Saturday, October 2, 2010

17th Annual Small Matters of Great Importance Exhibition



I am so pleased to have three works that will be exhibited in the 17th Annual Small Matters of Great Importance exhibit at the Edward Hopper House Art Center in Nyack, NY. This is the third year I will have work in this show and I have found each exhibition to be unique.


The three images are:

Shadow and Light, I. Image by Mary Ann Reilly (South Dakota, 2010)

What Felled You Is Important. Image by Mary Ann Reilly (South Dakota, 2010)
Calvary. Image by Mary Ann Reilly (South Dakota, 2010)




17th Annual Small Matters of Great Importance
October 16- November 28, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 16, 5-7 pm
The exhibition celebrates work in all styles and media that makes a big statement—through message, technique, or execution--despite size.  Juror: Clare Bell, Program Manager, Roy Lichtenstein Foundation.  

Selected Artist: Ruth Avra, Suzanne Baron, Zoe Berkovic, Critz Campbell, Kimberly Clark, Jim Crable, Carl Demeulenaere, Charolette Forsythe, James Fuhrman, Marilyn Gelfand, Kathleen Gerard, Arthur Gunther, Michael Iskowitz, Amy Keefer, Lucy Kehati, Dana Kleinman, Dawnice Kerchaert, Polly Law, Elizabeth Leal, Mica McCann, Stephen Mead, Josh Millis, Rachel Moseley, Christin Mulder, Natasha Rabin, Richard Raiselis, Ed Rehbein, Mary Ann Reilly, Silvia Rudolf, Jennine Scarboro, Gary Schwartz, Craig Usher, Robbii Wessen, William Waggoner, Win Zibeon 




Edward Hopper House Art Center
82 North Broadway
Nyack, NY 10960
845-358-0774
Gallery Hours: 1-5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday





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