‘Small, Smaller Smallest’ Coming To Fort Tilden
What is it they say about great things coming in small packages? "small, smaller, smallest: An Exhibition of Miniatures and Small Works" showcases diverse artworks done on an intimate scale. By the very nature of their size, these "gems" draw the viewer into their beauty, strength and fascination. Rockaway Artists Alliance presents "small, smaller, smallest" from March 27 through April 25 at sTudio 6 Gall ery located in the Rockaway Center for the Arts (RoCA) in Fort Tilden/Gateway National Recreation Area in Rockaway, Queens, NY. Admission is free. The wine and cheese reception is Sunday, March 28 from 1-3 p.m.
Gallery hours are Saturdays 12-5 p.m. and Sundays 1-4 p.m.. "s, s, s" is presented in partnership with the Na tional Park Ser vice/Gateway Nation al Recreation Area.
The works range from a delicately miniaturized art gallery to white por celain "beasties" of intriguing origin to figurative sensual sculptures to evocative and powerful seascapes, landscapes and abstracts to finely-made jewelry and hand-pressed prints.
The juror for "small, smaller, smallest" is Rudy Shepherd, an artist, curator and educator living in New York City.A0 He has organized exhibitions at the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, The Queens Museum of Art and juried Scholastic’s National Art & Writing Awards.
Juried artists: Jae Hi Ahn, Norma Allende, Madeline Braisted, Jen Con nell, Janet Dever, M. Elliott Killian, Lindsay Feuer, Esther A. Grillo, Susan Hartenstein, Christina Jorge, Maria Lambasa, Christian Le Gars, Rich Lilley, Denis Macrae, Ellen Miffit, RenE9e Rosenberg, Christina Sarquiz, Dave Taft.