ELLO Artist Invites is doing some interesting things!

 

ELLO artists call themselves Artists helping Artists–and they do! If you are an artist looking for opportunities to collaborate on various projects to gain exposure, then check-out what they have to offer.

You can follow ELLO on Instagram here and submit your art to one of their latest projects such as MAKE GOOD

an opportunity to get your art published in a super high-quality limited edition coffee table magazine sold to help raise natural disaster relief funds, or, submit to the DAYLIGHTED  digital exhibition project to exhibit your work in hotels, such as the Phoenix Hotel in San Francisco.

( Daylighted’s unique business model takes 0% commission on art sales. The selected artist will have the opportunity to sell their work and receive 100% of the sale.)

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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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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:

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

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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–

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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

Artist DANIELLE NELISSE Chosen as one of 50 to Watch in 2015

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Artist Danielle Nelisse was chosen as one of “50 TO WATCH” in 2015 in Southern California by curator Stephen C. Wagner of the Arc Gallery in San Francisco, California. Visit the art exhibition at The Studio Door’s gallery in San Diego, California until May 15, 2015.

Danielle’s website: www.daniellenelisse.com
Studio Door/50 to Watch Website: http://thestudiodoor.com/inside/?page_id=1262

Arc Gallery San Francisco + Online Gallery Call for Artist Submissions

Arc Gallery in San Francisco is seeking submissions of works of art from artists that address the concept of “structure” in all its forms.

GALLERY & ON-LINE GALLERY
There are two opportunities to get into this show. The juror will select works that will be exhibited in the Arc Gallery at 1246 Folsom Street and on the Arc On-line Gallery. The juror will also select works that will be shown in the Arc On-line gallery only. This allows for more works to be seen beyond the 1,000 square feet physical limitation of the gallery.

For a more detailed description of what that entails

please visit http://www.arc-sf.com/call-for-artists.html

Sign-Up: We Think Alone — A project by Miranda July

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WE THINK ALONE – A PROJECT BY MIRANDA JULY

July 1–Nov 11, 2013

Sign up at wethinkalone.com

All-Woman Group Art Exhibition

San Francisco’s Lim Gallery Presents All-Woman Art Group Exhibition Dynamic Color, Featuring Patter Hellstrom, April Hawkins, and Saundra McPherson (via PR Newswire)

Download image SAN FRANCISCO, April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The Lim Gallery is proud to announce the upcoming show Dynamic Color, which includes fine art and paintings by Patter Hellstrom, April Hawkins , and Saundra McPherson , on view through June 30th, 2013. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com…

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Kathryn Arnold — Poetic Mark-Making On Canvas

Each Imprisoned Flutter Extends Delicately to the Horizon, Mallarme,Oil on Stretched Canvas, 54 w x 66h, Kathryn Arnold

Each Imprisoned Flutter Extends Delicately to the Horizon, Mallarme,
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 54 w x 66 h, Kathryn Arnold

Kathryn Arnold works in her studio in San Francisco. It is a large space with a skywell that keeps track of the time. Her work contains two intertwining veins. One is filled with large, colorful oils on canvas. The other vein includes drawings that are black and white mixed media works on paper. Both display the density and layered mark-making that points to artistic process and content.

Kathryn Arnold’s Artist Statement: 

“The paintings are a result of intuitive nonobjective processes and contain my search for visual “magic.” The sense of touch and chaotic energy of color and marks play an important role in building up layers that function to create an encompassing, enveloping field and bewildering space. The grid at times becomes a reference point and the intrinsic relating of parts form poetry; an interplay between subjective and objective realities.”

Kathryn Arnold has an MFA degree, exhibits nationally in galleries, universities and art centers, and is a recipient of several fellowships, grants and awards, including an NEA Regional Fellowship. Kathryn’s work is included in numerous public and private collections.

View the artist’s extensive portfolio of paintings on the her website http://www.kathrynarnold.com/

 

CALL FOR ARTIST SUBMISSIONS: SPEAK YOUR PEACE, DEADLINE NOVEMBER 25

Speak Your Peace, December 19–January 24, curated by SOMArts Curator and Gallery Director Justin Hover, is a community-based exhibition about intercultural communication, social justice and visions of a new iconography of peace featuring the “Seeing Peace Project” by artist Richard Kamler. Image above by artist Betty Nobue Kano.

JURYING & NOTIFICATION
Low-resolution artwork submission deadline is 11:59pm PST, Sunday, November 25th, 2012.  Selected artists will be notified on Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 and will have five  days to submit full-scale high-resolution images for production by Friday, November 3oth by 5pm PST.   Announcement of selected artists will be made public on December 1st. Don’t call us. We’ll call you! Read the full submission guidelines here: http://www.somarts.org/peacecall/

New Paintings by San Francisco Bay Area Artist Marian Yap

Today we are featuring two paintings in Haiku Threads, a new series by Marian Yap, a San Francisco Bay Area artist. 
Marian says: “The green one is titled Celadon, the red one is titled Cinnabar.  Celadon green and cinnabar red are colors that appear frequently in Chinese fine arts, architecture, furniture, ceramics and textiles.  My work is generally abstract and I paint on canvas and paper.  I also do printmaking– primarily monotypes.  Let me know if you would like more information. Thanks, and keep up the good work!”

View more of Marian’s color abstractions on her website www.marianyap.com and on her blog marianyap.wordpress.com 

Cinnabar 2, acrylic/mixed media on 24″ x 24″ gallery wrapped canvas by Marian Yap

Self-Promotion Using Rubber Stamps! How easy!

My article about a clever campaign using rubber stamps that I wrote about for Technorati news was published last night as an exclusive. So I can’t repost the article here.

But you can read my article Ben Cohen’s Stamp Stampede: “Money’s Not Speech, Corporations Aren’t People!”

 on Technorati. It is a fun campaign with free ice cream and a fun and yes, legal money stamping campaign to spread the word!

Electric Works Gallery and Print Publisher

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Electric Works (Photo credit: D.C.Atty)

Electric Works Gallery is a gallery and print publisher. They’re holding an open house this evening from 7 – 8 p.m. in their new gallery location, that houses new workspace and a bookstore, at

1360 Mission Street (between 9th and 10th) San Francisco, California. Visit their website and check the artists they publish, here: sfelectricworks.com/

Electric Works began printmaking in 1981, working with artists who are masters of strong visual content and with each printmaking project they have combined traditional techniques with new contemporary art challenges in an attempt to reinvent just what a print is, making the most ambitious projects possible.

In the Electric Works online bookstore you will find several prints in limited editions of 100 selling for only $40.00 each.

I enjoy reviewing small art publishing companies such as Electric Works, though hard to categorize for our PDF resource lists–are they an art licensing company, a gallery or a store?

You’ll find thousands of more links to art sales sites, art galleries and art licensing companies on our Artist Marketing Resources share lists. We’ve noticed an increase of sales of our PDF resources lists that sell for just $18.95. You can pay with PayPal or buy with Google Checkout** via the links below. Artists are gearing up for autumn submissions and using our resources, so I wanted to be sure to share these access links again:

International Art Gallery list: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969593

 Art Licensing Companies, Agents and Reps list: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969565

 900+ Places to Sell your Art PDF list:  http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969611

I’ve added many more links to the 900+ Places to Sell Your Art list, and there are probably well over one thousand now, but I have not had time to count!

Our ebook guide helps you craft your professional art submissions–the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook is available as a PDF here: http://artistmarketingresources.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/2969635 

 

**Google Checkout buttons are now fully functioning and tested.

Artist Video: Progression From Representational to Abstract Mixed Media and Assemblage Work

Widely acclaimed for both abstract and figurative paintings, Dennis Hare has exhibited in numerous shows, including Allan Stone Gallery, New York, Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco, Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, the Bolinas Art Museum, the University Gallery, University of the South, TN. In this documentary, Hare describes his progression from representational painting to abstract assemblage and mixed media work.

Two Calls For Interactive Art

Sloane Studio Call For Video & Interactive Artists
SLOANE STUDIO a new gallery space within a space inhabits just over 700sq/ft of oneSan Francisco’s elite boutique nightclubs and première venues.

SLOANE STUDIO 
has the space, all they need now, is your unlimited creativity.

An exploration into the world of video technology and installation art,

SLOANE STUDIO invites guests and curious seekers to view and experience the visual

narratives of local artists through innovative new mediums.

SLOANE STUDIO facilitates ‘movement’ between SLOANE’s front and main rooms and

features 16 ft. walls — a pristine blank canvas for your work.

They are requesting calls for artists working in video and or interactive art by

emerging and/or student artists.

Projectors are already on hand, all they need is your work.

Welcome video and interactive artists in all stages of their career to submit work.

Submit images, plans or links for review at: submit@sloanesf.com

Link: http://www.sloanesf.com/

Deadline: Sun Oct 7th, 2012

SLOANE STUDIO

1525 Mission Street

San Francisco, California 94102

United States of America

Engage: Detroit Interactive Art Exhibition

For a full prospectus, please visit:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bx0ib2UdDqMBLVVOX3ZBa2hJMEE/edit

Engage
Detroit Interactive Art Exhibition

October 5 – 27, 2012

Reception: Saturday, October 6, 2012 – 7-10pm

Whitdel Arts is seeking artists to participate in its first Detroit Interactive Art Exhibition.

This exhibition will feature a variety of interactive art in all media that allows the participant

to engage with the artwork to create a unique experience while allowing the art to achieve its objective.

They are seeking artwork that entices viewers to participate in the artwork by providing an input or

by becoming the input in order for the artwork to achieve its objective–work in any medium that allows

the participant to “walk” in, on, and around the piece. Other interaction may involve gesture talking, touching,

and biometric (face, finger print, voice recognition) input to allow the participant to become part of the artwork.

Work of all media is welcome, with interactive aspects that can be digital and/or analog methods.

Questions and inquiries can be sent to JenClare Gawaran (jenclare@whitdelarts.com)

or Gualberto Orozco (gualberto@whitdelarts.com).

Link: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bx0ib2UdDqMBLVVOX3ZBa2hJMEE

Deadline: Tue Aug 7th, 2012

Whitdel Arts

1250 Hubbard St., Suite B1

Detroit, Michigan 48209

New Calls for Artists w/July-August Deadlines

CALLS FOR ARTISTS
“Art in the Box

Installation art at the Fairgrounds

The Fairgrounds at the National Stadium, Washington DC area, USA, has an opportunity for 10 artists to participate in a Art Installation with 10 Containers at the complex.

Selected artists will have full access to create an interactive art installation patrons will visit interact with.  Along with the installations, artists can showcase and sell their

work in the market place area.

No specific theme, innovative, original, and site-specific installations welcome. Artists and curators are invited to submit proposed work, in 2D and 3D media, including

but not limited to drawing, painting, pastel, printmaking, photography, mixed media, and sculpture.

Plan your installation to take advantage of the window’s unique space: which includes large street facing glass panels to the street, side door and open doors to the back.

There will be a 3 month series of art events around which the installation art will be the focus.  Opening reception is tentatively the end of July and closing reception is October 5th.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS & TIPS

Interested artists please submit:

Detailed Description of Proposed Project.

A detailed Artist Statement

Visual documentation: 20 images maximum. Please include only recent work that is relevant to the proposed exhibition.

Image files should be in JPEG format

Please submit your complete application to fairgrounds@artwhino.com

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The Franz and Virgina Bader Fund gives grants to visual artists so they can concentrate on their art. Artists 40 years old and older
are invited to apply. Read restrictions and full details here:
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The Sketchbook Show is open to all artists.

  The Sketchbook Show Exhibition dates:Friday 24 August – Friday 28 September 2012This exhibition will document daily practice and all the little things artistsrecord that start them off on creative paths.

Submission information

Submissions are open to any style of sketchbook that you consider as part of your

everyday art-making experience.

The exhibition can accommodate myriad book styles— those that need to be

under plexi-glass for delicate display,

those that students and visitors can actively participate in, those that people

can peruse freely.

Interested in participating?

email allyson at allyson_seal@branson.org

with 2-3 scans or photographs of select sketchbook pages.

Link: http://www.branson.org//site/Default.aspx?PageID=1443

Deadline: Wed Aug 22nd, 2012

Branson, New House Gallery

39 Fernhill Ave

Ross, California 94957

United States of America

Sketchbook Delivery Options:

Books can be dropped off on Monday 20 August at the Douglas Fine Arts Complex.

f you choose to mail your book, they must be postmarked by Wednesday 22

August 2012. Please mail them to:

Branson

attn: Allyson Seal, sketchbook

39 Fernhill ave

ross, ca 94957

You may also chose to drop your book off with Allyson Seal in San Francisco

(17th street & Potrero in the Mission) on Friday 17 August from 1pm-8pm.

artist-at-large | San Francisco

Enjoy great art news and information on the artist-at-large | San Francisco site,  If you have an exhibit or event you can submit your press release via the Arts Beat online submission form here.

While on the site I found this wonderfully well done video on artist John Baldessari–I hope you enjoy it too!

San Francisco: 5 Alternative Exhibition Spaces That Accept Artist Proposals Year-round

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altered space (Photo credit: indianfilipino)

S.H.E.D. projects is located in industrial West Oakland, California across the bay from San Francisco.  S.H.E.D. Projects provides a temporary workspace for emerging artists and an exhibition space for installations, performances, and other projects. Proposals are accepted year-round. Email: shedprojects@gmail.com

Stairwell’s  is a series of exhibitions accompanied by short publications and off-site group excursions (Field Trips) in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Stairwell’s is a curated project. If you are a Bay Area artist and would like to submit your work for consideration, email 3-5 images,link to your website and a few sentences about your work and how it fits the Stairwell’s projects, to stairwells.sf@gmail.com

Unspeakable Projects represents newly emerging artists working in video, installation, painting, drawing and performance. Send proposals, web links and jpgs to info@unspeakableprojects.com. Include CV or artist statement.

Alter Space–Main Gallery, Peephole Gallery, and Alter Space Print Shop

Alter Space has taken up shop at 1158 Howard Street, a light industrial building built in 1922. The roughly 5,000 square foot space now houses artist’s studios, several gallery spaces , diverse workshops, and a full basement that functions as a Print Shop and common workspace. On the ground floor the Main Gallery and Workshop areas still retain their original wood floors in combination with white-walled brick and timber.

The Main Gallery at Alter Space houses group exhibitions, performances, and events. To submit proposals for this space please contact Alter Space by email (below).
In the Peephole Gallery, conveniently located in the public restroom, Alter Space hosts both group and solo exhibitions. Artists are given boxes in which to create, and the boxes are then made viewable via peepholes in the bathroom walls.  Alter Space print shop is coming soon. Sign up for newsletter or check their site in the near future for digital and screen-printed items and info on how you can become involved.

Alter Space

1158 HOWARD STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103    Phone: +1 (415) 735-1158   Email: contact@alterspace.co

La Boutique is dedicated to exhibiting high-quality, innovative artistic expression  by both emerging and more established artists,  allowing artists to increase their visibility. La Boutique is currently accepting proposals for exhibition in two distinct spaces: Main Gallery as well as  STOREFRONT WINDOW. La Boutique promotes innovative, original, and site-specific installations. Artists and curators are invited to submit proposed work, in 2D and 3D media, including but not limited to drawing, painting, pastel, printmaking, photography, mixed media, and sculpture.

Each of the selected artists will be exhibited for a one to two month-long period. An area will be provided for artist bio and contact information. All exhibitions are actively promoted through an opening reception, a dedicated page on their website, an email blast, a postcard etc…

MAIN GALLERY
The main gallery is the bottom floor of a bi-level 2500 sq. space, with tall ceilings, and original building detail, including exposed beams and brick walls. Artists working in all media are welcome to propose solo and group exhibitions for the main gallery. As La Boutique is a multi-function venue, consideration will only be given to proposals that allow artworks to remain installed while the gallery transforms for events.

STOREFRONT WINDOW
STOREFRONT WINDOW can be curated independently of the interior main gallery, and offers a unique opportunity to bring artwork to the public and into the street.This deep vitrine is perfectly suited to presentations of three-dimensional works and carefully considered installations of two-dimensional works. The storefront window is accessible to the public at all times, and welcomes a diverse audience. Plan your installation to take advantage of the window’s unique space: which includes large street facing glass panels and a window platform. Each selected artists will receive a $200 stipend for materials and construction.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS & TIPS

Interested artists please submit:

  • Detailed Description of Proposed Project, specifying the proposed exhibition space, i.e. window installation or main gallery
  • A detailed Artist Statement
  • Visual documentation: 20 images maximum. Please include only recent work that is relevant to the proposed exhibition. Image files should be in JPEG format

Please submit your complete application to info@laboutique-galerie.com

La Boutique

414 Jackson Street, Suite 101

San Francisco, CA 94111
415.693.9950
info@laboutique-galerie.com


6 Brick and Mortar Galleries Accepting Email Submissions from Artists

This New York CIty Art Gallery is Accepting Email Submissions from Artists, provided they are within the gallery guidelines:

Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery, 37 West 57th Street, New York, NY  Artist Submission Guidelines:The Gallery accepts artist submissions only under the following conditions:
1. Artwork submitted for review must be realist painting, drawing or sculpture. No exceptions.
2. Email (3) THREE low-res jpegs only, plus one detail. No other attachments.
3. Include the title, year executed, medium and dimensions of each piece submitted in the body of the email.
4. Include a brief description of your work, written in English.
5. No links, no CDs, no slides, no artist statements.
6. Email submissions toartsubmit@meiselgallery.com.

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3 Art Galleries in California accepting artist submissions via email. See sites for details:

5 Claude Lane Gallery,  5 Claude Ln. San Francisco(415) 956-1310 http://www.5claudelane.com/

Market Street Gallery, 1554 Market St. San Francisco (415) 290-1441 http://www.marketstreetgallery.com/

Paragone Gallery 621 West Knoll Drive West Hollywood, CA 90069  Email:mail@paragonegallery.com Website:www.paragonegallery.com

Elsewhere in the US:

Wilde Meyer Gallery in Arizona is accepting email submissions: http://www.wildemeyer.com/

18 Rabbit Gallery in Florida, accepts email submissions that curators keep on file for future exhibitions  http://www.18rabbitgallery.com/

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