Open to all artists around the world embracing the cause to save animals on our planet!
All Media Exhibition
including drawing, painting, mixed media, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, fiber art, glass art, jewelry, mosaics, wood-carving, computer art and photography
Lurking on the fringes of the 20th-century art world was something sinister, something not necessarily identifiable or easy to fit into a specific movement such as Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art or Minimalism. The exhibition Dark Visions: Mid-Century Macabre looks to mine the dark recesses of the mid-20th century and explore the creations made to exorcise the demons that plagued artists. ...
Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón
The Fowler Museum is pleased to present Nkame, the first solo museum exhibition in the United States dedicated to the work of Belkis Ayón (1967–1999)—the late Cuban visual artist who mined the founding myth of the Afro-Cuban fraternal society Abakuá to create an independent and powerful visual iconography …
MOCA presents R. H. Quaytman, Morning: Chapter 30, the first major museum survey of work by New York–based artist R. H. Quaytman, organized by MOCA Senior Curator Bennett Simpson. Consisting primarily of oil painting and silkscreen on precisely constructed wood panels, Quaytman’s expansive and ongoing project is organized into site-specific exhibitions that she calls “chapters.” ...
One of Degas’s great late works, Russian Dancers (circa 1899), is presently on loan to the Getty. In this pastel, Degas celebrates the rambunctious abandon, bright colors, and elaborate folk costumes of Ukrainian peasant dancers, very much in contrast to the ethereal ballerinas for which he is famous. ...
Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera were contemporaries, erstwhile competitors, equally ambitious and prolific as artists, internationally famous, and well aware of their larger-than-life personalities. Picasso and Rivera: Conversations Across Time presents moments of intersection in the formation of modernism both in Europe and Latin America, and ...
Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1968-80s
Who is “Asian American”? How did we come into this shifting and expansive idea?
Contrary to popular perception, it is an identity defined out of protest. Starting in the 1960s, a group of young activists shaped “Asian America” through a long decade of fighting displacement, serving their communities, agitating for revolution, and analyzing the intersections of gender, race, and class. ...
Presented in collaboration with Farhang Foundation, Focus Iran 2 is the second juried exhibition of contemporary photography and video works relating to Iranian culture or heritage. Featuring an international selection of emerging and mid-career artists, Focus Iran 2 democratizes the art form of image making by giving novices and professionals an equal opportunity to offer distinctive visions of contemporary Iran from both inside and outside the country. ...
The Broad Collection features a predominantly chronological selection of masterworks by major artists who came to prominence in the 1950s, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Cy Twombly. The Pop art of the 1960s—an area of great depth in the collection—is represented through works by Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha, and Andy Warhol, among others.
The Animation Academy in Burbank California is a unique educational program based upon a professional workshop structure. We specialize in developing artistic talent as it applies to animation in areas such as Character Design, Visual Development / Production Design, Intellectual Property Development and other areas integral to the modern animation community.
"Sketchbook West Challenge"
Las Laguna Gallery
Exhibition Date: April 6 - 29, 2017
The process for this call for art is designed to explore the many ways artists create. Many artists use Sketchbooks to formulate ideas and to practice their craft. Often times clients never get to see just how much work goes into a painting or drawing or piece of art. Artists purchase a Sketchbook.
All Artists who create and return a Sketchbook will be included in this exhibition.
Artists return the Sketchbook by February 15, 2017.
All Sketchbooks will become part of an exhibition and library where visitors to the gallery can look thru Sketchbooks to discover the art process.
Artists who complete a larger work of art where the Sketchbook was a starting point or catalyst for the larger piece can send in images of the larger piece and it will be considered to jury. The gallery will select up to 12 larger pieces to show as well. At the end of the show the Sketchbooks will be sent back to the artists.