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Likeness, a simulation of a person or animal or thing. A portrait. An interpretation. A representation of form or shape or simlarity. Give us your interpretation of likeness.
DEADLINE FOR THIS CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: September 21, 2016Read More →
Americana, a broad term, as in all things American. America is wide in experience, size and interpretation, in a small amount of history and yet, historically brilliant. In this open art call we want to see your interpretation of Americana. For everybody, America is something different. We want yours. Is it the Wild West? Is it the time of the American Revolution? The Cold Ware? The 60’s? Is it the political realm, currently taking over the world? Is it the original Americans? Is it our abuses? Is it our triumphs? Is it our leaders? Or is it simply one American you admire? In this open art call we want to see your interpretation of Americana.Read More →
Reflection is defined as “The throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it.” But it’s more than that. It’s the contemplation of the spirit and mind. It’s the light that bounces back into us and the darkness. It’s the thing that all sensation and thought evolves from. In this call for submissions we want to see your reflections, your take on all surfaces, whether physical, spiritual or intellectual.Read More →
We are defined by our movements through life, whether it is our own movement or our witnessing of movement unfolding before us. Capturing the essence of movement through a still medium is often a tricky one. In this open call, we want to see your art capturing a sense of movement.Read More →
We encounter patterns in our everyday lives, ranging from the clothes we wear, the products we use and the architecture around us. Patterns can be man made or occur naturally and can hold deep meaning or be simply decorative. In this call for submissions we want to see your creative approach in portraying patterns!Read More →