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All Artwork Great and Small

MiniMAX

MiniMAX
Juried by Susan Ashworth
November 8–December 4
Opening reception: December 10, 6:30–8:00 pm

This month’s group exhibit is really two in one: very small works and very large works. “MiniMAX” asks viewers to consider scale, and how large works differ from small works in ways other than size.

Martyr and Hero by Julia Dzikiewicz and other artwork in “MiniMAX.” Top of post: Desert Night by Sylvia Browne and Chain Lightning by M M Panas.
Martyr and Hero by Julia Dzikiewicz and other artwork in “MiniMAX.” Top of post: Desert Night by Sylvia Browne and Chain Lightning by M M Panas.

Are small works necessarily cute? Do large works have to be monumental? We have both, but also much more, in “MiniMAX.”

MiniMAX
Artwork by Peter Ulrich, Cindi Lewis, Pattee Hipschen, and Min Park.

This exhibit also marks the first time we’ve invited a juror from overseas. Susan Ashworth, the celebrated UK-based painter, juried both the large and small works.

Dark Shadows by Gloria Spellman, winner of the Eleanor Boudreau Jordan Award for Best in Show for small works.
Dark Shadows by Gloria Spellman, winner of the Eleanor Boudreau Jordan Award for Best in Show for small works.
Answer Web by Beverly Ryan, winner of the Cora J. Rupp Memorial Award for Large Works.
Answer Web by Beverly Ryan, winner of the Cora J. Rupp Memorial Award for Large Works.

 

MiniMAX
Power by Robyn Straub and Answer Web by Beverly Ryan.
Number 888 by Tory Cowles and Embodiment by Catherine Toulsaly
Number 888 by Tory Cowles and Embodiment by Catherine Toulsaly

“MiniMAX” is on view through December 4, 2016.

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