Color in art communicates ideas, passions and identities. Colors are assigned meaning by political groups, social movements, societal ideas revolving around race and gender, pride symbols and more. How are you using color? Works may be personal in nature or touch on universal themes.
CollexArt invites all artists 18 and over to submit small 2D or 3D works. We encourage a broad interpretation of the theme Big Ideas / Small Works (e.g. you may be focused on social/political issues, the environment, ideas revolving around scale, personal narrative, color studies). No matter your focus, the CollexArt curators are interested in a cohesive submission that clearly shows your thought process and approach.
The Annual Grand Prize 2021 Call has no theme, but we are biased towards submissions that demonstrate a clear visual approach and consistency that is recognizably yours. This art call allows you to submit up to 20 images. All your images are eligible for the grand prize award but you must designate any images that should also be considered for the purchase award. Please know that It is better to submit 3 images that work well together and show your unique approach than 20 images that are not a cohesive body of work.
This call is open to USA and International artists over 18. Artists are asked to submit works dealing with overarching themes of 2020. Subject matter is open. Both 2-D and 3-D work may be submitted.
This call is open to USA and International artists over 18. Artists are asked to submit works that show a studied use of color. Subject matter is open. Both 2-D and 3-D work may be submitted.
Artists who push past traditional landscapes create contemporary works that are experimental, unexpected, imaginary and more. For this art call, CollexArt is interested in the artist’s wide open interpretation of the contemporary landscape.
The term boundaries can encompass many subjects and be used in a variety of contexts. CollexArt seeks artwork that addresses the theme from an artist’s point of view. Artists are asked to submit work that emphasizes different visual, psychological, geographical or any other aspects related to the concept of a boundary that is evident in your work.