On Friday, November 22nd, during the 4th Friday Art Walk, A Small Art Gallery will present “Paper, Pen & Brush” and RAIN. Well, we’re expecting rain at least, that’s what the forecast says.
It’s is a beautiful show and for those dedicated aficionados of good art who brave the weather, we will have some hot tea and cider besides the usual glass of wine and few munchies.
If you can’t pry yourself away from the fireplace and TV on Friday nite, we hope you’ll stop by during gallery hours and enjoy Annie Alexander’s Paper, Sid Freeman’s Calligraphy and Maria Lynam’s ethereal Paintings. The gallery won’t be open Thanksgiving but will open “Black Friday” (although certainly not before 10am :>). Show is through December 31st.
Hours Thursday through Saturday 10 to 5
Fall Color to Winter Splendor, “Paper, Pen& Brush” The latest show is now fully installed and waiting for your visit. Annie Alexander, Sid Freeman and Maria Lynam grace the walls of A Small Art Gallery with color, splendid graphics, texture and wonderment. Artists’ reception November 22nd during the Prescott 4th Friday Art Walk, 5 to 8pm.
A Small Art Gallery is very pleased to be able to show the work of three local women artists whose work is full of color.
Annie Alexander presents a summer’s full of new work in paper. Ceiling to floor banners, collages of handmade paper and sheets of flower filled handmade paper. All created from 100% recycled cottons, organic inclusions and US currency. Also available are three encaustic based works with organics and found objects.
Sid Freeman, a calligrapher’s calligrapher, graces the gallery’s wall with full size watercolor and gouache paintings that weave the calligrapher’s intimate relationship to letters with the painter’s eye for image and color. Each painting is a continuing discovery as words and images reveal themselves to our joy and amazement.
Maria Lynam, whom I have always known as a well practiced printmaker, surprises the eye with her ethereal atmospheric mixed media paintings. Colors swirl and textures invite investigation. The large scale does surprisingly well in the intimate spaces of the gallery and change the environment to one of another world view.