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1999 emerging erotic artist contest

 GRAND PRIZE WINNERS


GRAND PRIZE (TIE)
Photography: 1st Place
Jay Jorgensen
Los Angleles CA
“Baptism”
(b&w photograph)

GRAND PRIZE (TIE)
Single Figure: 1st Place
Lalo
Ontario CA
“Self-Enjoyment”
(graphite on paper)

FANTASY / FETISH


Fantasy/Fetish:
1st Place (Tie)
Ron Anderegg
Los Angeles, CA
“Salute to Jocks” (sculpture)

Fantasy/Fetish:
1st Place (Tie)
Bo'Regard
Biloxi MS
“Initiation No. II”
(ink drawing)

Fantasy/Fetish:
2nd Place
Dean Cameron
West Hills CA
“Jolly Triton”
(mixed media on bristol)

Fantasy/Fetish: 3rd Place
George Meyer Weil
Essen, Germany
“OK Boys What Next?”
(watercolor)

MULTIPLE FIGURE


Multiple Figure:
1st Place
Squire
Phoenix AZ
“Rear-Ended”
(graphite on paper)

Multiple Figure:
2nd Place
W. Gary Smith
Austin TX
“Kiss of Fire”
(oil pastel on paper)

Multiple Figure:
3rd Place
Skeith De Wine
Santa Ana CA
“The Dance”
(sculpture)

SINGLE FIGURE


GRAND PRIZE (TIE)
Single Figure: 1st Place
Lalo
Ontario CA
“Self-Enjoyment”
(graphite on paper)

Single Figure: 2nd Place
William Rockwell
Buffalo NY
“Sling #1”
(mixed media)

Single Figure: 3rd Place
Douglas Holquist
NY
“Torso - Sam”
(bronze sculpture)

PHOTOGRAPHY


GRAND PRIZE (TIE)
Photography: 1st Place
Jay Jorgensen
Los Angleles CA
“Baptism”
(b&w photograph)

Photography: 2nd Place
Vincent Nixon
Ontario CA
“Love Part 1”
(photograph)

Photography: 3rd Place
Luis Moya
Los Angeles CA
Untitled
(photograph)

Click here for information on the contest, rules and entry information

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TOM ON HIS WORK
"Yes, I consider my work pornography. Pornography means to stimulate peoples' sexual feelings, and I'm always very aware of that. My motive is lower than art." — Tom of Finland from the MSC Finland Website.