“Small Works of Art” Show at (Not) Sheep Gallery

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(Not) Sheep Gallery provides a platform for artists to talk about controversial issues. For their Small Works of Art show, the artists will present small pieces, including:

  • New work by Juliellen Byrne which represents the issues with immigration ($950-3900),
  • Char Norman, whose work talks about environmental issues, including her newest work called Scorched Earth ($450-2400),
  • Sue Cavanaugh, who has created a series of Unholier Than Thou Voodoo Protection Dolls and prints in a cartoon format talking about Corporations as People ($17.50-750),
  • Yuri Darash, whose work is a commentary on women’s self-image and beauty,
  • Christopher X. Bost ($400-500),
  • Kathryn Shinko’s Dirty Sampler series, cross-stitched and embroidered samplers of text messaging with corresponding images,
  • Richard Garriott-Stejskal’s new Clown in Chief stoneware sculpture ($750-1700),
  • Chay Ruby’s beautiful little jewel-like watercolor and ink paintings of distorted figures representing issues of being gay, family abuse, alcoholism, self-image ($125-295)
  • And more.

(Not) Sheep also has coffee mugs for $17.50, small sculptures for $50, and organic, non-GMO, non-hybridized, heirloom seeds from Baker Creek for $3 per packet.

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