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Big HUGE Small Works at Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA

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Top row: Mary Bucci McCoy, Mary Lang, Celine Browning;
Middle row: Stacey Alickman, Rose Olson, Lynda Schlosberg;
Bottom row: Susan Still Scott, Linda Leslie Brown, Susan Richards


I am pleased to announce that my painting Entanglement is in this annual holiday members show.

About the Show

Big HUGE small works is a group exhibition showcasing works by Kingston Gallery Members and Kingston Associates. The show features smaller art works in a wide variety of media, all highlighting some aspect of the important concept of scale. Each of the artists applies a unique approach to the questions: “How do we define the relative ideas of bigness and smallness?” and “What scale of measurement is appropriate to use when measuring a visual idea?” The works in the show offer a wide spectrum of interpretive variations on this theme, all of which are guaranteed to engage viewers in thoughtful contemplation and visual delight.

The Details

Kingston Gallery
450 Harrison Ave, No. 43
Boston, MA 02118
For more information call  617-423-4113.

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Show runs December 5 – 23, 20123
Opening Reception: Friday, December 7, 2012, 5-7:30pm
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun 12-5pm and by appointment.


Written by Lynda Schlosberg

December 3rd, 2012 at 11:35 am

Posted in Exhibitions

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