Small Things Considered 2013 December 03 2013

A Special Holiday Group Exhibition

Opening reception:Saturday, December 7, 4 - 7pm

Exhibition dates:December 7-28, 2013

For the month of December, Arts on Douglas presents Small Things Considered 2013, a special holiday group exhibition featuring original works of art sized 12” x 12” or smaller. The group exhibition will be on view from December 7, 2013 through December 28, 2013 with an opening reception on Saturday, December 7 from 4-7 pm. The exhibition and opening reception is free and open to the public.

Small Things Considered is Arts on Douglas’s premier year-end art exhibition. The exhibition and holiday sale features original small-scale art work in a range of media, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, and photography, from twenty-nine Florida artists. The participating artists include: Susan Bach, Hope Barton, Donne Bitner, Tom Brewer, Marilyn Catlow, Giuseppe Corazzina, Judi Dold, Lee Dunkel, René Guerin, Ed Harris, Jane Jennings, Riitta Klint, Jan Miller, Carol Elder Napoli, Gretchen Nass, Lee Nesler, Christine Peloquin, Audrey Phillips, Beau Redmond, Chris Robb, Jo Sinclair, Randall Smith, Trish Thompson, Anna Tomczak, Barbara Wagner, John Wilton, and guest artists Kelly Berning, Trent Berning, and Cheryl Mackey Smith.

The show has evolved over the years to become a motivating challenge for participating artists, many of whom normally do not work so small. “The only restrictions for the work included in this exhibition was size—all work submitted had to be 12” x 12” or smaller,” explains Gallery Director, Meghan Martin. 

Small Things Considered provides art collectors and holiday shoppers with an opportunity to view and purchase original works of art. Some examples of original artwork included in this exhibition are: whimsical tiny teapots by Orlando artist Susan Bach, contemplative landscape paintings by New Smyrna Beach artist Trish Thompson, ethereal photo transfer works by Lake Helen artist Anna Tomczak, geometric abstract mixed media paintings by Audrey Phillips, environmental photography by Ormond Beach artist Lee Dunkel, and lighthearted sculptures by Vero Beach artist René Guerin

In addition to the exhibition space, select items from the Small Things Considered exhibition can be viewed and purchased online.