Small Things Considered 2016 November 19 2016

New Smyrna Beach, FL — Arts on Douglas is pleased to announce the opening of its premier year-end group exhibition and holiday sale, Small Things Considered. This annual exhibition features original small-scale works of art sized 10” x 10” or smaller. The opening reception will take place on December 3 from 4-7pm and we will be featuring the smooth jazz stylings of Tres Bien, with Ron Gilotti on the upright base, Tyler Rosenke on the drums and Billy Hutch on the guitar. Light refreshments will also be served. This exhibition will remain on view through January 10, 2017 in our feature gallery.

STC 2015

A special holiday group exhibition featuring original works of art sized 10” x 10” or smaller

Just in time for the gift-giving season, Small Things Considered will provide art lovers with an excellent opportunity to find one-of-a-kind gifts for everyone on their holiday list. This much-anticipated exhibition features a variety of media including painting, sculpture, jewelry, printmaking, ceramics, photography and more. Some examples in this year’s exhibition include the striking mixed-media juxtapositions of Bryce Hammond; highly texturized and abstracted landscapes by Orlando painter Victor Bokas; hand-printed, mixed-media quilt fabrications of Bobbi Baugh; contemplative landscape paintings by New Smyrna Beach artist Trish Thompson; and the whimsical oil paintings of René Guerin that capture the energy and spontaneity of life.

In all, the twenty-six Arts on Douglas artists featured in this year’s exhibition include Susan Bach, Bobbi Baugh, Donne Bitner, Victor Bokas,Tom Brewer, Lee Dunkel, Peg Fetter, René Guerin, Bryce Hammond, Ed Harris, Jane Jennings, Allison Kline, BJ Lantz, Gustaf Miller, Larry Moore, Carol E. Napoli, Lee Nesler, Joseph Palmerio, Christine Peloquin, Robert Ross, Mary Schimpff Webb, Jo Sinclair, Rose Thome Casterline, Trish Thompson, Anna Tomczak, and Barbara Wagner. 

 “Beyond our current roster of artists, each year we hold an open call for Florida artists to submit work to be included in this exhibition. Of the sizable number of submissions received this year, 11 guest artists were selected. Adding this new layer of talent only strengthens the high caliber of work that this exhibition is known for, and we are excited to have these additional artists on board” stated Gallery Director Meghan Martin.  The guest artists featured in this exhibition are Linda Amundsen, Weronica Ankarörn, Christophe Cardot, Carol Chrissis, Cynthia Dill, Stacey Fletcher Reynolds, Elizabeth Garrison, Susanna Helman, Per Hans Romnes, Gladiola Sotomayor and Pam Werneth.

On Monday, November 28, we will be featuring an early preview of artwork from this exhibition on our website at  This is a great opportunity to lock in the purchase of a favorite work of art before the exhibition opens.  As an added bonus, Arts on Douglas is offering free shipping (within the continental U.S.) for any artwork featured in Small Things Considered from November 28 through December 15th.

Bryce Hammond

Bryce Hammond, Sketch for Saint-Eustache Efficiencies, acrylic and graphite on wood, 4,75 x 9.5 inches

     Orange Ash Jar 

Left: Victor Bokas, Day at the Beach (8), oil on canvas, 8 x 8 x 1
Middle: Bobbi Baugh, Inside the Thought, acrylics on collaged and stitched fabrics, 9.5 x 9.5 x 1
Right: Trish Thompson, Two on Blue Mini, acrylic on wood, 6 x 6 inches

Seasonal Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday from 10am-5pm, Saturday (extended hours) from 10am-4pm.
Holiday closures: Thursday, November 24 (Thanksgiving); Saturday, December 24 and Sunday, December 25 (Christmas); Saturday, December 31 and Sunday, January 1 (New Years).