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Small Works Exhibition 2021

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November 19–January 23, 2022

Receptions and Art Walks: December 10 and January 14, 5–8pm

Holiday hours (Nov. 19–Dec. 19): Fridays 1–8pm; Weekends 11am–5pm

 

The annual Small Works Exhibition offers over 80 fine artworks to the art-loving and holiday gift-buying community.

 

Featuring:

Jenny Helbraun Abramson, Leah Anton, Vincent Avalos, Sunila Bajracharya, Baladev David Barry, Barry Beach, Jenny Blackburn, Kendra Bontz, Kristen Brown, Jan Buscho, Gail Caulfield, John Cobb, Deborah Corsini, Natalie Craig, Larry Davidson, Ian Day, Norma Dimaulo, Melinda diSessa, David Dugoncevic, George Evelyn, Janey Fritsche, Geraldine GaNun, Shelley Gardner, Anki Gelb, Sonia Gill, Wendy Goldberg, Kellie Greenwald, Ellen Gust, Kirk Hinshaw, Ruan Hoe, Amanda Rose Hopkins, Dennis Korkos, Ann Langston, Marcia Lavine, Mary Ann Leff, Linda Lieberman, Nini Lion, Hilary Maslon, Katya McCulloch, Heather McFarlin, C.S. McIntire, Barbara McLain, Gail Morrison, Patricia Oji, Cindy Ostroff, Cindy Pavlinac, Benito Rangel de Maria, Connie Ryan, Michael Ryan, Elizabeth Scarborough, Irene Schlesinger, Mimi Sheiner, Matthew Felix Sun, Claudia Tarantino, Vera Tchikovani, John Torrey, Paulette Traverso, Paula Valenzuela, Joshua Warren, June Yokell, Ji Young Yoon, Linda Yoshizawa

 

Juror:

Jack Fischer; owner and director, Jack Fischer Gallery  www.jackfischergallery.com

Juror Statement:
“I started my gallery in a tiny space, in a former bathroom on the 4th floor at 49 Geary Street in San Francisco in 2002, and I grew accustomed to filling the small space with curiously wonderful small pieces. I opened the gallery in order to show the work of self- taught artists alongside the work of schooled artists. I embarked on this road in order to fill what seemed an aching need in the art world. I wanted to exhibit the hand and mind of the artist, be they an MFA with a long exhibition history, or a self-taught artisan happily and compulsively making work without the hunt for the masterpiece/sale. But most importantly, I wanted to show both types of artists and their works at the same time, without prejudice. 

“Thank you for the honor of being asked a second time to curate this show. My thanks go mostly out to all the artists who worked so hard to make heartfelt pieces. I truly loved curating this show and seeing the wide variety of works that were submitted. Being privy to the efforts that were made by all of you was really a humbling event.”

-Jack Fischer