Chesley Award for Best Color Work – Unpublished

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The Chesley Award for Best Color Work – Unpublished is given by the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists (ASFA) to recognize unpublished achievements in original color science fiction & fantasy artwork eligible in the year previous to the award.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Year Winner Other nominees
2011 Julie Dillon

"Planetary Alignment"; digital[1]

  • Daren Bader, "Isis"; oil
  • David A. Hardy, "Portals to Infinity"; acrylic
  • Omar Rayyan, "The Favorite"; oil
  • Matthew Stewart, "Waterfall Dragons"; oil
  • Raoul Vitale, “Torin’s Quest”; oil
2012 Omar Rayyan

"The Dragon and the Nightingale"[2]

  • Stephen Hickman for "The Hero of the Apotheosis"
  • David Palumbo for "Through a Blood Red Veil"
  • Eric Velhagen for "Fantasy Feast"
  • Raoul Vitale for "Turin and Glaurang"
2013 Julie Bell
"A Passion for the Future," oil [3]
  • Donato Giancola: "Joan of Arc," oil
  • Lucas Graciano: "Guardianship," oil
  • Michael C. Hayes: "Procession," oil
  • Mark Poole: "Waiting on a Memory," oil
  • Soutchay Sougpradith: "Peacock Prophecy," oil
  • Raoul Vitale: "Safe," oil
  • Asim Hanif: "Awaken," oil


  1. ^ "2011 Chesley Awards Winners". Locus. August 11, 2011. Retrieved August 28, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Announcing the 2012 Chesley Award Winners". August 31, 2012. Retrieved January 11, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Announcing the 2013 Chesley Award Winners". August 30, 2013. Retrieved January 11, 2014. 

External links[edit]

  1. The Chesley Award section of the ASFA website