Unseen at the WUHO Gallery: The exhibition seeks images


unseen at the WUHO Gallery

NO ENTRY FEE – submit work via email

*Open to all photographers, working in all mediums and styles*

NO ENTRY FEE – Submit up to THREE images made in the last two years as 300DPI JPGs via email to zoneV@woodburyuniversity.edu. Files should be labeled with Artist’s First and Last Name, Underscore, Image Title. (ex: JaneDoe_Bluesky.jpg) Film and video pieces will also be considered, and artists will submit a link to view the work (either a YouTube, Vimeo or URL).

In the body of your email please include Your Name, the Title of Each piece, the File Name of each piece, Size of artwork, medium, and date. Please include your Name, Contact Phone #, Contact Mailing Address, Email Address, and Website URL (if applicable) in the body of your email. EX: Jane Doe, “Blue Sky”, JaneDoe_Bluesky.jpg, 20×20″, chromogenic print, 2012


Allison Schulnik’s impasto paintings come to life


Allison Schulnik’s impasto paintings come to life! The artist takes her work off the canvas and into 3D work, then flattens again to video.

allison schulnik, big money head, 2008, oil on...

allison schulnik, big money head, 2008, oil on canvas (Photo credit: PinkMoose)

Mound by Allison Schulnik from garaco taco on Vimeo.



Use Hotglue To Easily Create An Awesome Image Gallery of Your Art

HOTGLUE content manipulation system from hotglue on Vimeo.

Hotglue is a simple, easy to use visual tool for creating webpages directly in your web browser. You can create an online gallery for your art using Hotglue.  NO PROGRAMING SKILLS NEEDED. It’s free.


With Hotglue’s features you can do the following: – direct visual editing of web-pages
– freehand composition of elements; text, pictures and video
– native video support (HTML5 video)
– rich text editing tools; size, spacing, style and weight – layering of elements
– transparency of any element (not flash embeds)
– automatic image resizing while keeping the original intact
– drag-and-drop of elements directly from desktop into web-browser
– one-click embedding of other web-site using iframe
– one-click embedding of YouTube and Vimeo videos
– revisions browser; you can revert the time!
– use basic HTML and JavaScript in text-blocks to do funky stuff
– modules; extend functionality DIY

You can have your own domain and hosting or you can use Hotglue’s server for free!

Make Space Art Blog Looking For New Work

Out of Space and Time

Image via Wikipedia

Make Space is a Chicago Illinois, USA, artist run blog dedicated to showing new work in all mediums. Make Space continually updates artist features, studio visits, interviews and other in-depth conversations about artists work. The purpose of the Make Space blog is to create dialogue through further investigation.

Please send 5-10 images of your art, short bio and a link to your website or blog, to: submit@make-space.net

For video work please send a link to your Vimeo or YouTube video.