Call to Artists for February Gallery Show

Berlin Wall 1989
Berlin Wall 1989


What better month than February to present passion.

In this exhibition we would like to bring together a variety of images that focus on the expression of PASSION. It maybe about love, hate, politics, social protest, envy, competitiveness, internal debate, self-motivation, war.

Works Eligible: Color and Black & White Photo Print

All submitted work must be original and owned by artist.

Curator: Frank Meo

Submission Guidelines:

Images can be sent in jpg, gif, png or pdf format at 300dpi.
Submission fee $45.00 (five images max)
Use PayPal or Venmo for payment:

Deadlines: Timetable Overview

  • Artist to submit digital files – January 30th – February 9th.
  • Selection process of submissions: Completed by February 9th.
  • Accepted artist notification February 10th.
  • Artist deliver framed print(s) ready to hang to gallery February 16th.
  • Opening Reception: Tuesday, February 20th – 6:00pm – 8:30pm.
  • Show February 20th – March 15th.
  • Artist retrieve art work March 16th

Selected Artwork Specifications:

Size requirements: Minimum 11 x 14 in. – Maximum 30 x 40 in. Framed.
Artwork must be framed and ready to hang. All necessary information must be filled out on the attached registration form. If you need a great framer contact Jeremy Lips at or call 917 843 8224.

Gallery Space: Paulaner Located at 265 Bowery (just off Houston)

Paulaner, a German style brewery/Biergarten continues the tradition of the 19th C German immigrants in NYC, who opened their biergardens, music halls and theaters in the Bowery neighborhood. Besides offering good drinks and food, Paulaner, with its inviting community tables, is also a welcoming place to meet and enter conversations.

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Gallery Show – Walking

Please join us on January 17th, at the Paulaner Gallery for our next opening. This event will showcase the talent of these wonderful artists: Jason Baker, Bruce Byers, Nune Karamyan, Ted Andreasian, Andreea Waters, Alec Vianu, Stephen Pile, Jason Rice, John Neitzel and Robert Essel.

The theme this month is, Walking. Our world evolves around people going from here to there. The cities are lanes of walkers of all shapes and sizes with a never ending flow of pedestrians enlivening our sidewalks, our parks and squares, beaches, boardwalks and fashion runways.

The show runs through Febuary 16th and all prints are for sale.

We thank Paulaner for their continued commitment to photographers and for facilitating a venue to promote our craft, we remain extremly grateful.

Curator: Frank Meo



NYC Seminar with B&H: How to Succeed as a Photographer in Today’s Over-the-Top Competitive Business Environment

So you have been studying and practicing; mastering your photography, and you would like to pursue your dream of being a professional photographer. What next? How do you get started?

In this presentation, we will discuss estimating and negotiating, best practices, creating a marketing plan, representation, brainstorming and writing a creative brief. We will create a plan on how to identify and reach out to potential clients you’ll learn how to approach and connect with ad agencies and clients.

By dissecting actual produced jobs and real case histories you will garnish information, protocols and experiences that will be invaluable to your growth as a working and sustainable photographer. Key to our discussion is personal dialogue and interaction, you will have plenty of time for questions!

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