CORNELIA STECKHAN, FINALIST IN THE SECOND GLOBAL ART AWARDS
CORNELIA STECKHAN FROM GERMANY ANNOUNCED AS FINALIST IN THE SECOND GLOBAL ART AWARDS TAKING PLACE AT THE FIVE JUMEIRAH PALM DUBAI, UAE, 21ST NOVEMBER 2018
21st October 2018 – Cornelia Steckhan artist from Germany has been named the finalist in the second Global Art Awards recognizing excellence and innovation in art and design, and will be going forward to the grand final of the prestigious awards taking place at the FIVE Jumeirah Palm Dubai on 21st November 2018.
Cornelia Steckhan, whose both works Stay in peace on a green planet and Stroke in the Conceptual Art Category has been singled out for praise by the judges will be heading for Dubai in November in the hope of winning the award in their category.
They will also have the chance to be named The Best Global Artist of 2018, which is awarded to one outstanding overall winner, who will also win an exhibition in Abu Dhabi as well as the life-long title.
Dubbed “The Oscars for the Visual Arts”, The Global Art Awards celebrate the exceptional achievements of artists from across the globe. There are 16 visual arts categories, ranging from photography, street art, illustration and painting to awards recognizing individual artists, including Best Newcomer; Best Sculpture Artist Award; Best Innovative Artist Award as well as the highly illustrious Best Emirati Artist Award.
In reaching the finals of the Global Art Awards, Cornelia Steckhan says:
“My Painting Stay in peace on a green planet means:
We need to save the mother earth. Please do not pollute the earth, please do not disturb the jungle, please do not disturb the environment of the wild animals. Please keep the green earth for our further generations. Please help and fight with me for the green earth.
On my painting Stroke, I compare this serious disease with our planet’s disease. In all the countries on the planet are different nature problems, some have political problems, others destroy the nature of the vegetation and also reduce the population of wild animals. In industrialized countries (civilized) billion tons of trash, plastic, and chemicals are being produced that reach the planet’s soil. Our planet earth soon suffers from a stroke.
It’s a great honor to be named a finalist in the Global Art Awards and I am delighted to be able to join such a fantastic, roll-call of artistic talent heading for the awards in Dubai. These awards really do single out the best, most exciting artists working today, to celebrate their achievements, and I am honored to be among them.”
Joëlle Dinnage, Founder and Director of the Global Art Awards said, “We created the awards a year ago to establish an inspirational international art competition on a global scale. Artists who were successful last time have gone on to gain recognition and commissions, travel and attend exhibitions and receive a real boost to their careers.
This year, standards have been exceptionally high and the competition has been fierce across all categories. Congratulations to all the finalists. We look forward to seeing them in Dubai.”
The awards ceremony takes place on the evening of Thursday 21st November 2018 at the 16th-floor Penthouse FIVE Jumeirah Palm against the backdrop of the astonishing Dubai skyline.
More information about the awards is on http://www.theglobalartawards.com.
Details about the artist Cornelia Steckhan and her work are available here: https://www.corkyart.biz