Little by Little, a juried exhibition of small artworks, presents a wide variety of art expressed in a size no more than twelve-inches in any dimension. Amazing, beautiful, and impactful small works of art presented in a dedicated exhibition from a more intimate viewpoint that begs for a closer look!
These incredible artworks make wonderful gifts for family, friends, or for you too. If you purchase a piece, we will take it off the wall to take it home with you that day.
Banner image by Roxanne Almblade Shed by the Verde River
Thank you to all who attended our opening reception for our juried exhibition “Little by Little” and “New Relics” work by Ernesto Esquer. These pieces highlight the beauty of smaller artworks and encourages viewers to take a closer look.
Thank you to our Juror Peter Bugg for selecting these incredible pieces apart of “Little by Little”, and thank you to Ernesto Esquer for showcasing his new work in “New Relics”. These exhibitions will be open until December 28th.
Check out the “Little by Little” Online Gallery Here
Check out work from “New Relics” by Ernesto Esquer Here
Art Intersection presents Little by Little 2019, an exhibition revolving around the beauty of small artwork. We are excited to feature pieces, all twelve inches or smaller in every direction, from artists across the nation! Little by Little will be on display from November 16th through December 28th.
Our juror, Peter Bugg, has selected exceptionally strong works of art in all media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, printmaking, metals, wood, digital media, and more, that are presented perfectly in this intimate twelve-inch small format.
Peter Bugg was born and raised in Madison, WI, completed his BA in economics at the University of Chicago, and has lived in the Valley of the Sun since 2006. While completing his MFA in photography, Bugg also worked at the ASU Art Museum, interned at SMoCA, and spent 3 semesters as the TA for the gallery classes. Since graduating in 2010, he taught photography and gallery courses at ASU and multiple community colleges for 5 years, served as Curator of Programming at SMoCA for 1.5 years, and has been the Visual Arts Coordinator for the City of Chandler since 2017, where he runs two galleries and administers the city’s public arts program. In addition to his passion for art, he enjoys yoga, backpacking, and traveling with his wife.
Stop by Saturday, November 16th, from 5-7pm for the opening reception and enjoy this exhibition through December 28th!
Pictured work above: Ethereal, Lindsay Layton, Flower Boat 6, Sandy Blain, Herd of Cacti, Charlene Engel