2018 Marks the 10th Anniversary for Artist Marketing Resources


I spent new years eve at a small beach party in Mexico–and yes, I am trying to sympathize with all of you in snow, and for being stuck in what I’ve heard has been an unusually cold and snowy winter in the eastern parts of the US. But I’m using wifi on a tropical beach, enjoying the sound of the waves, and reminiscing on how ten years ago (in late January and early February) I started creating what is now Artist Marketing Resource.

I really need the beach time, and haven’t published as many articles of late, and yet artists all over the world continue to use this site around the clock.

Our most popular article offers 40 free Etsy listings–read it here. Every day of the year, multiple artists sign up using the link in our article to get their 40 free listings. I receive an email from Etsy each time one does! Plus I get free listings each time an artist signs up. So I have thousands by now and I’d like to find some nice art items in Mexico to offer in my Etsy shop.

Another popular article tells artists how to use the “97” shipping codes on their art shipments to avoid paying extra fees–and doesn’t everyone want to know about that! Here is the link to the article.

Artists remain very interested in labeling their artworks without using the term “acrylic” for various reasons–and you can read that article here.

Our most popular resource–besides all the useful information here on this site–is our hugely expanded International Art Gallery Directory–now over 800 pages in length! If you’d like to find out how to get a digital copy click here.  The International Art Gallery Directory is available in various formats, including a printable Word file, printable PDF, and in iCloud which you can access and use on your iPad or other tablet, cell phone, and computer.

If you need anything do not hesitate to make contact. Some artist do call–but many calls are not getting through to me down here on the beach! So the best way is via email at mariekazalia@gmail.com


Congratulations to Artist Metrov on Sale of Sculpture



Congratulations to Santa Barbara, California artist Metrov. He shared his news with us–

“I’m happy to share my latest sale with you. PAX: BEAR GODDESS is a bronze (limited edition of 25) sculpture from my series MYTH OF PAX: BEAR GODDESS. The first of this series is going to her new home—the lobby at 298 Mulberry Street, New York, New York. Beautify the World with Art!”




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International Women Artists’ Salon and Exhibition

International Women Artists’ Salon is a cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural global organization of women making art in the world today.
Music+Dance+Video+Film+Comedy+Theater+Writing+Visual Arts+Fashion+Architecture+Design+et al.
Facebook Fan Page: International Women Artists’ Salon here.
For more information about membership, collaborations, sponsorships contact: heidi.womenartsalon@gmail.com
  • International Women Artists’ Salon The Producers Club, 358 W. 44th Street, NYC

    Featuring an exhibition of paintings by Ildikó Kalapács until November 1st–details here.

    Ildiko Kalapacs

    Mixed media painting by Ildiko Kalapacs


International Women Artist Salon Radio here.

Artists Submit Now to These: Fine Art Literary Journal and Art Gallery Magazine


Here are three recent additions to our resource e-list of art magazines which you can find here.

We continually add new art magazines to the expanding categories of our e-list, which provides opportunities for artists at all career levels–


ArtAscent, a journal of fine art and literature, has ongoing theme-based Calls for Artist Submissions with the current theme of Hauntings. Submissions may be in the form of various media, including paintings, drawings, photography, mixed media, installations, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, poems, stories, and more. ArtAscent promotes their magazine as a place to discover international emerging and indie artists. Submit now to the international call for artists and call for writers. Selected artists and writers will feature in the ArtAscent international art magazine and the online exhibition artists directory.

ArtSocket is a San Francisco, California-based Art gallery and magazine that is online only. They have a site form for you to submit your work here: https://www.artsocket.com/submit/ 

Savant Garde is a new online publication based in New York City that documents the developments in Outsider art in the USA and beyond. They are dedicated to curating, electronically publishing, and developing an online archive of outsider art. Since they are new, some of their options to be featured or sell in their online store are still under development. On the Savant Garde site, scroll to the very bottom to click on menu options and read the current offerings or to contact someone about your art.


Get the Artist Marketing Resources 100+ page e-list of Art Magazines, art blogs, art publications here: http://selz.co/1AbjqlA

Found on Flootie: Urban Scenes and Cityscapes

Last month we featured art Found on Flootie in our blog article here. For August, we’ve found so many great artworks on Flootie that fit the theme of urban cityscapes. These artworks depict images buildings and people in US cities coast to coast, border to border. As well as scenes from such European cities as Amsterdam and Munich, Germany. Then off we go, all the way to Israel, to share some paintings of the city of Jerusalem.

Rememberance, Carolyn Hancock

Remembrance, Carolyn Hancock

We’re starting this image set in Washington D.C. with artist Carolyn Hancock’s scene of the Vietnam War Memorial–titled Remembrance. Click here to find out more about this painting.

The Workshop, Barry Westcott

The Workshop, Barry Westcott

In The Workshop, and 3 O’clock, artist Barry Westcott captures everyday scenes in an unnamed American city, rendered in his photo-realistic style of painting. Find the full details for these paintings on Flootie here.

3 O'Clock, Barry Westcott

3 O’Clock, Barry Westcott

Memories of a favorite Spokane, Washington restaurant Bob’s Chili Parlor, from back in the 1940’s and 50’s, with vintage automobile parked in front, come to life is a brilliant colored pencil creation by Craig Shillam. Click here to view the artist’s Flootie portfolio.

This colored pencil drawing is of an actual restaurant in Spokane, Wa. back in the 1940's and 50's is beautifully framed with conservation matting and framing. The framed size is approx. 32" high x 29 1/4" long.

Bob’s Chili Parlor, Craig Shillam

With Juke Joint, artist Mike Handley takes us inside the club life of a city at night. Find more of his work here.

Juke Joint, Mike Handley

Juke Joint, Mike Handley

Another night scene of neon street lights of the Radio City Music Hall, New York City is a color photograph by Gloria de los Santos. Find her full portfolio of artworks here.

Radio City Music Hall, Gloria de los Santos

Radio City Music Hall, NY, Gloria de los Santos

To the southern border of the USA, these New Mexico scenes, Naco Border Crossing, and,  El Rancho Hotel, give as a different flavor of American life.

Naco Border Crossin, Darrell Sullens

Naco Border Crossing, Darrell Sullens

El Racho Hotel Gallup New Mexico, Darrell Sullens

El Racho Hotel Gallup New Mexico, Darrell Sullens

Along with the artist’s tribute to times gone by and the Ashcan School of American painting, below, and on Flootie here.

Ashcan Revisited, Darrell Sullens

Ashcan Revisited, Darrell Sullens

Off to Europe, with John F. Thamm’s Munich Train Station Wedding Party, and, Marcela Rogel de Pepper’s Rainy Day in Amsterdam.



Rainy Day in Amsterdam, Marcela Rogel de Pepper

Rainy Day in Amsterdam, Marcela Rogel de Pepper

Irene Dahl’s Two Sides of Jerusalem, and Entry into Old Town are both found in her Flootie portfolio.

Two Sides of Jersulem, Irene Dahl

Two Sides of Jersulem, Irene Dahl

Entry into Old Town, Irene Dahl

Entry into Old Town, Irene Dahl

Find these and many more wonderful artworks on Flootie.com.








New MergeArts NYC Multi-Genre Events Accepting Submissions

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I’ve been in communication with Faith Verrill, off and on, over the past few years. This week, she sent me news of MergeArts NYC, an organization that produces monthly multi-genre events with 20+  selected artists bringing art, music and fashion into a live show..

They’re accepting submissions–you can complete the form here.

They also have a gallery coming soon.

Their address:

52 Walker Street NYC, NY



Open Call for Visual Poets/Artists to Collaborate On NYC Market Poetics Project


Lower East Side (LES) New York City artist is seeking two visual poets / visual artists to collaborate on a public art project at Essex Market in the Lower East Side.

Yes, this is paid work! 

Artists and poets with text, writing, visual skills, particularly photographic, who are tech savvy and passes the ability to channel interactions with people into collaborative compositions of text + image are welcome to apply.   Fluency in Spanish is also helpful.

The project is called Market Poetics and is tied to the 75th Anniversary of Essex Market and Lower East Side History Month– both occurring in May in collaboration with NYEDC and the Artists Alliance. Dates: May 9th and 30th at the market. Includes prep work and some production in the streets

This project uses a Visual Poetics app to create visual poems and to channel stories from the people flowing through the market.  The project work occurs within one of the market stalls, as well as while moving in the market and surrounding streets. We will be creating and uploading work to a project Tumblr blog and that will be projected as a realtime slide show on a wall at the market.

Here’s a link to the past public artwork installations that resulted in the development of the Poetics App software, which is now at version 1.25 and currently used in over 150 countries:   http://www.sic.ph/poetics   An iPhone is required, as it’s the sole platform thus far for the app.

INTERESTED? Send a link to your work, a short introduction about your interest and background, and contact information via the email on the site: http://www.sic.ph/poetics

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High End Art Licensing: Art on Wood Furniture, Wall Panels



If you think of art licensing as wall calendars and greeting cards, then take a look at these high-end wall panels and furniture– featured by the if it’s hip, it’s here design blog–with artist Rex Ray’s designs on them. They’re produced by B + N Industries based in California and New York City. B+N Industries is an innovative designer and manufacturer of products for the retail, architectural and hospitality markets.

Even top New York City art galleries like Bravin Lee and Gagosian have gotten into high-end art licensing with sales in their Gagosian Shop on Madison Avenue of artist pillows, art jewelry, posters, and limited edition  Alexander Calder and Basquiat artworks transferred onto dinner plates. The Gagosian Shop  has nearly sold out of Andy Warhol camouflage designs on wallpaper, and snow skis and skateboards with Keith Haring and Basquiat designs.

Bravin Lee is unique with its Bravin Lee Editions, a series of artist designed hand-knotted limited edition rugs.

Cumulus Studios collection (2008-2013) focuses on outdoor objects that include sculpture editions, textiles and functional art pieces in small editions of 25 and under.

DENY Designs may have #lesserknown artists (about 170) but they have some interesting home decor accessories in Bed and Bath and a Pet Collection of pet beds, food bowls, and bandanas.

If you are an artist looking to get your art licensed, we offer two extensive e-lists of resources– The Art Licensing E-list of art Licensing companies, artist agents and artist representatives and the  Print Market E-list of Physical and online art print sales sites for artists. Print products include prints editions, posters, canvas prints, art toys, art stickers, wall decals, murals, postcards, printed t-shirts, clothing, bags, cases, pillows, fabric, wallpaper, rugs, deck chairs, chairs, mugs, beer bottles, mixed media, limited edition ceramics, wall flags, metal posters and more.

For photographic artists, we have an extensive e-list of international photography representatives and photographer agents, photography print sales sites and much more.

As well as more artist resources in our Artist Marketing Resources here and here.



Black and White #FineArt Photographic Prints by Mary Anne Mitchell in our Amazon Store


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Thinking Spot, Mary Anne Mitchell, Black and White Photograph of a girl on a swing in a giant tree on a hill.  This was overlooking the Beltline in Atlanta, Georgia and the photographer’s daughter is the model.

The dimensions of this limited edition print of 20 is 16 x 16 inches, archival inkjet print on paper mounted on black foam core. Signed in verso with edition number. Available on Amazon.com here.


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City That Never Sleeps, Mary Anne Mitchell,  Black and White photograph of New York City taken from above at night.  This photograph was shot on film.

Limited edition of 25 prints, each 16×20 inches, archival inkjet on paper mounted on black foam core.  Signed in verso with edition number. Available on Amazon.com here.



Fairy Dance, Mary Anne Mitchell,  Sepia toned black and white photograph of Nutcracker Ballet performance shot from above at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia.

Limited edition of 25, this 16×20 archival inkjet print is mounted on black foam core.  Signed in verso with edition number. Available on Amazon.com here.




Lipstick, Mary Anne Mitchell,  Black and white photograph of a girl putting on lipstick in the rearview mirror of a car, shot from behind on film and printed from film negative.

This Limited edition of 25 prints, 16×20 inches, on archival inkjet print mounted on black foam core is signed in verso with edition number and available on Amazon.com here.

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Lake of Dreams, Mary Anne Mitchell,  Black and white photograph of a lake in the early morning with light streaming in.  Shot on infrared film.  Lake is in Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia.  Limited edition of 25 prints, dimensions: 16×20 inches, archival inkjet print mounted on black foam core.  Signed in verso with edition number. Available on Amazon.com here.



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Open Call: The Male Nude in 2D, 3D, Digital + Performance


DMAC-Duo Multicultural Arts Center, the East Village, New York City is seeking works for its group show and performance art installation: The Nude + MALE opening in December, 2014. They are seeking submissions of art works including traditional two-dimensional works in any medium; digital video works; sculpture; architecture; animation as well as performance art that can be presented live in their gallery.

To submit your are for consideration to this curated exhibition, send your contact information, image script, your  brief bio, artists statement, and a link to online examples of your work or copy of your work in a digital format only to: thenudemale@gmail.com Attn: Michelangelo Alasa.

Submission Deadline: Sun Nov 30th, 2014

DMAC – Duo Multicultural Arts Center
62 East 4th Street
New York, New York East Village 10003
United States of America

Artists Submit to Art In New York City

Art in New York City  was founded by Michael Sorgatz to promote the work of local artists. To submit your artwork for consideration, please send an email containing a link to your work or 3 jpegs (at 500 pixels wide). There is no obligation or fee for participating artists.

This is just one listing from our 80+ pages of art magazines, art blogs and sites that feature artists internationally–get your art featured here.


NYC Gallery Looking to Showcase Tattoo Culture, Mainstream and Subculture Artists, Digital Artists and Photographers

The Sacred Gallery NYC which has been around since 2009 in Soho New York City, and is adjacent to Sacred Tattoo, a twenty year standing body art studio. Sacred Gallery is looking to showcase the works of tattoo culture artists, mainstream and subculture artists, digital artists, and photographers. If you’re interested in having your work shown at Sacred Gallery, visit their website and click on Submissions.

If your art does not fit this opportunity, or If you are an artist looking for more opportunities to show and sell your work, we offer resources for finding more galleries here and for retail sales opportunities here.

Special Opportunities for Artists to Perform, Sell, Exhibit at NYC Contemporary Art Fair


Join these artists in the Red Wall Gallery at the entrance to the show and take advantage of an exceptional opportunity to show and sell your work at the Contemporary Art Fair NYC in the 71,000 square foot space in Jacob Javits Center North!.

CEO and Founder of the Hell’s Kitchen Artist Guild in New York City provided this information to help artists participate in this uniquely affordable opportunity to exhibit and sell art, entertain, or earn money or credit towards a large BOOTH for artists or floor space at the massive 10-25 NYC Contemporary Art Fair.

Sculptors and Furniture artists may apply for very inexpensive floor space (the magnetized “red wall” just sold out) at only $20 a square foot!

Artists who would like work recruiting hotels/concierges, distributing fliers or making SALES at this event for pay, OR want to explore painting on site, performing, or some extensive volunteering to garner a very low price BOOTH at the event, email the National Crafts Festival impresario/chief himself directly at RichardRothbard@gmail.com.

With an expected attendance of over 8,000 buyers, collectors, and art enthusiasts, The Red Wall Gallery provides artists and artisans with amazing exposure to a target audience. Simply bring your work and the Contemporary Art Fair team will hang it in the gallery at the entrance to the show. Floor space is also available for sculpture and furniture.

• Wall Space: $ 10 / sq.ft. (sold out)
• Floor Space: $ 20 / sq.ft.
• Minimum Size: 6 sq.ft.
• Maximum Size : 100 sq ft.

The Red Wall Gallery will be curated by the Contemporary Art Fair team, who will also handle all sales.

Apply: Email up to three sample images (no more than 1MB each) that you want to exhibit, with price and size, to: javitsredwallgallery@gmail.com.
Current exhibitors: Receive a discounted rate, handle sales at your booth and pay no commission. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to display additional or large work at the entrance! Call Mr. Rothbard for details. (845) 355-2400.

For the whole large display: Hard wall with lighting + 10′ X 10′ booth space starts at $985! Recall to contact RichardRothbard@gmail.com re: additional discounts for volunteers! For more information on this and all of their shows, visit AmericanArtMarketing.com.

ALSO the Mayor welcomes a great show there: ARTISTS FOR PEACE AND THE ENVIRONMENT has been displayed in its entirety or partly in museums + additional galleries & venues in the US and abroad. Michael Lang, legendary Woodstock producer is behind it, as are other high level show biz and hippie-esque figures like Hog Farm/Wavy Gravy, top musician prodigies + their progeny, and graffiti talents.

Call for Artists: NURTUREart Benefit

Artists are invited to submit their work for consideration for NURTUREart’s annual benefit, which will take place on October 28, 2013 at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York City.

All artists are invited to submit work.  Selected works of art will be displayed at the event, which is attended by approximately 500 collectors, curators, artists, and art professionals.  Guest curators will review all the works submitted online and select pieces for exhibition and sale at the Benefit, with all proceeds going to fund essential NURTUREart programming.

Artwork can be in any 2D or 3D medium, framed or unframed, maximum 16” in any direction including frame. All artworks must be able to be hung on a wall; sculptors may include a small shelf for display. Please upload a jpeg file—no larger than 350 KB and no more than 600 pixels in any direction—to the NUTUREart benefit submission page for the curators’ review. Only one submission per artist, please; multiple submissions from an artist will not be reviewed. Online submissions must be received by midnight, September 1, 2013.  All artists will be contacted by email in mid-September to let them know whether or not their work has been selected.  If your work is selected to be included in the benefit, you will receive free admission to the event for yourself (admission at 7pm), and a voucher to purchase one “Artist Friend” ticket for $50.


You will be responsible for dropping the selected work off at the NURTUREart Gallery in Brooklyn during regular gallery hours (Thursday through Monday from noon to 6 pm) by October 13. There is NO option to drop off work in Manhattan, so please do NOT bring any artwork to Bernarducci Meisel Gallery. No exceptions.  If you plan to ship the work, please be prepared to follow our mailing guidelines and ship early.  We can only accept works via UPS, Fed Ex or another private courier.  No USPS please!  NURTUREart may choose not to display the work if the work arrives damaged, is unfinished or otherwise unfit to be installed, or is not the work of art that was originally submitted for consideration.

Read the full guidelines and begin online submission process on the NUTUREart site.

Art in Brooklyn, Art in New York City

Artists in Brooklyn and New York City seeking more visibility for your work can submit artwork to sites that support local artists:

Art in Brooklyn  http://www.ArtinBrooklyn.com
Art In Brooklyn was founded by Michael Sorgatz to promote the work of local artists. To submit your artwork for consideration, please send an email containing a link to your work or 3 jpegs (at 500 pixels wide). There is no obligation or fee for participating artists.


Art in New York City http://www.ArtinNewYorkCity.com
Art In New York City was founded by Michael Sorgatz to promote the work of local artists. To submit your artwork for consideration, please send an email containing a link to your work or 3 jpegs (at 500 pixels wide). There is no obligation or fee for participating artists.


For an extensive resource list of art magazines and blogs, Artist Marketing Resources created this gratis list for artists everywhere–click here.

At Age 64, Brooklyn “Hermit” Artist Has Solo Debut in Manhattan Gallery + First Sales!

A completely unknown Brooklyn artist, Mr. Rafael Leonardo Black, described as a “hermit”, was recently discovered at age 64 by a Manhattan gallery owner who mounted the artist in an exhibit titled “Insider Art,” an exhibition of 16 works by Mr. Black. Ten of the artworks quickly sold and at prices ranging from $16,000 to $28,000USD.

Read the full NY Times article here.

Two Gallery Calls for Artist Submissions w/ July Deadlines

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS to celebrate the Fascination of Food. Submissions will be accepted globally.  Original work in oil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, mixed media, collage, graphics, photography, sculpture.…………….


Reality and Metaphor: Global Juried Show by Steven Assael at Six Summit Gallery
Exclusive pre-opening in New York City

Steven Assael is an American painter widely recognized as one of the leading representational figurative artists of this generation. Please visit www.stevenassael.com. Reality and Metaphor is open to artists of any genre.

Find full details for both calls here: http://www.sixsummitgallery.com/Upcomingevents.php

Artist Marketing Resources: Park Schreck Gallery, Chicago, currently accepting artist submissions

Artist Marketing Resources complied an extensive list of art galleries internationally as a resource for artists–our International Art Gallery list PDF http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969593

We share this art gallery opportunity with you now—get the PDF and get more!

Park Schreck Gallery: Looking for abstract artists, emerging and mid-career

Park Schreck Gallery is currently accepting submissions. The gallery primarily shows abstract work by up-and-coming artists.  If you are not sure if your work would be a good fit for the gallery, please take a look around their website to see work in some past shows.

In an email to submissions@parkschreckgallery.com, please make sure to include the following information:

1. high quality jpegs of your work (or link to corresponding website)

2. title, year, size, medium, and price information for each piece

3. upcoming availability

4. artist statement and CV

Due to the high volume of submissions we cannot respond to everyone individually.

Read the full submission guidelines here.

Park Schreck Gallery

1747 W. North Ave., Chicago, IL 60622

Landescape 2013 – International Call For Artists – Third Edition

LandEscape is launching the third edition of “LandEscape Now!”, an international competition, which introduces twelve artworks by twelve international artists working in various fine arts disciplines.

LandEscape aims at presenting innovative and cutting-edge artworks in contemporary scenario and seeks to support contemporary creation worldwide through the advertising of works of art which focus more particularly on the theme of landscape in all the accepted meaning of the word and the recognition of the fundamental role which the landscapes of any kind have in the composition of an artwork. This will be a recurring theme but not the only one, since LandEscape is open to a large variety of submissions including, but not limited to:

– Photography
– Painting
– Video
– Interactive art installations
– Audio / Sound
– Body art
– Sculpture
– Spoken Word

The contest is open to all artists or groups of artists and professionals who are at least 18 years old, from any country: selected works will be published in the next issue of our art review.


Submission guidelines


Prospecting participants must submit an artist’s statement (max 700 words) describing their works and short biographical notes (CV)
The statement may include any additional attachments (video, photos) for a thorough evaluation.
Submissions should be written in English.
The abstract must be submitted as PDF (or RTF / DOCX document) to landescape@artlover.com

LandEscape submission does not require entry fee, but selected works will be asked for a symbolic contribution which includes publication on the next issue of LandEscape Art Review with a personal interview.

Deadline: Monday July 8th, 2013