Think you’re a master at art? Show us your stuff!

We are now accepting submissions for our Spring 2020 Featured Artist! One talented creator will be selected around March 19, 2020 to have their work reproduced in a limited edition run by our talented team here at Masters at Art. We’re looking for talented individuals who have mastered digital art, watercolor, oil, mixed media, or acrylic artistry. 

 

BASIC RULES

  • Art submitted for the Masters at Art Spring 2020 Art Contest cannot be simultaneously submitted to other contests

  • Submission must fit within the outlined theme

  • Submission must be a minimum size of 16” x 20”

  • Artist must submit a signed and completed submission agreement

  • For the Spring 2020 contest, only the following mediums will be considered:

    • Digital Art

    • Water color

    • Oil

    • Mixed Media

    • Acryllic

    • No photography will be accepted for the Spring 2020 Contest

  • Submission deadline is December 31, 2019

  • Winners will be announced March 19, 2020

  • Send your submission and signed submission agreement to contest@mastersatart.com

 

THE PRIZE

The winner of the Masters at Art Spring 2020 Art Contest will receive the following:

  • Masters at Art will produce a 250 print limited edition run of the artist’s work to be sold on MastersatArt.com at a price point to be discussed with the winner.

    • Final pricing of the limited edition will be based on the size and cost to reproduce

    • Artist will maintain full ownership of the work, Masters at Art will receive the exclusive right to print the specific edition until 250 images are sold or one year after the winner is announced, whichever comes first.

    • Artist will receive a commission on each piece sold through Mastersatart.com

  • The official 1 of 250 print from their limited edition (a different number may be requested if preferred)

 

SUBMISSION AGREEMENT

Download here

 

Submission suggestions

Still lifes, landscapes, seascapes, abstracts, relief sculpture (anything that would translate well into a 2 dimensional print). If you have other ideas besides these suggestions, please contact us for your idea for submission.