Call for Artists! Free eBook on Art Competitions & Art Contests

Artists know something about plateaus. You work, you struggle, you soar, and then maybe you slow down and hit a wall, and the cycle repeats itself. There are plenty of ways to jumpstart your artistic practice so that the plateaus we all experience are relatively quick and painless. You can try new techniques, work with a different subject matter, or take your art outdoors–or vice versa if you are a plein air painter. You can also participate in art contests and art competitions, which is where our latest free eBook comes in.

31 Marbles and Mouse by Lisa Dinhofer, 1997, oil on panel, 18 x 22.
31 Marbles and Mouse by Lisa Dinhofer, 1997, oil on panel, 18 x 22.

Art Contests: Ideas for Drawing Competitions Topics & More Tips brings you all you’ll want to know about the fine art competitions you might want to enter. It starts with a basic beginner chapter on art contests–what kind of art competitions are out there, where can you find the artist contests that are right for you, what to watch out for before answering a call for entry, and how to keep track of the art competitions you participate in.

From there, Art Contests: Ideas for Drawing Competitions Topics & More Tips delivers info on how to make your work stand out by hearing directly from winning artists who have won drawing competitions and painting competitions. A wide variety of art-competition winners discuss their processes and subject matter, with tips on what they think allowed their work to win in art competitions and what their approaches are.

Art Contests: Ideas for Drawing Competitions Topics & More Tips is your free art-competitions resource guide and one I hope you’ll find useful as you make breakthroughs in your art and seek out more visibility and a wider audience for your work. Download your free eBook now. Enjoy!

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  Courtney is the editor of Artist Daily. For her, art is one of life’s essentials and a career mainstay. She’s pursued academic studies of the Old Masters of Spain and Italy as well as museum curatorial experience, writing and reporting on arts and culture as a magazine staffer, and acquiring and editing architecture and cultural history books. She hopes to recommit herself to more studio time, too, working in mixed media.   

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