2017 - 2018 Submissions
Allan Switzer's work reflects a refined critical engagement into the specific formal properties and procedures of painting.
Adrian Keats paints and films. When he paints, his preferred medium is oil on canvas.
Andrea Pottyondy Stoffer is an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists and its Atlantic Representative
Arifur Rahman thinks that art is an expression of ideas,feelings and ways to capture moments
Aurelia Istinah is currently member of the Women's Arts Society of Montreal and Beaconsfield Artist Association
Barbara Etcovitch creates by developing and integrating elements rather than by imposing.
Barbara Sala is a naïve painter and a storyteller on canvas
Daniel Natale has been exhibiting regularly since 1991.
Daniela Von G is a brand started by the artist Daniela Ghinea.
Elaine Coughlan' work consist of black & white acrylic paintings also drawings in charcoal pastel & pencil
Elissa Krause's main areas of art interest are mixed media painting, sculpture, and miniature scenes
Emigdio Salgado enjoys capturing on canvas real moments of any given day
Graeme Welch’s paintings are always colorful, luminous and intense
Heather Rivera has a keen eye for what other people often see as mundane situation
Helene Mayer feels compelled to paint a subject countless times until the impulse stops
Huynh Phuong Mai is an Austrian graduated massage therapist with a wide artistic skillset
Hilde Gustava Ovesen is the opposite of the typical minimalist and "dark" Scandinavian artist
Janko de Beer's sculptures are visually stimulating, bold and dramatic
Jean-Francois Hebert est idéaliste, excentrique, visionnaire et moraliste avec une personnalité architecturale
Joseph Guerrera is flirting at times with Abstract Expressionism and at others with Abstract Impressionism
Kalenga Paige creates Afrocentric pastel pieces inspired by the history, heritage, and rich traditions of Africa’s tribal art.
Karen Hodgson aka Wild Kazza's designs will lead us on a journey of our soul
Marianne Shaker who creates each art piece with its own unique aesthetic expression
Nicola Hodgson spent her childhood in Africa and was strongly influenced by the visual abstraction of African art
Sarah Ekwall hopes her work influences others to gain a new perspective and become more selfless.
Sophie Woolfenden enjoys working with pen and ink, oil on canvas, and pencil
Vanessa Mercurio thinks that it is always gratifying and pleasing leaving no question of purpose.
Have your work seen by collectors
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For new artists, the most important thing to do is to exhibit your art work. But it's not easy!
Some galleries charge thousands of dollars for a week's artist exhibition, and others may charge high commissions on any sales.
The Global Art League offers the opportunity to artists to submit their work for consideration for an international art exhibition in one of North America's most artistic cities - Montreal.
We charge zero commission on sales.
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Join the Global Art League, the international prestigious organization of artists and receive free submission to the exhibition. Join now
Step two - submit work
Upload your work to our website, where it will be viewable to art collectors and gallery owners from all over the world.
Step three - send in artwork
If you're selected to exhibit your work at the 2016 exhibition, you will be required to send your pieces to Montreal. We charge no commission on pieces sold in the show or online.
Images from The Global Art League Exhibition 2013 and 2015
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