Call for Art: Operation Gaia

"What is the use of a house if you haven't got a tolerable planet to put it on?"

- Henry David Thoreau, Familiar Letters

The Changeling Artist Collective will be hosting a fundraiser auction, January 20th through January 27th. 100% of profits (excluding shipping) will be donated to the National Audubon Society.

We are inviting guest artists to participate in this event. Donated works should be small (5” x 7” or smaller, recommended). This is an open themed auction. Participating artists will have their work featured on our Facebook page and site.

If interested, please send your name and a link to your portfolio to

Deadline for Call: December 23rd
Participating Artists announced: January 2nd
An image of the art donated will be due: January 18th

If the work sells during the auction, you will be provided the buyer’s address for shipping. Shipping costs will be reimbursed.

Join the Facebook event here:

Art in Banner by Fergal O'Connor

AbleTalks Print Gala October 6th

I'm one of over 25 artists participating in the 1st Annual AbleTalks Print Gala, October 6, at The Old Post Office in  Fayetteville, Arkansas. The event is one night only. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase art prints for $25 each. The proceeds will go to benefit AbleTalks, a local non-profit which serves young adults with autism and other disabilities. Here are some details from the Facebook Event:

Limited edition prints from over 25 artists for $25 each. All sales benefit AbleTalks, a local non-profit which serves young adults with autism and other disabilities.

AbleTalks, a nonprofit based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, will host its 1st Annual Print Gala on October 6, 2016 from 6 to 9 pm in the Fayetteville Old Post Office located at 1 W. Center Street. The event will feature limited edition prints donated by 25 artists working globally in the fields of illustration, animation, and fine art. Money raised at the gala will be used to support the programs of AbleTalks, which provides educational and emotional support to adults with autism and other disabilities.

The event will coincide with the last First Thursday of the year and is free to the public. All ages are welcome to attend, and guests can expect light refreshments, alcoholic beverages, and live music. After the one night event, select unsold prints will be avalible online for those that can't attend in person.

I'm very pleased to be able to participate and contribute to this worthy organization. Those attending will have a chance to purchase a very special print of my painting, The Alchemist.