CALL 4 ART: A Generous Kingdom V: Art that explores symbolism, story, and beyond


Verum Ultimum Art Gallery invites artists to explore the theme, "A Generous Kingdom V: Art that explores symbolism, story, and beyond" for the 5th year in a row and enter work that is any interpretation of the call. This year's edition will be ONLINE ONLY and will be virtually yours.


There are 2 important benefits to this version of a Verum Ultimum Exhibition, they are:


#1

A higher percentage of artists will be ACCEPTED!

This exhibition is not confined by space

#2

100% of sales WILL GO TO THE ARTIST!

Each selected artist will have a presence on the gallery exhibition webpage (as usual), but when visitors click on individual works, it will show links to the artists website and a button to contact artist directly will appear. 


Verum Ultimum will be celebrating it's eighth year very soon and I hope this exhibition will be a celebration of the plethora of talented artists (during challenging times)!


Social media attention will be focused on this exhibition for 6 weeks. As with all Verum Ultimum's calls for art, Verum never seeks to drive the work, the only hope is to unveil unique visions. All mediums and modes of expression are welcome from low brow, pop surrealism, abstraction, and more. This call emphasizes the idea of revealing and/or honoring a narrative or legacy. The term Kingdom may be interpreted in many ways, not necessarily meant to be a literal elucidation. Does your work seem to create a realm or a remembrance or representation of the idea of home or place? Does your process tell the story? Is a legacy or mythos revealed through your work or your process? Do you inadvertently honor or celebrate the plethora or abundance of...through your work? Verum Ultimum Gallery invites artists on this quest that will define “A Generous Kingdom”.

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3014 NE Ainsworth, Portland, OR 97211  

347-752-8915    fineartvu@gmail.com

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