BIG small Works Show

Photo by Kimberly Atwood

The exhibition opened on Friday, November 11th with a reception from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and will run through the holidays. BIG thank you to all who came out. (If you like our puns, you’ll love the artwork).

The BIG small Works exhibition features artwork that is 30×30 and smaller and includes painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture. After putting out a national call for artists, the gallery had a tough job of choosing works out of many strong submissions.

“Yellow on Red” by Ortiz

“The response to the call got me very excited as they were so many great submissions. Even for those who did not get selected, we have made great new contacts for future group shows. We’d love to make this an annual exhibition and our Bridgeport gallery is the perfect venue for it.” – Kimberly Atwood, Director of Elephant Room Gallery.

The BIG Small Works Show brings together some Elephant Room Gallery alumni artists as well as new artists. The resulting exhibition will be an exciting mix and will allow for some great networking opportunities and community building for the duration of the exhibit.

BIG small Works Show can be found at Elephant Room Gallery’s Bridgeport location, 2727 S Mary St. in Chicago. All works will be available for purchase and guests may take their artwork home at the time of purchase in order to allow for successful holiday gift giving. Open hours and additional events surrounding the exhibition can be found on the gallery’s website:


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Photo by Kimberly Atwood

Exhibiting artists include Han Lin, Paul Kenneth, Deva Suckerman, Raul Ortiz, Anitra Frazier, Luisa Martinez, Sara Peak Convery, Beata Chrzanowska, Janice Meister, Jaime Foster, Lara Mann, Taylor Imel, Sergio Farfan, Gabby Fischer, Steve Tritt, George Larson, Adrienne Elyse Meyers, David Hauptschein, Yingting Cui, Maria Tzeka, Spencer Rogers, Daniel Gamez, Maya Scott, Marie Chloé Duval, Amanda Mulcahy, Tiffany Gholar, Gina Lee Robbins, Elisa Boughner, Bruce Thorn, Hillary Miles, Stuart Hall, Lewis Taylor and Uncle Harvey.



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