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Celebrating Over 25 Years - 1999-2024!

2nd Vibrant Colors Open Call! Cash Prizes, Exhibition, & Promotion

Deadline to Apply/Register: 03/31/2024


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      Ten Moir Gallery
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      Calling all artists and photographers inspired by vibrant colors! Unleash your creativity in the Vibrant Colors Online Art Competition at Ten Moir Gallery! Best in Show receives a $150 cash prize, a solo exhibition, and extensive promotion. Bonus: Qualify for the Blu Sky Artist Award with a chance to win $500!

       Important Dates:

      Submission Deadline: March 31st, 2024
      Artist Notification: April 5-7th, 2024
      Exhibition Date: April 7th, 2024

       

      Theme: Vibrant Colors – Bold contrasts, harmonious blends, explosive bursts, or subtle gradients – express the dynamic interplay of colors!

      Media: All creators worldwide working in 2D & 3D mediums are invited – Paintings, Photography, Digital, Sculpture, Crafts, Mixed Media.

      Fees: $18 for 2 images

       

      About Ten Moir Gallery

      Ten Moir Gallery is not your typical online gallery; we are passionate promoters of your palette. Our art competitions and exhibitions are designed by creatives who understand the artist’s soul. It’s not just about showcasing your art; it’s about amplifying your voice on the global stage. With every stroke, we aim to paint a story of your success, ensuring that your art is seen, celebrated, and embraced by a diverse audience. Join our vibrant community and let your art resonate far beyond virtual borders.

      Apply using the online form at: https://tenmoirgallery.com/vibrant-colors-online-art-competition-open-call/

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