30.03.19

ARC GALLERY CHICAGO--FRAYED: FIBER BEYOND CRAFT--CALL FOR ENTRIES

Fiber works — from embroidery, stitching and sewing, to weaving and felting— have, throughout history, been relegated to the genre of craft and to ‘women’s work.’ Since the late sixties and early seventies, however, the women’s movement has broken through that pigeonhole, as many talented artists turned to Fiber as a form of expression that extended way beyond Craft. As ARC calls for work that uses Fiber as a seminal aspect of expression, we look to further “fray” the boundaries of this evocative medium. Exhibit dates: Wed. June 26, 2019 – Sat. July 20, 2019 Juror: Jade Yumang Deadline May 11 Here is the link for the application form and prospectus: https://arcgallery.wufoo.com/forms/frayed-fiber-beyond-craft-at-arc-gallery-chicago/

Frayed

Posted by ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation

01.03.19

MARIA KORPORAL (VISUAL ARTIST)

Current exhibition on Lys d'Or: Maria Korporal (visual artist) - All images: https://lysdorart.wixsite.com/lysdor

Maria Korporal (visual artist)

Posted by Lys d'Or

12.02.19

CALL FOR ARTISTS DREAMTIME

Call for artists DREAMTIME “ What we see and what we seem are but a dream, a dream within a dream” Picnic at Hanging Rock “We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep” William Shakespeare Collective exhibition dedicated to the dreams, to the metaphysical vision of life Free submission open to types of Art: painting, sculpture, video, digital, photography, music, poetry… Selected works will be permanently documented online on the art web gallery Lys d’Or Number of submissions: max 3 Deadline: 15 March 2019 Send your works, artwork title, artist name, country, email, website to lysdorart@gmail.com

Call for artists DREAMTIME - Collective exhibition dedicated to the dreams, to the metaphysical vision of life

Posted by Lys d'Or

07.02.19

NOWART I HAMBURG

4-24 Maj - Call for Artists I Hamburg International art contest info@nowart.it

NOWART

Posted by InArte Werkkunst Gallery

17.01.19

ONE FINE DAY - JACKIE BATTENFIELD

Battenfield’s meditative painting process begins with the artist’s close attention to the graceful forms of unfolding leaves and blossoms, and to the twisted boughs and branches of trees. The images of branches, leaves and blooms are first recorded as photographs then meticulously drawn onto large sheets of translucent Mylar. Battenfield’s paintings draw upon two natural but disparate processes: the gestural unfolding and leafing of a branching tree limb and the physical properties and behaviors of pigments. Battenfield mixes her pigments to an ink-like consistency and generously brushes the acrylic paint onto the smooth mylar where it forms a puddle of paint. As the paint mixture dries, the pigments reassert themselves, separating and forming unexpected and distinct abstract patterns.

Rowdy Fall

Posted by KENISE BARNES FINE ART

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