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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Women in Art 278 Release: January 2014

We are so excited to kick off the new year in style ... with the release of our January 2014 magazine issue. Women in Art 278 congratulates cover page artist Jennifer Mourin of Malaysia, who won the Global Family art contest. You can learn more about her artwork as well as many other artists in our e-magazine or in our printed edition (both links provided below).

Our January 2014 issue is happy to feature the following artists:

Asian Artists
  • Aditi Bhatt of India: Impressionism, Expressionism 
  • Jennifer Mourin of Malaysia: Figurative 
  • Nazli Pinar Kamaci of Turkey: Boho Chic Fiber Art Jewelry & Accessories 
  • Stephanie Neville of United Arab Emirates: Embroidery 
European Artists
  • Birgit Kalkofen of Spain: Painting
  • Plamena Antonova of Bulgaria: Wood Carvings
  • Svetlana Senchurova of Ukraine: Origami, Painting & Photography
  • Vanya Toncheva of Bulgaria: Handmade Jewelry
North American Artists
  • Amanda Hopkins of Connecticut, USA: Photography & Jewelry Design
  • Amy Thornton of Kentucky, USA: Jewelry
  • Anita Miller of Virginia, USA: Fine Art Photography
  • Anne Klar of Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Three Dimensional Sculpted Painting
  • Avesha Michael of California, USA: Handcrafted Porcelain Jewelry & Home Decor
  • Diana Saputo of New York, USA: Handmade Artistic Jewelry & Handbags
  • Erin Rogers Pickering of New Jersey, USA: Watercolor Paintings & Illustrations
  • Helena Tiainen of California, USA: Painting
  • Hirjalda Mobley of Florida, USA: Handmade Shoe Clips & Accessories
  • Joey Nash of British Columbia, Canda: Oil, Watercolour & Pencil
  • Laurie Beringer of Ohio, USA: Jewelry Design
  • Liesl Marelli of Florida, USA: Photography
  • Linda Wood of California, USA: Mixed Media
  • Noshaba Bakht of Missouri, USA: Arabic Calligraphy & Trees
  • Samantha Miller of California, USA: Photography
  • Shaolan Sung of New York, USA: Oil Painting & Typography Art
  • Tracie Blyther of Colorado, USA: Designer Soaps & Essentials

We encourage our readers and artists to share links to the e-magazine and printed edition on their Facebook pages, Blogs, Websites, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, etc. We appreciate everyone for supporting Women in Art 278 and the artists we showcase. We offer a diverse collection of talent so that every single one of our readers can find an artist with whom they can visually connect.

January 2014 / e-Magazine

January 2014 / Printed Edition

Women in Art 278

January 2014 Issue

50 pages, published 12/31/2013
Announcing the release of Women in Art 278's January 2014 issue. Congratulations to Malaysian Artist Jennifer Mourin, our cover page artists whose artwork honors Global Family Day through her inspiring breastfeeding-influenced art. To contribute to the magazine or to learn more visit us at
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Thank you for supporting the arts! 

Sunday, December 29, 2013

An Inspiring Community!

Women in Art 278 is growing more each and every day. We are happy to feature artists in countries we have not yet featured. It's an absolute pleasure going on this journey with you all by providing a forum for artists to showcase their art and for fans &readers to find inspiration from it.

Please feel free to share this collage of featured artwork that we are now using for our facebook banner. We'd love for you to continue to read, like, comment and share out posts on Facebook. In order to keep our costs down, we try to use the help of artists and readers to spread the word about Women in Art 278 magazine.

Happy Holidays ... and very soon, a Happy New Year!

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

A Happy Holiday Giveaway! No cost entry

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Here are the terms and conditions: By participating in this giveaway, you qualify for a FREE two page spread in the January 2014 issue of Women in Art 278 magazine. The winner will be contacted directly and must be able to submit their artwork no later than December 29, 2013 via e-mail (high resolution artwork, social media links and an optional artist statement). We welcome ALL female artists across the globe and art genres! 

Thursday, December 5, 2013

January - February - March Art Contests

We have some wonderful art contests coming up. Each issue of Women in Art 278 (as of the December cover) will feature a theme inspired by a global issue. Why? Because as women and global citizens, it's important to keep global issues in the forefront of our minds because this world belongs to our children and who are we to leave it in worse shape than when we got it from our parents? (Much love to non-parents as well. Women absolutely can decide whether to have a family or not. We support ALL women and their choices)

Using your creativity, we encourage all artists to either create a new piece for the cover page contest or submit an already created piece. Please be sure to include a 500 word (minimum) write up about the connection between your artwork and the theme. Stumped about writing? Just write about how your artwork encompasses the theme and the importance of art to discuss an issue or about the importance of the issue itself. Artists are encouraged to write in their native language. We are here if you have any questions about how to submit or what's needed. Use these guidelines to help you along the way ... read here.

January 2014's theme Family & Community honoring Global Family Day 

February 2014's theme Language & Communication honoring Mother Language Day

March 2014's theme: Water or Monochromatic Blue Art honoring World Water Day 

About The Highlighted events

JANUARY - This is the very idea behind two January 1 events - One Day In Peace and Global Family Day. A global campaign for One Day In Peace on January 1, 2000 helped inspire a UN Resolution and a joint United States Congressional Resolution, inviting January 1 to be celebrated every year as a day of peace and sharing. If we can live for one day in peace, then we can work together to make peace last, one day at a time. The day has also come to be known as Global Family Day - a day for peace and sharing. Communities around the world come together for a shared meal on January 1 and talk about how they can help to create a better world. What can you do to help create humanity's first day of peace, ever?

FEBRUARY - In 1999, UNESCO decided to launch an International Mother Language Day (IMLD) to be observed throughout the world each year on 21 February. This celebration is designed to promote linguistic diversity and multilingual education, to highlight greater awareness of the importance of mother tongue education. Linguistic and cultural diversity represent universal values that strengthen the unity and cohesion of societies. That is why UNESCO’s Director-General, in launching IMLD 2013, will reinforce the importance of this core message and specifically highlight this year’s theme of access to books and digital media in local languages. UNESCO’s Member States worldwide are key actors in the promotion of mother tongues through their national institutions and associations. The media, schools, universities and cultural associations play an active part in promoting the IMLD goals. Using the slogan “Books for Mother tongue education”, IMLD 2013 aims to remind key stakeholders in education that in order to to support mother tongue education, it is essential to support the production of books in local languages.

MARCH - World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. An international day to celebrate freshwater was recommended at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). The United Nations General Assembly responded by designating 22 March 1993 as the first World Water Day. Each year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of freshwater. In 2013, in reflection of the International Year of Water Cooperation, World Water Day is also dedicated to the theme of cooperation around water and is coordinated by UNESCO in collaboration with UNECE and UNDESA on behalf of UN-Water.