Monthly Archives: November 2004

Little Things 4

A Group Show

November 26-December 28
Reception: Friday, November 26, 6-9 pm

For the fourth year in a row, the Guardino Gallery will present their Holiday show “Little Things”, a show where everything is little.  Twenty-six artists were given the challenge of making artwork that would fit within a 7″ X 7″ square/cube.

The artwork that will be shown is as varied as the artists.  While most of the artists in the show are accustomed to working on a far larger scale, they responded with enthusiasm.  For example, glass blowers Erika Kohr will be showing vase-like color studies and Norm Thomas, glass perfume bottles, Mar Goman offers a collection of small doll-like tags, Marcia Hindman’s paintings and Kim Hamblin mixed media pieces have been scaled down in size and Jessica Kreutter’s clay sculptures have morphed into clay pull toys entitled “Dangerous Toys”.

The twenty-six participating artists are Ron Antoniono, Christine Fenner, Bruce Fontaine, Jennifer Forti, Mar Goman, Kim Hamblin, Iver Hennig, Marcia Hindman, Robert Huff, Elissa Knoper, Erika Kohr, Jessica Kreutter,  Jamee Linton, Lorna Nakell,  Mark Perry, Lam Quang, Nicole Rawlins, Darlene Schaper, Michelle Stahlecker, Mark Teresa, Norm Thomas, Melanie Townsend, Carole Turner, Heather B. Whitlow, Para Winingham and Sumi Wu.


Mar Goman “Tags”, mixed media


Darlene Schaper “Vase”, clay


Ron Antoniono “Gourd Form”, clay


Melanie Townsend  “Bridge”, acrylic


Jennifer Forti “Untitled”, clay


Erika Kohr “Color Study”, blown glass


Lorna Nakell “Study for Winter”, mixed media


Jamee Linton “Landscape”, acrylic


Heather Whitlow “Sepia #14”, oil, graphite & cold wax


Marcia Hinfman “untitled”, watercolor


Norm Thomas “Perfume Bottle”, blown glass


Mark Teresa “Behold a Thimble is Born”, mixed media


Lam Quang “Shelter”, handmade paper


Christina Fenner “Untitled”, fabric & paint


Jessica Kreutter “Spike Train”, clay