Artists who are recognized as experts usually have a niche to focus on. They become a specialist in an area of their choosing.
Visual artists in any medium who would like to be considered as a featured artist on Artsy Shark may submit an application until January 11, 2016.
Show your best art. When presenting a whole portfolio, you will be judged on the weakest piece of work that you have.
For many people who have reached their goals and been blessed with success, gratification comes not through more conquest, but through helping others.
An artist statement, like all promotion, is a frame through which the artwork is seen. It is a guideline, a means of orienting the viewer.
Art collectors, art consultants and art buyers who are judges will usually be more conservative and “safe” in their evaluations and selections, as this is how they buy and collect art.
I’d like to invite readers to consider submitting their art to either or both of these upcoming competitions.
If you are entering a professional level competition, it is in your best interest to have your own personal website that is up to date.
Art as a healing energy is no longer an experience reserved for practicing artists.
Guest blogger Mickey Bond offer a comprehensive look at types of art calls, and what you need to know to respond to them.
The language of art calls is stilted because curators, gallery owners, art center administrators and university professors are using specific forms to announce calls for work.
Your submission only has to do with what will visually appeal to the jury.
The deadline is coming up fast for the NICHE Awards – a celebration of the best work in fine craft mediums. Don’t miss your opportunity to apply.
We want to know: What show do you think art fair shoppers should not miss?