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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Newsletter: Details about the upcoming issue

Announcement from Women in Art 278 Magazine
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Approaching Deadline

December 12th, is the final day to submit artwork for our January 2016 issue. 

(Can you believe it's the end of the year already?!)

Link to the submission form
Link to commonly asked questions / answers


Please ensure all artwork is named properly and is 300dpi
and do not add a digital watermark / signature to artwork. Artists who
physically sign their art may (of course) do so but artists who add a computer-based
signature or copyright symbol to their art will be rejected. 
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Do you have an art show coming up?

If you have upcoming art shows / exhibitions, send us the link on facebook along with a brief write up. Be sure the write up includes information about the art exhibit, location, dates, etc. We'll post it to our page and website as well. 
Did you check out the October 2015 issue? Here's a direct link.
Or purchase a printed edition or digital download here
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Please forgive us if we are slow at responding to emails or messages during the holiday season. 


 

Friday, October 2, 2015

Promotion: The Coloring Book Queen

One of Women in Art 278 Magazine's amazing artists just informed us of an awesome new adventure she is undertaking. By now I'm sure you've heard about the coloring book craze out there, which she has now contributed to and we wish her ALL the success in the world.

Angela Treat Lyon's books are beautiful, magical and are fun for adults and kiddos alike.

So why color, you may wonder. Here's a great answer that may validate your doodles, sketches and coloring ...

"When coloring, we activate different areas of our two cerebral hemispheres, says psychologist Gloria Martínez Ayala. “The action involves both logic, by which we color forms, and creativity, when mixing and matching colors. This incorporates the areas of the cerebral cortex involved in vision and fine motor skills [coordination necessary to make small, precise movements]."  [Sited by Huffpost Arts  & Culture]

Here's a link to Angela's books. Check them out, show some love and support a fellow woman in art.







If you are a woman in art and would like to feature your latest work, 
please email Women in Art 278 Magazine here

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

October 2015 Magazine Issue Release


Hello, October! Please enjoy our colorful and diverse October 2015 issue featuring 42 amazing artists ranging from pastels to pop art to mixed media and ceramics. We'd like to say an extra special congratulations to cover page artist Jessilyn Park of Florida, USA.

With the free online edition, you'll be able to click the upper corner of each artist's page to view additional artwork on her website, facebook, instagram, etc. We encourage everyone to share the magazine with their network and continue supporting women in the arts.

In this entry (at the bottom below the list of artists' names found in this issue) you'll find the free online edition of the magazine that you can view from your computer, phone or tablet. As well, you'll find the link where you may purchase a copy of the magazine (we ship internationally) or buy a digital download.

Interior Page Samples from this issue



Artists featured in this issue are as follows: 


Alice Bach Hyde, P.S.A.
Pastels
Alabama, USA

Angie Harris
Digital Photography
Missouri, USA

Arlene Rabinowitz
Pastel
Arava, Israel

Briley Pickerill
Photography
Wyoming, USA

Carmel Joseph
Painting
Pennsylvania, USA

Cherie Giampietro
Ceramics
Maine, USA

Cristina Parus
Mixed Media
Bucharest, Romania

Daniela B. Eidt
Acrylic
Washington, USA

Denise Peat
Oil and Acrylic Paintings
British Columbia, Canada

Elena Roush
Oil on canvas
Utah, USA

Elena Tronina
Watercolor / Graphic
Warsaw, Poland

Emily Ryan
Illustration
Pennsylvania, USA

Erica Hackett
Pop Art
New York, USA

Ira Samyra
Acrylic Painting
Bali, Indonesia

Irina Babanova
Digital Photography
Tokyo, Japan

Irina Sztukowski
Watercolor
California, USA

Jamie Swim
Acrylic
Hawaii, USA

Jessilyn Park
Oil
Florida, USA

Kim Testone
Acrylic
New York, USA

Kinga Britschgi
Digital Art
Idaho, USA

Laurie Beringer
Handmade Jewelry
Ohio, USA

Lia (Aqualia) Kaderoglou
Mixed Media
Thessaloniki, Greece

Lidia Essen
Watercolor
Novokuznezk, Russia

Liesl Marelli
Photography
Florida, USA

Magdalene Pougoura
Digital Painting on Processed Photograph
Thessaloniki, Greece

Marietjie Henning
Oils on canvas
Mpumalanga, South Africa

Marta Saad
Photography
Novara, Italy

Maya Manolova
Watercolor
Sofia, Bulgaria

Melanie Liotta
Stoneware Pottery
California, USA

Naomi VanDoren
Watercolor & Digital Painting
Florida, USA

Nicole Grimm-Hewitt
Contemporary Painting
NSW, Australia

Ningning Li
Oil
Lima, Peru

Olesya Sytnyk
Oil Pastel
California, USA

Olivia Bonham
Digital Restoration of Old Master Art
Texas, USA

Pamela Peters
Photography
Kansas, USA

Riana van Staden
Digital Art
Gauteng, South Africa

Sheila Thomas
Acrylic
Virginia, USA

Shlomit Ofir
Jewelry Design
Tel Aviv, Israel

Solvita Balode
Drawing
Vidzeme, Latvia

Therese Misner
Acrylic
Oregon, USA

Victoria General
Watercolour / Pastel
Ontario, Canada

Wendy J. St. Christopher
Digital Photographic Art
Texas, USA









Women in Art 278 Magazine (October 2015)
56 pages, published 10/1/2015
Issue I, Volume III. Women in Art 278 Magazine showcases women in the arts from across the globe. Art genres include ceramics, oil painting, photography, acrylic painting, pop art, fine art and more. For more information visit www.ART278.org. We welcome new artists.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Approaching Deadline for October 2015's Issue



Hello, Ladies! Here's a reminder about the upcoming submission deadline, which is quickly approaching.

Deadline: September 12, 2015

Read the full newsletter / announcement here: View Newsletter Here


Saturday, July 11, 2015

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Women in Art 278 Magazine clothing, coffee mugs, wall clocks, prints, laptop cases and much more. This is an awesome gift for any featured artist in our magazine or anyone awesome enough to support women in the arts!


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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Announcement: July 2015 Issue Published!

July is here and so is our latest magazine issue. This stunning collection of art includes 36 artists who will certainly captivate your senses. We feature artists who create with ceramics, custom jewelry, digital art, mixed media, photography, acrylic paintings, oil paintings, watercolor painting, drawings and more. The inspiration varies from page to page as does the sentiments they offer. We hope you enjoy the collection.

We encourage our readers to share our free online edition via their networks and social media. And, of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't boast about the printed edition which is nothing short of a work of art itself. A perfect addition to a coffee table, waiting room or a night stand so you can fall asleep with your neurons firing off creativity. 

Purchase a printed issue or download it digitally here 
or view the free online edition here

Congratulations to cover page artist Carla Sá Fernandes of Portugal. 


Interior Page Sample


Interior Page Sample


Featured this issue are the following artists:

Anastasia Lovisetto 
Jewelry
Cambridge, United Kingdom

Blanca  LaCortiglia 
Acrylic Paintings
South Carolina, USA

Brandy Woods
Illustration & Fine Art
Quebec, Canada

Carla Sá Fernandes
Oil / Acrylic on Canvas
Minho, Portugal 

Deb Putnam 
Oil Painting
Massachusetts, USA

Deborha Kerr
Acrylic
British Columbia, Canada

Diane Hoeptner
Painting
Ohio, USA

Donna Tuten
Oil Painting
Virginia, USA

Elena Kolotusha
Drawing
Victoria, Australia

Elena Nosyreva
Mixed Media Collage
Texas, USA

Elizabeth Williams
Oil Painting
Dorset, United Kingdom

Evie Zimmer
Abstract Oil Painting
Ohio, USA

Frances McMahon
Watercolour
Canberra, Australia

Georgianne Giese
Digital Art
Arizona, USA

Hailey Herrera
Watercolor
Texas, USA

Hollis Fortune
Acrylic
Massachusetts, USA

Jean Ann Bolliger
Ceramics
Ohio, USA

Kristina Vardazaryan 
Digital Art
California, USA

Liesl Marelli 
Photography 
Florida, USA

Lynda H. Payton
Trans Photo Digital Art
Maryland, USA

Mandy Budan
Acrylic
Ontario, Canada

Martina Zalig 
Geometric Ceramic Jewelry 
Renfrewshire, United Kingdom

Mary Pixi Cahalan Lee
Acrylic Contemporary
Galway, Ireland

Midori Chan
Photography
Tokyo, Japan

Mindy Sommers
Digital Painting and Pastiche
Vermont, USA

Natali Shvets
Felting
Vinnitskaya obl, Ukraine

Nikki Frazier
Mixed Media
Texas, USA

Sheila Thomas
Acrylic
Virginia, USA

Teresa Young
Painting
Nova Scotia, Canada

Therese Misner
Acrylic
Oregon, USA

Tracy Lin
Naturalism
Guangdong, People’s Republic of China

Tricia Butski
Drawing
New York, USA

Valentina Miletic
Acrylic on Canvas
Ontario, Canada

Vesna Delevska
Acrylic
Montana, USA

Wendy Hawkins
Watercolor
Arizona, USA

Yana Dvoretska
Fashion Design
Sofia, Bulgaria

Women in Art 278 Magazine (July 2015)
48 pages, published 7/1/2015
Issue IV, Volume II. Women in Art 278 Magazine showcases women in the arts from across the globe. Art genres include ceramics, oil painting, photography, acrylic painting, adornments, fine art and more. For more information visit www.ART278.org. We welcome new artists.
Order a printed edition through MagCloud or purchase a digital download. 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Women’s rights, ISIS, and freedom: Jordanian street art expresses its frustration


By Paula Froelich, Yahoo Travel
On the road from the airport in Amman to the city’s center — one thing becomes obvious: not only does the city have a lot of graffiti everywhere… but it seems to be celebrated.
And when you look a little closer, you start to realize it’s not just haphazard graffiti. It‘s art — and there’s a message.
I met up with Laila Ajjawi, a budding graffiti star. Her mural is part of the Women On Walls project behind the Ras Al Ain Gallery in Amman, Jordan’s capital. The wall that features the project is the longest graffiti wall in the Middle East and the artwork is all created by female artists.
“My mural is about what’s in my mind. What people can’t — or won’t — see,” Laila said. She is a Palestinian refugee who has a Jordanian passport. Laila grew up in a Palestinian refugee camp in the north of Jordan. She had taken a four-hour bus ride from there to meet with me.
“It’s about expression, and I try to use my art to tell a story and help others express themselves.” Laila’s main medium is oil paint and this was her first graffiti project.
“I want to do more and art can be a conduit for change,” she told me. “There are so many issues facing women in the Middle East: women’s rights — how we are treated, for example. Right now, if you are a woman and a Jordanian and have a child with a Palestinian, your child will not have Jordanian citizenship. Citizenship is passed down only through men.” Laila has done a lot of work in the refugee camps — Palestinian, Iraqi, and Syrian — helping women confront their fears and their situations through art.