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Arch Enemy Arts 3rd Annual Small Wonders Exhibition

"Circus"
It's such a thrill to be in this show and among so many talented artists! So get ready because tonight Arch Enemy Arts presents the opening of their 3rd Annual Small Wonders Exhibition. Brimming with a plethora of affordable art, the highly anticipated event celebrates nearly 50 artists from across the globe and over 100 pieces of original artwork. Mine included, yay!  
 Proving size doesn't matter, all exhibited work measures under 12 inches and is priced at $250 or less, so stop by or purchase online because there’s something for everyone! 

Opening Reception: 
 November 7, 2014 6-10PM 
 Exhibition Dates: 
 November 7 – November 23, 2014 
Before she traveled!
Drawing stages.

Comments

Rick Forrestal said…
Congratulations.
I will come see this exhibit, your work.
Rick Forrestal said…
Oops . . . intending to go see this exhibit, and your work, I discovered the gallery was in Philadelphia.
Oh well.
Bella Harris said…
Totally understand, Rick! Wish I could see it myself! Hahaha!

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