Miniature art shows are becoming increasingly popular with both the collector and the artist. These shows offer an exciting opportunity for artists to display their work in a large format before it is seen by many. It also allows for many potential new customers. In this article, we will focus on how to find these types of shows, as well as how to take advantage of the offerings that are available. Miniature art galleries are showing everywhere. The next few paragraphs will give you information on how to locate them.
The most sought after miniature art shows are those held overseas. At the International Exhibition of Miniature Arts (IEMA), held every year in London, England, visitors have the chance to view hundreds of works from a variety of artistic disciplines. Featured pieces from China, India, Mexico, South Africa, Syria, Norway, and more. The event also includes a “Gallery Journey”, a seminar focusing on the history and culture of miniature art. For the second consecutive year, IEMA offers free admission to all participants, with a suggested budget of at least one thousand pounds.
Another great place to look for new pieces is at the annual Society of Illustrators Retreat. Each year, Illustrators will come together to exhibit and share new works. This is an invaluable opportunity for all artists to share techniques and thoughts with fellow illustrators. For over two decades, this internationally known art show has helped to increase the number of today’s professional illustrators. There are always over one hundred exhibitors exhibiting at this prestigious event. Many participants attend this society based on the opportunities it offers.
Miniature art and figurines from all over the globe are showcased at the Annual Abstract Expressionist Exhibition. This is an amazing opportunity to see works from artists all over the world. Held annually, over four hundred artists of all styles will display new and original paintings. This is considered to be the largest gathering of Abstract Expressionists in the US. Exhibitors include famous ones like Buster Davis, Donatello, Alexander Roarty, and many others.
The New York Miniature Art Show takes place annually at booth #6 rented by MoMA. This is a one-of-a-kind fine detail exhibition featuring over one hundred artists displaying their artwork in a one-of-a-kind setting. It is a free event for anyone wishing to attend the show. In addition to the fine detail art exhibits, this exhibition features musical performances, seminars on contemporary issues, and one-of-a-kind decorative items from local designers. This is truly the perfect place for visual expressionists to meet and collaborate.
The Paris Miniature Paintings and Sculptures International Exhibition is held annually. It is held at Les Baux de la Sujet. Over one hundred and fifty artists in over sixty categories are represented here. This is a museum of exclusive paintings, sculptures, and photographic expressions of abstract and figurative art. It also features a capsule program on the history of painting, a film on the making of a painting, a brief description of the participating artists, and a catalog.
The London Miniature Art Show takes place at the Gallery of Modern Art. It takes place during the months of May through June. This is a one-day art show that includes both solo and group exhibitions. The main attractions are the solo exhibitions, group exhibitions, artist workshops and lectures, music, sculpture, and installations by local and international contemporary artists. The most popular medium used is still life.
The London Biennial of Contemporary Photography is held every year at the Saatchi Gallery in Covent Garden. The exhibition takes place on the last Saturday of each month and is open to everyone. One of the highlights is the Camera Deal which presents twenty-six new photographers on an early morning visit to the gallery. This is followed by a conversation with the photographers and a question and answer session. There is a large selection of cameras and camera accessories to be purchased and a lightbox and pin light are provided by the gallery as well as a gift shop with a range of locally baked treats.