yet have been getting the itch to do some more art projects; a show in China would be really cool. I may get more political in the future; we live in an age of mass deception where those who have been trusted to act on our behalf actually do just the opposite, and find no problem in lying about it. This bothers me and while I find art to be an outlet to create beautiful pieces, it’s also an opportunity to reveal some truth and make a statement. I like combining elements of life and society into a collage of images, this may be where my art is headed as I’ve already created one drawing like this which I’ve yet to release as a print.\uabr>\uabr>Denise: Thanks Max for taking the time to share your creative world with me. I wish you the best with your art. I am certain you will achieve all your goals! No problem.\uabr>\uabr>To see more of Max Eberle’s art go to max-eberle@fineartamerica.com\uabr>\uabr>

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Comment by Denise Landis on June 19, 2010 at 12:55pm
It's my pleasure.
Comment by Brigitte Martin on June 19, 2010 at 6:29am
Denise:

Thank you very much for bringing this artist to our attention on crafthaus ! I really appreciate your taking the time to do this interview with Max Eberle. Please continue adding a "painter's voice" to this website !

Brigitte

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