Shades of Green 2018, Art Grant Opportunity
Entry Deadline: Jun. 11
Art Call: “Shades of Green 2018,” an exhibiting and art grant opportunity at Art-competition & Gallery 25N
Twenty artists will be selected for this new online group exhibit “Shades of Green 2018.” The exhibit and its participating artists will be extensively marketed worldwide to over 26,000 people, including art buyers, gallery owners, curators, and collectors.
One artist will be selected to receive the “Christopher E. Burke Fine Art Grant” of $500.00. This artist’s creation will become the exhibition image and will be used on the invitation, video title screen, and all online marketing pertaining to the exhibit. In addition, the grant recipient will have a dedicated marketing campaign about their art and accomplishments sent to over 26,000 recipients worldwide. The artist will also be featured in the Art Market Newsletter.
Participants must be 18 years of age or older working in any still medium, including drawing, photography, painting, sculpture, digital art, and collage.
“Shades of Green 2018”
Our curators for this new exhibit are looking for art that focuses on color, that is, a subject enhanced, here, by the use of the color green, in particular. The extent of this application to the composition is not a consideration in the judging of each piece. How the color green engages the viewer to enter the artist’s narrative defines these evaluations—nothing more. We look forward to receiving potential entries which capture a mood, relay a message, or inspire a viewer to interpret the artist’s work through their intuitive and perhaps methodical utilization of various green shades. All works, which can be expressed in terms of representational, expressionistic, surrealistic, or abstraction genres, are encouraged for submission.
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Theme and Selection
“Shades of Green 2018” – The curators are looking for work based on art of any subject that is enhanced through various shades of green. The extent of the green color applied to the composition is not a factor of consideration in the judging of each piece. It is rather how effectively this color engages the viewer to enter the artist’s narrative. Colors communicate a broad spectrum of emotions and expressions as well as a diverse range of sensual symbolisms. All submissions for entry can be expressed from realism to abstraction.
All submissions for consideration may be expressed in any of the following aspects: representational, expressionism, surrealism, or abstraction.