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About Our Gallery

Welcome to the Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery.  Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery conducts monthly themed online art competitions and art exhibitions for new and emerging artists on a worldwide basis.  It is the gallery’s intention to help today’s artists to successfully market their art to a worldwide audience.   The winning artist’s […]

Benefits For Artists

The benefits of using Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery are numerous for new and emerging artists who wish to promote their art to a wider audience. Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery targets an audience that buys art, sells art and markets artist’s works on a very high professional level. The benefits […]

Current Competition

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces their 8th Annual “Figurative” Online Juried Art Competition for the month of March 2018. 2D and 3D artists (including photography) from around the world are asked to send us your best interpretation of the theme “Figurative” by depicting the human form and human features. “Figurative” is considered to be […]

Current Exhibition

Our art competition for February 2018 was our 9th Annual “Abstracts” 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 March 2018 online group art exhibition. Artists were asked for their interpretation of the “Abstracts” theme by submitting their best […]

Art Gallery Archives

Our Gallery Archives contains 2 sections for our website viewers. The first section contains the gallery’s Art Exhibition Archives. This would be the information, along with all images for anyone of our past monthly art exhibition. Secondly, the YouTube Archives section contains a video(s) of that particular monthly art exhibition. This is provided by a […]

Solo Art Series

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery (LST) has created the Solo Art Series in order to help emerging and serious 2D and 3D artists (including photography) achieve their goal of advancing their art careers.   The LST Solo Art Series offers emerging artists the opportunity and marketing vehicle to showcase a full body of their […]

7 Ways for Young Artists to Promote their Art Blog

By Nick Colakovic, firstsiteguide – In the digital era, it is very important for artists to establish a digital presence. There are many reliable methods to achieve this and having a regularly updated blog is one of them. But, since there are thousands of regularly updated blogs that offer valuable content to …
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Sell More Art with “In Situ” Art Presentations

By Jacob Smith, Guest Blogger – Interior design teaches us that every room is more than just individual furniture, colors, and light. As a whole, rooms are an expression. Components — chairs, tables, drapes — work together, in concert. For interior designers, that combination, not any one piece, makes a …
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Confessions of a Frustrated Artist

We receive emails from artists who are very talented but they have become disillusioned and disappointed with the “art business”. Everyone tells them that their art is great and that they should be very successful, but their dream of being a full-time artist is slipping away and they have become …
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5 Simple Ideas for Artists to Kick Start 2017

If you have not done so yet, have you determined and set up your art marketing goals for the year 2017? If not, here are 5 relatively easy things that an artist can do to help improve their marketing and branding of their art in 2017. I believe that if …
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Year in Review – Our Top Winning Artists for 2016

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce its “Year in Review” edition has been compiled and is now posted.  This feature reviews and promotes the gallery’s 12 top winning artists for the 12 individual monthly art exhibitions held in 2016. In 2016 the gallery received more …
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Sell Your Art With a Focus on Customer Service

By Renée Phillips, Guest Blogger -Have you ever wondered why some artists seem to attract loyal collectors that follow them everywhere and buy multiple works of art? When you take a closer look at their behavior you may discover it’s not that they were born to be salespeople. Instead, these …
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The 8 C’s for a PROSPEROUS Art Career

By Alyson B. Stanfield, Art Biz Coach – The artists I know and love are anything but linear, so how are they expected to work with a traditional business plan? I encourage you to nurture a holistic approach to your art career, which is why I developed The See Plan. I …
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3 Distractions that can Derail Your Art Business

By Carolyn Edlund, Guest Blogger – Not long ago I had a conversation with a ceramic artist who had a terrific body of work that was highly appealing and saleable. She was in a good place, increasing sales and expanding into a new marketplace. During our talk, she revealed something very …
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15 Reasons Why Now Is Best Time to Be an Artist

By Barney Davey, Guest Blogger  – To Be An Artist Is A Gift!   It Is a Unique Thing to Be an Artist. Learn to Celebrate, Enjoy and Utilize the Blessings You Have! While much of the world is plunged into darkness, we, by comparison, live with a nearly embarrassing, …
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Should an Artist Title Their Artworks?

Every month we receive many “untitled” artworks for our online art competitions.  Because of this, we suggest that artists title all of their artworks.  As a judge, a title provides me with a better understanding of what the artist wanted me to see and feel.  When an artist titles their …
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How to Be an Artist without Totally Losing It

By JoAnneh Nagler, Guest Blogger –  The first thing we usually think of when we hear the word ‘artist’ is ‘struggling artist’ or ‘starving artist.’  We tend measure ourselves against two crazy extremes—either by our willingness to starve, or by the multi-million dollar success of the very few.   We were …
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What Makes an Artist Professional?

By Aletta de Wal, Guest Blogger – There is still a lot of debate among artists about using the word “professional” to describe themselves. For artists who consider themselves “pure artists,” that word often implies commercialism and “selling out.” That’s not how I see it. I think that there is …
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