Florean Art Museum Call for Artists: International Experimental Film Festival 2014

Since January 2014, when Artist Marketing Resources began offering the new International Photographers Resources, we’ve begun to receive more requests to post film-based calls, such as this one, from the Florean Art Museum about their International Experimental Film Festival 2014.

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FIFE 2014 – International Experimental Film Festival

OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS!!!

Deadline: 21st of March 2014

Prizes:

  $ 1000

  Solo Exhibition -portfolio based

FIFE 2014 includes prize awards and a selection of works to be exhibited in open air.

For FIFE 2014 each participant is invited to submit two experimental films. One of the topic is: “The specificity of the experimental film as a medium” and/or the other one is: “Urban space”.

Florean Art Museum has a tradition in organizing international open calls dedicated to contemporary experimental films.

Here you can find the downloading version of Rules & Regulations:

http://floreanartmuseum.com/Regulament_Rules%20FIFE%202014.pdf

Additionally, you can check our previous work at the following: http://www.cmc.ro/florean_museum/

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any enquiries!

Regards,

Florean Art Museum Team

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Flootie.com: Where Marketing Art Is an Art

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Flootie.com: Where Marketing Art Is an Art

By Dean Cameron

Artists don’t have to starve. Galleries can thrive. Art collectors can make money, not lose it. And Flootie.com is here to make it happen.

With far fewer galleries than artists in the world – and most of those in metropolitan areas – placing those finished masterpieces before the public eye can take as much effort as creating them. That’s why more artists, galleries, and collectors, are showing and selling art online– and Flootie.com leads the way.

On the cutting edge of the digital art revolution, Flootie.com uses innovative technology and inspired ideas to bring art to a growing online population of art lovers and buyers. We don’t sell art; we simply give artists, galleries, and art collectors the tools to do so. More than 11,000 page views in the last month alone says we’re doing it right.

At Flootie, we embrace the traditional artist-gallery-collector relationship that has worked well for so many years. At the same time, we reject the notion that online sales necessarily undercut gallery sales. Artists don’t have to bite the hands that feed them in order to succeed.

Artists, galleries, and art collectors need each other; each is as essential as the three legs of a stool. Flootie.com brings them together on one site, allowing visitors to browse by artist, gallery, or private collector. What’s more, when a subscriber clicks the “fan” button on an artist’s profile, we’ll notify her via email every time new works by her favorite artists appear on the site, no matter whether the artist, a gallery, or a private collector uploads them.

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Finding new fans has never been easier, thanks to Flootie’s “concentric marketing” system. Like ripples in a pool, our social media network triggers thousands of shares every time we post, starting with our 10,000-plus contacts comprising arts professionals and enthusiasts. Instead of “fishing with a blindfold,” hoping someone with an interest will take our bait, we target potential buyers in an on-purpose marketing system.

Does it work? Our expanding database and ever-increasing number of visitors tells us that it does. We hear success stories all the time, too, such as the artist who had never even shown her paintings but now, two weeks after joining the Flootie.com artists’ community, she’s getting fans and emails from viewers praising her work. She’s well on her way to her first sale.

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We love success stories almost as much as we love art. We’ll go the extra mile every time to help artists succeed, even offering support on the phone day and night. And we’ve got a lot of new features up our sleeve: a screensaver tool allowing fans to download and keep online photos of artworks; an art events calendar, searchable by city; an art marketing blog featuring guest posts by artist members, and more – all for $14.95 a month.

We keep our price low because we know the “starving artist” syndrome is no myth — not for now, anyway. Flootie.com aims to change that by helping artists to help themselves. We’re giving artists the tools they need to succeed, now and in the future. Why not join us today?

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More Art Sold Online than in Brick and Mortar Galleries

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The Saatchi Gallery was based at County Hall 2003–2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

According to this BBC article, more art is sold online than in galleries. This is the first I’ve read of this. Over the past few years there has been an ongoing debate, and even a snobbery perhaps against online galleries. It seems the tides have turned!

Read this article, including a quote regarding Saatchi online gallery sales vs physical gallery sales—http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23054641

PLEASE NOTE: Keep trying the links–you may receive an error message, but you will get through to the article if you keep trying.

New Book: ART-WRITE, The Writing Guide for Visual Artists

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ART-Write, The Writing Guide for Visual Artists, written by Vicki Krohn Amorose, helps guide artists through the process as they write their artist statements, exhibition announcements, press releases, cover letters, blog posts, biographies, social media posts, and much more. Author Vicki Krohn Amorose has a writing background that includes professional positions as Educational Media Writer, Advertising Copywriter, Art Instructor, and Art Gallery Manager.

I read a print copy of her book, which is also available for Amazon Kindle readers and other readers, and found it an excellent resource guide for artists, and much needed! I glided through the chapters, thanks to the no-nonsense writing style of the author. I will return to the book again and again for the writing exercises and prompts.

Author Vicki Krohn Amorose (VKA) agreed to answer questions about her book for the artists who read the Artist Marketing Resources (AMR) blog—

AMR: Vicki, let me share an excerpt from an artist statement sent to me recently —“My work explores the fragility of the human form to delineate cartography of imagined histories and understand the body as a cynosure.”  The word cynosure is used frequently in contemporary art writing. Should artists use a word because others use it? Besides those *at the moment* words, I sometimes read exhibition announcements written in a style copied and re-copied from decades past. How can artists avoid extremes–the miming of the latest or staying stuck in the past? What is “Art Speak” and how does ART-Write, The Writing Guide for Visual Artists help artists to write about their work honestly and in “plain language.”

VKA: I am wholeheartedly opposed to artists using “Art Speak” in their written communications, and the word “cynosure” falls into that category. Art Speak is the vernacular of elite Art-Worldlings, often invented and repeated to impress each other. When writing about your own art, the question shouldn’t be, “Do I sound erudite?” Rather, it should be, “Does my writing help the viewer to see, and does it encourage them to look again?” Art Speak tends to have the opposite effect on the reader/viewer; people furrow their brows and walk away.

I think artists continue to echo phrases because it’s difficult to find comprehensive, current instruction on this subject. I wrote my book to help fill that deficit, and my “no-nonsense” writing style was very deliberate. We can write about the complex subject of individual art in clear, straightforward language.

AMR: The writing exercises in ART-Write, The Writing Guide for Visual Artists helped me think of new ways to write about my work. Please explain the purpose of the writing exercise for artists who say “I don’t explain my work” or “I can’t explain my work.”

VKA: It’s so common to hear artists resist in this way, and I believe this comes from confusion about what is required of them. An artist statement is not a full translation of a visual concept into a written document! Of course you can’t do that, it’s a ridiculous idea. The exercises are designed to bring about the thinking required to connect with an audience. Thinking about your own work can spin off in a thousand directions, so the prompts are a way to reign-in the confusion and develop truthful sentences.

AMR: When and how should artists “name drop” in their writings?

VKA:  Referencing another artist is tricky, because you always want to direct the viewer’s attention to the work in front of them –your work. If you want to mention an artistic influence, make sure you describe how you were specifically inspired. Don’t just “name drop” to fluff your credibility.

AMR: Do you prescribe a structure for writing an artist statement?

VKA: Yes, structure in writing helps to hold the reader’s attention, and I give examples of 3 different structures. These are not complicated. One structure is storytelling. Both art and storytelling are deeply rooted in the human psyche. People find connection through stories.

AMR:  And how do artists know when to put personal details into their statement or instead put those personal details into their bio?

VKA: Again, we come back to what is directly in front of the audience. The artist statement says: “People, meet my art.”  The artist Bio says: “People, meet the artist.” Unless the work in front of the audience is biographical or humorous, keep those details out of your statement and put them in your Bio.

AMR: Can artists buy a book directly from you?

VKA: Yes, and I welcome comments at http://www.artwritebook.com. Thank you for your interest in my book, Marie. I sincerely want the information to reach the visual artists who need it.

Seep, painting by Vicki K. Amorose

Seep, painting by Vicki K. Amorose

The Open Project, UK, Wants Your Art

The Open Project – REGISTER NOW

Are you a West Midlands UK-based artist or maker? If so, The OPEN PROJECT WANTS YOUR ART.

The Open Project is Mac Birmingham‘s innovative re-working of the ‘open’ exhibition format. The Open Project guarantees the regions artists a place to show and sell artwork between 22 August – 8 September in Mac Birmingham’s prominent first floor gallery.

All eligible artwork will also be considered for additional exhibitions by Young Curators as part of Mac Birmingham‘s Next Generation programme. For further information about the project see below.

Register online and read the full details for this event here.

International Call for Artist Submissions: Works on Paper NYC II

Submitting to summer shows may be a good way to get into an art gallery. Enter and compete to be part of Works on Paper II, a prestigious group exhibit in New York City.

View images of the art included in the first part of the exhibit, Works on Paper 1, on the gallery website.

Open to all artists, American and International, who have created work on a paper medium. This exhibition celebrates the range of paper. Each work will be considered based on the merit of each single piece.

Submission Format:
Photographic images of artwork in JPEG format only on CD: 300 dpi, no larger than 3000 X 3000 pixels. Name each image file with your name and the corresponding image number from the entry form image list. Include the entry form image list, a CD of your entry and a check payable to Jeffrey Leder Gallery for your entry fee. CD will be kept on file for future opportunities at Jeffrey Leder Gallery. JPEG image files only; please do not send Adobe Photoshop files.

SUBMISSION – NO LATER THAN: June 15, 2013  Postmark deadline

Entry Fee:
$40 for up to 5 images, $10 for each additional image entered

Read the full submission guidelines here.

Juror:
Jeffrey Leder, Gallery Director, Jeffrey Leder Gallery
Orestes Gonzalez, Photographer, Architect

Associated Fees and Information:
There is a 50% gallery commission for work sold. Jeffrey Leder Gallery cannot be responsible for damage or loss during transit, but does insure the work once recieved by JLG. By submitting work to the call for entries you agree to all terms and conditions set forth in the entry form.

Mailing Address:
Send submission fee, admission form and cd for consideration:
Jeffrey Leder Gallery
2137 45th Road, LIC
New York City, NY 11101

Submissions Open for Color War summer group exhibition at Recession Art Gallery NY

Open Call For Recession Art’s Color War

‘Color War’ curated by the Recession Art staff, is now open for submissions.

Deadline Sunday June 9, 11:59pm

To lighten and brighten up the festive season of summer, Recession Art will mount the exhibition ‘Color War,’ a show to celebrate the joy and possibility of color in art. They’re putting a challenge to artists to show them the most rich, vivid, and vibrant artwork possible, looking for works that bring the summer sun into the gallery and forcing viewers to keep sunglasses on indoors.

This exhibition will be limited to flat work, with a maximum dimension of 24 x 24 inches and preferably smaller. All submitted works must be ready to hang on the wall, with a focus on works on paper, canvas, or wood. All works must be available for sale and be less than $500. Submit here.

Recession Art Gallery
47 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201

Seek Art

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English: seek truth from facts (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Seek Art, a Beta site for what I refer to as high-end art, produced the RAZE site-specific exhibition in Beijing featuring a range of media, including sculpture, installations, sound, and street actions with QR-Codes appearing as part of the exhibition pointing to a media based project online.

For RAZE, the artist Zhang Ding served placebo ecstasy-shaped cakes to the viewing audience during his performance, inviting them to consume and altering their states of mind or experience through participation. The artist then took portraits of viewers.

Seek Art then produced a limited edition DVD of the RAZE exhibition, available in their /Lab.

The Seek Art shop offers limited-edition art objects created by  artists and produced by their /lab.

The SEEK-ART.com network of international artists range in medium and practice.  Michele Thursz, Founder and Artistic Director, is an independent cultural producer and consultant based in New York City. From 1999-2009, Thursz co-founded and directed Moving Image Gallery [MIG], NYC, one of the first galleries to show contemporary artists using electronic and computer-based mediums. You will find her contact information on the Seek Art site.

bright stupid confetti – Online Gallery of Contemporary Art

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Michael Jacobson, founder of The New Post-Literate: Gallery of Asemic Writing, a wonderful site that features artists’ work, contacted me on Facebook a couple of days ago. He wrote on my page, in part–

“Hi Marie, Here is a show I put together…. I’d like to show some more of your work at The New Post-Literate. Best, MJ”

Michael featured several of my paintings a few years ago on his The New post-Literate site, and I must admit I had not kept up with his site of late. So I was glad that he re-connected with me and doubly excited to learn that he had curated a show in the online gallery called bright stupid confetti.

Art in America, in a review of top online contemporary art sites, included bright stupid confetti–

Art In America calls Bright Stupid Confetti “…one of the more innovative and quixotic curated art websites in the blogosphere…”

Christopher Higgs the curator of bright stupid confetti, brings in guest curators each month.

Here is the link to view the Asemic art online exhibit curated by Michael Jacobson and featured on bright stupid confetti.

VIP Contemporary ONLINE Art Fair February 1-17

Before the 1st VIP Online Art Fair ever opened, I alerted my blog readers in articles to attend. The opening hour of day of the very first VIP Online Art Fair had so many trying to access the art fair site that there were issues. I wrote a review of the 2nd VIP Art Fair, sharing screenshots of some of my favorite artworks. Now, it’s opening day of the 3rd VIP Contemporary Art Fair.

Amazingly, some artists have asked me, somewhat puzzled, why they would want to attend this art fair. To look at art of course! Don’t you love art? You don’t have to fly to Miami or New York City or Italy or London to research the art scene and art galleries, and to make connections with curators–you can do it at the online fair. No, it doesn’t replace seeing real art in a gallery or museum, but there are lots of benefits to attending the fair. Give it a try.

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Pivot Art Gallery Call for Art

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Call For Art
 
– pivot art gallery is seeking artists who would like to present a portfolio of work on the online gallery. Generally, a portfolio is up for a month beginning on the 15th of each month, after which a condensed version stays in the pivot art gallery archives. Additionally, an artist interview can be published to the pivot art news blog.
 
– pivot art gallery is devoted to showcasing emerging aesthetics – that is, a sense of art viewed through various media, avenues of expression, and the intersection of these that reveals a unique contemporary arts perspective.
 
– edgy, conceptual, and otherwise challenging work in all mediums encouraged !
 
– to find out more about the gallery (and to determine if your work is a good fit), visit the site and blog, including current and past featured artists.
 
– if interested, please email the following information to: info {at} pivotartgallery.com
link to site/portfolio | bio | artist statement | any other relevant info | your questions
– also interested in hearing from artists/writers who write about art and would like to publish on pivot art gallery
 
– there are no fees
 

Magenta Publishing for the Arts –Submissions etc

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Magenta Foundation publishing for the arts has several opportunities for artists, including a call for submissions for photographic art.

Artist Marketing Resources provides numerous other artist resources here.

 

Join a Design Collective: illustration, graphic arts, painting and creative writing

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Image via FreeDigitalPhotos.net

This company or collective is interested in connecting with illustrators, graphic artists, painters, and creative writers!

  • Gryphon Design Collective
  • JOIN THE COLLECTIVE
  • Gryphon Design Collective promotes worldwide talent in the fields of illustration, graphic arts, painting and creative writing. They recruit designers from around the globe to create original personalized children’s books, learning games, fine art cards, and notebooks. If you are interested in contributing to their growing collection with your unique artistic designs, illustrations and creative writing, please complete this online form.
  • They  will contact you if we have an opening that aligns with your talents

This is just one of many thousands researched and gathered together in our Artist Resources share lists. Our PDF lists are continually updated and expanded. Each resource includes one or more clickable links like in the  listing above. Here are our available PDF artist resources lists:

International Art Gallery list PDF 

Art Licensing companies, artist agents and artist representative list PDF

Directory of Art Consultants PDF

 900+ Places to Sell your Art PDF list

Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook 

Call for Art: Pivot Art Gallery Presents Your Portfolio Online

 

Call For Art– pivot art gallery is seeking artists who would like to present a portfolio of work on the online gallery. Generally, a portfolio is up for a month beginning on the 15th of each month, after which a condensed version stays in the pivot art gallery archives.

— pivot art gallery is devoted to showcasing emerging aesthetics – that is, a sense of art viewed through various media, avenues of expression, and the intersection of these that reveals a unique contemporary arts perspective.

— edgy, conceptual, and otherwise challenging work encouraged !

— if interested, please email the following information:
link to site/portfolio | bio | artist statement | any other relevant info | your questions

— to find out more about the gallery, visit the site and blog, including current and past featured artists.

— also interested in hearing from artists/writers who write about art and would like to publish on pivot art gallery

— there are no fees

Link: http://www.pivotartgallery.com/

Deadline: Thu Dec 20th, 2012

LACDA 2012 INTERNATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION

 

LACDA 2012 INTERNATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION

Jurors:
Peter Frank , Riverside Art Museum
Rex Bruce, L.A. Center for Digital Ar

Deadline for entries: September 24, 2012
Winners Announced: October 1, 2012
Exhibit Dates:
October 11-November 3, 2012
Artist’s Reception: October 11, 7-9pm
The artist’s reception will be in conjunction with the Downtown Art Walk attended by up to 20,000 gallery goers.


102 West Fifth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Phone: (323) 646-9427
Email: rexbruce@lacda.com
Website: www.lacda.com
Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 12-5pm

Enter our juried competition for digital art and photography. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. The competition is international, open to all geographical locations.Registration fee is $30US (three images).
Multiple entries permitted, additional $30 entry fee for each three images.The selected winner receives 10 prints up to 44×60 inches on canvas or museum quality paper (approximately a $2,500-$3,000 value) to be shown in a solo exhibition in our main gallery from September 8-30, 2011. The show will be widely promoted and will include a reception for the artist.Second place prizes: Ten second place winners will receive one print of their work up to 24×36 inches ($150-$200 in value) to be included in upcoming group exhibits. The ten second place winners will be scheduled into a group shows within twelve months of announcement of winners. Consideration is given to placing these works in shows appropriate to their style, genre and/or content. These shows will be widely promoted and will include a reception for the artists.Special consideration will be given to all entrants for inclusion in future shows at LACDA. Many entrants from past competitions have already been included in our exhibits.Two easy steps to enter…
Register here:
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Upload here:

http://lacda.com/upload.htmlOnline registration only.
Complete information and prospectus: lacda.com/juried/juriedshow.html
For questions email us at lacda@lacda.com.
No phone calls please.
Exhibit Dates: October 11-November 3, 2012
Location at 102 West FifthDowntown Artwalk at LACDA
About the jurors:PETER FRANK is Adjunct Senior Curator at the Riverside Art Museum, He has served as Editor of THEmagazine Los Angeles and Visions Art Quarterly and as critic for Angeleno magazine and the L.A. Weekly. Frank was born in 1950 in New York, where he wrote art criticism for The Village Voice and The SoHo Weekly News, and moved to Los Angeles in 1988. He contributes articles to numerous publications and has written many catalogues for one-person and group exhibitions. Frank has also organized numerous theme and survey shows, including “Driven to Abstraction: Southern California and the Non-Objective World, 1950-1980,” for the Riverside Art Museum; “Artists’ Books U.S.A.”, “Mapped Art: Charts, Routes, Regions” and “Line and Image: The Northern Sensibility in Recent European Drawing”, all for Independent Curators Inc.; “Fluxus Film and Video” for the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid; “Young Fluxus” for Artists’ Space in New York; “To the Astonishing Horizon” for Los Angeles Visual Arts; “Southern Abstraction” for the Raleigh (NC) City Gallery of Contemporary Art; “The Theater of the Object, 1958-1972” for New York’s Alternative Museum; “Visual Poetry” for the Otis/Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles; “Multiple World” for the Atlanta College of Art; and, most notably, “19 Artists – Emergent Americans,” the 1981 Exxon National Exhibition mounted at the Guggenheim Museum.REX BRUCE is the founder and director of Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. He founded the digital program at Artists Television Access (San Francisco) for which he curated exhibits and created curriculum. He received his masters from SFSU in Interdisciplinary Art where he also taught and developed curriculum for many years. His work has been shown internationally for over twenty years. Most recently he has emerged as a significant artist and organizer in the burgeoning Renaissance in downtown Los Angeles as well as becoming a leader in the exploding international scene revolving around art and technology. Video and photography from his current series have been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Laznia Center for Contemporary Art (Poland), Guggenheim Gallery (Chapman University), California Museum of Photography (U.C. Riverside), New Media Center Santa Ana, Found Gallery, Start SOMA San Francisco, Center for Political Graphics (L.A.), Niche.LA Video Art, Silver Lake Film Festival, Downtown Film Festival–Los Angeles, photoLA, photoSF, and LACDA.Gallery Information:
Los Angeles Center For Digital Art is dedicated to the propagation of all forms of digital art, supporting local, international, emerging and established artists. We have an ongoing schedule of exhibits and competitions, and produce editions of wide format archival prints.

 

Artists To Watch Submissions

ART SUBMISSION

Would you like to submit your artwork to Artist to Watch?

Ceci Butler and all the wonderful folks at Artists to Watch look forward to reviewing your work for possible inclusion in their award-winning stationery line which includes greeting cards created by awesome artists. They are always on the lookout for wonderful, fresh artistic talent in every media. If you would like to submit your work please follow these guidelines:

DIGITALLY:

You may e-mail images for consideration or you may send your website address for review. Please no Facebook or Flickr accounts. (They say: Keep us in a good mood, please make it quick and easy for us! )
If you send images, please do not send more than 10 and make them as small as possible (jpegs, pdfs or tifs, please!)

Email to: submissions@artiststowatch.com

U.S. MAIL:

Include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you want the submission returned.
DO NOT SEND ORIGINAL ART.
Send 10-12 reproductions of your work to:

Artists to Watch
Studio B
1766 East Highway 36
Maplewood, MN 55109

Artists to Watch reviews all submissions quarterly. Please be patient.

If they feel that your style compliments the philosophy and creative direction of Artists to Watch, they will contact you for further conversation about working together and creating greeting cards for all occasions.

(The also say: Remember to always pursue your passion with your artwork, no matter what anyone says!  That is especially true of publishers’ and manufacturers’ opinions…if they were artists, they’d be making artwork instead of cards or widgets.)

Review examples of their cards here, and their artists here.

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The Artist Marketing Resources PDF of  Art Licensing companies, artist agents and reps consists of over 160 pages of art licensing opportunities such as the one above:

http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969565

Artist-Run Field Projects in Chelsea Has an Open Call for Submissions

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Field Projects is an artist run project space and online venue dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists. Centered on short-term curatorial projects, Field Projects presents monthly exhibitions at their Chelsea location in addition to pop-up exhibitions throughout New York City. Artists and curators are invited to submit their work for consideration in future exhibitions through our open call submissions guidelines.

Field Projects also has a new Flat File feature for artists.

 

Dov Lederberg Paintings In Virtual 3D Gallery Exhibition

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Conceiving the Universe, Dov Lederberg

One of 4 paintings by artist Dov Lederberg, in the Artist Marketing Resources virtual 3D gallery group exhibition  http://dld.bz/bMsKU

contact artist rep: Marie Kazalia

email: MarieKazalia@gmail.com

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BUY SOME DAMN ART


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BUY SOME DAMN ART was founded by Kate Singleton of Art Hound in 2011. The up-and-coming artists of  BUY SOME DAMN ART  often create brand new work just for the site– making each of their online shows an unveiling of the artist’s latest and most exciting work.

Buy Some Damn Art accepts submissions. They are particularly drawn to work that is influenced by folk art, and modern and vintage illustration, as well as to work by self-taught artists and those who work in that style.

Spend some time on their site and if you feel that your work is a good fit for Buy Some Damn Art, then by all means get in touch. They love hearing from artists.

If your work is very different stylistically or thematically than what you see on Buy Some Damn Art then please think twice before submitting your work. They receive a lot of submissions (for very few open spaces) and take the time to look through each one.

The best way to submit your work is to send an email to hello@buysomedamnart.com with a link to your portfolio and a quick intro. If you don’t have a website you can attach 3-5 images of your work.

For more place to sell and submit your art, Artist Marketing Resources provides extensive resources for artists in the  900+ Places to Sell your Art PDF list  — http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969611