"Cityscapes and Streetscapes" Juried Exhibition

The City of Santa Clarita (City) is inviting artists to submit artwork for consideration for our upcoming “Cityscapes and Streetscapes” juried exhibition, which will be on view at the First Floor Gallery in Santa Clarita’s City Hall. We are seeking original artwork in any medium that explores the dynamic and evolving narrative of urban landscapes and the intricate streets that weave through them. Artwork should capture the essence of city life in its myriad forms – from quiet street corners to bustling populated streets. This is an opportunity to contribute to a visually compelling narrative that speaks not just to the aesthetics of cityscapes and streetscapes, but also to the human experiences and stories they encompass. 

A Change of Scenery

The St. Louis Artists' Guild seeks artwork for the
exhibition, A Change of Scenery. We seek artwork in various mediums whose work engages with
landscape, broadly defined, exploring how the natural environment around us influences our
representations of ourselves and communities.

Contemporary Landscapes the virtual 3D exhibition

Worldwide Artist Open call

“Places matter. Their rules, their scale, their design include or exclude civil society, pedestrianism, equality, diversity (economic and otherwise), understanding of where water comes from and garbage goes, consumption or conservation. They map our lives.”

― Rebecca Solnit, Storming the Gates of Paradise: Landscapes for Politics

Are you inspired by landscapes? Are you creating them? Send them to us.We hold exhibitions in virtual 3D rooms tailored for art display. From minimalist to maximalist, we'll find walls that will make your art stand out.


ARTE NATURA is a thematic exhibition based on art inspired by the natural world. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery, May 9 - June 1, 2024 and is open to all artists working in any visual art media. All interpretations of the theme are acceptable, including landscape, fruits, vegetables, flowers and fauna and human figuration as part of the natural environment. Entry deadline February 29, 2024.  On-line entry form at

LANDSCAPES – an International Juried Photo Exhibit

Landscape photography shows spaces within the world that are sometimes vast and unending, other times microscopic. Landscape photographers typically capture the presence of nature but can also focus on man-made features or disturbances of natural vistas. Many landscape photographs show an unsullied depiction of nature, devoid of human influence—instead featuring subjects such as strongly defined landforms, weather, ambient light and other sublime elements. Beyond purely aesthetic considerations, landscapes often contain intensely personal and emotional subjectivities, hinting at secret histories of fondness, love, and nurturing, or past emotional turbulence, loss, and regret.

Landscape Exhibition


OPAL is looking for artwork that depicts the artist's interpretation, relationship, or experience with the landscape theme. All mediums will be accepted (drawing, painting, mixed media, digital/new media, printmaking, photography, ceramics, fiber, sculpture, etc).

This show welcomes diverse visions of the world outdoors. Here are a few ways to interpret what landscape art can be:

● Re-imagine everyday environments as new frontiers.

● Pay homage to pastoral scenes rich in heritage, or depict urban jungles thrumming with activity.

● Reveal the nostalgia of fading rural relics and uncover beauty in overlooked metro corners.

● Compare and contrast urban and natural environments.


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