The name of this exhibition is 'The Golden Age of Fairy Art' and it is dedicated to all artists who are inspired by fairy tales, folklore and fantasy.
The first names are already in, and most fairy art fans will certainly know them: Anna Brahms, Amy Brown, Marc Potts and Stephanie Pui-Mun Law.
They will show their works, some of it made especially for this exhibition.
That's great news right? Here's even better news: as a fairy or fantasy artists you can be part of all this!
Here's how it works:
If you make fairy art which is clearly part of the larger, already existing fairy art movement, you’re welcome to apply for the exhibition. All art forms are possible; two dimensional (like paintings, photographs) as well as three dimensional (like statues, dolls). Your work doesn’t have to be originally made for this exhibition, but of course it has to be made originally by you, from your personal ideas.
Submitting doesn’t mean you’ll automatically be part of the exhibition! There is limited space, so choices must be made from the works that are submitted. We ask a small fee for each work that is exhibited. Of course, you’ll only have to pay if you’re accepted!
For the exact rules and submission of your works, go to:
Submitting is possible until July 15th 2014!
Artists will hear before July 31th whether their work is chosen or not.
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