Time's Running Out: Submit to the RELISH Vol. 3 Invite
Calling all Seattleites 🗣 There are only 10 days left to submit your artwork that showcases your raw talent. RELISH is looking for art of all mediums to be featured in RELISH VOL. 3 print magazine and an art exhibition.
RELISH is a series of submission-fueled print magazine releases paired with exhibitions celebrating unsung and pioneering creators, one city at a time. A collaboration between GRØSS Magazine and Ello.
Selected artists will be invited to exhibit in a pop-up art show in Seattle, Washington.
• 30+ artists will be selected to be featured in a limited-edition publication
• Selected artists MAY also be interviewed, featured in GRØSS and Ello newsletters, and have access to video and photo assets of the gallery show.
Get inspired by some dope submissions below, then Learn More & Submit.
These are some drawings I made that I consider to be self portraits. I took selfies of myself looking stupid through the Sephora app’s virtual makeup try-on and then illustrated the expressions on heads of elaborate, big hair.
The ways we interact with the world shapes the world, and the world shapes us. Photographer Lynae Cook photographs moments at times and in places that often go unnoticed, with the idea that by capturing pockets of life that are specific, we can explore shared experiences and stories that may go untold.
Madison Leiren grew up with Norwegian food, traditions, and fairy tales. “There were always a lot of stories about the old county in our family, and our houses were filled with trolls and paintings of the fjords.” It made a big impression on her as a little girl; she has always been intrigued by a world of mythical fantasy. Leiren is a huge fan of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, and she loves Viking history and legend.
Josh and Gina’s Kitchen, 24”x24”, oil on panel
Instant Film of Impossible Project or Polaroid Original and found photographs, mounted to rag board
Scarlet Drop 37" x 37" x 1.5" Acrylic On Wood Panel
Josh Manderville is a painter raised in the South King County suburbs. Far Side comic strips, MAD Magazine, Garbage Pail Kids, National Geographic, Pee-wee's Playhouse, and 1960’s Disney animation landscape artists like Eyvind Earle and Al Dempster have had a lasting influence on Josh’s developing style.
Painting for me is a thinking process, a way to engage in a kind of internal discourse. In my work, I deconstruct the human form. I am inspired by tattoos, unique color palettes, and the crisp line work of iconic mid-century cartoons. I continually strive for my paintings to show the celebration of life and what it means to be human.