Print Issue n°03 — VAST Art Magazine — Open Call for Artists

Print Issue n°03 — VAST Art Magazine — Open Call for Artists

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, June 16, 2021

VAST ART MAGAZINE is a new international visual art print and online publication dedicated to showcasing the expansive practice of artists and photographers from around the world, far and wide.

They are excited to announce the international open call for ISSUE N°03. See your work in print and published along side new, emerging, and established practices from around the world.

Thirty (30) artists will be selected and profiled in full color print spread showcasing their work, artist biography, and artist statement. Featured artists will receive a complimentary print issue along with an online feature and digital download for their archives.

Learn more at https://vast.art/

FEATURED ARTISTS FROM ISSUE N°02:
Alexander Wtges (Panamá) Alissa Polan (Brooklyn, New York) Amy Usdin (Mendota Heights, Minnesota) Andrew Orloski (Fresno, California) Angelika J. Trojnarski (Düsseldorf, Germany) Anya Kotler (Hoboken, New Jersey) Azadeh Elmizadeh (Toronto, Canada) Cameron Scott (United Kingdom) Erika Suarez (Forth Worth, Texas) Franz Kaka (Toronto, Canada) Hannah Elijah (Atlanta, Georgia) Ian Caleb Molina Zoller (General Roca, Río Negro, Argentina) Ida Nissen (London, United Kingdom) Island (Brussels, Belgium) Izosceles (Dallas, Texas) Jamie Romanet (France) Jeremy Blair (Cookeville, Tennessee) Jiaqi Li (Chicago, Illinois) Joshua Littlefield (Baltimore, Maryland) Jung Ui Lee (Suwon, South Korea) KAYOKOYUKI (Tokyo, Japan) Komagome SOKO (Tokyo, Japan) Lauren Rice (Richmond, Virginia) Libby Saylor (Wayne, Pennsylvania) Marina Heintze (Los Angeles, California) Melchior de Tinguy (Paris, France) Miguel Sbastida (Madrid, Spain) Moe Wakai (Chicago, Illinois) Naomieh Jovin (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Rachel Collier (Minneapolis, Minnesota) Riley Goodman (Richmond, Virginia) Robert Stone (Rochester, New York) Sophie Lourdes Knight (London, United Kingdom) Sukhyung Kang (Seoul, South Korea) Thomas C. Chung (Melbourne, VIC, Australia) Tori Foster (Toronto, Canada) Yu Nishimura (Kanagawa, Japan)

ELIGIBILITY: Visual Artists 18 years and older from the United States and Internationally are eligible to submit. All visual art mediums are welcome: painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, installation, video, new media, mixed media, and more.
DEADLINE: June 16, 2021
HOW TO APPLY: https://vast.art/pages/submit

Kathran Siegel
Kathran Siegel
Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they realize the sculptured material is simply thread.
Carla J Fisher
Carla J Fisher

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life.…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they…

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we know it. It also explores the possibilities present in spiritual and psychological practices. Look then, look again. As we move toward the future the images grow more familiar with each truth they unveil. This then becomes a series that grows with time.
G. Farrel Kellum
G. Farrel Kellum

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we…

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we know it. It also explores the possibilities present in spiritual and psychological…

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we know it. It also explores the possibilities present in spiritual and psychological practices. Look…

Wendee enjoys using symbolism, juxtaposition, and irony to create a narrative in her art. She compares & contrasts the identities of women in her work.
Wendee Yudis
Wendee Yudis

Wendee enjoys using symbolism, juxtaposition, and irony to create a narrative in her art. She compares & contrasts the identities…

Wendee enjoys using symbolism, juxtaposition, and irony to create a narrative in her art. She compares & contrasts the identities of women in her work.…

Wendee enjoys using symbolism, juxtaposition, and irony to create a narrative in her art. She compares & contrasts the identities of women in her work.…

Sandra's colorful and expressive abstract paintings and collages are about "place", and take inspiration from the landscape - While the artworks are not a representation of any specific location, they oftentimes are evocative of landscape. She invites the viewer to engage with her artworks through memory, imagination, and reverie. Working with oil paint, oil pigment sticks, watercolor and other media, her paintings and collages have been described by a curator as “visceral and expressive”.
Sandra Benhaim
Sandra Benhaim

Sandra's colorful and expressive abstract paintings and collages are about "place", and take inspiration from…

Sandra's colorful and expressive abstract paintings and collages are about "place", and take inspiration from the landscape - While the artworks are not a representation of any specific…

Sandra's colorful and expressive abstract paintings and collages are about "place", and take inspiration from the landscape - While the artworks are not a representation of any specific location, they oftentimes…

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