Text and Visual Language

Text and Visual Language

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, February 6, 2021

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild is proud to present Text & Visual Language, a national juried exhibition examining contemporary artists’ utilizing text and language within their art. Language is a powerful tool. And no one understands that better than artists who thoughtfully utilize text to make a statement and draw out emotion. The St. Louis Artists’ Guild seeks artists using text as the central communication vehicle in their artistic expression, utilizing letters, numbers, and words as their primary means to get their message out. Artists’ working in any medium are encouraged to apply.

Juror: Tate Foley – Associate Professor of Art in the Department of Art, Design, and Art History at
Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri

Learn more and submit here

John Y. Wind is an InLiquid artist member.
John Y. Wind
John Y. Wind

John Y. Wind is an InLiquid artist member.…

John Y. Wind is an InLiquid artist member.…

John Y. Wind is an InLiquid artist member.…

Peter Quarracino
Peter Quarracino
Mitch Gillette
Mitch Gillette
Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating the medium to create images.
Emily Brett Lukens
Emily Brett Lukens

Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating…

Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating the medium to create images. …

Emily uses short staccato marks to create tension and texture, evoking the surfaces and organic forms found in nature manipulating the medium to create images. …

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…

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