Time: January 12, 2019 at 2pm to March 4, 2019 at 11:45pm
Street: 414 High Point Dr. Suite 1
Website or Map: http://art-competition.net/Co…
Event Type: art, competition, fine, painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, photography, digital, call, artists, artist, cash, marketing, prizes.
Organized By: Art-Competition
Latest Activity: Jan 12
Deadline: March 4, 2019 (Midnight EST)
Curator Selection: On or before March 12, 2019
Artist Notification: On or before March 14, 2019
Grant Notification: On or before March 14, 2019
Exhibit Opens: March 28, 2018
Art-Competition.net is proud to announce the international art call for an exhibition and Fine Art Grant "Abstract 2019". For this group exhibition, the curators are seeking art of any subject created as abstraction.
Twenty artists will be selected for an online group exhibit, "ABSTRACT 2019" at Gallery25N; the exhibit and artists will be extensively marketed and presented to the gallery list 22,000 of clientele, Featured in Art Market News with over 32,000 subscribers and promoted on social media art groups to over 477,000 people worldwide including art buyers, gallery owners, curators, collectors, art lovers. One artist’s work will be selected to receive the “Christopher E. Burke Fine Art Grant” of $500. That artist’s work will become the image of the exhibition and will be used on the invitation, video title screen and on all online marketing.
Theme and Selection:
The artwork must be based on abstraction where the subject or message is pushed to visual limits of abstraction so that there is little or no representation of the real world (as in nonrepresentational). The submitted artwork can be of any subject that is communicated in the power of abstraction, either slight, partial, or complete. The composition elements of the work must rely on form, color, shapes, action, lines, marks, and texture to create a purely abstract work that engages the viewer and draws them into the intention of the artist’s work. Artwork will be evaluated based on the creativity and uniqueness of the vision conveyed, the quality of execution, the interpretation and portrayal of the theme, and how clearly the artist's individual technique/style is presented in the chosen medium.
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