Thermal.Gallery is a completely online exhibition space featuring virtual solo and group exhibitions using the Exhibbit platform!
Our gallery model follows the THERMAL theme founder Justin Germain has developed over many years–to serve as an entry for artists to market their work internationally, while allowing a broader audience to discover the often hidden talent of Arizona’s contemporary art community.
The idea was inspired by Mr. Germain’s parents, who were both hang glider pilots at one time. They taught him the basics of flight using thermal columns that rise from the desert floor. Thermal.Gallery will do the same for its artists, help them take flight and rise to success!
Thermal.Gallery is looking for artists over the age of 18 residing in Arizona working in any two-dimensional medium who create work that pushes the envelope aesthetically, stylistically, technically, thematically, or conceptually. We are searching for the very best, fresh, eye-catching artists currently working in the state who are ready to take the next step in their art career. We market our artists and exhibitions to nationally and internationally renowned galleries, curators, media, and art collectors.
To apply for a solo exhibition: Send a complete portfolio including an artist statement, bio, resume, and image list including titles, sizes, dates completed, and prices (in MS Word or PDF format) along with 12-20 images (in jpeg format, maximum 6in x 300 dpi) to email@example.com with the subject line SOLO EXHIBITION.
**Incomplete portfolios will not be reviewed. We reserve the right to accept or deny any submissions.
**All work submitted must have been completed in the last year
**All artists who apply for solo exhibitions will also be eligible for inclusion in the semi-annual NEW AZ ART group exhibitions in March and September.
**Selected artists will receive representation contracts for the terms of the exhibition.
**Thermal.Gallery will retain a 20% commission on any consigned artwork sold by the gallery during the exhibition contract terms.