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The Tiny Art Show Is Back in a Big Way

The Tiny Art Show Is Back in a Big Way

“Cobalt Vase” is an ink and watercolor created by artist Lynn Peters.

The following article is for the Rahr-West Art Forward sequence submitted by Cheryl Mahowald for The Lakeshore Artists Guild.

 

The Lakeshore Artists Guild, in partnership with the Rahr-West Art Museum, is thrilled to announce that the Tiny Art Show is again for it’s fourth 12 months. Over twenty space artists are displaying their work. This present options shut to at least one hundred authentic artworks, all of which measure lower than six inches in any course. The 2021 Tiny Art Show can be on show on the Rahr West Art Museum in Manitowoc from October 27 – November 28, 2021.

This tiny sculpture is titled “A Pickle of Porcupines.” It is by Cindy Lupin and accessible for buy.

This 12 months’s exhibit options a number of mediums: sculpture, images, prints, work and extra. Most of those tiny treasures can be found for buy. There can be a gap reception on Friday, October 29th from 6PM-8PM. The public is invited to peruse and maybe do a little vacation procuring.

 

The Rahr-West Art Museum is positioned at 610 North 8th Street, Manitowoc, WI. Regular gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10AM-4PM and Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-4PM.

 

For extra details about the Tiny Art Show, please e-mail [email protected]

“Ocean Celebration” by Kathy Strickland

The Lakeshore Artists Guild strives to create a vibrant arts group in the Manitowoc County space by supporting artists offering them with alternatives to exhibit their work, and supporting imaginative, modern tasks that improve civic satisfaction and foster the social connections that assist to create our personal distinctive cultural id. For extra details about the guild, please see their web site at www.lakeshoreartistsguild.weebly.com.

 

Mike Pintok created this tiny clock out of walnut.

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