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Congratulations to Evalynn J. Alu – The Winning Artist of "SeaScapes"

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Spend Money to Make Money…

How much of a financial investment are you making in your art business? By Carolyn Edlund –  There are so many free ways to share your art today, especially online. That’s great. You shouldn’t have to break the bank to get exposure for your artwork – but there are places where money is well spent: Your […]

5th Annual “Botanicals” Online Art Competition

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces their 5th Annual “Botanicals” Juried Art Competition for the month of October 2015. 2D and 3D artists from around the world are called upon to make online submissions for possible inclusion into the Gallery’s November 2015 online group art exhibition. The gallery encourages entries from artists (including […]

“SeaScapes” Art Exhibition – September 2015

Our art competition for September was the 5th Annual “SeaScapes” and 2D and 3D artists (including photography) from around the world were called upon to make online submissions for possible inclusion in to the Gallery’s October 2015 online group art exhibition.  The “SeaScapes” theme   was considered to be any art with the subjects being […]

Jan Brown – Solo Art Series #1 Winning Artist

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very pleased to announce that Jan Brown will have a month solo art exhibition and she will be featured on the gallery’s front page and in the “Solo Art Series” archive.  Jan Brown resides in Michigan and she is an abstract expressionist artist.  She will be featured on […]

5 Ways to Impress Buyers with Professionalism

By John Feustel – Want to attract buyers and set yourself apart as a serious artist? Professionalism is crucial if you want to stand out. And while important, it goes beyond polite and prompt communication. Buyers are more likely to trust and purchase from an artist who runs a professional business. Whether it’s providing a polished […]

Art Gallery Representation – 8 Questions to Ask!

By Lori McNee – Many aspiring artists are intimidated by the idea of finding art gallery representation.  These hopeful artists are not sure when it is the right time to take that leap of faith. But, leaping from aspiring to professional artist takes more than just faith.  It takes hard work, professionalism, and talent. Here […]

Light Space Time’s Entry Fee Reduced to $8.00

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery (LST) is pleased to announce the adjustment of their entry fees down to a starting fee of $8.00 for 1 entry in their regular monthly themed art competitions. Previously, Light Space & Time charged artists $12.00 for 1 to 2 entries.  The lower $8.00 entry fee has been […]

Successful Linkedin Networking for Artists

Linkedin affords professionals, especially artists, to reach, meet and network with other art professionals, that in the past, under normal circumstances, you would never be able to meet and get to know.  Artists on Linkedin can meet gallery owners, corporate art reps, interior designers and many other successful art professionals that may eventually help an […]

Judging Criteria for Our Juried Art Competitions

Every once in a while we will have an artist ask us to explain our judging criteria that we use for our art competitions. I will try to explain here what we are looking for when we judge an artist’s submissions for one of our online themed art competitions. First, let me say that our […]

10 Common Mistakes Artists Make at Art Fairs

By Aletta de Wal  – Summer art fair season is here in the northern hemisphere bringing art, wine and traffic to a neighborhood near you.   Lots of tents, lots of artists, lots of people browsing and lots of people at the food trucks paying $5 for a latte.  I go to a lot of […]

Light Space Time Adds SSL Certificate to Website

We are pleased to announce to our gallery artists and site visitors that Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery has recently redesigned our website and added an SSL Certificate to our web server.  This provides secure browsing sessions for anyone visiting our site.  You will see that the extension HTTP has changed to a […]

Think Like a Judge When Entering Art Contests

It is very difficult for most artists when entering an art competition to evaluate their entries objectively. Questions which come to mind are; will my art measure-up to everyone else’s? Is my style of art what they are looking for? Is my work good enough to be accepted? What are my reasons for entering this […]