Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $40.00
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Jury Dates: 10/29/22 - 11/3/22
PIXELS TO PRINT online Exhibition
Co-Juried by Dylan Cole and Randy Gaul
Call opens Sept 16, 2022
Call closes Oct 28, 2022, 11pm Pacific time
Artists will be notified or selections by Nov. 4th.
Show dates: Nov 8 to Dec 31, 2022, online at ohanloncenter.org
Zoom Roundtable discussion 4pm Nov 8, 2022
Digital artists are invited to submit between 1 and 3 works for consideration to this online exhibition. These works should be deeply personal and expressive. The art needs to be exclusively created in a digital process. Photos are ok if used as reference, as these pieces should reflect work done from one's imagination. We welcome all digital artists.
Attention Matte Painters: The talent artists bring to the industry is a necessary component of its success. All too often, artists' personal work is lost to the demands of the industry. This show provides a platform for artists to put their art first in a way that will provide the much-needed dignity and respect they deserve.
We are not looking for art derived from other professional endeavors done as service work for film, advertising or game studios. What we are looking for is original art done outside of your "day" job.
This is an exclusively digital art show. All software used should be included in your artist statement. Please note, this is not a call for digital photography. Photos are ok if used as reference, as these pieces should reflect work done from one's imagination.
Submissions fees for up to 3 pieces is $40 for NON-Members or $30 for O’Hanlon Members – (Coupon Code OH30 at check out for members). If you require financial assistance, please let the office know. We have a limited number of partial scholarships: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Or join as a NEW member now at the Artist level for $140/1 year and get a free submission. Email the office for a coupon code after you join: email@example.com. (NOTE emails not monitored on weekends.)
· Work does NOT need to be for sale.
· Works should be at a minimum 1920 x 1080 pixels
File Type: JPEG or JPG only.
- File Dimensions: 1,200 pixels or greater on the longest side.
- File Size: Under 5 MB.
- Color Profile: RGB
· Works previously shown at the O'Hanlon Gallery in-house or online are not eligible for consideration.
· For accepted works: We create a digital catalog of the show and take the description of your work off your submission. Please be sure to include a description of each work and double check prices and titles.
Contemporary, expressionistic, abstract, exploratory, and/or experimental entries encouraged.
About the Juror Dylan Cole
Dylan Cole is a production designer working in the entertainment industry. Since graduating from UCLA in 2001, he has contributed art to over 60 films. Notable credits include Senior Matte Painter on Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, Concept Art Director on Avatar, and Production Designer for Maleficent.
Currently, Dylan is co-production designer on the four Avatar sequels.
The Southern California native grew up drawing spaceships and alien worlds and this passion led to the creation of his first book, The Otherworldly Adventures of Tyler Washburn. Dylan enjoys teaching workshops at various events and schools around the world and has a line of instructional DVDs from the Gnomon Workshop.
More about Dylan: https://dylan-cole-j5dx.squarespace.com
About Randy Gaul
Randy Gaul is an artist working in the entertainment industry. Since graduating from Pratt Institute, he has contributed art to over 100 films. Notable positions include Creative Director at Luminous Blue Ltd, an original IP studio. He has been a concept artist, visual development artist and matte painter on War of the Worlds, Signs, Gangs of New York, Despicable Me, Rio, Alice in Wonderland, Space Jam 2, Trolls and many others.Currently, Randy is pitching original content at several major studios..
The Pittsburgh born artist grew up drawing characters and imaginative worlds which led to an ongoing career in film, games, books, VR and more. Randy enjoys mentoring young artists about how to navigate the challenges of providing services to studios while maintaining your own inner creative passions.
More about Randy: https://zerply.com/randygaul
Postcard Art: Randy Gaul
Works previously shown at the O'Hanlon Gallery in-house or online are not eligible for consideration.
Open to all artists ages 16 and better. All art must be digitally created.