Small Works in a Small Town: 20th Anniversary Holiday CelebrationGallery Members Group Show
This show runs from December 10, 2015 until January 31, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 12, 1-7pm
The artists of Artists' Gallery, are pleased to announce their 20th annual holiday exhibition, a group show featuring artwork by the gallery's 16 artists. For this very special exhibit, the artwork will be predominantly smaller pieces, perfect for the holiday gift giving season. "Small Works in a Small Town" opens on Thursday, December 10, 2015 and closes on Sunday, January 31, 2016. An Open House with the artists will be held at the gallery on Saturday, December 12 from 1 to 7 PM; light refreshments will be served.
With gift giving in mind, we invite you to shop early for the art lover in your life and take home a small treasure at the time of purchase. The artists will continually replace work as it is sold thereby giving the show a fresh look until the last day, so stop in anytime you're in town. If you don't fall in love with something in December for that special someone, perhaps the new year will deliver a new surprise, perhaps even for yourself?
"Small works have become extremely popular among collectors and allow for a wonderfully full and diverse array of art to be offered" observes Paul Grecian, one of the galleries exhibiting members. Joe Kazimierczyk, gallery artist and President of AG asserts, "With several new artists in the fold since last year, and new works being continuously created by long time artist members, there is always exciting art to be seen."
The artists of Artists' Gallery include Jane Adriance, Beatrice Bork, Gail Bracegirdle, Joseph DeFay, Claudia Fouse Fountaine, Paul Grecian, Richard Harrington, Joe Kazimierczyk, Alan Klawans, Alex McKibbin, Debbie Pisacreta, Alla Podolsky, Carol Sanzalone, Michael Schweigart, Maxine Shore, and Charles David Viera.
And please check our home page for any infomration regarding closure do to inclement weather.
These are a few of the pieces that will be on display: