I LIKE YOUR WORK 
WE WANT TO SEE YOUR WORK

There are two ways to apply to have your work featured on the site. We have four open calls a year and you can always apply to be a Studio Visit Artist. 

Emerging and mid-career artists are invited to submit their work for consideration to our Online Exhibition & Catalog curated by the artist & curator Jane Lawrence. All submissions will be considered to be featured on social media and podcast interviews.

International applicants and all mediums accepted.

One artist will be selected to be interviewed on I Like Your Work Podcast.

​Artists who are NOT accepted will receive a PDF, video, or other material. 

To  apply please create an ArtSub account at https://artsub.io and submit your work at https://artsub.io/ilyw-summer2022/

Submissions include 3-5 pieces of work, a CV, and a $25 application fee.

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Summer GUEST CURATOR:
jane kang lawrence

Jane Kang Lawrence is an artist and curator in New York.  She received her fine arts degree from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. Following painting residencies in Italy she continued painting and teaching by pursuing her Masters from the School of Visual Arts. Jane has taught visual arts, ceramics, and visual literacy for students in NYC for 17 years. She is a Pulitzer Center teaching fellow of the 2021-2022 cohort. Jane is a founding director of Peep Space, an artist run curatorial exhibition space in Tarrytown, NY.  She maintains a painting studio in Tribeca, NYC.

 

"My own work is an exploratory translation of Korean folk art, minhwa- I am storytelling through moments of abstraction and creating a visual allegory between individuals and place. Like quiet intuitions, my work contains multiple layers of mark making and form, colors create paths and enclosures for thoughts. My paintings and collage create a biography of layered reflections. The paintings offer a unique perspective of meditative qualities of spatial layering, a moment to examine more carefully time and quality of mark making. The imagery consists of motifs associated with "symbols of longevity", rooted from Chinese Taoism and folded into Korean culture. They include ten elements that symbolize “longevity”: the sun, clouds, mountains, water, pine trees, tortoises, deer, cranes, peaches, and the herbs of eternal youth. The vibrancy of colors brings you out from engaging with the smaller detailed and intimate moments of the work"

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WE ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR STUDIO VISIT ARTISTS
 

apply to be a STUDIO VISIT ARTIST

Apply to be a Studio Visit Artist!  Each studio visit artist has a featured interview on the site and has their work shared on our social media and email list. We also will be sharing a view into your studio on our YouTube Channel, InstaTV , Tike Tok and Reels!

 

To apply, submit 5 images to ilikeyourworkstudiovisit@gmail.com with your bio, artist statement, website & Instagram link. There is a $10 application fee, please pay through the button below.

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