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NeoPopRealism Press ( Presents Results of Int'l Art Contest 'MY VISION OF THE FUTURE', dedicated to 30th-31st anniversary of NeoPopRealism, created by artist Nadia Russ in 1989 and run by the NeoPopRealism Press. Juror: Nadia Russ ( This contest was for artists working in all art styles and mediums presented all political views. 
A book with the same title "MY VISION OF THE FUTURE" will be published before the 2020 ends. It'll include the winners artworks on its cover and more artworks of participants of this contest inside the book.
1st Place Winner - Casey Lance Brown (USA) with "The Carbon Cycle I" ("Fossil Fuels I"), 90cm x 100cm, Digital Composite Photograph on Dye-Infused Aluminum Print. 
Casey Lance Brown is a multidisciplinary artist. He studied at Duke University, Harvard Design School, and as a fellow of the American Academy in Rome. Many of his works reveal the perverse ways in which human systems use and often abuse the planet’s surface. His large format imagery has been exhibited and collected in the U.S. and Switzerland, Italy and Russia, UK. 
2nd Place Winner - Robert Strasser (USA) with "Biosphere 1", diameter 2.5", Porcelain, 2020.
Robert Strasser is an inventive and eclectic visual artist who has worked with clay in the past 3,5 decades. "...  His most advanced and complex pieces are biospheres, which address the tensions between anthropogenic and naturogenic processes... ." He has international experience as a art class and workshop instructor. He holds science degrees from Earlham and Hood Colleges.
3rd Place Winner - Grigory Gurevich (USA) with "Still Life with the Clown", 30"X23", pencil on one ply acid free paper board, 2020.
Grigory Gurevich is a painter, sculptor, graphic artist, illustrator, who received his master's degree in Art in 1961 from Academy of Fine and Industrial Arts of St. Petersburg (Russia). He conducted many exhibitions worldwide.

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