Artist of the Year
June 2018
"Artist of the year" is a group of artists that competes with each other to gain recognition as a true artist. Each week a winner will be selected and placed on the winners board above. The contestants are members of a group on Facebook called, "Artist of the Year". The Ultimate goal is to become "Artist of the year". 
Artist of the year and Facebook and administration are not responsible or liable for any false information that may be given by anyone posing as the original artist. All contestants will be held 100% liable for their actions and original creations. To be a contestant on "Artist of the year" you take full responsibility of your actions and admit in full that the work that is claimed by you is not a misled or falsified or copied from another that you do not have the rights to. Misleading or falsified information can lead to fees and or imprisonment. By being a participant of "Artist of the Year", you will not hold us, this ,or any other part of this website or it's creators liable for your action. 
"Arizona Watcher" By Kristi Key
"Rust in Peace" By APattonFineArt
"Dream High" by Debbie Gardener
Updates, Latest Works and News

To become a member of  "Artist of the Year" is simple.
First, you need a Facebook account. If you already have one, then just click on this link and join "Artist of the Year." 

"Artist of the Year" is a group of artists of all stages that submit their paintings once a week to win the cover of the group. Look for the "Weekly Cover Contest".  This winner qualifies them a spot on this site called "Artist of the Year".

Why would you want to be "Artist of the Year?"  By winning "Artist of the Year", your winning painting will be the billboard on this page.
The goal is to have you and your art displayed to thousands of people around the world. This is our way of helping you to become more successful as an artist. 

Join us now as an artist and / or supporter. Click here to start - "Artist of the Year"
Don't forget to invite your friends and family to join too. The more support you have, the better your chances are.
Acrylic seascape - by Sharon McCord
"Karm Chameleon" by Debbie Gardener
"At The Races" by Debbie Gardener
Saleit Faleschini
"Thatched Cottage" by Josef Keys
"Autumn at Turnagain" by Andrea Voykin Patton
"Lions Hope" - by Rhisabh Kumar
"Escape" by Kristen Palmer
"Into The Storm" by Andrea Voykin Patton
"Memories" by Joshua Bunch
"Dawns Yawn" by Kiri Goodspeed
"Old Friend" by Jeff Jackson
"Brewer's Blackbird" by Bill Westwood
"Beauty and Power" by Rhishabh Kumar
"Cheer" by Andrea Voykin Patton
"Dublin Bay Rose" by Kiri J. Goodspeed
"End of the Line" by Craig Anderson
"Selma's Garden" by Patricia Wilt
"Trilogy" - by Rick Russell
"Old Stone Cottage" by Edward J. Clark
by Rhishabh Kumar
by Gerry MacDonald
"Early Morning Mist" by Patricia Wilt
"Sophisticated Lady" by Gary Edward Jennings
"Pathaway" by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
"Turbulence" - by Patricia Wilt
brought to you by Ray Naso
"Wolf Pen Creek" - by Gary Edward Jennings
"Frog" by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
Into The Storm - by Andrea Voykin Patton
"Into The Storm"
Award winning painting by artist Andrea Voykin Patton. Winner of Ray Naso's 2018 "Artist of The Year". 
Andrea is our first winner of "Artist of the Year" presented by Ray Naso.  She has a remarkable artistic capability that enabled her to reach the top . We are proud to have her as a member.  Andrea's artwork is available for sale. Be sure to click on her link above to visit her. You can be a proud owner of an "A Patton Fine Art" piece.
"Set Me Free" by Kristen Palmer
"Ziggy" by Paul J Art
"Rhythm of the Sea" by Kristie Moore
"Ringo" by Andrea Voykin Patton
by Warren Voight
by Warren Voight
"Sundowner" by Warren Voight
by Nancy Bandle
"Best Mates" Paul J Art
"Red and White" by Warren Voight
"The Valentine" - by Warren Voight
by Jo Ann Gayle
"Pathaway" by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
"South - East" Gums" by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
"Ol'river Gum" - by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
"Calmness" by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
"Mogareeka" - by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
"Nabib" by Warren Voight
"Early Morning Mist" by Patricia Wilt
"Why Not" - by Warren Voight
"The Spooky Path" by Rhishabh Kumar
"Melodies of Yesterday" - by Kristen Palmer
"Tathra Wharf" - by Michelle Luvee Sullivan
by Saleit Faleschini
by Veronica Parr