Hamptons Art Hub is issuing a Call for Art with the theme "In Motion." Artwork Submissions are open for Fine Art and Fine Art Photography.
The competition is juried by Cheryl Hazan of Cheryl Hazan Gallery in New York City.
Submissions are now accepted online through April 9, 2017.
Artists can be based anywhere in the world. The Call for Art is NOT restricted to artists working in The Hamptons.
Artists are encouraged to interpret the theme liberally to portray land, water, people and culture in motion. Images capturing art itself in motion is encouraged.
Cheryl Hazan opened her first gallery in Tribeca in 2000. She has consistently exhibited large-scale abstract contemporary paintings throughout her career, making the most of the spacious scale of her unique New York venue. Many of her represented artists are emerging to mid-career artists, who have been placed in important collections and exhibited in museum shows. Three current artists have had or will have solo museum shows.
Cheryl's focus is to keep her followers continually engaged with new artists, mediums and techniques. Cheryl is a hands-on gallerist who works together with many artists to create a serious following for their work. She is also an art collector as well and has curated many collections for new and established collectors.
Winners of the "In Motion" art competition will be announced the week of April 27, 2017. The online exhibition will open the same week.
The "In Motion" art competition follows those held in Fall 2016 for "From the Earth" and the Spring 2016 Competition "Inspired by Water." Winners for the 2016 "Inspired by Water" are Livia Mosanu and Steve Miller for Fine Art and Dalton Portella for Fine Art Photography. Click here to see the art and list of Honorable Mentions. Winners for 2016 "From the Earth" are Anne Sherwood Pundyk for Best Overall Art Work; Barbara Groot for Best Fine Art and Marc Veit Schwaer for Best Fine Art Photography. Click here to see the art and the Honorable Mentions.
Both art competitions drew national and international submissions.
BASIC FACTS: Submissions are now being accepted through April 9, 2017 for Hamptons Art Hub's spring Call for Art Competition with the theme "In Motion." Submissions will be accepted online only by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions can include up to three artwork images as jpeg attachments. Please include artist name, contact information, home town and country, and art work description (title, medium, year made, dimensions,). Original art work ONLY. Artists can be based anywhere in the world. The Call for Art is NOT restricted to artists working in The Hamptons.
Artists are encouraged to submit a short description of their work, their process, and a link to their website. Up to three artworks can be submitted. A submission fee of $35 applies and is payable online with a credit card by clicking here. Winners of the "In Motion" art competition will be announced the week of April 27, 2017. The online exhibition will open the same week at Hamptons Art Hub.
The "In Motion" theme makes note of the fact the world is moving and changing in brand new ways, joining movement found in individuals, nature, art genres, journeys of the heart as well as physical and psychological adventures. Artists are encouraged to interpret the theme as they wish with connections through composition, material, theme, inspiration or subject. A juried online exhibition of selected art works will be featured online at HamptonsArtHub.com.
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