Woven Tale Press Winter Open Call

Woven Tale Press Winter Open Call

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, December 31, 2019

OPEN CALL THRU DECEMBER 31, 2019
NO FEE

The Woven Tale Press is a monthly online fine arts and literary magazine. The Press mission is to grow traffic to noteworthy artists and writers on the web; they link contributors works directly back to their websites or blogs.

The Press welcomes submissions of painting, mixed media (including fiber), sculpture, photography, printmaking, and experimental. They pride themselves on being eclectic.

For submission guidelines visit
https://www.thewoventalepress.net/resources-for-artists-and-writers/

Please review current issues before submitting.

Website: www.thewoventalepress.net

Contact person: Editor-in-Chief Sandra Tyler
Email (for information only): editor@thewoventalepress.net

Cathleen Hughes

Abstract painting…

Abstract painting…

Abstract painting…

Deanna McLaughlin

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture…

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces. She loves working with a variety of media.…

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces. She loves working with a variety of media.…

Diane Pieri

Diane Pieri is an InLiquid artist…

Diane Pieri is an InLiquid artist…

Diane Pieri is an InLiquid artist…

Paula Cahill

Paula Cahill's abstract paintings, comprised of single continuous meandering lines, often have the luminous quality of a…

Paula Cahill's abstract paintings, comprised of single continuous meandering lines, often have the luminous quality of a LED light or screen and invite participation by the viewer.…

Paula Cahill's abstract paintings, comprised of single continuous meandering lines, often have the luminous quality of a LED light or screen and invite participation by the viewer.…

Judy DeSimone
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