440 Gallery Presents: The 11th Annual Small Works Show

440 Gallery Presents: The 11th Annual Small Works Show
December 10th, 2015 – January 10th, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 10th, 2015 6-9 pm
 
440 Gallery presents the 11th Annual Small Works Show beginning Thursday December 10 at 440 Sixth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn. This annual juried exhibition features the work of artists from all over the country, but with the majority of the participants from Brooklyn. All works of art are 12 inches or smaller and represent a variety of media and styles, including painting, photography, sculpture, collage and mixed media.
 
The juror for the 2015 Small Works Show, Amy Williams, has made her selections. The artists chosen are: Rebecca Aidlin, Sahar Al-lawdhaeai, Katie Altieri, Christina Baril, Alyce Barr, Susanna Beltrandi, Kathleen Benton, Leigh Blanchard, Jim Boden, Doug Brooks, Evan Brown, Alessia Capriccioli, Arthur Celedonia, Jana Charl, Frieda Christofides, Candice Corgan, Jaynie Crimmins, Phillip Desantis, Amy DiGi, Maria Dimanshtein, Nancy Doniger, Jim Ebersole, Millie Falcaro, Lauren Garfinkel, Clayton Gates, Todd Germann, Gail Ghezzi, Karen Gibbons, Eileen Goldenberg, Laura Gravenstine, Peter Gynd, Hazel Hankin, Barbara Hessel, Jessica Holly, Mandy Johnson, Suzanne Kirschner, Kirini Kopcke, Deirdre Laughton, Maria Liebana, Brian Madonna, Sabina Magnus, Brooke Marcy, Ned McBee, Daniel McDonald, Isabelle Milkoff, Patty Neal, Lindsey Pearson, Robert Pennington, Becky Plattus, Catherine Ramey, Chelsea Ramirez, Maria Carolina Ramirez, Shilo Ratner, Cassi Rebman, Pearl Golden, Richard Samuelson, Jamison Sarteschi, Eli Show, Alexandro Silver Duran, Melissa Smith, Casey Snyder, Burt Allen Solomon, Marcy Sperry, David Stock, Hala Swearingen, Ashley Thompson, Tanya Sue Todd, Yeachin Tsai, TJ Volonis, Curtis Widem, Jeanne Wilkinson, Meghan Willis, Jenn Wood, Mariana Carolina Wuethrich, Paul Yanko, Yeon Ji Yoo, Joe Zarba, Dganit Zauberman, Erin Zelley.

About the Juror:
For over 15 years, Amy Williams has been involved in the New York art world. She began her career as an art consultant for Dinaburg Arts, placing many artists’ works in the windows of Saks Fifth Avenue for Saks Project Art and in renowned collections worldwide. She spent several years volunteering as a technician for the Camera Club of New York, where she honed her craft as a photographer. She has exhibited her work at the 440 Gallery, Galerie de Multiples in Paris and was featured in the French Art Magazine, Frog. Ms. Williams has made art for over 20 years and continues to pursue analog photographic processes while spicing things up and venturing into video installation.