Innocence is defined as being without corruption, guile, or guilt, or worldly sophistication, but also it defines a time in life of joy and naivete. It’s the embodiment of purity, of virginity, and freedom from blame. Most innocence from children fades with time and experience, but watching the innocent play joyfully and candidly is a soulful experience. Where is your innocence? Where is your inner child? Is it in the past? Is in the present? Is it in politics? Is it in culture? Does innocence make our world better? Or worse? In this call for entries we are asking for the artist’s interpretation of innocence.Read More →
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Fragmented art, whether it be collages, abstracts, splintered art, or fractured art allows the viewer to see what the artist sees, in pieces woven together in a mosaic to narrate a story or a perception. It’s an abstract way of thinking, breaking down perspective into finite relative pieces. It makes no sense at first, and yet, it makes the ultimate sense. In this international art call we are asking for the artist’s interpretation of fragmented art.Read More →
Animals. They are our innocents, our beasts, our wild. They are caged, they are hunted, they are tamed, they are dissected, and they are forgiving. In this call for artists, we ask artists to depict the beauty and majesty of our wild beings, animals.Read More →
Movement in visual art is actually very hard to depict. Motion is not something given to the flat medium. However, when we are able to represent motion it tends to blur or flutter. Our human brains can interpret it in a visceral way, sweetly. In this art call please create motion, blur, or gesture to show the challenge of movement.Read More →
Flowers surround us and give us beauty in life. Their delicate nature makes us realize the fragility of life as well. They are interpreted in a plethora of botanical art throughout art history. Your perspective of flowers or all flora, including non-flowering plants, can tell us how you perceive floral life. In Flower Power, we want to see the artist’s view of flowers.Read More →
What a year! We have often asked ourselves during this tumultuous year the question from the great Pixies song, “Where is My Mind?” In this call for entries we want to know where is your mind? Is it way out there?
Show us your best interpretation of your mind right now in an abstract way.Read More →