Exhibiting Artist members of The Art League may submit up to three works to digital entry shows; only one may be accepted. The entry fee is $5 per work. For most monthly juried shows, approximately 20% of submissions will be accepted.

If you have an All-Inclusive Exhibiting Artist Membership*, make sure you enter the call for each exhibit, labeled "All-Inclusive."

If you are not an exhibiting member of The Art League but are interested in submitting work, visit our website for more information and how to join.

*Specialty Exhibits that are in addition to the regular monthly exhibit (Petite December, Tabletop, Etc.) require all artists to pay a flat entry fee. 

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Open Exhibit

January 9­–February 1, 2018

Juror: Ephraim Rubenstein

 

Submission guidelines

 

Open exhibits do not limit theme, medium, process or content.

Artists are free to enter any current work made within 10 years.

 

Restrictions:

 

• Artist must be a current membership of The Art League Gallery

• If the work weighs over 60lbs, the artist must install

• All works must adhere to the Gallery hanging and framing requirements

 

Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.

 

Digital Submission Deadline: Friday, December 15, 2017

 

Drop Off:

·       Friday, December 29, 2017 from 10:30am–5:00pm

·       Saturday, December 30, 2017 from 10:30am–5:00pm

 

Awards:

·       The Art League Best in Show

 

Pick Up:

·       Sunday, February 1, 2017 from 5:30–8:30pm

·       Monday, February 2, 2017 between 10:00am–12:00pm

 

A penalty charge of $20 a week will be enforced.

 

About the Juror, Ephraim Rubenstein

 

Ephraim Rubenstein received his B.A. and M.F.A. from Columbia University. Mr Rubenstein has had eleven one-person exhibitions in NY; seven at Tibor de Nagy, one at Tatistcheff & Co and three at George Billis  Gallery. He has exhibited at the Butler Institute of American Art, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Maier Museum of Art, and the National Academy of Design, where he won the Emil and Dines Carlsen Prize in painting. His work is represented in numerous public and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Exxon Corporation, and Deloitte & Touche. Mr. Rubenstein is an active teacher. He was Associate Professor of Art at the University of Richmond, where he received the Distinguished Educator Award and The Commonwealth’s Outstanding Faculty Award. He taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, Maryland Institute College of Art and the National Academy of Design School of Fine Arts. He is currently on the faculty of The Art Students League of New York,. He also teaches at Columbia University’s Department of Narrative Medicine, where he teaches the Literature of Art as well as Life Drawing.

Ends in 5 days, 2 hours
Open Exhibit

January 9­–February 1, 2018

Juror: Ephraim Rubenstein

 

Submission guidelines

 

Open exhibits do not limit theme, medium, process or content.

Artists are free to enter any current work made within 10 years.

 

Restrictions:

 

• Artist must be a current membership of The Art League Gallery

• If the work weighs over 60lbs, the artist must install

• All works must adhere to the Gallery hanging and framing requirements

 

Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.

 

Digital Submission Deadline: Friday, December 15, 2017

 

Drop Off:

·       Friday, December 29, 2017 from 10:30am–5:00pm

·       Saturday, December 30, 2017 from 10:30am–5:00pm

 

Awards:

·       The Art League Best in Show

 

Pick Up:

·       Sunday, February 1, 2017 from 5:30–8:30pm

·       Monday, February 2, 2017 between 10:00am–12:00pm

 

A penalty charge of $20 a week will be enforced.

 

About the Juror, Ephraim Rubenstein

 

Ephraim Rubenstein received his B.A. and M.F.A. from Columbia University. Mr Rubenstein has had eleven one-person exhibitions in NY; seven at Tibor de Nagy, one at Tatistcheff & Co and three at George Billis  Gallery. He has exhibited at the Butler Institute of American Art, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Maier Museum of Art, and the National Academy of Design, where he won the Emil and Dines Carlsen Prize in painting. His work is represented in numerous public and private collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Exxon Corporation, and Deloitte & Touche. Mr. Rubenstein is an active teacher. He was Associate Professor of Art at the University of Richmond, where he received the Distinguished Educator Award and The Commonwealth’s Outstanding Faculty Award. He taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, Maryland Institute College of Art and the National Academy of Design School of Fine Arts. He is currently on the faculty of The Art Students League of New York,. He also teaches at Columbia University’s Department of Narrative Medicine, where he teaches the Literature of Art as well as Life Drawing.

Ends on January 15, 2018$5.00 - 15.00
$5.00 - 15.00
Seascape, landscape, urbanscape, suburban sprawl ... The artwork in this exhibit captures a sense of place, whether it be through time of day, a horizon line, or a vantage point.

 

Submission guidelines

  • Artist must be a current exhibiting artist member of The Art League gallery
  • Open exhibits are not limited by theme, medium, process, or content.
  • If the work weighs over 60 lbs, the artist must install the piece themselves, if accepted.
  • All works must adhere to the Gallery hanging and framing requirements
  • Artists are free to enter any current work made within 10 years.


Works are chosen by the selected juror based on her/his curatorial vision and aesthetic.


Digital Submission Deadline: Thursday, February 15, 2018


Awards: The Potomac Valley Watercolor Award and The Cora J. Rupp Memorial Award

 

Drop-off: Friday, March 2, 10:30 am–5:00 pm; Saturday, March 3, 10:30 am–5:00 pm; Sunday, March 4, 1:00–5:30 pm Pick Up: Saturday, March 31, 4:00–6:00 pm; Monday, April 2, 10 am –12:00 noon. Closed on Easter Sunday, April 1

About the Juror, Timothy J. Clark
Known for his expressive interiors, urban landscapes, portraits and figures, Timothy J. Clark’s watercolors, oils and drawings are in more than twenty museum collections, including the permanent collections at the Smithsonian/National Portrait Gallery, the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, the City Museum of New York, the Library of Congress Works on Paper, and Maine’s Farnsworth Art Museum.  His work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions from Hawaii to Istanbul’s Topkapi Museum.  Art historian Lisa E. Farrington, speaks of the artist’s paintings as “diffidently profound documents of human existence,” and she notes his “almost uncanny ability to infuse rudimentary and inert objects…with something akin to a human soul.” Fine Art Connoisseur magazine has called Timothy J. Clark “a living master”.  Clark lectured for several years at Yale University’s Graduate School in Rome, and is on the faculty at the Art Students League of New York.  He maintains studios in Capistrano Beach, California, New York City, and West Bath, Maine.

 


Seascape, landscape, urbanscape, suburban sprawl ... The artwork in this exhibit captures a sense of place, whether it be through time of day, a horizon line, or a vantage point.

 

Submission guidelines

  • Artist must be a current exhibiting artist member of The Art League gallery
  • Open exhibits are not limited by theme, medium, process, or content.
  • If the work weighs over 60 lbs, the artist must install the piece themselves, if accepted.
  • All works must adhere to the Gallery hanging and framing requirements
  • Artists are free to enter any current work made within 10 years.


Works are chosen by the selected juror based on her/his curatorial vision and aesthetic.


Digital Submission Deadline: Thursday, February 15, 2018


Awards: The Potomac Valley Watercolor Award and The Cora J. Rupp Memorial Award

 

Drop-off: Friday, March 2, 10:30 am–5:00 pm; Saturday, March 3, 10:30 am–5:00 pm; Sunday, March 4, 1:00–5:30 pm Pick Up: Saturday, March 31, 4:00–6:00 pm; Monday, April 2, 10 am –12:00 noon. Closed on Easter Sunday, April 1

About the Juror, Timothy J. Clark
Known for his expressive interiors, urban landscapes, portraits and figures, Timothy J. Clark’s watercolors, oils and drawings are in more than twenty museum collections, including the permanent collections at the Smithsonian/National Portrait Gallery, the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio, the City Museum of New York, the Library of Congress Works on Paper, and Maine’s Farnsworth Art Museum.  His work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions from Hawaii to Istanbul’s Topkapi Museum.  Art historian Lisa E. Farrington, speaks of the artist’s paintings as “diffidently profound documents of human existence,” and she notes his “almost uncanny ability to infuse rudimentary and inert objects…with something akin to a human soul.” Fine Art Connoisseur magazine has called Timothy J. Clark “a living master”.  Clark lectured for several years at Yale University’s Graduate School in Rome, and is on the faculty at the Art Students League of New York.  He maintains studios in Capistrano Beach, California, New York City, and West Bath, Maine.