‘Holiday Small Works’ Exhibit


Wickford Art Association is happy to present the ‘Holiday - Small Works’ exhibit. This exhibit opens on November 10 and runs through December 22, 2023. Artists used a variety of media within this exhibit to explore different themes on a small scale. The Wickford Art Association has decided to make a return of the small-works exhibit as it has gained popularity from artists and visitors. 41 Artists are given an equally measured amount of space on the gallery wall. Each artist’s space creates an eye-catching display that highlights the talent of each artist. 3D artists will also be on display with small sculptures, ceramics or other 3D media.

Wickford Art Association hopes new viewers will take away an appreciation for art on a small scale. You can get your holiday shopping done early with this ‘purchase and carry’ exhibit! There is an in-gallery opening reception on Friday, November 10 from 5-7pm. We invite you to stop by the gallery to view the artworks and catch a glimpse of all the talent on display!

The gallery is located at 36 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI. The gallery is extending its hours for this show. We will be open from 10am-4pm Tuesday through Sunday.

For more information about this 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, visit their website at WickfordArt.org. There you will also find upcoming exhibits and art class offerings for all ages. Contact the gallery at (401) 294-6840 or email wickfordartassociation@gmail.com to learn more.

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