December 7 - January 7, 2017 ● Juror: Angel Bellaran
440 Gallery is pleased to present the 13th Annual Small Works Show, a national juried exhibition featuring works of art that measure twelve inches or less in any dimension. This popular perennial event kicks off the holiday season with a lively, well-attended opening night. A presentation of awards includes the People’s Choice Award, voted on through social media, the 440 Gallery Award, selected by the member-artists of the gallery, and the Juror’s Choice Award, chosen by juror Angel Bellaran. The show features work from over 60 artists, represented by local Brooklyn talent, as well as from across the United States. All media and styles, including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, mixed media and video, are included in the exhibit.
The exhibiting artists in the 2017 Small Works Show:
Kristen Adamczyk, David Andersson, William Armstrong, Molly Aubry, Christina Baril, Dorion Barill, Genea Barnes, Allan Bealy, Leigh Blanchard, Kelly Boehmer, Katryn Bowe, Paul Brandwein, Claire Breidenbach, Ronald Butler, Cat Byrnes, Meghan Calvert, Donna Charging, Steven Chayt, Amara Clark, Camilla Marie Dahl, Janice Everett, Lily Frances, Giacinta Frisillo, Linda Gallop, Ken Goshen, Jingmei Han, Elizabeth Herrmann, Karen Holt, Chen-An Huang, Martha Ives, Roxanne Jacobson, Aki Kano, Amanda Kavanagh, Jamie Kay, Deirdre Laughton, Jenny Lederer and Laura Schneider, Roxi Marsen, Vivien Masters, Lee Meltzer, Miao Miao, Anne Murray, Miguel Otero-Fuentes, Daniel Paterna, Robert Pennington, Becky Plattus, Renee Radenberg, Jennifer Reinstein, Eric Rennie, Nick Robles, Miroslava Romanova, Robert Salmieri, Ian Shelly, Nancy Siesel, Katie Steinberg, Taro Takizawa, Tore Terrasi, Susan Trees, Rhonda Urdang, Ann Waddell, Madeline Weibel, Lee Welch, Mary Younkin, Soo Yun
Juror Angel Bellaran is one of the original organizers of the Nasty Women Exhibition movement, formed in reaction to the result of the 2016 election. A socially-engaged artist and activist, with roots in Dublin, Ireland and San Francisco, California. Bellaran is an alumna of the Institute of Art, Design & Technology’s MAVis program in Ireland, and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.