Did you see us at Photoville? We had so much fun, meeting artists and talking to passionate people is really inspiring. Thank you for continuing to inspire us!

Speaking of inspiration…you can VOTE NOW in our Splash! Photography Contest with amazing water photography from our Artist community. If you weren’t able to participate in this contest, we have another one starting next week!

We’ve got some exciting months ahead in the lead up to the holiday season so keep an eye out for more information.

❤️ Your Art Gallery Fact: We now have artists in 98 Countries, that’s just over half the world! Our plan to take over the world is right on track. 😉

Best,
The Your Art Gallery  Team

REAL ARTIST REAL STORIES: RENEE BEYDA

With an intuitive approach to the creative process, artist Renée Beyda embraces every act of living as a work of art. From cooking, reading and tweeting to indulging her fascination with people in her free flowing portrait work, Beyda allows all the sensory impressions of daily life to fuel her.

YAG GOES INTERACTIVE AT PHOTOVILLE

Did you ⭐️ Like It or ❤️ Love it? We had so much fun at Photoville with all our visitors. As an interactive component, Photovillains could vote on their favorite artwork. The container was FILLED with ‘Like It’ or ‘Love It’ magnets, take a peek at our favorite photos from the event.

PHOTOBOOK PROMOTION EXTENDED!

Due to popular demand we have extended the deadline for Photo Book Uploads until October 15. Make sure you have 25 NEW Images uploaded from Sept 1-Oct 15 and you qualify, easy peasy.

NEED PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS?

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a novice picking up a DSLR for the first time, there is always room for growth.

Here are a few best practices to improve your photography skills at any level.

NEW CONTEST COMING SOON!

Another amazing Your Art Gallery contest is coming soon. Keep an eye out for more details!

Splash voting has now commenced, vote for your favorite Water Photography entry.

THE ‘RHYTHM OF OLD NEW YORK’ EXHIBIT

Iconic jazz photographer Herman Leonard’s archive of 35,000 negatives was almost lost in a hurricane. The black and white works on view at Robert Mann Gallery  on view through October 14, 2017 shows some of the most highly regarded names in one of America’s most original musical art forms, Jazz.