wow - quite exciting, Afternoon Candy is off to Brooklyn for the summer. I can't wait to see the piece on the postcard below - "Lost Gained" by Christine LoFaso - you know how I love noodle boxes and fortune cookies! Might have to spend my prize money on some Art instead of Pie!
July 26th - August 9th 2013
Visitor Information Address: 168 7th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11215 Hours: Monday through Friday, 11AM – 6PM, Saturdays by appointment Website: www.trestlegallery.org
For Small Works 2013, Trestle presents the work of 33 artists from the United States and abroad. In keeping with Trestle Gallery's past Small Works exhibitions, all of the work on display is 12 x 12 x 12 inches or smaller. This limited scale allows visitors to have an intimate experience with the art before them and showcases how relatively small pieces can make a strong visual impact. Despite the unifying scale of each piece, the artwork is extremely varied across media and subject matter.
Elisabeth Ajtay, Nimer Aleck, Arshes Anasal, Michael Aurbach, Jo Bradney, Travis Childers, John Cichon, Calum Craik, Matthew Davey, Tamara Embrey, Lisa Fiore, Stacey Holloway, Case Jernigan, Marissa Jezak, Jacquelynn LaPlante, Christine LoFaso, Laura Melosh, Yu-Chun “Pony” Ma, Janet Pedersen, Laura PetrovichCheney, Emily Pettigrew, Taney Roniger, Esther Ruiz, Rachel Sharp, Marcy Sperry, Merrill Steiger, Vincent Straquandanio, Candice Strongwater, James Vanderberg, Amy Weil, Jeanne Wilkinson, Rose Wong