Small Things Considered 2015
In the feature gallery:
Small Things Considered: Group Exhibition and Holiday Sale
On view: December 5 – January 12, 2016
Opening reception: Saturday, December 5, 4 – 7pm Extended gallery hours: Saturday, December 5, 9am - 7pm
In the alt_space:
The Distinguished Speaker Series by Jeff Whipple
ARTISTS TALK: Saturday, December 12, 11am
On view through December 12, 2015
Arts on Douglas is pleased to announce the opening of its premier year-end group exhibition and holiday sale, Small Things Considered. The annual group exhibition features original small-scale works of art sized 10” x 10” or smaller. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, December 5, 4 -7pm. The exhibition will be on view from December 5, 2015 through January 12, 2016. In the alt_space: Jacksonville artist and UNF professor Jeff Whipple will give an Artists Talk on Saturday, December 12 at 11am. The Distinguished Speaker Series will be on view through December 12, 2015. The exhibitions, opening reception and Artists Talk are free and open to the public.
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 artwork for everyone on their holiday gift list.The much-anticipated group exhibition and holiday sale features a variety of media including painting, sculpture, jewelry, printmaking, ceramics, photography and much more.
"Recently, we held an open call to Florida artists specifically for this exhibition. Out of the 45 submissions we received, thirteen talented artists were selected to participate. It was gratifying to garner such an overwhelming response to our call. Historically this exhibition is a proven winner, and adding this new layer of talent just strengthens it. I look forward to introducing these accomplished artists alongside our current roster of artists,” stated Gallery Director, Meghan Martin.
Small Things Considered provides art collectors and holiday shoppers with an opportunity to view and purchase original works of art. A few examples of original artwork included in this exhibition are: the whimsical constructions of storefronts by Vero Beach artist, Gustaf Miller, the striking black and white patterned vessels, teapots and plates by Orlando artist Susan Bach, the environmental woodblock prints exploring Sebring artist Mollie Doctrow’s fascination with indigenous plants, subtly inscribed functional vessels by New Smyrna Beach artist Tom Brewer, and the ethereal mixed media oil paintings by Ormond Beach artist, BJ Lantz.
The participating Artists on Douglas artists include: Susan Bach, Bobbi Baugh, Kelly Berning, Trent Berning, Donne Bitner, Tom Brewer, Mollie Doctrow, Lee Dunkel, René Guerin, Ed Harris, Jane Jennings, Allison Kline, Riitta Klint, BJ Lantz, Gustaf Miller, Carol Elder Napoli, Lee Nesler, Joseph Palmerio, Christine Peloquin, Bridgette Rallo, Robert Ross, Mary Schimpff Webb, Jo Sinclair, Wendy Tatter, Rose Thome Casterline, Trish Thompson, Anna Tomczak, Barbara Wagner and John Westmark. The guest artists include: Linda Amundsen, Irene Bailey, Christophe Cardot, Carol Chrissis, Jack Hill, Stacia Hollmann, Peggy Imbert, Princess Rashid, Stacey Fletcher-Reynolds, Susanna Richter-Helman, Josh Rosen, Karen Ann Patton and Cindy Wilson.
In addition to the exhibition, select items from the Small Things Considered exhibition can be viewed and purchased online at artsondouglas.net.
Arts on Douglas will be closed for the holidays on December 24 - 25, 2015 as well as December 31 - January 1, 2016.
The January opening reception will take place on Saturday, January 9, 2016 from 4-7pm.