In these confusing times what our souls and society need are meditation, quiet reflection and a good dose of namaste. In this call for artists we would like to see your interpretation of peace. Namaste.Read More →
Let’s celebrate the life of the plants and flowers that surround us and remind us of this precious earth. From the minute to the large…our lives depend on the flowering of our world. This call for entries is for all plant life, not just flowers. Show us your best floral artwork.Read More →
The study of movement in art is historical and a paradox. How can you study motion in a still art form? You figure it out. We’ll watch and enjoy it. Give us your best study about motion, blur or movement in still art.
Water, whether we acknowledge it or not, is our everything. It’s what we’re made of, what we need to survive, what calms us, and what makes up most of our earth. It’s also what we tend to obsess about in art from oceanscapes to lakeside images to swimming pools to the water that makes up our bodies. It’s so inclusive that everyone knows what the chemical name is, H2O, two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen. In this H2O open art call we want to see your best artwork about water.Read More →
There are entire worlds happening on a smaller level than you can actually see or comprehend. When you open your eyes to it and really see it, you begin to understand that our universe is larger on so many levels. Zoom In is a call for artists who can get close up in a macro sort of way to help the viewer understand what lies beneath and within. In this call for entries we ask that you submit your best art that takes us into that other world.Read More →
We, as humans, favor beauty. Beauty is a common open art call. We love it. But there is a contrast, and even a similarity to something or somebody ugly. Ugliness is a part of life, and sometimes to just embrace ugly artistically and emotionally an artist can find truth and acceptance, and beauty in everything. In this open art call we want to see your version of ugly, which may be beauty. It’s all subjective and it always enlightens. Read More →