Congratulations to the Winner of the “Colorful Art for Kids” Contest!

The Winner of the “Colorful Art for Kids” Contest, hosted by FineArtAmerica, sponsoring group “Art for Kids” is:

Jerome Stumphauzer

Jerome Stumhauzer’s colorful art work “Dancing Bears” won First Place in an art contest “Colorful Art for Kids”

I wanted this to be a fun oil painting, a follow-up to my very popular “27 Bears.” The background for both is Big Bear Lake in Southern California. 

Here we have a lake scene with a group of bears dancing and singing while a baby bear, a raccoon, three bunny rabbits watch. Three mice join in the fun. 

At my gym class, this art is also called “ZUMBA BEARS!” 

Now Available directly from the artist: LIMITED EDITION of 50 stretched canvases (16 x 20 x 1.5 inches), Signed, Numbered, with certificate, for $125. 

This art would many home decors and would make a great gift for children or fun loving adults!

Jerome Stumphauzer

Link to the painting description:

Photography Prints


Jerome Stumphauzer is a self-taught artist and has been painting for over 30 years. His mediums are oil and photography. He started by copying some of the works of master artists and learned from their use of composition, color and light. Artists that have influenced him range from Leonardo da Vinci to Claude Monet and Salvador Dali. There is often a touch of whimsy, fantasy and humor in his work. His love for animals, the sea and sunlight can be seen in his paintings. Much of his art has a “save the environment” theme.

Stumphauzer’s art has been stimulated by his many world travels and especially by trips to five African countries, Europe and the South Pacific. He loves the outdoors and has been scuba diving all over the world. He holds a Ph.D. in Psychology, has written four books and is currently illustrating his own book for children based on one of his paintings. Over the years his art has been featured in many galleries and by several art associations. His paintings are in collections in America and Europe. Stumphauzer is a long-time resident of the eclectic artistic community of Venice, California.

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  1. Neph
    You were always a kid at heart.
    Reply 29.04.2019 at 0:34

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