Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Art Call: The Box Gallery in WPB presents IMPRESS, an Exhibition of Works by Professional Printmakers

The Box Gallery WPB

An exhibition of works by professional printmakers.

The Box Gallery
811 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405
Art Call Deadline:
April 26, 2018

Exhibition Dates: 

May 12-June 1, 2018


The non-refundable processing fee for the online application is $40, payable online when you fill out the application on, or before 
811 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405

IMPRESS Exhibition is open to all professional printmakers. All work to be exhibited must be well conceived, expertly executed, and arrive ready to hang. If your work requires a pedestal or has any special display requirements

All work should reflect the individuality 

The exhibition is open to all professional artists.

The images submitted must fully reflect the work to be exhibited. 
Include: Images, description of process, size of work, artist statement, and artist curriculum.

Applicant may submit (1) one image of each work to be shown for consideration. A minimum of two (2) works and a maximum of three (3).
April 26, 2018.

The late application deadline is April 30, 2018. A non-refundable $20 late fee in addition to the regular application fee (total $60) will apply.

Payment of Application Fee
Aia PayPal.com payee:
Send check or money order to
Payee: The Box Gallery
The Box Gallery

of the artist. 



Submissions must be sent via dropbox to RolandoBarrero@mac.com

Applicant may submit (1) one image of each work to be shown for consideration. A minimum of two (2) works and a maximum of three (3).
File format: JPEG only

File dimensions: No smaller than 1920 pixels on the longest side
File resolution: 300 dpi (standard web resolution)
File size: 5 MB maximum

Notification of accepted works on May 1, 2018. 

A contract and other forms will be sent to those accepted into the May 2018 exhibition which opens on May 12, 2018 and continues through June 1, 2018.

You must provide a Certified Certificate of Authenticity for each work accepted.

Please double check to make sure you have entered an up-to-date email address included with your submission.

Sunday, April 8, 2018

WMODA: Photography Workshop with Lloyd Goradesky

Friday, April 27th from 1-3:30pm enjoy learning photography from a pro at the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts (WMODA) with renowned public artist and acclaimed photographer Lloyd Goradesky. Join us for a photo session “Learn from a Pro” where Goradesky will show visitors how to take the perfect selfies with smartphones in the spectacular Chihuly gallery at WMODA and post on Instagram and other social media. Your best photo can be printed that afternoon. Lloyd continues to work on innovative art projects including his unique wedding photo of a bride smelling her bouquet, a collage comprising 2,800 digital images of her wedding.
Join us for a Photography workshop during a FREE afternoon session at the museum; with a suggested $20 donation / pre-register today, includes admission and refreshments. 

RSVP required / Call 954.376.6690 or Email info@wmoda.com

Meet Lloyd at WMODA and Learn from a Pro
Learn how to use your camera or phone
Learn how to make your photos look their best
Learn how to make art with photos
Learn how to print photos
Learn how to capture video
Learn workflow processes to save and edit images.
$20 donation to WMODA includes expert instruction and photo printing.

Sunday, April 1, 2018

SaveArtSpace offers opportunities to have your art displayed on outdoor advertisement space in New York City!

Your Art New York

SaveArtSpace is giving artists the opportunity to have their art displayed on advertisement space in New York City! All artists are encouraged to submit! Deadline to Submit: April 30, 2018.

Ken Lavey, New York City

Enter Your Submission Today! Have your artwork displayed in New York City! It doesn't matter if you’re from New York City or not, this is your chance to have your art displayed on advertising space in the largest city in America!

Your Art New York

SaveArtSpace Will Be Transforming Advertising Spaces Into Public Art In The Largest City In America! All Artists Nationwide (Including Puerto Rico And US Territories) Are Encouraged To Submit! 

Submit Now For Your Opportunity To Have Your Art Displayed On Advertisement Space In New York City.

Deadline to Submit: April 30, 2018
Guest Curator: TBA
- Enter now for your opportunity to have your art displayed on advertising spaces in New York City.
- Each artist is encouraged to submit up to ten (10) images. $10 per image.
- We will announce the selected artist via social media and email.
- There is a 2 to 6-week turnaround time for notification and installation after each deadline.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Art Boca Raton Last Day

 March 18, 11 AM - 6 PMT
Last Day's Events 
2-3 PM
 Lecture: Alex Katz American Pop

Lanya Snyder will present an overview of the American Pop artist Alex Katz.  Ms. Snyder is the Assistant Curator of the Boca Museum of Art, and Curator of the current exhibition on Alex Katz. 
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3 PM
Gallery Talk: Andrew Myers 
Tactile Art 

Andrew Myers the California-based sculptor uses up to 10,000 screws to create these jaw-dropping portraits. The process is as painstakingly tedious as it looks, with each screw manually placed (at varying lengths) and painted. Andrew doesn’t use computer software to map out his portraits, it’s all by feel, treating each piece like a traditional sculpture. Check out the incredible work at the Lawrence Cantor Gallery booth #422.  Cantor will give a gallery talk at 3 pm.  
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3:30 PM Dale Chihuly
Gallery Talk
Chihuly’s Venetians were developed from the inspiration he acquired while making a trip to Venice in 1988. During this trip, he visited a gallery that housed an extraordinary private collection of Venetian glass that represented the pinnacle of Venetian Art Deco. Returning to the U.S., he then decided to create his own versions of the classic pieces with his unique, lively twist. Collaborating with Pino Signoretto and Lino Tagliapietra, two of Italy’s finest glass maestros. Stop by  Booth # 120, Modern Masters booth. 
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Boca Magazine: Five Top Galleries Not to Miss at Art Boca, Evan Lurie Gallery

Pablo Dona, Artist, "Fantasies"

" I aim to create a bridge to childhood,  tap into the emotions associated with the simple things in life,  those that when seeing through the eyes of a  child become magical. I invite you to a journey where sharks swim in teacups,  boats navigate across a alphabet soup and polar bears live in north pole made of marshmallow. A journey where everything is possible even be that child again. "    Don's miss booth # 202, Evan Lurie Gallery
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Join us at Art Boca Raton Art Fair
40 international galleries, live music, sculpture garden cafe.
Take  I-95 to Spanish River Exit East
to FAU Blvd, Show Hours 11 am - 6 pm
Join Us As Our Guest Click Here for Your VIP Pass Code VIP 2000 →

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Enjoy the 3rd edition of Art Boca Raton March 15-18,2018

Five Things Not to Miss at Art Boca Raton,March 15-18
Join Us as our Guest 
Christopher Marley BIOPHILIA
Book Signing, March 16, 3 pm 

Artist, naturalist ,and New York Times bestselling author Christopher Marley reveals the often-overlooked beauty in nature through his three-dimensional work with animal, mineral and plant specimens. “Biophilia,” meaning “love of life or living systems,” is simultaneously explained and experienced in Marley’s immersive exhibit, where the ancient connection between art,
nature and science is revealed

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Re-Discover 20th Century Masters
Art Boca Raton 3rd edition continues its tradition of offering collectors the finest selection of 20th-century master artworks; Miro, Chagall, Sam Francis, Lam,  Lichtenstein, Warhol, Picasso, Rauschenberg, and Klimt.
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Art After Dark - Join the exctiment
Each year, Art Boca Raton collectors are invited to after the fair fun at the Boca Raton Museum of Art for Art After Dark. Meet friends, sip wine and bites on March 15 & 16 from 6-8 pm. Meet exhibiting fair artists, and visit all the museum has to offer, complimentary admission sponsored by  PNC Bank.
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Alex Katz: Small Works Lecture:
March 16, 10-11 AM
Lanya Snyder will present an overview at Art Boca Raton of the Alex Katz exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art.  Ms. Snyder is the Assistant Curator of the Boca Museum of Art, and Curator of the current exhibition on Alex Katz.
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Christian Lapie: Beauty from Charred Ashes
After a creative visit to the Amazon Forest, Christian Lapie began to create his monumental sculptures by shaping rough-hewn textured figures in fire-blackened timber, cut into shape but not yet smoothed to help to increase their dramatic presence.   Boccara Gallery will exhibit works of this international renown French sculptor.
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Join us this March 15-18 at Art Boca Raton Contemporary Art Fair
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Hui Chi Lee: the Lián; Liàn Series

Join us at Tranter-Sinni Gallery in the Wynwood Arts District for the anticipated Opening Reception of Hui Chi Lee’s solo exhibition, the Lian Lian series, on Friday, February 16th from 6-9pm. Exhibition is on view through March 5, 2018.

"The second series is titled ‘Lián; Liàn’, which are two Chinese homophones meaning ‘to connect’ and ‘to enchain’. This series of large-scale drawings explores the tensions and dynamics between how people are connected and how these connections themselves may also serve to enchain. In part, this series is a reflection on Taiwanese cultural traditions that can seem oppressive in contemporary society. I use the human figure as an agent to prompt discourse on these conditions." 

"I am interested in the obscure and anonymous quality of the human form, and I want to guide the viewer to consider the subject matter in a critical, holistic manner. I use color in the subject matter in a symbolic, metaphorical way. Red symbolizes both a warning and an awakening moment in life, and hair signifies the duration of a life span and time of which we are often hardly aware – an acknowledgement of the finitude of life but yet a vision of it as somehow endless," explained Hui Chi Lee.
Free and open to the public, RSVP here.