Monday, February 27, 2012
The ARThood Selects competition "Great Promise" is open to all Arthood members (membership is free) who wish to give further exposure to their art.
Submited works must be the artist's concept and creation, available for sale and part of the artist's images in the ARThood Gallery Store. Additionally, participants must agree to the Official Rules.
Artists can only enter one work. There is no participation fee.
The selected artwork(s) will be featured on the ARThood home page as part of the "Great Promise" online exhibition and will be included in the "Great Promise" exhibition in New York City in Spring 2012, where a private reception to showcase and sell the artworks will take place.
A percentage of the proceeds will benefit The Watermill Center, a laboratory for performance founded by Robert Wilson as a unique environment for emerging and established artists from around the world to explore new ideas.
The deadline to enter the ARThood Selects "Great Promise" art contest is March 11, 2012.
According to the juror of the contest, Zev Eisenberg, the theme "Great Promise" does not place any restraints on the artist's creativity, thus permiting a free interpretation of the theme.
Zev Eisenberg is the former Director of Mallick Williams and Co. Gallery in New York and the Director of Strategic Marketing for ARThood.