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Friday 10 March 2006

Spectrum Awards Winners

Winners and runners-up of the 13th annual Spectrum competition for fantastic art were determined in Kansas City, MO on the weekend March 3, 2006, from over 4000 works of science fiction and fantastic-themed art, by jurists Brom [artist], Bruce Jensen [artist], Christopher Klein [artist/art director National Geographic], Heidi MacDonald [journalist], Stephan Martiniere [artist], and Meg Walsh [artist]. The artists will receive a Spectrum Award sculpted by Joseph DeVito, which rests on a base sculpted by Tom Banwell with either a gold or silver engraved plate bearing the recipient's name.

All of the art selected by the judges will be included in Spectrum 13: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, edited by Cathy and Arnie Fenner, to be published by Underwood Books in October, 2006.

(Images supplied by Arnie Fenner -- click for larger.)

winner: Jeffrey Jones
winner: "Prometheus", Donato Giancola (client: Asimov's Science Fiction)
2nd place: "Die SF", Andrew Jones (client:, art director Massive Black)

winner: Jon Foster, Cover of The Demon and the City, (by Liz Williams) (client: Night Shade Books; art director Jeremy Lassen)

2nd place: Michael Deas, Cover of Earthbound, (by Richard Matheson) (client: Tor Books; art director Irene Gallo)

winner: Doomed #4, Jeremy Geddes (client: IDW; art director Ashley Wood)
2nd place: The Devil's Rejects, David Hartman (client: IDW; art director Kris Oprisko)
winner: "Under Autumn's Tentacled Spell", Tim Bruckner (client: Jonathan LeVine Galleries / designer: Todd Schorr)
2nd place: "Moodius Centaurus", Andrew Sinclair (client: Ridgeway Sculpture Design / designer: artist w/ Clive Pittman)

winner: "Antarctic Megalosaur", William Stout (client: Prehistoric Times / art director: Mike Fredericks)
2nd place: "Revenge of the Geisha", Yuko Shimizu (client: X-Funs / art director: Johnson Lee)
winner: "Warriors of Khorne", Cos Koniotis (client: Sabertooth Games)
2nd place: "Jade Sea Walker II", Daniel Dociu (client: Arena Net/Guild Wars)
winner: "Carnivore Pond", William Carman
2nd place: "Burning Man", August Hall


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