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Deadline For "Peace In The Chaos" Submissions Is April 24

Deadline For "Peace In The Chaos" Submissions Is April 24

(ASBURY PARK, NJ) -- For many of us, this past year has unleashed emotions and thoughts that can feel chaotic or out of control. Whether you've gotten stressed scrolling through conflicting accounts of current events, getting interrupted by your kids on a video call, sharing a small space with your partner, trying to figure out how to pay next months rent, worrying about your loved ones' health, or simply trying to make decisions in the face of the unknown, we've all had a chaotic year.

Art 629 Gallery is looking for artists who use the meditative power of creating art to find peace in the chaos. What color is your chaos? What shape? What texture? This exhibit, entitled "Peace in the Chaos," will be focused specifically on artists who convey their emotions through the creative process.  If you are an artist who managed to cope with this year's chaos by creating, send them your work for consideration to be in the upcoming exhibition. The Deadline for Submissions is Saturday, April 24. 


Bio/Statement | Link to website and relevant social media accounts | Up to 5 images of recent work labeled with: Your Name, Title, Medium, Size, Price (*When pricing your art, please note the gallery takes 50% commission of sales*)

All of this information must be included in order for your submission to be considered. Please do not send only pictures. There is a $10 non-refundable submission fee for your entry payable through paypal.

Important Dates: Deadline for Submissions is Saturday April 24. You will be notified if your work has been chosen for this exhibit by Saturday May 1. All art chosen for this exhibit must be dropped off at the gallery by Saturday May 8. The Opening Reception will be Saturday May 15 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. The exhibit will be on display until Saturday July 10.


art629 Gallery was founded by artist Patrick Schiavino in 2009.  The gallery is a mainstay on Cookman Avenue, it the heart of downtown Asbury Park, and has been host to many shows since that time which include painting, photography, sculpture, theater, spoken word, and musical events including the Asbury Underground. The gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of fine and contemporary art with the objective being to give all artists a voice, with its’ focus on bringing new and fresh ideas to the region.

originally published: 04/16/2021

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