COVID ERA MASTERPIECESE 2

COVID ERA MASTERPIECESE 2

This Deadline Expired: Thursday, March 4, 2021

ONLINE EXHIBITION: “Covid Era Masterpieces 2”, (emerging and mid-career artists) exhibition period:

25 March – 23 April 2021.

Deadline: 4 March

THEME: Your best biggest masterpieces you created this Covid Era time.

Categories: Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, Mixed Media, Digital Art, Sculpture, Ceramics, Textiles.

LA FENICE Art Gallery looks for the artists who work alone without assistants, whose work has intimacy, that we can feel the person behind it, the touch and the closeness, someone’s hand, that individual touch. As communication nowadays is all on the phone and the Internet, we all want to reach out for something more personal.

The gallery will give priority to woman artists with at least B.A. Fine Art Degree who had a solid track record of working hard and exhibiting over the years. Whose work is in important collections and who show that they are here to stay.

They will also give priority to women artists that belong to more than one culture due to parents, birth, migration, travel…

Everybody can apply. If selected, there are some exhibition fees, listed below that you will be asked to pay in the 3 days after acceptance. If your works are sold, the fees will be returned to you. In the opposite case they will donate them to charity, governmental art institutions in Asia that the gallery supports. Preference will be given to those works that are bigger in size, more valuable and numerous.

-up to 500 x 700 cm 29 Euros for first work, 25 Euros for second work, 19 Euros for third work, 10 Euros for the 4th and 5th work.

There will be an extensive global promotion of your exhibition on their web site, social media and YouTube, offering your works to a huge global audience and will still be selling your exhibition on their site until 3 months after your exhibition is over (negotiable).

LA FENICE Art Gallery will make a catalog of your exhibition that will sell on Blurb.com. The catalog will outlive the exhibition.

The gallery asks 20% commission from our sold works.

​Learn more and apply here.

You don’t need to send your artwork to Hong Kong. You can keep them at home. When they sell, they will send you the courier to pick them up. You will only need to pack them well. You will be paid 30 days after the collector receives your work.

Application fee is 15 Euros. Please, use lafeniceart@yandex.com for payments with PayPal. The fee will be donated to Charities that promote Art in South East Asia.

Michele Tremblay's paper sculptures are informed by her intimate knowledge of flowers gained by working with fresh flowers over the years.
Michele Tremblay
Michele Tremblay

Michele Tremblay's paper sculptures are informed by her intimate knowledge of flowers gained by working with fresh flowers…

Michele Tremblay's paper sculptures are informed by her intimate knowledge of flowers gained by working with fresh flowers over the years.…

Michele Tremblay's paper sculptures are informed by her intimate knowledge of flowers gained by working with fresh flowers over the years.…

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure to large swathes of color, his work explores opposing forces both actual and imagined.
Ross Carlisle
Ross Carlisle

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure…

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure to large swathes of color, his work explores opposing forces both actual and imagined.…

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure to large swathes of color, his work explores opposing forces both actual and imagined. …

Mehgan Abdel-Moneim
Mehgan Abdel-Moneim
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Matthew Borgen
Matthew Borgen

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative…

Matthew Borgen's recent work utilizes imagery from comic books published during the mid-20th century — the genre’s so-called golden age. Using their visual conventions, nostalgic aura, and narrative structure in combination…

Su Knoll Horty uses bold colors to explores the power of color to elicit emotion, Su sees it as her task to convey the exuberance she feels when working with the saturated colors in her painting. She is fascinated by the spatial dimensions, which can develop through the relationship of colors.
Su Knoll Horty
Su Knoll Horty

Su Knoll Horty uses bold colors to explores the power of color to elicit emotion, Su sees it as her task to convey the exuberance…

Su Knoll Horty uses bold colors to explores the power of color to elicit emotion, Su sees it as her task to convey the exuberance she feels when working with the saturated colors in her painting. She is…

Su Knoll Horty uses bold colors to explores the power of color to elicit emotion, Su sees it as her task to convey the exuberance she feels when working with the saturated colors in her painting. She is fascinated by the…

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