Jim Burns - Awards

Awards:

  • 1979. Year's Work British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1984. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1984. Year's Work British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1985. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1985. Year's Work British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1986. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1986. Cover (Interzone 16) Lightship British Science Fiction, Art work (Nomination)
  • 1987. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Win)
  • 1987. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1987. Cover (1987 Worldcon Program book) British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1988. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1989. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1989. Cover (Other Edens III by Christopher Evans and Robert Holdstock) British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1990. SF Chronicle, Pro Artist (Nomination)
  • 1990. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 1990. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1991. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1992. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1992. Cover (Analog Mid-Dec 1992) [Poles Apart by G. David Nordley] Analog Analytical Laboratory, Best Cover (Nomination)
  • 1992. Cover (Hearts, Hands and Voices by Ian McDonald) British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1992. Cover (Interzone 66) [Kaeti on Tour by Keith Roberts] Kaeti on Tour British Science Fiction, Art work (Nomination)
  • 1993. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination below cutoff)
  • 1993. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1993. Cover (Analog Dec 1993) [Young Again by Jeffery D. Kooistra] Analog Analytical Laboratory, Best Cover (Nomination)
  • 1993. Cover (Analog May 1993) Analog Analytical Laboratory, Best Cover (Nomination)
  • 1993. Cover (Red Dust by Paul J. McAuley) British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1993. Cover (Aristoi by Walter Jon Williams) Hugo, Best Original Art Work (Nomination)
  • 1994. Asimov's Readers' Poll, Asimov's Reader's Poll -- Cover Artist (Nomination)
  • 1994. Chesley, Award for Artistic Achievement (Nomination)
  • 1994. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination below cutoff)
  • 1994. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1994. Cover (Interzone 79) [Artificial Things by Karen Joy Fowler] Artificial Things British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1994. Cover (Agyar by Stephen Brust) Hugo, Best Original Art Work (Nomination below cutoff)
  • 1995. Asimov's Readers' Poll, Asimov's Reader's Poll -- Cover Artist (Nomination)
  • 1995. British Fantasy, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1995. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Win)
  • 1995. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1995. Cover (Analog Jul 1995) [Final Review by G. David Nordley] Analog Analytical Laboratory, Best Cover (Nomination)
  • 1995. Cover (Seasons of Plenty by Colin Greenland) British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1995. Cover (Analog Jul 1995) [Final Review by G. David Nordley] Chesley, Best Cover Illustration - Magazine (Nomination)
  • 1996. Asimov's Readers' Poll, Asimov's Reader's Poll -- Cover Artist (Nomination)
  • 1996. SF Chronicle, Pro Artist (Nomination)
  • 1996. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 1996. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1996. Cover (Analog Oct 1996) [Starplex by Robert J. Sawyer] Analog Analytical Laboratory, Best Cover (Nomination)
  • 1996. Cover (Ancient Shores by Jack McDevitt) British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1996. Cover (Analog Oct 1996) [Starplex by Robert J. Sawyer] Chesley, Best Cover Illustration - Magazine (Nomination)
  • 1997. British Fantasy, Best Artist (Win)
  • 1997. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination below cutoff)
  • 1997. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1998. British Fantasy, Best Artist (Win)
  • 1998. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 1998. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1998. World Fantasy, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1998. Cover (Interzone 138) [Lord Prestimion by Robert Silverberg] British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1998. Cover (Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson) Darwinia Chesley, Best Cover Illustration - Hardback Book (Nomination)
  • 1998. Cover (Analog Apr 1998) Chesley, Best Cover Illustration - Magazine (Nomination)
  • 1999. Asimov's Readers' Poll, Asimov's Reader's Poll -- Cover Artist (Nomination)
  • 1999. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 1999. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1999. World Fantasy, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 1999. Cover (Darwinia by Robert Charles Wilson) Darwinia British Science Fiction, Art work (Win)
  • 1999. Cover (The Dream Archipelago by Christopher Priest) British Science Fiction, Art work (Nomination)
  • 2000. Transluminal: The Paintings of Jim Burns Hugo, Best Related Book (Nomination below cutoff)
  • 2000. Transluminal: The Paintings of Jim Burns Locus Poll, Best Art Book (Nomination)
  • 2000. Asimov's Readers' Poll, Asimov's Reader's Poll -- Cover Artist (Win)
  • 2000. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 2000. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 2001. British Fantasy, Best Artist (Win)
  • 2001. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 2001. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 2001. World Fantasy, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 2002. British Fantasy, Best Artist (Win)
  • 2002. Chesley, Award for Artistic Achievement (Nomination)
  • 2002. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 2002. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 2003. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 2003. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 2004. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Nomination)
  • 2004. Locus Poll, Best Artist (Nomination)
  • 2005. Hugo, Best Professional Artist (Win)

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