April 1 – 30, 2024

As we immerse ourselves in the beauty and depth of artistic expression, this theme serves as a medium for our artists to express the deep connections they have with their artworks. Beneath our diverse experiences, cultures, and backgrounds, we all share a common longing for connection. Our selected 58 artists open a captivating window into the intimate relationships they have with their work, with other people, with their environment, and with their inner selves. In a world often filled with division and isolation, ”Connections” group show is meant to be a poignant exploration of the power of human connection through the universal language of art.

Girl Power!

March 1 – 31, 2024

Ever since it made its grand entrance on the popular culture stage thanks to the US punk band Bikini Kill, the term “Girl Power” has steadfastly held its position as a significant (political) catchphrase. “Girl Power” gained more prominence in pop culture after it was embraced by the British pop band the Spice Girls in the late 90’s, transforming it into a significant and appealing slogan. The meaning of ”Girl Power” is a self-reliant attitude among people in ambition, assertiveness, and individualism. In this art show, we pay homage to the voices and the stories woven by women across generations. It is a tribute to the transformations, the triumphs, and the unity that can arise when women unapologetically embrace their individuality and their stories. The selected 60 artists display the diversity and multicultural experiences and perspectives of women.

Piece Of Me

February 1 – 29, 2024

Self-expression and personal narratives are the topics of our February group show. Many artists’ art practice has always been centered around creating a multifaceted portrait of the human experience, which emphasizes both the similarities and differences between all of us, therefore artists are contributing to an open and inclusive dialogue about self-expression, narrative, and identity, making this group show “Piece of Me” not only a celebration of creativity but also a celebration of humanity. In this show the juried 83 artists express themselves authentically adding plenty of richness to the show.

Unveiling The Layers

January 1 – 31, 2024

Throughout art history, layers have been more than just a visual element; they embody depth, complexity, and hidden narratives waiting to be uncovered. Whether it be a physical layer (different textures or materials), an emotional layer (depicting different emotional states or experiences), a cultural or historical layer (exploring different traditions, narratives, or customs), or even a societal layer (examining different ideologies, social constructs, or political systems). “Unveiling the Layers” is a show where 50 artists peel back the layers and showcase the depth and complexity within their artworks.


December 1 – 31, 2023

It’s time to Rewind and Reveal! Once again we are doing a show that is all about reflecting on the last year and revisiting artworks our artists have created. For artists, anything and everything can be a source of inspiration. In this group show the selected 64 artists celebrate the people, things, and moments that made their 2023 so special.

Vibrant Visions

November 1 – 30, 2023

As November is one of the darkest months of the year, we have created a group show showcasing artworks from 73 artists who dare to dream in color. For many artists, color is one of the most important elements of their art practice and this group show celebrates their unique interpretations of color and vibrant subject matters.

The Sweet life

October 1 – 31, 2023

Ah, La Dolce Vita, Joie de Vivre, Life is Sweet!

These are the phrases we use to convey how joyful our lives are.

Artists have always enjoyed creating artworks that portray their ideal ways of living or things that bring them joy. They wish to capture the essence of enjoying life’s sweet moments from savoring a decadent dessert to falling in love. Not only do artists like to show people things that bring them joy, but many of the HMVC Gallery alumni artists like to use art as a source of happiness and enjoyment.

In our October group show ”The Sweet Life” 68 artists celebrate all the things that make their lives sweet and joyful.


September 1 – 30, 2023

In our 1-year anniversary show, we wanted to look at the things that have influenced our 102 participating artists and their art.

Probably the most common question artists get asked is: “What inspired you to make this artwork?”.

Throughout history artists have been inspired by their experiences, the environment around them, their culture, politics, and imagination. As the concept of art and creating art developed over time, artists began to be inspired by other artists and their art styles. Each artist has their own individual perspective, style, and creative vision resulting in art that is deeply personal to them.

So we can conclude that an artist’s influence is as subjective as art itself.


August 1 – 31, 2023

For the first time we are now giving the floor to our artists. ”Freestyle” for us means that there are no limitations on the theme, style or technique. Featuring 118 artists this online group show is all about their freedom of expression!

Summer Feels

July 1 – 31, 2023

Artists across all mediums have always been inspired by the vivid colors, textures, and emotions of summertime. This is the season of leisurely days, endless sunshine and warm nights, outdoor gatherings, travel, lush green nature, and of course a bounty of good food and drink.

Whether you find yourself reminiscing about your own cherished summer memories or discovering new perspectives this summer, our group show invites you to embrace the warmth, vibrancy, and creativity that define this sun-kissed season.

In our July group show 74 artists celebrate their unique interpretations of summer.


June 1 – 30, 2023

In old English, the word ”home” refers to a town or a place where many souls gather.

The modern definition of home states that home is “the abiding place of the affections” which perfectly sums up how most people today regard their homes.
When we are born, our first impression of home is the place our parents made for us.

As we grow and leave that home, we start to build our own ideas of what home is. The majority of us end up building a home that is very different from the one we started our life journey in, whether it be a new apartment, house, town, or community.

Artists have a long history of documenting the places they call home. Claude Monet painted the gardens at his Giverny home, Helene Schjerfbeck painted family members and events that took place in her home, and Andy Warhol photographed his studio ”the factory” in New York City. So we can conclude that the concept of home is universal, in the end, we end up creating a home that is unique to us.

In our June online group art show the 46 selected artworks depict the concept of homes.

Abstract Is Abstract

May 1 – 31, 2023

Boldness and experimentation with color are used to describe Abstract art as it is free from the rules of traditional form-focused art practices. Abstract art’s key elements are the symbolic function of color, the rhythm of forms, and their independence from a subject, resulting in the artist having complete autonomy to express their emotions and showcase their artistic abilities without restrictions. With these words, we’d like to give you this Abstract group show featuring the following 83 artists.

Flower Power!

April 1 – 30, 2023

While ”Flower Power” was a slogan used by Hippies opposing the Vietnam War in the 1960s and 70s America, we use it to celebrate Flowers & Art in our April online group art show. Throughout history, humans have used flowers to communicate their emotions and to commemorate various occasions. Flowers have a lot of historical significance across the globe and we are delighted to welcome the arrival of Spring with this group show featuring 108 artists.


March 1 – 31, 2023

Throughout history and across the globe, women were often seen as the embodiment of good virtue, nurture, care, and compassion.
In the 21st Century Women have transitioned from traditional gender roles and presentation to anything they want to be and do.
In art, Women have been one of the most popular subjects for artists since the Prehistoric period and now in our March Online Group Art Show, 89 artists showcase artworks that depict Women.

Paradise Pink

February 1 – 28, 2023

In our February group art show, we celebrate the color Pink. Since its invention, Pink has most often been associated with youth, sweetness, and femininity.
We can find various shades of Pink in nature from animals to stones to the sky. Although only 2% of people say Pink is their favorite color, our Co-Founder adores it and it is our pleasure to bring you this show featuring 51 artists and their interpretations on Pink.

Hello Tomorrow

January 1 – 31, 2023

As the sun rises, so does our hope for the future. With all its possibilities, tomorrow promises exciting adventures and new experiences for those who embrace it.
From little pleasures like a morning pastry to an overseas trip, tomorrow continues to bring us hope and excitement. In our January Group Show ”Hello Tomorrow” 46 artists show us what they are most excited about tomorrow.


December 1 – 31, 2022

In our December Group Show ”2022” the selected artists look back and reflect on the things they have seen and experienced this year. Featuring 71 artists, this is the exhibition we put together.

Rebel Rebel

November 1 – 30, 2022

In our November Group Show, ”Rebel Rebel” the selected artists depict rebels who have inspired them. Rebels are at the core of every culture. A Rebel is someone who breaks the rules, resists authority, or otherwise challenges the status quo by doing things in a nontraditional way. Featuring 49 artists, this is the exhibition we put together.

Others will Love, Others will Hate

October 1 – 31, 2022

In our October Group Show, ”Others will Love, Others will Hate” the selected artists depict Things, People, Moments, Places, etc some people Love, but others Hate. Love and hate are both strong emotions and we can try to comprehend the relationship between love and hate both rationally and emotionally. Featuring 77 artists, this is the exhibition we put together.


September 1 – 30, 2022

For our September show, we asked artists to send us artwork depicting what it means to be awake. The theme “AWAKE” can be interpreted in many ways: literally, metaphorically, physically, psychically, and spiritually. Featuring 60 artists, this is the exhibition we put together.

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