The Mother Exhibition is an exploration of honoring, interpretation, and mythology around the Mother archetype.
“The mother, as C. G. Jung noted more than half a century ago, is the single most significant archetype, or energy-laden image, we hold in our psyche. For the mother is our first experience in the world. It is in her womb that we first hear the sounds of the external environment. .In Jungian terms, the primordial nature archetype of the mother goes beyond our individual experience. It is anchored in the collective unconscious, which extends beyond our personal biography.”
Call for Artists 2-D and 3-D submissions must relate to the Mother theme.
Important Dates and Information:
Submission Deadline: April 20, 2012
Notification of Acceptance April 23, 2012
Art Drop Off: April 27, 2012
Exhibition Dates: May 1st – May 31st, 2012
Opening Reception: May 19th, 2012 from 6pm-8pm. Reception includes light appetizers, and wine.
Commission Split: 60% artist, 40% gallery
Marketing: Art 4 All People aggressively markets all our exhibitions via social media
Documentation: All Receptions are documented via photography
Online Sales: Many Exhibitions and the Artists who are featured are available for international online sales.
Submission by EMAIL (art4allpeople [at] gmail [dot] com) $20 submission fee for up to 3 images
Submit Payment of $20 for three images by clicking below
*You must pay first, then send your submission email as we require your PayPal confirmation code in the body of your submission email* The submission fee is required for gallery administrative processing, marketing, exhibit installation, documentation, and for promotion.
2. Submit the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL (art4allpeople [at] gmail [dot] com) Artist Name Medium Email Address Website URL Phone Number Physical Mailing Address PayPal Confirmation Code
Include the following as ATTACHMENTS TO YOU EMAIL
Short Artist Bio (required) Artist Statement – 200 words or so (required) Resume (optional) 3 Images of your artwork (as requested below) Image List – Letter that corresponds to attached image, Title, Medium, Dimensions, and Sale Price
Please submit 3 JPEG images of work that are currently available for exhibit and ready for sale. 300 pixels/inch resolution, no side any larger than 1020 pixels. Make it easy for us all – Title jpeg files by your Last Name followed by a letter corresponding to the Artwork Information you send. (JonesA.jpg, JonesB.jpg, JonesC.jpg)
Please Note: if your work is selected for the gallery all artwork must be received ready to install. Wall hung work must be securely wired (no claw hooks), or it will not be hung.
All information above must be received, along with your Submission Fee of $20. Payment of the Submission Fee is through PAYPAL. We cannot review your submission until your payment is received.
Your submission will be reviewed by our curatorial committee.
Lisa Rasmussen, M.F.A. and Ceylan Fadiloglu, M.A.
Contact us by email (art4allpeople [at] gmail [dot] com) with any questions about Art 4 All People and our submission process.
About the Gallery:
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Art 4 All People believes that art is profoundly connected to personal and cultural transformation. We are an arts and consciousness gallery, workshop and retreat space that is located in an idyllic Contemporary Art Beach House in Malibu It is dedicated to building relationships among artists, collectors, and agents of change. It is a new-paradigm organization that believes art viewing, collecting, and creating should be a holistic and inviting experience, accessible to all people. Art 4 All People promotes meaningful interaction with significant works of art in order to appreciate and to build a conversation around the direct experience with art as vehicle of beauty, healing, transformation and social change. The gallery is dedicated to exhibiting artists in a wide range of media, who are searching for a personal, psycho-social and spiritual dimension in their art.