Hahnemühle´s  international calendar competition has from year to year more and more fans . Join in and contribute! We are looking forward to your favorite “Contrasts” in all painting and drawing techniques.
To June 30, 2014, we expect your works of art on the subject “Contrasts “. Welcome are works of art featuring the interplay of light and dark, colour and monochromatic or visualize any other contrasting effects in a metaphoric meaning to create an ultimate art calendar for 2015.

Entry is open to all individuals. Up to five works of art in all painting, drawing or traditional printing technique are welcome. The only requirement: all images must be created on a paper by Hahnemühle or Lana. The closing date is June 30, 2014. Entries can be submitted only online via the upload portal on Hahnemühle´s website www.hahenmuehle.com. Ausschreibung und Künstlermaterial
Entry rules are online in German, English, French and Spanish.

A jury will select the 12 victorious motifs for the 2015 art calendar  in autumn this year. It provides international recognition and is considered an honour for artists to be featured in the ‘not-for-sale’ calendar, which is published in a limited edition only as a give-away for Hahnemühle business partners all over the world.

Winners will receive a creative package worth 350 € filled with artist paper from Hahnemühle as well as brushes and artists colours by renowned German manufacturers da Vinci and Schmincke.

All calendar motifs from previous contests are online at www.hahnemuehle.com for inspiration.

  1. Leigh

    I would like to participate in this competition, but only have your paper in a 24 x 32cm format. Is that acceptable?

  2. Barbara Knipper

    Dear Leigh,
    Thank you very much for your interest in our calendar competition. Yes, of course the size is acceptable, please you use the landscape format. We are looking forward to your entry.

  3. Lisandro

    does the it have to be an original drawing or can it be a print on Hahnemühle paper?

  4. Barbara Knipper

    Dear Lisandor. Yes, your image must be painted or has to be made by a traditional printmaking technique, e.g. etching

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