Masters of Wildlife Art 2023

Submit your best artwork of wild animals. All species of wild animals are welcome from the jungle to savanna to city. We're looking for art of the wild open sea, sky, and land. Surprise and amaze us!

This call for art is open to all international artists age 18 or over and working in any medium (except video and sound art). A wide range of genres and styles is desired. We are an artist-run virtual gallery. Our mission is to promote wildlife and animal art in both non-traditional and traditional forms. We exist to honor, promote, and uplift it.

Originality is one of the components we use to score entries.


1st Annual Animal Artivism Open

Submit your best artwork about conservation and ecological concerns. Everything on this planet involves animals, so a wide range of topics are available to you. Please, be sure to include at least one animal in your art piece for this show.

All animal art welcome. 2D and 3D art. International Online Exhibition. 18+ years old to enter.

Various award categories. We love to see various genres and mediums of art!

Categories are:

  • Digital Art
  • Drawing and Pastels
  • Mixed Media
  • Painting
  • Sculpture

Wild Heart Gallery is an artist-run virtual gallery focused on promoting wildlife and animal artists.

Jurors for this virtual exhibition are Sarah Soward, Sharon Eisley, and Ashli Kingfisher

DC Local Artists Wanted for Public Mural

Living Classrooms Foundation of the National Capital Region (Living Classrooms) seeks a muralist to create conservation-themed murals for five cement bridge panels along the Benning Road Ethel Kennedy Bridge near the Benning Road entrance to Kingman and Heritage Islands. Kingman Island is an incredible natural resource and recreation area and was designated a state conservation area by Mayor Muriel Bowser in 2018. 

Yosemite Renaissance 35

Yosemite Renaissance 35 Art Exhibit - Call for Participation

If you are an artist inspired by Yosemite and the California Sierra Nevada, this is a fabulous opportunity to share your vision!  The exhibit opens in February at the historic Yosemite National Park Museum Gallery in the heart of Yosemite Valley, then travels to other art centers across California.

For over 150 years, artists have played an important role in the establishment of our state and national parks, inspiring people to visit iconic natural sites, and to protect our parks, wild lands and natural resources. Yosemite Renaissance is dedicated to this ideal.

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