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3-D exhibit opens today at UCA

Posted By on Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 10:17 AM

Gratia Browns work in the So Tiny show.
  • Gratia Brown's "Sleeper Block Study" "So Tiny" show.

"So Tiny: An Exhibition of Small Works in 3-D," an exhibit of works smaller than a shoebox by 20 artists from around the country, opens in the Baum Gallery on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas today for a 9-week run.

Juror and small-sculpture-maker Virginia Samsel chose work by Bruce A. Alves III of Missouri, David Bligh of Massachusetts, Carl W. Brickhouse of Tennessee, Gratia Brown of Pennsylvania, Kurt Dyrhaug of Texas, Eleanor Elkin of Massachusetts, Annie Evans of Georgia, Stephanie Gamboni of Minnesota, Jessica Goldfinch of Louisiana, Jamey Grimes of Alabama, Sally Hagy-Boyer of New York, Mary Alison Lucas of California, Hollie Lyko of Iowa, Liz Richter of Missouri, Joel D. Schroeder of Wyoming, Ian M. Shelly of Indiana, Natalie E. Shelly of Indiana, Mary Ruth Smith of Texas, Karen Wise of Illinois, and Nicholas W. Wood of Texas.

The exhibit features ceramics, sculpture, mixed media, glass and fiber works.

The Baum Gallery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.

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