Get your art out there!

The rains came – Tamara Russell – karhina.com

The following sites are art blogs, art magazines and art related sites that are looking for art to feature on their websites.  Being on these sites can not only raise awareness of your art, but can also provide a reason fto publicise inclusion on social media.

All have different requirements so before submitting your art make sure that it is not only appropriate for their subject matter and accepted media, but that the art is formatted to the site’s requirements.

The following are 30 websites are presently accepting art submissions.  Just make sure that your  art is appropriate to that particular publication;

  1. https://www.artistaday.com
  2. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/submissions
  3. http://mymodernmet.com/submit-content
  4. https://www.tusslemagazine.com/about-us
  5. https://www.ignant.com/submissions
  6. https://picdit.net/submit
  7. http://www.crossconnectmag.com/submit
  8. http://www.emptykingdom.com/submit
  9. http://www.ufunk.net/en/submit
  10. http://eatsleepdraw.com/submit
  11. http://theyouth-.tumblr.com/submit
  12. http://emptyeasel.com/artwork-submission-form
  13. http://just-art.tumblr.com/submit
  14. https://issuu.com/artnois
  15. http://www.artandbeyondpublications.com/magazine-entry
  16. http://www.artrevealmagazine.com/submission
  17. http://nonsensesociety.com
  18. https://digitalartlive.com/get-published
  19. https://issuu.com/bunburymagazine
  20. http://www.creativefluff.com/submit-articles
  21. http://artistsinspireartists.com/submit-art-submissions
  22. http://www.jazjaz.net/submit-your-art-2
  23. http://www.dailyartfixx.com/submissions
  24. http://supersonicart.com/submit-your-art
  25. https://www.pantamagazine.com/collaborate
  26. http://theartelephant.com/work-with-tae-2
  27. http://www.peopleofprint.com/submit
  28. http://insideartists.co.uk/features.html
  29. http://forgeartmag.com/submit
  30. https://superiormagazine.submittable.com/submit

Before you submit your art to any website or to any art competition, you should always check and see what that particular website’s Use Rights and Copyright policy is.

Some websites, when they publish an artist’s art may retain not only the perpetual use of that art but in some cases, will take over the copyright.  Always find out what their policy is prior to submitting any art.  If this information is not on their website, email them and find out what their actual policy is.  If you are not happy with their Use Rights and Copyright Policies then do not submit any art to them.   Watch out… be careful!