10x10x10xTieton Exhibition – Call For Work


Tieton Arts & Humanities announces the 15th annual international juried exhibition. 10x10x10xTieton invites artists to create artwork no larger than 10 inches in any dimension.

10x10x10xTieton features about 150 artists from around the world. With no media restrictions, the exhibition presents a broad range of pieces, from sculpture to painting, sound collage, book arts, photography and everything in between. All works are printed in a handbound exhibition catalog made in Tieton at Paper Hammer Studios. Every exhibiting artist receives a free catalog and additional copies are available for sale during the exhibition.

JUROR – A N G E L I N A • V I L L A L O B O S ( 1 7 9 )
My work follows a quote from local KEXP VJ Gabe Teodros “If a tree can’t grow there, I can’t grow there” highlighting the struggle of what it means to grow in difficult spaces. My work often depicts nature and animals thriving in the manmade circumstances of their mural sites; industrial areas, urban landscapes, etc. Places where we might overlook the order of nature. I accomplish this by using color fluidly; selecting palettes from the area around me and playfully experimenting with shades, complimentary colors, and my favorite, neons! My figurative work lends itself to the imagination, for example how a wolf would appear in a fantastical technicolor dream. My goal is to always experiment and play with shapes and color, bringing the outside in.

With over 10+ years of experience, I am a Seattle-based Latine muralist, painter, educator, and illustrator. My passion lies in creating murals that bring life and meaning to the spaces they inhabit. Drawing inspiration from my upbringing as an Americanized Mexican Catholic in the Pacific Northwest, my work beautifully blends elements of graffiti, anime, folklore, and fairytales.
As an artist, I am deeply mindful of how art can positively impact the community. I cherish every opportunity to engage with the community and create vibrant and captivating murals that leave lasting impressions. My ultimate goal is to design safe and beautiful spaces for community members, fostering mindfulness and meaningful connections through my art installations.
One of the aspects I truly love is working with youth, challenging their brilliant minds to consider their roles in the rapid growth of our city. I believe that art has the power to shape perspectives and empower the next generation.
My journey into the world of art began with a pursuit in Graphic Design, but I soon realized that I wanted to create art that extended beyond the boundaries of a computer screen. After working over a decade with Art Primo, an online graffiti supply company, I transitioned from being a part-time artist to dedicating myself fully to mural work.
Driven by my passion, I founded House of the Wolves, named after my last name Villalobos. As a small business, I specialize in creating vibrant murals for a diverse range of clients, including Meta (formerly Facebook), The Seattle Seahawks, Climate Pledge Arena, and The Seattle Kraken.”



$30 for two submissions, $14 each additional submission. Submit only one JPEG per artwork Please send a high resolution image. These images will be used to create the print catalog.

Your entry fee helps to support access to cultural opportunities that are not generally available in small communities with limited resources. Money raised through this call will go towards supporting free children’s art programs, and continued free public gallery access.


This is an international call. There are no geographic limits.

Tieton Arts & Humanities aims to uplift the voices of all artists that we serve. BIPOC, LGBTQ+, professional, mid-career, and emerging artists are encouraged to apply; all levels of experience and backgrounds are welcome and considered.


All media welcome. Works must be of original design and personal execution and made within the previous three years. Entries must arrive ready to hang.


No piece may be larger than 10 inches x 10 inches x 10 inches, in any dimension, INCLUDING THE FRAME. Each accepted entry must be installation-ready, framed or encased, with appropriate hanging hardware and installation instructions (Must have an attached wire or hook on the back of the frame), and clearly labeled with the artist’s name and title of the work. Most sculptures will be placed on shelves, although some will be displayed on plinths. Please test your framing/presentation before sending it. At this size, the presentation of your work is as important as the object, and deserves extra care and consideration.


August 3rd – October 5th, 2024 at the Mighty Tieton Warehouse in Tieton, WA.
Address: 608 Wisconsin Ave Tieton, WA 98947
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 3rd from 12 – 3pm.


Submissions will be accepted through Friday, June 7th, 2024 no later than 11:59 PM Mountain Standard Time.


Artists will be notified via email no later than Monday, June 24th, 2024.


There will be 3 Juror’s Awards of $150 each given at the Opening Reception. If an artist is not present, a check will be mailed to the artist. A People’s Choice award of $150 voted on by gallery attendees will be awarded at the end of the show.


All sales will be handled through TA&H. A 40% commission will be charged. All pieces MUST REMAIN up for the duration of the exhibition. TA&H reserves the right to sell accepted works online during the exhibition.

Artists will pay for shipping sold artwork to the buyer. TA&H will send checks to the artist for the sale of their work – less any shipping and sale related fees – at the end of the exhibition.