Small is the new BIG! One hundred artists with 100 unique styles.
Juror works on display in the front room/espresso bar.
Hours 11-6 tues-fri; 10-5 s&s.
Inside Small is curator, Lisa D’Amico’s annual small works exhibit that challenges artists to create works no larger than 12″ in any direction with no limitation on imagination. This year’s exhibition features one hundred talented artists from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The art show will be on exhibit through December 16, 2018 at The Outside In Gallery, 249 Ferdon Ave, Piermont NY.
This annual exhibit provides a rare platform to showcase these small jewels with a wide range of subject matter and artistic styles. From tightly rendered works to more interpretive approaches, the selection of artwork includes political subjects, nude figures, wildlife, landscapes, florals and abstracts. The smaller format offers a great opportunity for unique affordable holiday gifts, new buyers to begin their art collections and seasoned collectors to expand their acquisitions.
While the artists are connected by their commitment to tiny, the beauty of these small works allows for a notable presence of creativity and undeniable individuality. Their diminutive size demands each viewer’s close inspection and contemplation.
The Inside Small art show will also be online in tandem with the opening reception on November 25th, and the online gallery will be on view through the end of May 2019. View the online gallery at www.insidesmall.com.
Join us Sunday November 25th, 2pm-5pm, at The Outside In Gallery for the opening reception of this grand salon of petite works!
The Jury: (works on display in the front room/espresso bar)
Grace Knowlton received her Master of Arts in Art Education at Columbia University Teacher’s College in New York after earning a Bachelor of Arts at Smith College in Massachusetts and has taught at the Art Students League among other teaching posts. Internationally known, Ms. Knowlton has been widely exhibited, and is represented in many public and private collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.; Yale University Museum of Art, New Haven; the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York City. Knowlton has been featured in Art in America, The New Yorker, Architectural Digest, Arts Magazine, The New York Times, Sculpture Magazine and Vogue.
Marlene Krumm-Sanders studied at the American College in Paris, France before receiving a BFA at Parsons in NY. Sanders exhibits extensively including: George Billis Gallery in CA, L’Attitude Gallery in MA, Riverside Gallery, NJ, and The Smithy-Pioneer Gallery, NY. Krumm-Sanders is represented in many public and corporate collections and is currently on the faculty at Rockland Center for the Arts (RoCA).
Eleanor Grace Miller earned a BA from Monmouth University with continued at the National Academy School of Fine Arts, and has studied under vanguard Minimalist Eleanore Mikus and Bernard Aptekar, one of the original SOHO Ten Downtown. Miller has exhibited extensively throughout the East Coast, both in fine art galleries and corporate venues, and is the recipient of numerous awards, including Best of Show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA, the Anna Hyatt Huntington Award from the National Arts Club, and the Gamblin Artists Award from the Salmagundi Club. Millers whose work is represented in many both private and corporate collections is currently on the faculty at RoCA and the Pelham Art Center.
Participating Artists: Edwin Abreu, Adina Andrus, Elliot Appel, Meera Agarwal, Suzanne Altman, Sal ‘Sandro’ Barone, Cyn Bird, Ilsa Rose Bouyoucos, Linda Brooks Hirschman, Joyce Byrnes, Kenneth Burns, Erin Cardullo, John Carnright, Max Cartagena, Cristina Cerone, Shakira Chin, Bonnie Coe, Bern Cohen, Darron E. Copeland, Jane Coco Cowles, Michael Craft, B.A. D’Alessandro, Suzanne Darby, Karen Williams Edelmann, Kathy K. Eisler, Brielle Erazo, Maria Eskinazi, Donna Faranda, Pamela Fenwick, Susan Fidlon, Laurette Fischer, Barry Fredricks, Rene Fressola, Debra Friedkin, David Ganassi, Andrea Geller, Trine Giaever, Chrissanth Greene-Gross, Pam Grafstein, Lydia Hassan, Jill Hellman, Fran Hertzberg, Susan Hillary, Susan Hoeltzel, Henry Huber, Dara Kane, Eugene Lagana, Joe LaMattina, Lynne Lancaster Cass, Rob Kovacs, Susan Midlarsky, Rick Misrok, Mark Oberndorf, Harold Olejarz, Neil Lavey, John Laurenzi, Neil Lavey, Jonathan Lessuck, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Kathryn Luciana, Tammy Kuiper, Doris Mady, Bonnie McGown, Cass McVety, Wendy Naidich, Lilly Nin, Elaine Norman, Peggy Opalek, Laurie Peek, Taryn Pizza, Jaquelyn Puma, William Rauschenber, Laurence E. Sachs, Aviva Sakolsky, Salvador Sanchez, Elaine Schloss, Madge Scott, Ken Sharp, Susan Shaw, Dorit Shmuel, Jane Sklar, Klaus A. Schnitzer, Jana M. Sico, Debbie Silberberg, Ann Marie Silvani, Jeff Spindel, Miriam Stern, Pattiann Truocchio, Doris Shepherd Wiese, Zina Smirny, Mario Sostre, Rachele Unter, Shobha Vanchiswar, Colleen Vanderhoef, Les Von Losberg, Melissa Weiland, Katie Wiebicke, Candace Winter, Olivia Wischmeyer, David Woehr