Amazing Opportunity for Talented Artists

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Amazing Opportunity for Talented Artists

Are you a professional artist?

Are you struggling to create a sustainable income from selling your work?

Are you tired of overcrowded websites and markets and your talent doesn’t receive the right exposure?

Do you need support?

Do you want to get your artwork in front of an audience of global buyers?

Do you want to make a difference in the world?

If the answer is yes, then we want to hear from you right now!

Selling art online is now a game-changer and we are solving the "struggling artist" problem.

Multi-Award-Winning Laura I. Art Gallery is now recruiting artists for our new unique selling opportunity. Furthermore, our mission is to give artists a chance to break the exclusive art market on Artsy where they will be able to present, showcase and sell their art through us and reach out to thousands of passionate collectors from around the world.

Applications are free until the 30th of May and there are no other hidden fees. We only take a commission on sales.

Please note that this process works on a first come first served basis, however, applying quickly cannot guarantee your place. If your work is successful in fitting our criteria of selection, you will be contacted as soon as possible.

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Scream of the Butterfly



This exhibition, inspired by a lyric in the Doors song: “When the Music’s over” will take place on the first weekend of June 2022 at The Davies Gilder Gallery at New House in Guildford.

Scream of the Butterfly will showcase work from a group of artists who use their mediums to sublimate personal experience, or reflect that of others, exploring complex psychological states.

The exhibtion is being held by artist Lauren Thompson and sponsored by Kane FM, a local radio station working to transform the lives of young people struggling with learning differences and wellbeing challenges.

We are open to submissions from artists working in any medium who wish to have their work included in a show that will also raise awareness for mental health. The only requirement is that you can get your work to the location ready to exhibit and back again. 

Show Concept:

To become a butterfly, a caterpillar first digests itself. Amidst the pandemic individuals have retreated into their own cocoons, trapped within the constraints of their minds. This has been, for many, a time for introspection and transformation. Although the process can be painful, once the caterpillar has digested itself, it metamorphosizes, breaking out of the darkness and through to the other side as a butterfly: lighter, free and high flying. 

Symbolically, across cultures the butterfly has become “a symbol for rebirth and resurrection, for the triumph of the spirit and the soul over the physical prison.”

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Looking forward to seeing all of your submissions! 



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Free submissions for the first month
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What Is Art lll | Open Call



While some artists are keeping a very traditional approach to art, others are taking risks into the unknown and there has always been a constant debate about “What Is Art” and what makes it valuable. 


In contemporary world success can be seen in both approaches, great examples are Damien Hirst and David Hockney, two of the worlds most famous and richest artists and yet with such a different approach to contemporary art. 


The purpose of this exhibition is to create a dialogue between different approaches to contemporary art and to demonstrate that either way can be successful. 


This Exhibition Will Take Place At Our Newly Opened Space In Tower Bridge. 


The new space is located in Tower bridge, one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK. 


The space is nestled between modern and classic London icons: The Shard 4 minutes away, Tower Bridge 1 minute away, London Bridge 2 minutes away. 


With a blend of traditional Victorian brick walls and a central private bar just for our audience, the space is unique in the whole city of London. 


There are no subject restrictions just a couple of guidelines. 


Submission Guidelines- Please read carefully.


To apply simply email us 3 images of your work (3 different works) Title_ Size_ Medium_ Price and a short bio, no more than 150 words at 


Eligible media but not limited: 


painting | sculpture | photography | digital art | Installation | video | prints | textile | illustrations | etc


To make a submission is absolutely free but we do charge a £165 fee for each  participating artist as we only charge 15% sales commission and that includes: 


printed catalogs | admin | graphic designer | champagne | caviar | professional photographer | hostess | security | bartender. 


Important dates: 


- the open call will run until 02 November. 

- artworks delivery date is 11 November. 

- the exhibition will run from 12 November until 18 November with a private view on 12 November- 6:00 to 9:00 pm at our gallery space in Tower Bridge London. 




We had a lot of enquires from foreign artists to exhibit with us but sometimes shipping the work to London in time might be a bit difficult in this challenging period, that’s why we’ve come up with an alternative! If you are one of the accepted artist and you find it hard to ship your work to us, you can send us photos of your work and we can print and frame it for you at no additional cost. 


We have 3 available sizes for the frame: 


32/32 cm

30/40 cm 

40/50 cm 




This will be a physical event and it will take place in our new gallery space in Tower Bridge- London. 




Champagne, Cocktails and Beluga caviar. 




As we run multiple open calls, please make sure you include in the email line the open call you apply for. 


Good luck to you all!


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£165 only for the accepted submissions
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Matigan Art Gallery Curators Residency





Disciplines: Curatorial, Visual Arts.

Location: Berlin, Germany


Duration: one to three month

Eligibility: emerging, professional

Support: free living and working space, free exhibition space, administrative support

Application fee: free

Program Description:

Matigan Art Gallery is currently accepting applications for our Emerging/ professional Curators. The Emerging Curators Program offers an individual or curatorial collective the opportunity to curate a conceptually cohesive group show in the Matigan Art Gallery. The aim of the program is to encourage new dialogue and to create a platform for emerging curators and artists to experiment and exchange ideas. The program is Open to international curators; no prior curatorial experience is required. An experienced curator on staff will be available to provide mentorship and support.

We expect openness, good English, friendliness, flexibility, passion for international art and the ability to work independently, paired with significant skills in contemporary art. The curator is expected to search and introduce new voices and organize actively within the group of artists to develop, mobilize, and realize concepts of the planned exhibition. Further expectations include discussing dialectic concepts as well as giving assistance to the artists, individually and collectively.


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Abstract Art Online Juried Exhibition Now Showing

The J. Mane Gallery Abstract Art juried online art exhibtion is now showing on the J. Mane Gallery website.  View the work of these talented abstract artists and learn about our Featured Artist of the month, First Place winner, David Quinn.



Paperworks is a paper exclusive exhibition devoted to looking at a range of artists, both established and emerging, whose work with/on/in paper explore its flexibility, simplicity and beauty. Works on paper are often under esteemed in terms of art practice – however, some of the artists involved here work primarily on paper, whilst others return to it over and again.

Drawing is often considered as the quintessential point from which the development of an idea moves through to a larger or more complex work – regardless of whether they contain the genesis of a larger work or are complete in themselves, drawings offer both the maker and the viewer direct appeal as intimate first-hand encounters.
Those involved in this exhibition range from internationally renowned artists such as Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, whose screenprints are in the Tate Britain collection to several newly emerging artists from recent Leyden Gallery Platform for Emerging Arts exhibitions.

The parameters of the paper works cross various techniques and engage many different skills, such as drawing, painting, illustration, sculpture, printing and photography.


Wilhelmina Barns Graham

Paula Rego

Gareth Bunting

James Melloy 

Tina Crawford 

Sarah Muirhead

Linsday Moran

Daniel Hosego

Buffy Kim 

Atsuko Nakamura 

Hilary Ellis 

Georg Meyer-Wiel

To coincide with the Paperworks exhibiton, artist Gareth Bunting will be running a special workshop on April 7th, "Virtual Reality Drawing workshop with artist Gareth Bunting". Open your eyes to a new world of possibility and take a tour through the immersive and surreal landscapes created by an award-winning artist. Using the Oculas rift headset, attendees will be getting hands-on with Gravity Sketch and Google tilt brush, learning the basics and creating their own personal and imaginative 3D paintings.

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