SMALL//works – a great big teeny tiny art show

SMALL//works – a great big teeny tiny art show

Wednesday November 29, 2017  to Saturday December 23, 2017
10:00 am  – 4:00 pm
Kamloops Courthouse Gallery

a great big teeny tiny art show
a fundraiser for the Kamloops Arts Council

Visual artists (2D & 3D) are invited to be a part of the KAC’s first ever SMALL//works Show. This exhibition is comprised of small, one-of-a-kind, original artworks by area artists.
Up to 15 small pieces per artist may be entered:
12 pieces of up to 120 square inches each (i.e. 10″x12″), each priced at or below $100
2 pieces of up to 200 square inches each (i.e. 10″x20″), each priced at or below $200
1 piece of up to 320 square inches (i.e. 16″x20″), each priced at or below $300.
(Note: size does not include matte and frame when applicable but please keep in mind this is a SMALL art show)

OPENING RECEPTION: Wednesday November 22, 4-7pm

Just in time for the holidays, shop the Old Courthouse for small, one-of-a-kind, original artworks at the Kamloops Arts Council’s inaugural SMALL//works: a great big teeny tiny art show.

SMALL//works is an excellent chance to snag some fresh artwork for gifts, or for your own office or home. Works by area artists will be for sale for up to $300, with many works under $100.

Close to 200 works of small, affordable and original art will be showcased. Participating artists include Patricia Kellogg (watercolour), Bill Fell (photography), Megs Waterous (ceramics), Karen Rubkiewicz (acrylics), and many others.

Art will be sold right off the wall, so shop early for the best selection.

Location Information: Kamloops Courthouse Gallery

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City Centre

7 West Seymour Street,
Kamloops, BC,
V2C 1E4

The Kamloops Courthouse Gallery is a non-profit, co-operative art gallery which was founded in 2007 by a small group of dedicated artists from the Kamloops area. Today, the Gallery and Gift Shop are managed by a growing group of artists offering a wide range of talents and skills.

The purpose of the gallery is to provide a venue for member artists to sell their work while offering the community an opportunity to experience different forms of visual and functional art. Our objectives are to provide continuing support for the co-op and its membership through the gift shop and by organizing artisan fairs in the Old Courthouse.

Another objective is to provide education by offering demonstrations and workshops for those interested in learning a new art form.

We are dedicated to creating an enriching and cultural experience for both residents and visitors of Kamloops, as well as the people of British Columbia. Culture, Art, Community and Prosperity all become a reality as a result of this initiative. We are located in the historic “Old Kamloops Courthouse” which we share with the Kamloops Community Arts Council and Arnica.

The Kamloops Courthouse Gallery Gift Shop boasts an unmatched selection of media and styles including pottery, jewelry, glass art, paintings, scupture and fibre art to suit the tastes of casual shoppers as well as serious collectors.