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LarkGallery started a new project - we give artists the opportunity to present their art extensively in an online solo show on our website. We are proud to have our first solo show with distinguished Russian animator duo Yuri Noristein and Francheska Yarbusova.

If you are interested please submit 7 - 10 of your artworks, your art statement and bio in the folder 'Solo Shows' and our jurors will make a selection for February 2016.

Szvetlana Toth
Painting by Francheska Yarbusova

The submission deadline:
December 31, 2015


Dr. Mark Valinsky: "I was very honored to be a part of this art exhibition. Thousands of people attended the overall event at the prestigious Bergamot Station Art Complex in Santa Monica, California. There was a consistent overflow crowd of art enthusiasts visiting the Sulkin/Secant Gallery. It was the best attended art showing ever, closing almost 2 hours later than anticipated. I want to personally thank Ms. Lark Larisa Pilinsky, Gallery President and Mr. Tony Clark, art expert Trustee of the Hollywood Arts Council for a memorable and highly successful event."

Also please read this excerpt from a letter by Fahriye Mahrenholz:

"LarkGallery is an incredible example of international collaboration, work toward mutual understanding, and a model for public discourse on social topics through the arts. We strongly support LarkGallery Online. It provides an invaluable service to the public and organizations such as ours."

Please view our latest Events page for a glimpse of exhibitions LGO artists have been participating in during the last two months.


We are happy to announce that Academia Luciana confirmed the time for our next Art reterat in Italy, Civitella D'agliano and we are starting to accept submissions for this retreat in the folder 'Art Lab Italy 2016'.

LarkGallery will be able to send 15-20 artists to the Academia Lucian's Art Lab - two weeks' residency from August 19 to August 31, 2016. In this program artists from different countries will paint, gain knowledge from masters by working side by side with them, exchange ideas and learn from each other.

It will be a forum for artistic creativity amidst the majestic scenery of the medieval castle of Civitella in the region of Alto Lazio. Beside Art Lab activities participants will have time to rest, to rejuvenate their creativity and have a retreat from everyday life. Amongst other activies Academia Luciana is planning a day trip to the nearby situated valley of La Serpara and the Tarot Garden.

The art studios are located in the renovated castle premises. You can also enjoy authentic Italian country cuisine and the famous Alta Tuscia wines in the neighborhood cafes.

After the completion of the Art Lab we will conclude with an exhibition of the best artworks in Civitella. Each artist will receive two white canvases (60 x 80 cm) to paint on them. One art work created during the residency on one of those canvases will be retained by the organizers for an exhibition at the museum of Civitella d'Agliano.

The Art Lab participants will be selected by LarkGallery board of directors and Academy Luciana. All accepted participants will receive a special diploma from Academia Luciana upon completion of the Art-Lab residency.

The artists are responsible for all travel expenses, art supply and meals. Estimated costs for the two weeks stay at the Academy Luciana is €850 which includes accomodations, the bus ride from the Rome Airport to Civitella and back to airport and the tour day by bus to Etruscan museum Tarquinia or Tarot Garden. Details TBD. Both tours planned the way that the participants can spend some time on the Mediteranean see.

We will be able to offer a group fair, if you travel from LAX. Please email us if you are planning to participate and have questions.

Deadline: January 31, 2016. For terms and conditions please see our submission page.


We are living in a time where our concepts of reality are becoming increasingly obsolete. We are outgrowing our beliefs of "us" versus "them" and of "good" versus "evil" because we started to move to a higher perspective where boundaries are not so easily drawn and projections crumble in the face of human suffering.

We are calling on artists to present their attempts of reaching higher grounds where the unimaginable, the unspeakable becomes a stepping stone into a future that includes contrast, allows the other to be with all their differences and strives to see through the veils of separation and alienation.

Please go to the submission page and submit your images to folder 'Portal VII'

Deadline: January 7, 2016


CIVITELLAOur international group of about 24 artists from 5 continent and 11 countries, including the United States, Colombia, Tunisia, Australia, Germany and Russia spent 16 days in Civitella D'Agliano, a medieval town, located 50 miles north of Rome. The artists ranged from ages 19 to 70. They worked in all styles and all media, including performance art.

Karen Hansen - one of the participants - beautifully captured the spirit and atmosfere of the Art-Lab reatreat:

"Originally Civitella d'Agliano was built as a lookout and the huge watch tower still stands on the piazza, although after a restoration in about 1970 it's only 300 feet tall, about 2/3 its original height. The town was one of three strategically located high on hilltops within the Tiber River valley.

Please read full testimonials about Art-Lab in Italy by Karen Hansen and Linda Kunik on our blog.

Our Mission

We work to increase the visibility of talented artists from around the world and foster appreciation of art by teaching people of all ages a 21st century art language. We use the conversations of color, shape, texture and line to demonstrate that communication can be free of prejudice toward any language, religion or philosophy.

We want to give thanks to

Our Sponsors

Including: Radio show - KCRW "Art Talk", Phantom Galleries, Julie Rico, The Loft at Liz's and Functional Medicine in Los Angeles, HKazan Gallery in Culver City, Anais Gallery at Bergamot Station, Bleicher/Golightly Gallery in Santa Monica, Nicka Gallery in Tzfat, Israel, and Art Germann Gallery in Moscow, Russia. (To read more please visit "Our Sponsors" page)