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Faces Art Exhibition- February 2023

Ten Moir Gallery’s art competition for January 2023 was the first annual “Faces” online art contest. The show attracted a wide range of artists from around the world specializing in mediums that consisted of oil on canvas, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphite, photography, digital. Both 2d and 3d were accepted for inclusion into the Gallery’s February group exhibition.

Artists were asked for their interpretation of the “Faces” theme by submitting their best artwork that displays one or more faces.

The submission process and competition began in November 2022 and ended Jan 15th, 2023 bringing in submissions from 15 different countries from all around the world.

Artwork is judged based on the following elements: originality, creativity, interpretation of the theme, demonstration of artistic skill and usage of medium. The winning categories include Best in Show.

The gallery also included Honorable Mentions for their outstanding art. Many of the artists in either of these groups could have easily been included in the upper tier of our winners, as their art was also exceptional.

The winning categories artwork will be featured on Ten Moir Gallery homepage for 2 months. After 2 months, it will remain in the Archives.  

Congratulations to the artists who made the first annual  “Faces” art exhibition so successful!

Best in Show

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Anthea BN

Amelie and The Galahs


Stemming from anxieties surrounding Australia’s recent catastrophic bushfires, Anthea’s current body of work explores the delicate future of our children and their dreams paired with the fragile beauty of the wild. Will it be here for generations to come? Can we lighten our tread on the earth for the innocent who will inherit it? Anthea’s paintings are trying to capture, if only for a moment, dreams, beauty & innocence.

2nd and 3rd Place Winners

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Parita Vora

In my painting I like to capture the beauty found in the objects, images, things,  we are use or we see every day in our routine life and different medium allow me to express differently ideas with different colors and forms that accidentally create a great aesthetic of composition.

Peter Ipina



Peter Ipiña is a multi-faceted artist and graphic designer, drawing his inspiration and poetic vision for original works from social, political, and cultural situations. The son of internationally renowned Salvadoran artist Pedro Ipiña,

Peter had the opportunity to learn and refine his techniques from the age of 12 and completed his first exhibition by the age of 18.

Following this training and formal education, Peter has continued to create original works as well as develop artistic and graphic design and illustration projects for clients.

Honorable Mentions

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Bridget Davet



Abdelrahman Mahmoud


Khushboo Parmar


Tameisha Harrington