CALL for ENTRIES: Angels and Demons
I have a soft spot for spicy foods. I regularly tell the folks at my favorite Thai restaurant that it isn’t hot enough if my scalp isn’t glistening. My son, on the other hand, thinks all forms of peppers are the devil. Mild salsa is an adventure for him…for now. This next Call wants your take on Angels and Demons, but for the record, paintings of peppers might not be the right take on demons. Take a look…
Check out this Call for Entries for Angels and Demons from Naming Ceremony online showcase. This is a really inexpensive opportunity, and the links back to your website could be valuable. Don’t miss this art publication opportunity…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
Angels and Demons
Traditionally, Angels have wings, demons have horns. Sometimes what looks like an angel is a demon, and a demon may be an angel. Other times, it is impossible to estimate what is actually a demon or an angel. They’re looking for work that blurs the line between angel and demon and that plays with people’s perception of good and evil.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists
MEDIA: Your take, interpretation, and mythology on angels and demons expressed visually in any 2-d medium
DEADLINE: August 31, 2012
NOTIFICATION: In time for the October exhibition
ENTRY FEE: $20 for six, $5 ea add’l
AWARDS: If accepted, you will be permanently in their Online gallery (with a chance to sell it) and will appear in the periodic Magazine issue. You will be eligible for the publication of an art book that will be available worldwide online for ordering. *Not all of those accepted artists will be in the published, physical art book.
For complete details, Read the Full Call!