Old, Bold, & In the Grass - there is nothing more powerful, spiritual than nature - peaceful or angry. Especially now during our pandemic. Show us your best of nature. Enter here.
Submit your art for "Old, Bold, & In the Grass" This exhibit will be in on view in our main gallery 09/18/2020 through 10/16/2020 with opening weekends instead of an opening night due to Covid-19 safety concerns.
Details: Artwork must be created in last 2 years
Fee: $30 due only for accepted work
Deadline: 9/7/2020 5PM
Featured in Art Saint Louis’ “This Moment” virtual exhibit: Kathy Corey, St. Louis, MO. “Luffing.” 2020. Oil on Canvas, 24”x 20” unframed. $800. Or as metal print $320.
Artist’s statement: “My art is inspired by my heritage and love of the sea. “Luffing” is a time to change course and let the wind fill the sails.”
I am excited to share Art Saint Louis "This Moment Artist Series" interview with Kathy Corey.
About the artist: Originally from Key West, a descendant of seafarers, adventure seekers, and rapscallions lured by the ocean, my art is inspired by my heritage and love of the sea. I spend as much time as possible near the water. I learned long ago there are times to change course and let the wind fill the sails. My work is inspired by nature's glory, the vastness and power of the ocean, and all things therein. The ever-changing sky with its grandeur of colors, clouds, and space take my breath away. My whole life I have had a passion for art. I recall as a young child my mother putting butcher paper on the walls of my room because my sister and I drew everywhere. Read more: http://artstlouis.blogspot.com/2020/08/this-moment-artist-q-series-two.html
by Tomi's Art Studio
The Indigenous people of Australia have been storytellers for over 60,000 years. One important way they pass on their stories is through their artwork. Using a pattern of dots and symbols their stories unfold. The Aborigines are very connected to the earth and the spiritual world, that connection is known as “Dreamtime.” The creation of the world, all the creatures and humans are created in Dreamtime. It is a religion and a philosophy that is an integral part of their artwork.
Let’s make our own Aboriginal-inspired artwork!
Go to Tomi's Art Studio for Step-by-Step Instructions to create your own Aboriginal Inspired Masterpiece.
Hey artists, Check out the latest call for art. Deadline is quickly approaching 8/24/2020.
A NATIONAL CALL FOR ART, ALL MEDIA
Open to all artists, aged 18 or older, residing in the US
Entry Deadline: 8/24/2020
Entry Fee: $15.00 for 2 images, $5 for each additional image for a total of 10 images
Apply at Call for Art:
EXHIBITION DATES: September 15- October 31
Webster Arts invites art submissions for our summer exhibit, RED! Artists are encouraged to interpret the theme broadly. Works depicting the color red, emotions, anger, love, etc. How do you respond to RED? No floor or ceiling hung installations are possible at this time. No video. Call or email if uncertain. Online exhibition only.
Welcome to B Extraordinaire Gallery, A Place for Artists to Share Art.