Mixed Media 2017 International Call for Artists: No Entry Fee

 

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Peripheral ARTeries is now accepting submissions for Mixed Media 2017. They are inviting submissions from visual artists worldwide who are working in a variety of media and disciplines.
Full details here.

Peripheral ARTeries is particularly interested in highlighting work in all media that is experimental and risk-taking– pushing boundaries in form, content–using unconventional materials.

  • There are no entry fees: submitting projects to Mixed Media 2017 is absolutely free of charge.
  • The deadline for proposals is December 29th, 2016
  • Shortlisted applicants will receive a communication directly from our board by the end January 2017

Artists will find the full Call details here.

Find more opportunities for artists here.

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Gallery Call to Artists for Exhibition and Sale of Artworks Priced $199.

Arc Galley in San Francisco, California, describes itself as  “dedicated to showcasing and promoting emerging and established artists from around the country whose work embodies both skill and risk-taking.”  Arc Gallery puts on both juried and curated group exhibitions. They are interested in discovering artists. 

Arc Gallery has a current Call to Artists for works priced at $199.00, with $120.00 from the sale going to the artist.

“SNAP!” Bay Area Juried Exhibition & Off-The-Wall Sale

 

All works must be priced at $199. Submit one piece of work you are certain someone would like to own right now, priced at $199.– artist receives $120 from the sale of the artwork.

This January show is also a try out for Bay Area artists. Works that sell get their curator’s attention. Arc Gallery has put several January artists in their curated exhibitions.

DEADLINE:  January 5th, 2017

CATEGORIES ACCEPTED
Sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, mixed media, collage, assemblage, ceramics, fiber art, artist book – Original artwork only. No giclee reproductions. (This exhibition cannot accept jewelry, video, film, performance art, installation and works requiring an external electrical source.)

ELIGIBILITY
Only artists residing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California. The Bay Area includes the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, and Stanislaus.

VENUE
Arc Gallery, 1246 Folsom St, San Francisco 94103

JURORS
Arc Gallery & Studios partners: Matthew Frederick, Priscilla Otani, Stephen C. Wagner & Michael Yochum

EXHIBITION DATES
January 27 & 28, 2017

“SNAP!” OPENING RECEPTION
Friday, January 27th, 7-10PM

“SNAP!” SECOND CHANCE SALE
Saturday, January 28th, 12-3PM

All works priced at $199 retail with $120 of sale going to artist.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
January 5, 2017. Works must be submitted online before midnight Pacific Time to be considered by jurors.


CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT

 For hundreds more, thousands even, list art galleries accepting submissions click here.

ArtSocket Magazine and Gallery Accepting Film Photography Images and Articles

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photo by el lobo

 

Artist Marketing Resources continues to compile and update our extensive e-lists of information for artists– such as, our e-list of art consultants available here and e-list of art magazines (as well as other resource  for artists): photography e-list, and places to sell your art here–all newly updated!

One listing in our Art Magazines resources e-list is a cross-over listing, since it is both an art magazine and a San Francisco based art gallery that accepts artist submissions. Not only that, but they are currently seeking film photography submissions of images–crossing over, yet again, into our Photography resources e-list.

ArtSocket, Art gallery and online magazine has an Open Call and is accepting submissions– Submit your work here.

 

It’s a big job, but we are at work continually researching and updating our resource e-lists for artists and photographers–when you purchase via our Webs store you have access to the iCloud share file version which is continually updated. I you purchase via our GUMROAD shop you will receive updated versions of the PDF and Word files every few months.

Right now, if you make a purchase an e-list or e-book in either of our online stores, you can get a free e-book or e-list of your choice–BUY ONE GET ONE FREE

Just let us know what you want and where to send it–using this Contact Form:

Already Run a Successful Art Pop-Up? Here’s How to Embrace Ecommerce Next

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Pop-up shops are a popular emerging form of flash retailing that enable sellers to set up temporary stores from which to sell their products. Often using short-term sales spaces, their temporary nature makes them a more affordable alternative to opening a permanent shop, avoiding long-term rental agreements and overheads.

The pleasure of pop-ups is their ‘get it while it’s there’ vibe – because they’re not open all the time, there is an increased incentive to buy. They’re the perfect solution for someone who wants to sell their art in a place where people can see and touch it. What’s more, you can get a good idea of what sells and what doesn’t and see your customers face to face.

Pop-ups are the perfect way to support and promote an online store. If you already run a successful art pop-up, then you are a step ahead in terms of knowing your audience and what appeals to them. You can publicise your e-store through your pop-up, and your pop-up through your e-store. Setting up an e-commerce website is much easier than it used to be, and you can automate the order fulfilment process and leave very few admin tasks for yourself. So how to take that crucial next step?

Benefits of an e-commerce solution

If you already run a pop-up shop that is attracting customers, then you’d be missing a great opportunity by not having an online presence. The beauty of an online shop is that it’s open around the clock. So if someone has to rush away, you can give them a card and the chance to browse your products later. It’s also a place for you to share compelling content and stories about your art – without having to repeat yourself over and over again.

With an e-store you don’t have to worry about manning the store in person, as once set up the process will mostly be automated. You can accept transactions online through PayPal and secure bank card payments, which can be set up to incorporate delivery charges as well.

Online marketplaces

A lot of artists use Etsy to sell their products. Etsy is an online marketplace in the same way that eBay and Amazon are, but it’s much more geared towards artists and makers. It only costs $0.20 USD to list an item for sale, which is much less than the fees of some of the mainstream marketplaces. You can set up a shop on Etsy for free and list as many items as you want. In terms of retaining as much of the sale price as possible for yourself (minus charges), the top three online marketplaces for artists and designers are Etsy, Folksy and Not On The High Street.

Setting up your own store

The alternative to using an online marketplace is to create your own bespoke online store. It is not uncommon for some artists to do both concurrently, allowing you to access the Etsy/Folksy audience while also maintaining your own separate online presence. Setting up an online store can be achieved in very little time once you’ve chosen a platform you like, and many e-commerce solutions offer free trials that allow you to try them out. It’s not very hard to set up a professional-looking e-commerce website to showcase and sell your art, and for this reason alone it’s worth doing. Setting up your own online store is also a great way to start building your online brand.

Print-on-demand

Some artists prefer to take the print-on-demand route, which is another way to sell your art and designs online. Its appeal is that all you have to do is upload your artwork, and the site will take care of everything else. The downside is that for providing this service, the site will usually take the lion’s share of the retail price.

Society6 is one of the most popular print-on-demand options, as it has the most visitors and a worldwide audience. It also allows the artist to set their own profit margins – but the higher you go, the more expensive the product will be for the customers buying it. If you set your margins too high, you risk putting customers off. With print-on-demand you won’t make as much profit as through Etsy or an e-store of your own, but it can be a good place to start if you’re getting used to the idea or want to see which of your products sell best online.

Order fulfilment

If you’re going to sell your artwork online, you don’t want the order fulfilment side of things to take up so much time that you no longer have any left to create. This is why it’s a good idea to automate the process using a dropshipping merchant who will take care of your production, packaging and shipping. Search an online dropshipping supplier directory and look for one that is low-cost (so it doesn’t eat into your profits), reliable, and happy to apply your personal branding. If you’re selling through Etsy, you can set up dropshipping through their dedicated The Art of Where service.

Promoting yourself

An existing pop-up store is the perfect place to advertise that you also sell your products online. But it also goes without saying that you should also take your marketing efforts to social media. The best social media platforms for artists are Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The key to successful e-commerce social media is interaction. To successfully promote yourself on social media, you must do as the name suggests and be social. It is not enough to shout about what you do. To build up trust and connect with your audience, show that you are a real person by sharing works in progress, pictures of you working in your studio, and interesting art-related articles that you’ve read. Interact with your followers and with other artists and people will find you much more engaging.

Hopefully you found this article helpful. As the owner of a pop-up store you may already be quite savvy in the world of selling, which makes e-commerce the perfect next step for you. For more suggestions, check out this list of 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art Online.

Perhaps you’ve already set up an e-commerce store for selling your art? What has the experience taught you? Let us know in the comments.

 

Kayleigh Alexandra

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#Artists List Your Art in the New Inbox Art Gallery

The hosts of EatSleepDraw have launched the new Inbox Art Gallery with tagline —The New Way to Sell Your Art.

Artists, to list your art for sale–click here.

Inbox Art Gallery

Inbox Art Gallery is for people want to buy art directly from artists.

Sign up to receive an email Every Tuesday delivered to you with a list of the latest art for sale.

If you see something you wish to purchase just email the artist directly.

Art buying shouldn’t be snooty or stressful– it should be as easy as skimming your email.

Have some art you’re looking to sell?

Click here to list your Art for Sale ➜

 

#Artists – How to Submit Your Art to Art Magazines and #Art Blogs

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Artists–When you see a really great artist feature online do you wonder how to get your art featured?

I’ve had many years experience submitting my own writing and art to magazines (and getting published), as well as working on behalf of artists to get their art submitted and published. Sometimes, I assume that all artists know how to make a submission. Well, maybe not completely–after all I did write an ebook guide for artists on how to make submissions— available here.

What I found out recently, especially for very young artists with lesser experience, is that many artists just don’t know how to get their art into magazines–online or in print!

I’m Not Passing Judgement But I Want to Help

To help artists find publications that will feature their work, I’ve spent years compiling a sharable e-list of art magazines. Each art magazine in this e-list has a link to the publication’s website. What I’ve recently discovered, especially for those very young artists again and also artists who love the seclusion of private time in their studios, is that many artists just don’t know how to use my e-list! (They have less difficulty with my e-list of art galleries, art consultants, and other resources for artists).

Some artists don’t seem to understanding that when they find an art magazine that they’d like to see their work in, that they need to read that magazine’s submission guidelines. What I’m finding out is that some artists don’t know where or how to look for the submission guidelines and how to make submissions to magazines. (There are art magazines that make it super simple with a big SUBMIT button on their site, but many do not.)

So what should artists do?

If you are new to submitting your work to art magazines and blogs, my advice is to start out with the easy ones that features artists selected from submissions of a few low resolution images. Submit to a few of those and once you begin to learn the process of making submissions your understanding will expand and grow.

To make it easier for artists to use my art magazine e-list I’ve made it super simple by adding submission details to each magazine listing. So, if a magazine has a specific submission procedure–such as– submit 3 image of your art to email@submit(dot) co– I’ve included that all spelled-out for that magazine in the alphabetical listings of my e-list. If the submission guidelines aren’t too long I’ve include them and/or a direct link to where you can read those guidelines. For more advanced submissions the art publication listing will contain the editor’s contact information and other details or a link to where you can find them. (Some art magazines have a huge long list of editor’s names and email addresses).

If you feel you need some help that’s fine–it never hurts to ask–just let me know! Right now, I’m offering a free email consultation to any artist who purchases my E-list of Art Magazines and Art Blogs. Get it here and here  and then let me know your questions and how I can help. Review the e-list, select a few art magazines that you’d like to see your work in — then we can talk about how to make your submissions to those magazines. Email Marie: MarieKazalia@gmail.com

Buy Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Art Publication Resources E-list on @Gumroad here for a Word file or PDF version of the e-list.

Buy it here for an iCloud Share file of the Art Magazines, Art Publications Resources e-list.

 

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Why get your art into magazines?

Some artists are puzzled and think having a website is enough. Really? I’m not passing judgement, but I am trying to understand why some artists just don’t get it. Then I’m offering to help in any way I can.

A magazine feature gives you credibility with art collectors, art galleries, art consultants, interior designers and other arts professionals. There are art gallerists who will expect to see your print magazine and online art features–that is, they expect you to have some publication credits in your CV (Curriculum Vitae or résumé )! Simply put, if you have publication credits then that shows that others (editors and publishers) are interested in your work, consider you a professional artist who is doing interesting and newsworthy work and want to work with you.

Think about these things, submit your art, get some features and then you will understand. An artist feature also brings visitors to your website, gives you some news to share in your newsletter and on social media.

So again, If you feel you need some help, that’s fine–it never hurts to ask–just let me know! Right now, I’m offering a free email consultation to any artist who purchases my E-list of Art Magazines and Blogs. Buy it here and here then let me know your questions and what you need help with. Review the e-list, select a few art magazines that you’d like to see you work in — then we can talk about how to make your submissions to those magazines. Email Marie: MarieKazalia@gmail.com

Applications for Creator Membership Open for Baby Forest Creative Colony Online

Trees Reflected in Pond, photography by Marie Kazalia

Trees Reflected in Pond, photography by Marie Kazalia

 

 

September is here– and after taking some time off this summer we are back!

Baby Forrest is our newest discovery of an online sales platform for artists working in all disciplines including digital and photographic artists. Baby Forest says that they are — A Creative Colony. By Creators, For Creators & lovers of creativity everywhere. Applications for Creator Membership now open. Welcoming creators worldwide.

 
We definitely love the look of the Baby Forest site and their Broadcasts and Newsfeeds giving artists lots of visibility. Go on over and take a look here.
If you are an artist looking for more sales venues and platforms for your work you will find them here and here.

This Coming Fall Season Are Artists Connecting With Art Consultants or Gallerists Most?

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For the past several years, our extensive e-list of Art Galleries all over world has been our top resource that artists want most all year-long. As this Fall Season comes near, we’ve noticed that it’s our e-list of Art Consultants that artists and arts professionals seem to be getting most often. You can buy either the International Art Gallery e-list or Art Consultants Directory, or both, in our webstore here and Gumroad store here.

We received an unsolicited email from one of the recent buyers of the Art Consultants resource e-list that was sent to us less than 24 hours after she made her purchase.

After Raven Deel purchased the Directory of Art Consultants e-list she wrote to us in an email:

Hi Marie,

It did come through and I have already received 1 client in Texas from sending emails from this file. Thank you. You have done great work in the time and research in building this resource for artists. And you can quote me as saving that.

Best wishes, Raven

You can get ready for the Fall Season marketing and promotions of your art with the International Art Gallery e-list or Art Consultants Directory, or get both, in our webstore here and Gumroad store here.

 

If you’d like us to review of your work and make suggestions, send your goals and the link to your website in an email to:  MarieKazalia@gmail.com

 

 

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

New Feature Articles Coming Soon on Artist Marketing Resources

Photo by Marie Kazalia

Photo by Marie Kazalia

Our July “vacation” away from this blog to work on other things is winding down. Stay tuned for new articles, artist opportunities, and artist features coming soon.

 

 

 

USA Artist Accepted into UK Exhibition After Submitting Via Our Posted Call To Artists

artwork by Alan Singer

artwork by Alan Singer

 

On June 4th, Artist Marketing Resources published a call for artists to submit here. One of our regular readers , artist Alan Singer, let us know that he made his submission to this opportunity after reading our blog post and his submission was accepted!

 

Artist Alan Singer wrote:

Hello Marie,

Once again, one of your news updates worked for me – the opportunity to show a work in London,UK through the listing you published for
Ice-Tuxedo  a group show called Random Orange, at  the Schwartz Gallery.  Thanks once again, enjoy the rest of the summer!

Alan Singer

 

Artist Marketing Resources #artists Discount on 30 Day Artist Jumpstart Challenge

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For Artist Marketing Resources readers–Here’s a new opportunity for artists sent to us from Andy Derrick, Head of Artist Community at artsquare–

Hey Marie,

Hope all is well! I wanted to let you know I’m hosting a 30 Day Artist Jumpstart Challenge with a teammate of mine…participants will get daily lessons and practical directives all geared towards helping them get sales traction. They’ll also get access to a private chat group where we’ll all chat through progress, answer questions, share successes, etc.
It’s $15 to join, but I’d love to offer your readership $5 off. They just have to click through this special link.
Let me know what you think!

Best,

#Artists #Submit Portfolio For Online Gallery Exhibit

Pivot Art Gallery has a new call to artists. It’s easy –just submit the link to your site below.

Pivot is seeking artists who would like to present a portfolio of their work in the online Pivot gallery. Generally, a portfolio is up for a month or 2, and a condensed version stays in the pivot art gallery accessible archives.

What is Pivot looking for?
— emerging aesthetics viewed through various media, avenues of expression, and the intersection of media that reveals a unique contemporary perspective

— edgy, conceptual, and challenging work

— artists/writers who write about art and would like to publish art related essays on pivot art gallery

— there are no fees

— Artists submit link to your site/portfolio | bio | artist statement | other relevant info– submit here by July 1st

 

Taking Time Off for Some Summer Relaxation

picnic under the shade tree, photo by Marie Kazalia

picnic under the shade tree, photo by Marie Kazalia

 

Sometimes it is productive to take time off to relax. We’ve been blogging here, providing resources for artists, continually since our start in 2008!

This is the first summer that we plan to slow down a bit. So we wanted to let you know that you probably won’t be seeing as many posts here during the month of July. But we will keep you informed of any great opportunities that are sent our way.

 

Now is a good time for you to get the artist resources e-lists in our online store here.  Out of consideration for artists in countries with currencies that do not match US dollars well, we’ve offered “Pay What You Wish” options here.

 

All Artist Submissions Accepted to Annual Postcard Exhibit New York

We’ve participated in this annual event previous years. Stamps go on the outside envelope. Be sure that you send your post card art inside an envelope so you postal service doesn’t stamp it with cancellation marks and ruin the small work.

 

       
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

A.I.R. GALLERY’S ANNUAL POSTCARD SHOW

Each year hundreds of artists come together in support of A.I.R. Gallery by donating a small work for the annual postcard show. Past exhibitions have included work by notable artists, including Mary Beth Edelson, Dottie Attie, Mary Grigoriadis, Barbara Zucker and many more.

We invite all artists – male / female / trans –  to participate by donating a postcard-size work (6×4 inches) in any medium. Each original work is sold for $45 and all proceeds go to benefit A.I.R. Gallery programs.
FREE ENTRY & ALL WORKS ACCEPTED!
LOCATED AT
Interstate Projects
66 Knickerbocker Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
THREE DAYS ONLY
Opening Night Party & Sale: Friday August 12th 6-9pm
Final Sale: Saturday August 13th and Sunday August 14th from 12-4pm

#Artists Looking For A Lower Cost Print-On-Demand Option For Your Self-Published Art Books?

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Artists, photographers, writers and creative people working in every genre have been self-publishing print books of their work for a very long time. For several years now, many artists have used the print-on-demand services of such sites as Blurb, Lulu, and others.

Lately, there is another option gaining attention. I recently learned from the fine art photography community that many who option to self-publish a collection of their work in printed book form are now opting to use Docu-copies as a new low-cost option.

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They ship free in the USA.

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CHROMA: Artist CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Summer Exhibition

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The people at The Crypt Gallery, London sent us this Call to Artists and asked us to share it with our readers.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for CHROMA: Summer Exhibition

CHROMA is a curation of visual thought and exists both as space and document. It acts as a platform for elaboration and articulation, exploring the narrative potential of aesthetic and visual arrangement. The published and exhibited results are amalgamations of open submissions.

CHROMA produces experiments in chromatic language

monoCHROMA: Black & White Issue

CHROMA opens the call for the submission of art work in any medium in response to the words black & white.

Exhibition

A group show will be held in July presenting a selection of submissions curated by CHROMA. A collection of works made in isolation from one another with a colour being the only given commonality, the show will explore the conversations the works can and are forced to have through their curation and what elements of association are generated to form a narrative or dialogue. The show will experiment with the possibilities of language as a response to something inherently visual, and the relationship between this collective chromatic discourse and each individual work.

Publication

Submissions will also be considered for the creation of CHROMA’s Black & White Issue publication. This will present the same conceptual exploration as the exhibition but will take a concrete ob-ject-form, culminating individual works into a single art object.

Submission deadline: Monday 20th June at 12pm

Email a maximum of three photographs of each piece submitted, or a detailed (1 side of A4) proposal if the work is not yet made. Please include any titles, dimensions and materials.

If selected, works must be dropped off at the gallery location (The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras) at 10am on Tuesday 26th July. Instructions should be provided and the work will be hung by the team. Arrangements can be made for artists to help hang should they have specific technical requirements. Please note artists submitting video work will need to provide equipment such as projectors and/or tvs/extension cables.

Artists should also be available to collect work from the space Monday 1st August at 11am.

CHROMA will never charge submission fees however to cover the cost of the space artists selected will be required to pay an exhibiting fee from the following sliding scale:

SMALL: An exhibiting space of approximately 50cm x 50cm – £20

MEDIUM: Approximately between 50cm x 50cm – 150cm x 150cm – £35

LARGE: Approximately over 150cm x 150cm – £50

If you wish to submit multiple pieces of work, please clearly state this in your submission. If we se-lect more than one piece of work, we will take the total collective size into account for pricing (i.e. a submission of three small pieces would be costed at the price of a ‘Large’ work – £50, rather than 3 x ‘Small’ – £60). If you are submitting multiple works but only wish to exhibit one piece, please state this clearly and we will select a singular piece, charging you the price according to its individual size.

Exhibition Information:

Private View: Thursday 28th July 6-9pm

Friday 29th – Sunday 31st July 12-7pm

The Crypt Gallery, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BA

Random Orange International Artist Open Call for Submissions

Image by: Ice Tuxedo ‘random orange’ Open Call

Image by: Ice Tuxedo ‘random orange’ Open Call

Organised by Ice Tuxedo

Deadline for applications: Friday 8th July, 2016, Time: 6 pm

Random Orange is an International Open Call exhibition organised by Ice Tuxedo.  Artists are asked to apply with work that respond to an extract taken from ‘The Science in Science Fiction’ ed. Peter Nicholls, 1982, p. 91.

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EXTRACT:

‘There are various intriguing science fiction notions concerning time that can only call upon very distant support from science.  A notable example is A.E. van Vogt’s novel The Weapon Shops of Isher, in which a man throws alternately, as if on a seesaw, increasingly distant past and futures, accumulates so much energy (for surely time travel requires energy) that when he finally explodes in the distant past, it is the intensity of this release of energy that catalyzes the creation of the Sun and the planets.  This is one of the ultimate time paradoxes.  More soberly, Ian Watson’s story “The Very Slow Time Machine’ tells of a future time traveller in a machine which, before it is projected even further into the future, must (like a catapult) first be very slowly pulled back into the past.  To battled present-day observers he seems to be experiencing normal duration, but in reverse.  There is a remote sense in which physics supports the relationship between time and energy that these stories rather vaguely suggest.  The initial energy of the Big Bang that gave birth to our universe is thought to be directly connected to the nature of time in the universe. We do not know exactly how much energy this was, but we do know that the greater the initial energy, the longer time itself will last before the universe reaches its hear-death or collapses back into a monobloc.’

Key dates:
Deadline for applications: Time: 18.00 pm, Friday 8th July, 2016
Selected artists announced on Schwartz Gallery website:
Private view: Thursday 28th July, 6 – 8.30 p.m
Exhibition dates: 28/07/16 – 27/08/2016
Public opening hours: Saturdays only: 11am – 5pm
Thursday & Friday: Viewing by appointment only between 11am and 5pm

Fees:
Application and processing fee: £20 (via paypal: see website) per application of up to three artworks per artist.  The fee is non-refundable. Please include your PayPal Payment Reference Number when completing the ‘random orange’ application form.

Guidelines: Applications guidelines: www.schwartzgallery.co.uk

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Schwartz Gallery, 92 White Post Lane, London, E9 5GU
Travel: Hackney Wick Overground

Art Premium Magazine: Contemporary AFRICAN ART Issue

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I snapped a shot of Art Premium magazine when my complimentary copy arrived in the mail from France yesterday. Inside their Contemporary African Art Issue is an artist I featured last year!

Just goes to show you that getting featured in a blog article can be a stepping stone! If you are an artist and willing to make a donation I’ll feature your work in an article that will drive lots of visitors to your website.

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Jill Krasner’s Paintings Featured on 8 Pages of June 2016 Watercolor Artist Magazine

June 2016, Watercolor Artist, 8-page feature article of Jill Krasner’s paintings. View more paintings on Jill Krasner’s website here.

Precipice, painting by JIll Krasner, 22 x 30 inches

Precipice, painting by Jill Krasner, 22 x 30 inches