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Group Exhibition
Philadelphia / Tri-State Artists Equity Association
Industrial and Cultural Heritage
Herbert Hermans
Nature on the Go
Carole K. Boyd
lonely structures
La Roque photography
Tribute to the Great Masters
Tatiana McWethy
Aegean Echoes
Helene Steene
Naked Porcelain...Splat on the Wall!
Joan Rosenberg-Dent
Spaces in Between
Yousef A.
Elena Gastón Nicolás
NORA's Gallery
Nora Komoroczki (artist name: Mano)
Beauty of Colors
Amarnath Viswanath
Photography Competition #AS_MyNewWorld
Anna Steinhouse
A Folded Flag Foundation Show
Rock Creek Cattle Company and Pashia Paintings
Creating in Quarantine
Crystal Moll Gallery
Recent Flower Images
Wally Gilbert
Lead Us Not
Tat Supreme
"The Keeper Of Lost Dreams"
Luana Stebule
Sucsan's Art
Charles Sucsan
Life Amused
LBernbaum Art Gallery

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40 winners: Free presentation in the 4th issue of World Wide Art Magazine Up to 10 images can be selected!

1st Prize: Front Cover
2nd Prize: Back cover
3rd Prize: Frontispiece

World Wide Art Magazine is published only online and is sent free to 235,000 readers, among whom are 30,000 gallery owners, 125,000 art fans, 8,500 art dealers, 45,000 art collectors and 20,000 art organizations. The magazine is also promoted through Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. The total audience reached is approximately 450,000 readers.

With the ongoing worldwide coronavirus epidemic, the World Wide Art magazine is a great way for artists to showcase their art all over the world.

Publication: October, 2020

All media are accepted

Participation fee $15 per image

Deadline for entries: September 21, 2020

  • Painting & 2-dimensional mixed media
  • Sculpture & 3-dimensional mixed media
  • Photography
  • Collage
  • Painting
  • Digital Art
  • Photography digitally Manipulated
  • MIxed Media
  • Other

Gallery News

Barney Ogola (Creative designer)

Barney Ogola (Creative designer)
Visit Expo https://lysdorart.blogspot.com/p/barney-ogolla-creative-designer.html

JoAnne Artman Gallery, Presents: John “CRASH” Matos: CELEBRATING 45 YEARS

Over his 45 year career, CRASH’s work has engaged with environments on a huge scale - ranging from his early murals on the sides of NYC subway trains in the 70’s to commissions at the Bowe... <a href='/gallery_posts#gallery_post_778'>more &rarr;</a>


Dear Romanian Artist,

We would like to draw your attention to our event: SHOW YOUR ART ROMANIA. Please visit our Website and take a look. Let me know if this is something you want to do... <a href='/gallery_posts#gallery_post_772'>more &rarr;</a>

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Artist News


Nature is very important like Heidegger write and also Stiegler. All the Philosopher likes Nature. Greeks contemplate the Nature. In the paint there is an Betulla a tree love by Heidegger. Is the cleaner of Heidegger.

Tokyo - Shibuya Station

Tokyo - Shibuya station - 2020 September 14 - 20 - Edition III
Patrick Joosten présent avec Daisy.

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A New Nudes in Nature Image Set - Arabella in Colour

Amazilia has just published a new On-Line Exhibition of 11 colour images created with the versatile fine art nude model Arabella. The images are all shot in natural settings in the beautiful... <a href='/artist_posts#artist_post_2597'>more &rarr;</a>

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Artavita Latest News


Winners: to exhibit free with Artavita at Spectrum - Red Dot Miami, December 2 - 6, 2020

Clara de Bobes, "Lady Lobster"

Ilaria Arpino
"Aestas" (Summer)

"Persephone" (Spring)
"Khione" (Winter)
"Karpo" (Autumn)


Winners of the 39th Online Contest

1st prize: Nancie King Mertz. "Life in the Time of Covid"

2nd Prize: Thorsten Boehm, "Revelation"

3rd Prize: Dale M. Sumner. "Anything Would Help"


Albina Urbanek

Alan Mahood

Anand Manchiraju

Angela Keller

Ann Hamrick Burns

Anton Hoeger

Ariel Vargassal

Avrel Susan Menkes

Cher Pruys

Cristian Blei

Cynthia R. Dill

Dan Louth

Deborah Missoorten

Deborah Conn

Dragan Markovic Markus

Ed Huner

Enrico Tubertini

Eu Oy Chun

Femke Moedt

Georgina Brown

Herbert Hermans

Ian Anderson

Joey Schmidt-Muller

John Leben

Jon B. Paulsen

Jory Mason

Karen Ceolla Tylec

Kayla Griffin

Lisa Cody-Rapport

Lisa Mozzini-McDill

Luc Brun-Perasso

Luis Cruz Azaceta

Malcolm Smith

Margaret Levin-Oster

Maryse-Anne Couteau

Miguel Balbás

Miles Davis

Misha Fryč

Nikita Budkov

Paul Kenens

Peggy Stenmark

Peter Dreyfuss

R Mike Nichols

Rocio Villanueva

Roland Reinert

Roswitha Klotz

Sandra Manuila

Šárka Darton

Shermen Chu Seok Boon

Siem Joan Burger

Sinisha Kashawelski

Stephen Gary Frisk

Stephen Remick

Susan Reed

Timothy J Kitz

Tom Heflin

Tommy Fiendish


Winners of the 38th Online Contest - Free presentation in the 3rd issue of World Wide Art Magazine

1st Prize: Front Cover: Lisa Rickard, "Study for Canopus", painting

2nd Prize: Frontispiece: Christine Alfery, "Beach Sand", Painting

3rd Prize: Roland Reinert, "Illusion of Freedom", Painting

Other winners (In alphabetical order):

Angela Keller

Anita Beaty

Aristi Hadjisavva

Barry Smylie

Barbel Lätt

Birgit Stern

Charles Hildebrandt

Christine Ortbals

Dan Louth

Debbie Bakker

Diane Hoeptner

Éda Gyenis

Edmund Ian Grant

G. Pack

Gabriel Lavoie

Gyuhye Yeon

Ivan Iliev


James Ellison

Jan Teunissen

Jerry Venditti

Jim Grossman

Joseph Grenn

Loreta Hume

Lynn Johnson

Malina Friedrich

Monica Mendez

Pham An Hai

Ramón Rivas

Renata Bosnjak

Roza Janabayeva

Stefan Geissbuhler

Stephen Brehm

Susanne Middleberg

Tina Koufas-Eisbacher

Victoria Loeb

Victoria Udalova


Winner of the 37th Online Contest

Herbert Hermans: Free exhibition at Art San Diego of the painting

"Civic Hall, Town Hall Rotterdam"


Winners of the 36th Online Contest: Front and Back Covers and Premium Presentation of "Important World Artists" Volume 4

First Prize: Front Cover: "Sentius Tectonicus", Sculpture by Dr. John O'Rourke

Second Prize: Back Cover: "Blowin' in the Wind", painting by Roland Reinert

Third Prize: Premium Presentation: "Callisto", painting by Lisa Rickard


Winners of the 34th Online Contest: 4 works to be exhibited free at Artexpo New York, 23 - 26 April, 2020

Daniele Ament, "Birth"

Erberhard Marx, "Nordisches Apfelwerk I"

Mira DeMartino, "Aligned"

Nathalie Lapointe, "Jetlag"


Winner of the 33rd Online Contest: Joanna Tlok, exhibition of two works free at Spectrum Miami, 4 - 8 December 2019

"Special Occasion", oil on canvas

"In the Flower Shop", oil on canvas


Winners of the 32nd Contest: Front and Back Covers and Premium Presentation in International Contemporary Masters Volume 13

First Prize: Front Cover: "Confianza", by Susana Cicero 

Second Prize: Back Cover: "A Careful Wonder", by Annie Evans 

Third Prize: Premium Artist 4-Page Presentation: Gary Aagaard
"Blinded by Delight Redux"

"Giant on Holiday"

"God According to Voltaire"

"Spin Cycle"


Winner of the 31st Online Contest

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.


"Crescendo II"




Winners of the 30th Contest: Covers and frontispiece of "Current Masters" Volume 4

The three winning entries all had one surprising quality in common: all told a story. 

"Ma Nature Revisted", oil on canvas, is a magnificent political caricature in the Hogarthian tradition, "Starpolish" is a masterful surrealistic fairy-tale-like piece of digitally manipulated photography, and very unusually for an abstract painting, "Athens on Fire" transmits the searing atmosphere of a boiling hot heatwave better than any photograph could.

First Prize: Front Cover, "Ma Nature Revisted", by Gary Aagaard, oil on canvas

Second Prize: Back Cover, "Starpolish", by Elizabeth Ladwig, digitally manipulated photograph

Third Prize: Frontispiece, "Athens on Fire", by Larry Wolf, oil and mixed media on board


Winner of the 29th Contest: Nicholas Zalevsky

"Sorry Rembrandt!"

"The Stairway Where my Brother Fractured a Finger, Kiev"

"Morning at a Nursing Home"

"Life is Good"


The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego 2018

The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego October 2018 was a huge success.  We represented artwork by 26 master artists 

Lori Mole, Imai Atsushi, Teddy Lo, CLADJZZA, Marcia Raff, John Buonani, Armelle Rettmeyer-Boccard, Carmen Rantzuch-Doll, Yanika Anukulpun, Monique Heubel, Erna Klaus, Adam Würtz Jr., Nadja Petrovic, Anne Swan Moore, Carlyle Thompson, Anita Bjørbekk, Marianne Charlotte Mylonas-Svikovsky (Marlo), Elisa Grion, Viral Padiya, Herbert Hermans, Marie Anne Baron, Marcel Bastiaans, Olga Loschinina, Al Martinez, Anton Franz Hoeger, Wojciech Chechlinski (TUT)


The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego 2018

The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego October 2018 was a huge success. We represented artwork by 26 master artists 

Lori Mole, Imai Atsushi, Teddy Lo, CLADJZZA, Marcia Raff, John Buonani, Armelle Rettmeyer-Boccard, Carmen Rantzuch-Doll, Yanika Anukulpun, Monique Heubel, Erna Klaus, Adam Würtz Jr., Nadja Petrovic, Anne Swan Moore, Carlyle Thompson, Anita Bjørbekk, Marianne Charlotte Mylonas-Svikovsky (Marlo), Elisa Grion, Viral Padiya, Herbert Hermans, Marie Anne Baron, Marcel Bastiaans, Olga Loschinina, Al Martinez, Anton Franz Hoeger, Wojciech Chechlinski (TUT)


The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego 2018

The World Wide Art and Artavita Pavilion at Art San Diego October 2018 was a huge success.  We represented artwork by 26 master artists 

Lori Mole, Imai Atsushi, Teddy Lo, CLADJZZA, Marcia Raff, John Buonani, Armelle Rettmeyer-Boccard, Carmen Rantzuch-Doll, Yanika Anukulpun, Monique Heubel, Erna Klaus, Adam Würtz Jr., Nadja Petrovic, Anne Swan Moore, Carlyle Thompson, Anita Bjørbekk, Marianne Charlotte Mylonas-Svikovsky (Marlo), Elisa Grion, Viral Padiya, Herbert Hermans, Marie Anne Baron, Marcel Bastiaans, Olga Loschinina, Al Martinez, Anton Franz Hoeger, Wojciech Chechlinski (TUT)


Winners of the 28th Online Contest

Painting: Anton Hoeger, "Annunciation"

Other 2-Dimensional Media: Melissa Cole, "Koileidoscope"

Sculpture: Diana Fernandez, "Sailing Energies"

Photography: Amir Lavon, "Can Be Different"

Digital Art, Shu Yu, "Something Just Like This"


Winner of the 27th Online Contest: Anton Hoeger

"In Lovely Blueness"

"The Burden"


"The Yoke"


Winner of the 26th Online Contest: Maja Borowicz

"The Shadow of the Future"

"Fragility of Existence"

"The Trace of the Past"


Winner of the 25th Online Contest: Ishikawa Toshio

“Still life-wara”

Still life-kaiki”

“Still life-mawaru”



Winner of Artavita's 24th Online Contest: Julie Fisher

Prize: Exhibition of works free at Spectrum Miami, 6 - 10 December 2017




Important World Artists II is released!

Visit this link to view the book page by page: http://wwab.us/portfolio/iwa-2/ 

We are proud to release another great volume of our Art Anthologies, which are one of the most authoritative sources of noteworthy artists from all over the world and a great chronicle of the plastic fine arts worldwide in the 21st Century. 

Galleries looking for artists to exhibit can go through our books, select artists who meet the demands of their clientele and contact the artists directly for collaboration.

Collectors can find emerging artists to invest in or established artists to add to their collections.

Interior designers, art consultants and architects have in these books a unique sourcing tool for great art of all media and genres.

Artists who would like to apply for inclusion in the next volume, please contact us at info@wwab.us. Our books are juried and we select our artists painstakingly.

World Wide Art Promotion,INC

5533 Cathedral Oaks Rd

Santa Barbara 93111, CA

Tel +1 805 770 7136

Website: http://wwab.us/



It’s almost August and you might be searching for the perfect summer read.

Don’t worry. We got you covered ;)


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. 

View the magazine >>


Winner of Artavita's 23rd Online Art Contest: Tanya Ragir

Prize: to exhibit 4 works free at Art San Diego, 28 September - 1 October 2017

"Through the Fire"

"Leap of Faith"

"Progression of Four"



Circle: SPOTLIGHT Magazine

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. 


First prize in the 22nd Online Contest: Front cover of the book "Important World Artists" Volume 2

"The Kiss", Charla Maarschalk


Second prize in the 22nd Online Contest: Back cover of the book "Important World Artists" Volume 2

"Self Observer", Mariana Peirano


Third prize in the 22nd Online Contest: Frontispiece of the book "Important World Artists" Volume 2

"Cosmogony: Origin of the Universe", Emi Haze


Artavita on Entertainment Vine

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/


Artist of the Month April 2017

Painting & 2-Dimensional Media:

"Fata Morgana", by Herbert Hermans


Artist of the Month April 2017

Sculpture & 3-Dimensional Media: 

"Memories", by Christos Eliades


Artist of the Month April 2017

Photography & Digital Art: 

"Dark Waters", by Robert Perriam


Artist of the Month March 2017

Painting & 2 dimensional mixed media: 
"In Lovely Blueness", by Anton Hoeger


Artist of the Month March 2017

Sculpture & 3-Dimensional Mixed Media:

"Cut 77" by Alexander Saner


Artist of the Month March 2017

Photography & Digital Art:
"Like Books", by Pestarino Roberto


Artist of the Month February 2017

Painting and 2-Dimensional Media: "Escuela Santa María de Iquique" by Roxana Werner


Artist of the Month February 2017

Sculpture and 3-Dimensional Media: "Whirling Lady" by Pasquale Vaira


Artist of the Month February 2017

Photography and Digital Art: "Tai Chi" by Shelley Lake


Artist of the Month January 2017

Painting and two-dimensional media:
Nicholas Zalevsky, "Crucifixion"


Artist of the Month January 2017

Sculpture and three-dimensional media:
Madeleine Lord, "Protest"


Artist of the Month January 2017

Photography and digital art:
Dr Martin Raskovsky, "Las Palmeras III"


Winner of the 21st Online Contest: Yulia Altas

"Fall in Love"


Winner of the 21st Online Contest: Yulia Altas

"All Dreams Come True"


Winner of the 21st Online Contest: Yulia Altas

"Spring is Coming"



First Prize: Front Cover: 

Federico Pisciotta, "Without Religion"

Second Prize: Back Cover:

Bernhard Witsch, "Backside"

Special Prize: Frontispiece:

Nicholas H. Teetelli, "Lollipop III"


Current Masters 2: Art Book Launch!

Out now, Volume 2 of the Current Masters Series by World Wide Art Books. This contemporary art anthology contains the remarkable art from over 120 international artists from over 15 countries. 
From painting and mixed media, to photography, sculpture and performance this book is not only a great source for art professionals looking for fresh art, but also a great inspiration to the dedicated art lover. 

Published artists in Current Masters Volume 2, by World Wide Art Books. 

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 


Mike Shultis at Diane Rosenstein, LA


James Turrell at Pace Gallery, NYC



Installation view of “Judy Blame: Never Again,” 2016, at Institute of Contemporary Arts Londo

Through September 4th, 2016.

Judy Blame: Never Again” is on view at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London through Sunday, September 4. The solo exhibition presents work by the British accessories designer, art director, and fashion stylist.


Currently at Musée d'Orsay, Paris

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. 


KNOWN UNKNOWNS at Saatchi Gallery

Anne Speier - Untitled

2014 Collage: watercolor, pencil, crayon, ink, 

watercolorpaper, laser prints, fixative, uv protect varnish frame: walnut, foam board 171.5 x 147.5 x 5 cm

Upcoming Show at Saatchi gallery with a group of over 30 international artists


Currently at Agora Gallery

Dynamic Visions 

The works in Dynamic Visions seem to both challenge us to analyze their effect and invite us to immerse ourselves in their stimulating and often ingenious vision of life. Each piece appears to contain a whole world of lively possibility that bears a strong relation to what we know, yet almost transcends the understood, taking us along for the ride. 


Marten & Oopjen at RIJKSMUSEUM

Rembrandt Portraits of Marten & Oopjen
July 2 2016 to October 2 2016 at RIJKSMUSEUM in Amsterdam

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), Portrait of Marten Soolmans , 1634. Oil on canvas, 210 x 135 cm. Acquired by the Dutch State for the Rijksmuseum / Portrait of Oopjen Coppit, 1634 Oil on canvas, 210 x 133 cm. Acquired by the French Republic for the Musée du Louvre

Early this year the two Rembrandt portraits were bought together by the Netherlands and France, a unique event. From 2 July to 2 October 2016 Marten & Oopjen will have a place of honour alongside The Night Watch. The paintings will then be restored at the Rijksmuseum. Rembrandt painted the marriage portraits of the newly-weds Marten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppit in Amsterdam in 1634, when he was twenty-eight. The portraits, more than two metres high, remained in private hands for almost four centuries. Wim Pijbes, General Director Rijksmuseum: What no one thought possible is now reality: the most wanted and least exhibited Rembrandts in the world, in the Louvre and the Rijksmuseum in turn, in the public domain and within everyone’s reach


Les plus beaux livres suisses 2015 at Centre Culturel Swiss in PARIS

September 23 through December 4th 2016.

Le concours « Les plus beaux livres suisses » est un instrument de soutien au design, qui récompense et encourage le graphisme de qualité dans le domaine du livre. Il est ouvert aux concepteurs graphiques, éditeurs et imprimeurs. Un jury international, actuellement sous la présidence de Gilles Gavillet, du bureau Norm, a attribué cette année des prix à 18 ouvrages dont « 30 ans à Paris » publié par le Centre culturel suisse à l’occasion de son trentième anniversaire. Ludovic Balland, graphiste du livre, est également lauréat du prix Jan Tschichold.

Vernissage en présence de Mirjam Fischer, membre du jury et responsable des publications aux Museum für Gestaltung de Zurich.


Paula Modersohn-Becker at MAM Paris

An Intensely Artistic Eye 

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


Magritte At Centre Pompidou, Paris

René Magritte, Le Double Secret, 1927Huile sur toile — 114 × 162 cm© Coll. Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne — Photo © Georges Meguerditchian © ADAGP, Paris 2016
September 21, 2016 ? January 23, 2017
The exhibition Magritte: La trahison des images offers a completely new approach to the work of the Belgian artist René Magritte. Featuring both well-known masterpieces and other less familiar works, all drawn from leading public and private collections, it offers a fresh look at one of the key figures of Modern art


Winner of the 19th Online Artavita Contest: D.O.M., "Make a wish, no regrets."


Winner of the 19th Online Artavita Contest: D.O.M., "To have not to hold"


Artavita Gallery at Art Expo New York

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. 


Artavita Contest 18 Winner

A big thanks to all the artists who participated in the 18th Online Artavita Contest. 
Browse the contest to view all entries. 



The World Wide Art and Artavita Gallery 
at Art Expo New York April 14-17 2016 at Pier 94

The 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 


Winner of Artavita's Contest #17

Noemi Safir Dolev won first place in the Artavita 17th Contest. 
Noemi will exhibit at the Artavita/World Wide Art pavilion at ART EXPO New York in April 2016. 


Book Launch at the SNMFA

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/

Congrats to all the participating artists!


Visit us in MIAMI

Come and enjoy great art at the 

World Wide Art and Artavita Gallery at Spectrum Miami
December 2-6 2015, Midtown Miami

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 


Current Masters: A new edition by World Wide Art Books

A new, exciting edition by World Wide Art Books. 

Current Masters 1 represents the work of remarkable contemporary artists from around the world. The book will be published in December 2015. Purchase a copy at www.wwab.us



Katrin Alvarez is the Winner of the latest contest and will exhibit with us at Art Expo New York. 
Visit the artist's website at http://www.katrin-alvarez.de to find more about this talented painter.  

Katrin Alvarez (born in Güstrow) is a qualified legal expert and editor. She has published several surrealistic satires and a novel. Her paintings, which can be assigned to the fantastic realism, have already been exhibited in Israel, Canada, Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, the U.S. and China.


Artavita Artists Exhibiting at World Wide Art LA

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 


Winner of the 12th Contest

Erin Hanson is the Winner of 12th Contest

Winning works:
"Crystal Hills"
"Layers of Monterey"
"Scarlet Pines"

Born in Portland, Oregon in 1981, Erin Hanson was raised in Southern California's Mojave Desert. It wasn’t until Hanson moved to Las Vegas to rock climb at Red Rock Canyon, however, that Hanson’s style was consolidated by a single inspiration and force of nature.

Visit the artist's website https://www.erinhanson.com to view more of her mesmerizing works.


Winner of the 11th Contest

Naz Perver Weich is the Winner of 11th Contest

Winning works:

"The Reader"
"Windy Day"


‘It’s all about capturing what the eye cannot see, but what the mind knows is there! When I paint, it’s not so much about the subject matter. It’s about movement, the movement that is always there. I want to capture that movement, show it thorough lines and colour, express how it changes and influences the energy that is always surrounding us.’ 

Visit the artists website for more info



Winner of the 10th Contest

Jon B. Paulsen

Winning Images: 
"The Trespasser"
"Dead Ringer"
"Beneath the Facade"


Winner of the 9th Contest

Douglas Balentine


Winning images:
"Cargo II"


Prestigious Art Publication

World Wide Art Books

Since 2000, World Wide Art Books, Inc. has been publishing and distributing art books around the world to galleries, agencies, art directors, interior designers, consultants, museums and other art enthusiasts. With "International Contemporary Masters" and "Current Masters" open to submissions, now is your chance to apply to be included in one of these leading juried publications.



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