| 08 April, 2019 00:17
Adding numbers of nationwide and international juried art exhibitions selections this year, working on these opportunities pretty hard. Added North Carolina National, Louisiana National, Nebraska, and Michigan National and possibly Minesota. Added other Japan nationwide show and another international ones under juried. Canada, Morrocco, EU under juried too. Two nationwide USA publications confiremed so far this year. Who eles can do such, thank you for your kind note. Of course, we do not forget the community involved projects constantly which is the important matter for artists to participate in. These selection notice are great information for the our art collectors those who own our artoworks earlier stage by their own choice, they know their own artwork being competitive enough for the nation and international art exhibition basis. Even we usually do not inform these new exhibition information though, its our style to rerturn gift, or challenge further with actual result with further selection. In addition with these act, we can find easier new galleries in national and international basis, yes it is. Continous real efforts can bring us results, and it never betray in the long run.
| 02 April, 2019 01:37
Shack Art Center STEM+Art+Design juried exhibition
April 25 – June 8
Main Gallery at Shack Art Center, Everett WA
Northwest Designer Craftsmen Create
This exhibit celebrates the use of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) in artistic disciplines through the high quality craftsmanship and innovative design of members from the Northwest Designer Craftsmen.
Opening reception: April 25, 2019, 5-8pm
Exhibit supported by the City of Everett Cultural Arts Commission and The Boeing Company.
For the exhibit STEM+Art+Design at the Schack Art Center, members of the Northwest Designer Craftsmen (NWDC) will demonstrate how artists design and create works for art integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) principles.
The 78 NWDC members participating in the Schack exhibit are artists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska, who work professionally in clay, wood, glass, metal, fiber, and/or mixed media.
| 17 March, 2019 20:35
Thank you Mr. Katuhiko Hibino for selecting my work in the museum exhibition this year together with the award!
| 07 March, 2019 17:39
Which gallery can bring our unique artwork into Seattle Art Fair 2019 and further locations in the US Art Market, with this arranement you will be much outstanding. Thank you for your contact from WA State, Nationwide USA or international ones. Best Regards, KM
| 03 March, 2019 21:05
Got the message from the exhibition director.
- Dear Entrant,
Congratulations, juror Stephanie Mitchell has selected your artwork for inclusion in our 32nd
Annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition!
Our guest juror, Stephanie Mitchell, performed the difficult task of carefully evaluating the more than
800 entries submitted. Submissions to our 32nd Annual McNeese Works on Paper Competition
represented a wide range of techniques and stylistic approaches. Ms. Mitchell narrowed the field down
to 66 artworks for showcase in the Grand Gallery !
| 27 February, 2019 16:05
My Refferal Code is 82227- Build Website of your own.
It is possible for you make your own artwebsite, it is not easy but some kind of study you do by yourself.
I recommend Artspan. Here is the president., Eric's message. He often even give us supportive message in person.
As Artspan enters year 20, I'd like to share with you how and why we started Artspan. I was a working artist in 1994 and went to Palo Alto to do a portrait commission for one of the senior people at Netscape, the first major Internet company. In our conversations, I quickly realized how important the Internet could be for an artist in promoting his/her career and selling work.
On my return to the East Coast, I commissioned a developer to register a domain and put together a website for me - which he did. Alas, it was unattractive, expensive, and I could not edit it myself. In the late 90s there were millions of art websites, so I got no traffic except for visitors I knew personally. And my website had no ecommerce tools.
It was this experience that shaped the Artspan concept when we started up a few years later. It was clear that we needed templated websites that were designed for artists and included the tools allowing artists to customize their own sites and sell artwork. We also needed to make the artist websites individually branded with their own domains, and to integrate them into a marketplace site so that we could attract art buyers who did not know their work. Over the last twenty years and especially the last few, we have seen huge advances in the design and functionality of Artspan's sites and our marketplace.
We remain focused on attracting buyers. Sales of both original art and prints showed a healthy increase in 2018. I expect 2019 to be even better and we have some nice upgrades in design and functionality scheduled to go live in the next months.
So, to all, thanks for being part of this and we look forward to continue helping you grow both your sales and careers. While other website builder companies can offer you acceptable websites; Artspan goes further--for artists since the start!
-Artspan Director Eric Sparre
| 24 February, 2019 12:37
What is gallery's responsibility and commitmment, and what is expected for their performance from artists point of view. Apparently, it is not only sales of works, it may be easy but further ti-up/ connect with local community, art organization for further business expansion. And more, gallery needs to invest talented artists to bring them to wider art scene without second thought and grow together. They need to make artists best and new work to be seen people in artshows and major fairs. Our studio need a strong gallery who have strong connection and network with museum such MOMA NY/ SF, Whitney in this country, even gallery first collect new style contemporary art. The such gallery is hard to find by emerging artists, but there are existing (we are searching). Recently some museum staffs at Chealsea area, NYC advised us to submit the original shoes mosaic art for their review even taking year(s), because your works is such so special. Apprceiated their comment very much. Will see the review and reply in years. You are fine having with long term perspective, with patience for sure, but it's similarly art making process needs patience, trials and errors, blood, and long time thought and idea and working process that only real artists have been doning. There are so many fake kind of art in this country that you can find easily, but I guess that those will be only short period of life.
| 20 February, 2019 19:51
Hi, PNW Editors,
Had an telephone interview in the morning.
Thank you for your introducing the personal interview for ART section, and exhibition event and reception.
There are several ones but put it one URL from the Preview-Art Magazine.
| 14 February, 2019 19:48
April 25 – June 8
Shack Art Center - Main Gallery
Northwest Designer Craftsmen at Shack Arts Center Gallery, TBC
Opening reception: April 25, 2019, 5-8pm
For this exhibition, STEM+Art+Design: Northwest Designer Craftsmen Create, Art + Design are added to STEM to demonstrate how artists design and create works of art integrating STEM principles.
For example, imagine a ceramic artist creating work on an electric wheel using precision measuring instruments to ensure the piece is perfectly proportioned; then firing in a highly technical computer driven kiln at temperatures specific to the clay body and glazes used to create the effects designed by the artist. All of these, and many more, technical aspects of the ceramic artist's work are richly entrenched in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Each NWDC member uses various integrations of STEM to create their work. Whether weaving, dyeing, metalsmithing, melting glass or creating mixed media works of art-all are highly invested in STEM principals.
STEM+Art+Design also supports the current emphasis in Washington state curriculum on STEM: the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through project-based educational experiences.
| 12 February, 2019 01:16
My artwork is selected by juror and museum docent tour item of the national biennale tour 2019, thank you.
Take a docent-led tour and learn more about the artists and artwork chosen for Bellingham National 2019 Juried Art Exhibition & Awards. Our trained docents will provide insight into the theme of the exhibition—Water’s Edge: Landscapes for Today—as well as the background behind some of guest juror Bruce Guenther’s selections for the exhibition. Tours begin in the lobby of the Lightcatcher, last one hour, and are included with admission/free to members.
An event every week that begins at 1:30pm on Sunday, Thursday and Saturday, repeating until May 19, 2019
Time: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Cost: Included with admission $10.00 / Museum Members free
Venue: Whatcom Museum, Lightcatcher Building
250 Flora Street Bellingham, WA 98225 United States
| 01 February, 2019 17:26
Feb 1, 2019
Bellingham National 2019 Juried Art Exhibitions and Awards
at Whatcom Museum, Lightcatcher
Feb. 1 – May 19, 2019
Juror: Bruce Guenther, PDX Oregon Museum
Honored to be selected one of 57 artists from accross the country and being part of this great opportunity, this is a great nationwide Juried exhibition and showing my work at Whatcom Museum.
Thank you all for your great support and trust in my work.
| 31 January, 2019 22:00
Just added at Whatcom Museum, variety kind of small framable mosaic art card limited edition available.
You can make your own small Do It Your Own art with small frame, its as well as used by note card to your special friend and loved one. Also there are My Collection- Shoes and Petite Bag series and prints on board.
| 31 January, 2019 19:52
In evaluating artworks in general, it's important to examine how artists regularly create unique artworks with credentials and how well the artwork published in the art magazine and picked up by art editors or critics. Printed matter works without wordings. National one or International one work better. And how do you like the artist work by your own instinct. Do not always trust just because of the gallery's choice. Do not need to consider the artists work if artists did not receive any awards or fellowship it's called credentials and it helps you best. Not to be judged the age, how long she or he painted, but her craftemanship or master skill level. Some artists have mastered her own skill in young ages, others took time. Those who do not have sharp eye (many one) which is good art, most one really have no idea. Simple rule, is just do neglect artists' her own phrase such I study together with Kusama Yayoi (just an example, everyone knows) etc. I can tell such most the case Yayoi even never recognize such artists, unless Kusama say so in person for her or him. Period. Neglect about SNS kind; no right answers, but fakes on there. So many artwork image e-manipulated; examine the real one in person and meet artists. This year our studio works have invited/juried into National Exhibition in the USA, International Exhibition in Asia, several nationwide USA publications, Featured cover on Art Section newspaper, feature interview by Newspaper editor, Solo Exhibition, Public Art Projects, Museum Exhibitions, challenging Whitney ,,, and a couples of local fundraise event participations. Ever onward! KM
| 31 January, 2019 13:20
| 26 January, 2019 14:08
Honored to be part of this exhibition collaborating with greater Seattle community
If you visit nearby Shoreline area, please stop by the exhibition, thank you.