Artavita is holding a contest for the three most powerful works of art giving expression to the new epoch in which we find ourselves. The world has abruptly changed. It is a desperate time, but also there is hope. Our perspectives have changed in ways that few could have imagined just three months ago, and we have to get used to seeing things in a completely different way. There are important conclusions to be drawn for the very future of humanity.
We believe that art is one of the most important ways human beings can give expression to their perceptions, their hopes, their fears and to visions and goals for the future.
To this end, Artavita will award what we consider to be the three most compelling and thought-provoking artworks themed on this new epoch. The entries do not have to be narrowly associated with the actual disease. They can focus on emotions, hopes, fears, dreams, even prospects for the future. They can be concrete or abstract.
We will display the winning works and the following 21 runners up in a virtual exhibition in the new Virtual Exhibitions section of the Artavita website, and also on social media. The three winners will also be featured in “Current Masters” Volume V, the next book to be published by World Wide Art Books, this coming October.
All media are accepted
Participation fee $15 per image
Deadline for entries extended to: July 7, 2020
Upload as many images as you like.
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Herbert Hermans: Free exhibition at Art San Diego of the painting
First Prize: Front Cover: "Sentius Tectonicus", Sculpture by Dr. John O'Rourke
Daniele Ament, "Birth"
"Special Occasion", oil on canvas
First Prize: Front Cover: "Confianza", by Susana Cicero
The winner, to exhibit 4 works free at Art San Diego, was Kathryn Poch, with four powerful impressionistic seascapes. Art San Diego will take place from 10 - 13 October at the San Diego Convention Center in downtown San Diego, and Artavita will have a large pavilion there.
The three winning entries all had one surprising quality in common: all told a story.
The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego October 2018 was a huge success. We represented artwork by 26 master artists
Painting: Anton Hoeger, "Annunciation"
"In Lovely Blueness"
"The Shadow of the Future"
Prize: Exhibition of works free at Spectrum Miami, 6 - 10 December 2017
It’s almost August and you might be searching for the perfect summer read.
Don’t worry. We got you covered ;)
THE JULY ISSUE OF SPOTLIGHT MAGAZINE IS HERE.
Leaf through the digital magazine page-by-page on our website, to discover our latest member artists and explore a handpicked selection of remarkable art.
Order your high-quality print copies today and enjoy a relaxing and inspiring read under that hot August sun!
Published by Circle Foundation for the Arts.
Prize: to exhibit 4 works free at Art San Diego, 28 September - 1 October 2017
Visit circle-arts.com and leaf through the pages of Circle: Spotlight Magazine to explore this month's Affiliate Artists. Discover a handpicked selection of remarkable art worth collecting and click on any artist's name to read even more about their career. Read the e-magazine and order your print copies directly to your address of choice.
"Self Observer", Mariana Peirano
A Great feature of Artavita and interview with our directors, Thomas and Design Tunberg. Check it out! http://www.entertainmentvine.com/online/2017/05/promoting-art-and-inspiring-creativity-an-interview-with-thomas-tunberg-of-artavitaworld-wide-art/
Painting & 2-Dimensional Media:
Sculpture & 3-Dimensional Media:
Photography & Digital Art:
Sculpture & 3-Dimensional Mixed Media:
Painting and 2-Dimensional Media: "Escuela Santa María de Iquique" by Roxana Werner
Sculpture and 3-Dimensional Media: "Whirling Lady" by Pasquale Vaira
Photography and Digital Art: "Tai Chi" by Shelley Lake
"Fall in Love"
"All Dreams Come True"
"Spring is Coming"
D.O.M. , Eva-Marie Hild , Rajnita Jain, Nicholas H. Teetelli, / Aalto-Annala, Maria-Liisa / Aghzout, Abdelkhalek / Akpata, Francis \ Alahmadi, Ahmad \ Akotuah, Vera \ Al-Ghadban, Najeebah \ Arico, Luigi / Ben Zakour Zouabi, Habiba / Angelelli, Stefania / Archer, James / Arnbäck, Marianne / Beam, Ann / Baashus, Rune / Beattie, Lorraine / Beccegato, Leonardo / Bergman Pantirer, Nancy / Bernhard, John / Bollini Bonazza, Cesare / Brügger, Erwin / Bzdzikot, Aleksandra / Boucaud, Alex / Butt Ayaz, Shafqat / Collier, Betty / Copenhaver, Amanda / Folkan, Gro / Chavarro Avila, Ariel / Chin, Lolita / Flaub / Fonseca, Carmen F. / Ford, Mark James / Frey, Gabriel / Gauya, Serge / Gutierrez, Elena / Iraqi, Mohammed Rachid / Franko, Urban / Fu, Wenjun / Fulton, Gwen / Gagnan, Marie-Noëlle / Golletz, Terry / Govoni, Devon / Green, David / Helbing, Markus / Holznecht, Stephanie / Jossier, Patrick \ Jurisich, John \ Ko, Yuni / Käller, Mimmi / Kline, Sandy / Korotky, Yvonne / Kratz, Ai-Wen Wu \ Lagana, Antonella \ Moltchanoph, Nikolay \ Nagy Saar, Erzsebet \ Lambert, Patricia \ Lark, Lisbet \ Last, Bea \ Lorenz, Brigitte \ Mantel, Zuzana \ Martinelli, Maria Margherita \ Mccollough, Susan N. \ Meytras, Christine \ Moore, Barbara \ Muehlethaler, Nikolas \ Nahoul, Vanessa \ Otterbach, Verena \ Perez, George\ Perkovic, Stjepan \ Poole, Rj \ Pham, Hai \ Plaskett, Daniel \ Px Rh (Ryosuke Hayamitsu) \ Schapiro, Angela P. \ Rena T. \ Roth, Katharina \ Ruspoli, Francesco \ Sandell, Ginger Anne \ Sedlar, Miro \ Saurine, Robyn \ Schoepper, Ursa \ Seegert, Christian \ Sigler, Terry \ Sewell Sigvaldi, Mel \ Sebo \ Thompson, Antwan J. \ Webber, Louise\ Spiff, William \ Straub, Alex \ Teetelli, Loren \ Teetelli, Nicholas H. \ Thompson, Debra \ Thorburn, Juliet \ Thurber, Anna \ Torchez Aka Adriana Torres \ Touchstone, Izzy \ Valentini, Ferdinando \ Valera, Natalia \ Van Der Leeden, Marc \ Walters, Christine \ Whiting, Charles \ Zorrilla, Andriana
Installation view of “Judy Blame: Never Again,” 2016, at Institute of Contemporary Arts Londo
Charles GleyreThe Deluge© Clémentine Bossard, Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne
To date, France has never devoted a solo exhibition to Charles Gleyre. Yet he was a major figure in academy painting in Paris in the mid-nineteenth century. For a long time, given the smooth perfection of his facture and his subject matter, mostly taken from mythology, he was taken for a cold, conventional esthete blind to the revolutions of his time.
Despite a brief career – a mere ten years – this artist has left us an extremely rich legacy, revealed in this exhibition by some one hundred paintings and drawings. In addition, excerpts from letters and diaries provide an understanding of the intimate link between her art and her personal life
René Magritte, Le Double Secret, 1927
The World Wide Art + Artavita gallery booth at ART EXPO NEW YORK in April 2016 was met with great success. Thanks to all the visitors and participating artists.
Elena Abessinova | Marie Akerlund | Vera Akotuah | Najeebah Al-Ghadban | Mary Bechtol | Jenny Bennett | Natalia Bragina | Zach Christopher | Wendy Cohen | Sheelagh Cross | Romolo Del Deo | Michael Doherty | Sinikka Elfving | Katherine Gallagher | Rigulio Graak | Ryosuke Hayamitsu | Eva-Maria Hild | Steven Istvan Hum | Amy Ishida | Annette Johnerfelt | Mimmi Kaller | Su Knoll Horty | Yuni Ko | Daria Krasilnikova | Morton Lancaster | Ovidiu Lebejoara | AC Lindner | Macey Lipman | Zuzana Mantel | Nadja Meffert | Rebecca Perehudoff | Martine Mongrain | Barbara Moore | Derek Morgan | Andreas Murauer | Vanessa Nahoul | Verena Otterbach | Amalia Padilla Gregg | Roberto Octavio Portillo Georgge | Delsy Rubio | Noemi Safir Dolev | Ginger Sandell | Francesco Sandrelli | Sonia Serpil Aslan | Ji Young Shim | Fernando Silva | William Spiff | Lilian Storino | May Talhouk | Annette Tan | Tamara Tarasiewicz | Carlyle Thompson | Adriana Torres | Izzy Touchstone | Fernando Valentini | Veronique Vallet | Veronica Villareal Sada | Dimitra Viveli | Michele Voigt | Felizitas Wermes | Rebecca Whitehead | Adriana Zorrilla
The launch exhibition for International Contemporary Masters vol. 10 by World Wide Art Books took place January 20, at the Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Arts in Las Vegas. All artists in the book were invited to exhibit and the show was met with great success. Read more here: http://wwab.us/blog/exhibitions/
Come and enjoy great art at the
Featuring works by
Marie Akerlund | Steven Barger | Mary Bechtol | Adam Clement | Sinikka Elfving | Rigulio Graak | Amalia Padilla de Gregg | Sarvin Haghighi | Eva-Marie Hild | Sherry Junejo | Ai-Wen Wu Kratz | Shoko Kitahara | Tomoko Kobayashi | Wendy Layne | Lisa Levasseur | A.C. Lindner | Hedy Maimann Nadja Meffert | Tanja Milbourne | Aiko Mizutani | Sanna Myrttinen | Kimiko Nagano | Vanessa Nahoul Serio | Tokihiko Nakajima | Hiroaki Ogasawara | Miwako Omori | Stefan Petrunov | Greg Pitts | Anna Reber | Erzsebet Nagy Saar | Francesco Sandrelli | Ursa Schoepper | Patricia Secco | Akemi Shibuya | Juan Fernando Silva | Lidia Teixeira | Michele Voigt | Rebecca Whitewood
A new, exciting edition by World Wide Art Books.
This years World Wide Art LA International Fine Art Show will be exhibiting the below Artavita Member Artists. You can view all the artists images directly on this site right now and in person on Oct. 16th to the 19th at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Art Venti | Boutia Moshiri | Christine Heitler | Christina Clodomir | Claudia Grimm | Daisuke Ujuan | Daniela Cortez | Fugen Bas | Halima Doua | Hanan Hanae | Jon Wolter | Jon Boe Paulsen | Josefina Temin | Karen Salicath Jamali | Kyunglim Lee | Lisa Levasseur | Marilena Rango | Oleg Sergeev | Rosie Longhi de Bouard | Sebastian Magnani | Sinikka Elfving | Siro Dalle Nogare | Tony Hertz | Ulla Wobst | Yona Lee (Hyun-a Lee) | Josefina Temin | Lisa Levasseur