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Call for Featured Artists Spring 2014

Carolyn Edlund

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March 18th, 2014 - 08:46 AM

Call for Featured Artists Spring 2014

Artsy Shark needs 36 new artists to feature and promote this spring and summer. Interested in being featured? Submissions are now being accepted. Deadline is midnight, March 24, 2014.

Visual artists in any medium who would like to submit their work for consideration to become a featured artist on Artsy Shark may apply between March 18-24, 2014. This is a juried submission process, and not all submissions will be accepted.

Each selected artist is featured in an individual article on Artsy Shark, sharing their story in their own words and presenting their portfolio. Each article also includes a prominent link to the artistís own website.

Each featured artist article is emailed to thousands of subscribers, promoted extensively on social media, and seen by many of over 30,000 unique readers who visit each month. It then becomes a permanent part of the Featured Artist Gallery, which contains more than 400 artist features at this time.

Becoming a featured artist is an excellent opportunity to present your art and attract lots of traffic to your own website, where you can gain subscribers, social media followers, grow your network and make sales. Consider it an extension of your marketing efforts, and continue to promote your featured page for as long as you like.

There is a jury fee of $15.00 for each submission. Applicants will be juried through their websites and online presence, not through uploading images.

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Mary Grden

3 Years Ago


What I usually tell young artist who speak of money first and not their passion for art,..... is.......if you are in it for money/fame art it is not your passion Concentrate, listen to what people have to say. will always find time and money for your passion. Sites like Fine Art America or free sites like and you will come face to face with your public. The public dictates how successful you are, not the cost, of getting there. Finally, don't bite the hand that could feed you.

Constance S Jackson

3 Years Ago

The MidWest

So many new artists are never found due to the cost of submissions. I am a talented artist, but just starting out and definitely cannot afford the submission costs like so many others.

ThomasJohn Taylor

3 Years Ago

Hilo, HI

Aloha, Living below the poverty level without money for fees I am left crumbs off the "ART" table, my "Original" Imagery is discounted as unimportant until I die, when Collectors will Gobble it up, like Turkeys in a corn field. I Live in Paradise and have gotten used to rejection because the only thing people have money for is fish & poi. In Fact I am living in Limbo and the 300 paintings are in storage because I am a 1 MAN SHOW, in the closet.