Artsyo: Where Artists Sell Their Original Art to Buyers in Their Neighborhood

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I like finding art sales sites, such as Artsyo, that understand their market. Artsyo is an online art sales site for artists who live in Seattle, Washington, USA, and for local art buyers.

The Artsyo tag line–Buy Original Art From Artists In Your Neighborhood– invites buyers to get to know local artists to purchase art from them direct. All artworks listed on the Artsyo site have retail prices. When buyers find an art piece of interest on the site, they can click the Buy button and send an email message to the artist to begin communications.

Recollect 2, John Breitweister

Recollect 2, John Breitweiser

One of the artists on Artsyo, John Breitweiser, l recognized from his art pins on Pinterest. I’ve already liked and pinned many of his colorful fine art pieces to my Pinterest boards. I’d definitely want to buy art from John Breitweiser if I lived in Seattle or planned to visit. Artsyo has a Pinterest account here. Follow artist John Breitweiser on Pinterest here.  Get to know any artist using social media before you buy art from them! It makes buying fun and interesting. Artists, get to know potential buyers using social media.

Artsyo is just one of thousands of sales venues on our e-list for artists.

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KNOW NOW GALLERY 2013 Fall New York City Open Call

The K(now) Gallery  is an arts organization in Seattle, Washington, and New York City whose mission is to develop and provide a central venue for artists and the general community to learn, network, share, and experience all varieties of artistic and cultural expression. They have also begun to extend their exhibition program to Berlin, Germany.

KNOW NOW GALLERY 2013 Fall New York City Open Call
Deadline: Friday, September 15, 2013
Submission fee: $35

This is a Know Now Gallery opportunity to expose artists working in contemporary visual arts to a wider audience. This exhibition is in NYC’s Chelsea Gallery District. More information below or register and submit work online: http://know-nowgallery.com/submissions-2/

ENTRY DEADLINE: Friday, September 15, 2013

ELIGIBILITY: National and international artists 16 years and older may submit a maximum of five works completed within the last twelve months and not exhibited in a previous Know Now Gallery exhibition.

AWARDS: Over $1,000 in award money will be allocated by the juror.

FEES: Non-refundable fee must accompany artworks submitted. Submissions must be paid by credit/debit card. Fee payment does not guarantee that any/all artworks submitted for jurying will be included in this exhibition. $35 for up to 5 entries, the total allowed.

REQUIREMENTS: All submissions must be submitted digitally through the Know Now Gallery’s website.

SELECTED WORKS: Selected artworks must be delivered ready to hang/display.

SALES: All works must be available for sale, the Know Now Gallery receives a 30% commission.

Artist is responsible for SHIPPING AND INSURANCE.

SCHEDULE:
September 15, 2013 All entry forms must be received by 5 pm PST. Late entries will not be accepted.

October 4, 2013 Selected artists will be notified via email of acceptance. PLEASE DO NOT CALL OR EMAIL THE GALLERY.

October 20, 2013 All accepted works, including shipped works, MUST be received by the Know Now Gallery no later than 7 pm PST. Late drop-offs will not be accepted

October 27, 2013 Opening reception and awards ceremony for artists and guests from 6-9 pm PST

November 28, 2013 Close of Show

Public Art: Red Bull Skateable Artwork and More/ Calls for Artists

4Culture, Seattle / Red Bull Skateable Artwork / Call for Artists

Deadline June 3, 2013
Submission fee  Free
For more information visit:
http://www.4culture.org/apply/index.aspx

Overview

Red Bull, in cooperation with the Seattle Department of Parks & Recreation is looking for an artist to work in collaboration with a world‐class team of experts to design public artwork that is skateable. This is not a skate park – it is first and foremost a work of art. But this is art that invites interaction and participation.

Red Bull is investing in the Seattle community by creating a truly unique public art experience that explores the creative nexus of public space, athletic skill and individual imagination. Red Bull and the Seattle Department of Parks & Recreation have selected a site for the Red Bull SkateSpace in Myrtle Edwards Park, just north of the Olympic Sculpture Park on an elevated knoll with spectacular views to Elliott Bay and the Olympic mountain range. Red Bull SkateSpace will blend art and skateboarding to create unique terrain where the innovation of skateboarders can truly flourish.

Eligibility: Open to professional artists living in WA, OR and BC
Budget: $76,000

Artist Trust / Arts Innovator Awards / Call for Artists

Deadline
June 10, 2013

Overview

The Arts Innovator Award is an unrestricted award of $25,000 given annually to two Washington State generative artists of all disciplines who are originating new work, experimenting with new ideas, taking risks and pushing the boundaries in their respective fields. The award recognizes artists who demonstrate innovation in their art practice. This award is funded by The Dale and Leslie Chihuly Foundation.

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Philadelphia, PA + Art Along the Avenue of Technology: Public Art Residency

Breadboard is launching a dynamic public art residency program to explore the intersection of Art and Technology. Art Along the Avenue of Technology will engage a diverse range of community groups in the Greater Philadelphia region around an innovative artist residency program that will explore contemporary themes of public space, place-making and technology in an urban environment.
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Date: Deadline to apply: June 21, 2013 (4:30pm)
Information: www.breadboardphilly.org

I Want You Magazine Accepting Art Submissions

English: View of the entrance of the Seattle A...

English: View of the entrance of the Seattle Art Museum on First Avenue, downtown Seattle, Washington. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I Want You is an art magazine published and designed by Dumb Eyes design studio in Seattle, Washington, and published quarterly in full color, large format (9.95 x 13.5 inches) limited print edition with an expanded online edition.  Each page of the print edition consists of a single large format images from a series of each artist’s work and a url that leads you to their feature on iwantyoumagazine.com

I Want You magazine features a broad range of artists from around the world. I Want You magazine is looking for submissions–they request a link to your art or uploaded jpeg images of your work via a form on their site.

I Want You magazine is a free publication. Each print edition is limited to 1,000 copies and available at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Seattle Art Museum, and several other international locations in South America, Europe and Japan.

If you can’t pick one up, you can Order a free copy and only pay the shipping fee–order here