Arts on Douglas Group Exhibition: Small Things Considered 2012 November 24 2012

Exhibition dates: December 1 - 22, 2012
Opening: Saturday, December 1, 4 - 7 PM

Arts on Douglas is pleased to announce the opening of the 13th annual group exhibition entitled “Small Things Considered”.  This exhibition is open to all the artists represented by the gallery. This special exhibition features a unique collection of two and three-dimensional works created specifically for this show. The only restrictions for the work included in this exhibition is size—all work submitted must be 8” x 8” x 8” or smaller.

The Small Things Considered Exhibition 2012 participating artists include: Susan Bach, Donne Bitner, Tom Brewer, Jill Cannady, Marilyn Catlow, Giuseppe Corazzina, Judi Dold, René Guerin, Ed Harris, Jane Jennings, Riitta Klint, Jane Manus, Kevin McNamara, Larry Moore, Carol E. Napoli, Gretchen Nass, Lee Nesler, Christine Peloquin, Don Reagan, Mary Schimpff Webb, Wendy Tatter, Trish Thompson, Anna Tomczak, Marylee Voegele, Barbara Wagner.  For this exhibition, Arts on Douglas invited four guest artists to be included in this exhibtion: Kelly Berning, Trent Berning, Cheryl Mackey Smith, and Lynn Whipple.

The Small Things Considered Exhibition 2012 is one of the gallery’s most popular and anticipated shows of the year.  It has evolved over the years to become a great crowd-pleaser and a motivating challenge for our participating artists, many of whom do not normally work so small.  The exhibition will certainly pique the interest of everyone on your wish list this holiday season. 

As a regular feature, Arts on Douglas stages a continuing series of group exhibitions of works by all artists represented by the gallery.  Unparalleled in scale of its exhibition space (5,000 square feet) and artistic stable (50 Florida artists), Arts on Douglas furnishes viewers a unique opportunity to enjoy a wide range of artistic style and temperament under one roof.

The gallery will open on Saturday, December 1 at 9:00 am with an Opening Reception for the artists from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public.  The exhibition “Small Things Considered” will be on display until December 22, 2012.  Works may be viewed online at

About Arts on Douglas Fine Art and Collectibles: A unique commercial art gallery located in the arts-rich community of New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Founded in 1996 by Doris Leeper, artist and Atlantic Center for the Arts founder and artist/benefactor Ed Harris, Arts on Douglas promotes the work and careers of prominent Florida artists. Formerly a used furniture warehouse, and originally a 1930's era Ford showroom and service center, the space was magnificently transformed and has since become a community gathering spot for a discerning mix of art lovers, patrons, and artists.