K Love 4 Art
K Love 4 Art

First Annual International Visual Art Exhibition

Animal conference on the survival of human. November 30, 2024 – February 28, 2025 K-Love 4 Art Gallery
Deadline is September 2nd. 7 weeks left to enter. Open to Members and Non-Members.
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Deadline for entry: September 2, 2024
Welcome to the First Annual International K-Love 4 Art Gallery Visual Art Exhibition! We are thrilled to extend this invitation to artists worldwide to participate in our inaugural event. This exhibition promises to be a platform for artists to showcase their talent and creativity on a global scale, in the city of Seattle, with the opportunity to win prestigious awards, a gallery exhibition in 2025/26, networking opportunities and a showcase of your artwork and bio on website.


K-Love 4 Art, llc
3433 4th Ave S
Seattle, WA, 98134

[email protected]

Entry Fee

  • $35 for up to 3 works. $40 for 4 works. $45 for 5 works.
  • Up to 5 works per artist.

Exhibition Requirements

  • Artist must provide a short artist statement (120 word maximum)
  • Maximum 40” on the longest edge.
  • Works must be wired, framed, and ready to hang.
  • All works must be for sale. NFS is not allowed.


  • 1st Prize
    $1000, with solo exhibition in 2025/26 & Artist Gallery Contract for 1 year
  • 2nd Prize
    $500, with solo exhibition in 2025/26 & Artist Gallery Contract for 1 year
  • 3rd Prize
    $300, with solo exhibition in 2025/26 & Artist Gallery Contract for 1 year
  • 4th, 5th, 6th
    Group exhibition in 2025
  • Honorable Mention

Inaugural Curators

Carol Rashawnna Williams, rashawnna-at-klove4art.com
Award Winning Artist, Cornish College of Arts Neddy Finalist with work in collections at City of Seattle, Colleges in the region, Seattle Convention Center and numerous homes. With a BA in Advanced Studio Arts and Traditional Photography, MA in Organizational Development, PhD Art as Education (2 years), is the Owner at K-Love 4 Art Gallery & BIPOC Sustainable Tiny Art House Community

Noa Piper
, instagram.com/noapiper
Prestigious Pacific Northwest Artist of more than 20 years with expertise in visual art, painting and sculpture, takes the mundane and works it into abstract controlled chaos. Noa’s work has been on exhibition in local galleries, organizations and at the imphamis Tashiro Kaplan Artists Lofts.

Eli Lara
, elinotlara.com
Tashiro Kaplan Artist, with commissions by Seattle Folklife Festival, the 2024 Festival Cover and the owner of Print Media Studio in the heart of Downtown Seattle, Eli finds inspiration in the energy of the living psyche, interested in capturing the forms and figures of the natural world in a tactile, visceral manner. He paints in a gestural and spontaneous fashion, capturing the emotions and movements of the living form, melding the experience of both the subject and the observer He graduated in 2013 from the University of Washington School of Art with a BA in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts. He currently lives and works out of the Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts in Pioneer Square.

Maya Milton,
Emerging Artist with recognition as Cornish College of the Arts Neddy Finalist and exhibitions in multiple galleries in the region. Maya creates work that fosters a transformative space where ALL can envision lives beyond the confines of existing structures, while also creating art that explores the depths of peace. I draw inspiration from human connection, consciousness, and the vast universe, with a style that incorporates elements of Pop Art. Placing us in positions that reveal the inherent beauty and extraordinary power within us all.

Jasmine Iona Brown,
Sculptor Painter, Coordinator at Spaceworks, Tacoma, WA, has commissioned work in public spaces, is a multi-disciplinary artist, creative entrepreneur, and Public Art Coordinator for Spaceworks Tacoma. She is also the director of a local non-profit art school called, Swan Creek Art Academy, that provides free art classes to the community. And she is a member of the Tacoma Arts Commission.

Packaging and Shipping Artwork

Must be received by November 28, 2024. Artwork received after this date will be mailed back to artists and not permitted in exhibition.

Artists whose works require shipping are responsible for securely packaging their pieces according to provided guidelines. Shipping arrangements must be finalized by this date to ensure timely delivery. Artists must provide shipping return labels for their artwork. All artwork must be wired, framed and ready to hang or it will NOT be accepted into exhibition.

Artwork Hanging

November 25–29, 2024.
The selected artworks will be professionally arranged and displayed within the exhibition space, creating an immersive and visually stunning experience.

Exhibition Opening

Saturday, November 30, 2024
The exhibition will open to the public, marking the beginning of a celebration of artistic excellence and creativity.

Opening Reception

Saturday, December 7, 2024. 1–8pm, with after party 9pm–midnight.

Exhibition Duration

November 30, 2024–February 28, 2025
Exhibition open to the public.
Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the exhibition and engage with the artworks throughout this period. Artwork can also be viewed online, and by appointment.

Artwork Return

Artwork to be shipped back to artists; March 1 - April 1, 2025.

All dates are subject to change at the discretion of the organizers. Artists will be notified of any updates or modifications to the timeline. We look forward to hosting the first annual international art exhibition and celebrating the exceptional talent of artists worldwide!


Please contact Carol at [email protected].

Additional Notification Information

Notifications will be emailed by the end of the day on September 24, 2024. We cannot respond to inquiries regarding the status of notifications before that time.

Please add [email protected] to your email safe senders list.

After notifications are sent, you may view the status of your entry in your ShowSubmit artist account’s Entry History. Accepted works will be notated by a green check.

If you do not receive your email, you may also view your notification letter using the View Notification link in your Entry History.

Note: Entries made prior to 2023 may not display the View Notification link.

Image and Filename Specifications

  • Submit your original JPEG image files.
  • Crop out all parts of the photo that are not the actual work; do not show mat, frame, etc, only the work itself.
  • Image must be displayed right side up.
  • You do not need to resize your image files.
  • You do not need to rename your image files.

Additional Entry Information

  • You will pay for your entry by credit or debit card using our secure checkout system.
  • After your entry is submitted and paid for, you may log back in to review your entry, edit artist and image information, and add or substitute images up until the entry deadline (September 2, 2024.)
  • Entry fees are not refundable and must be submitted and paid by the entry deadline.
  • Entries cannot be accepted or changed after the deadline. Incomplete entries will be disqualified.


For questions about the entry process or this website please contact ShowSubmit Support at [email protected]. We will get back to you between 9am and 6pm Eastern Time, Monday to Friday. You can also view the Support Center, Entry Guide, or our FAQ.