Winter can be beautiful--those in need of proof can check out the top 30 picks from Hamptons Art Hub's Open Call seeking fine art and fine art photography inspired by winter, snow and ice. A committee selected 15 photographs and 15 artworks from submissions of original artwork. These are now presented in two separate slideshows. All work was viewed online only.

All totaled, Hamptons Art Hub received 235 submissions with 99 fine artworks to consider and 136 photographs. Artists from around the world sent in work with the majority living in the United States. Many are based in the Hamptons / East End - Long Island - New York City areas.

Thank you to everyone who submitted! The art was enjoyable to view and made for some tough choices. All work was considered without artist name by a committee. Only one artwork per artist was eligible.

In the fine art category, artworks were selected from Grant Haffner, Elizabeth Malunowicz, Charlotte Larson, Amy Worth, Barbara Groot, Lisa Argentieri, Anthony D'Avino, Nancy Ness, Carla Lobmier, Jan Chevalier, Laurie Samara Schlageter, Ula Einstein, RJT Haynes, Scott McIntire and Gretl Bauer.

Check out a separate post to discover the winning fine art photography selections by clicking here.

To see the winning fine art submissions, view our slideshow:

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Happy Winter!!

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"Winter in the Hamptons" by Grant Haffner, 2015. Acrylic, marker, pencil on wood panel, 18 x 18 inches.

"Winter in the Hamptons" by Grant Haffner, 2015. Acrylic, marker, pencil on wood panel, 18 x 18 inches.

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To see the winning fine art photography submissions, view our slideshow:

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"Inspired by Winter" Open Call for Fine Art and Fine Art Photography was the first call for artwork issued by Hamptons Art Hub.

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2 comments

  1. thank you for selecting my painting, Long Winter!
    Is it possible to put the artist’s names in the fine art slideshow please? thank you!

    • Hi Lisa. The artist’s name and artwork title is located to the right of each image in our slider. Thanks, Pat

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