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The Craig Gallery's Small Wonders

Craig regulars give back by donating small works to this silent auction and gallery fundraiser.

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Terri Whetstone's Chicken III
  • Terri Whetstone's Chicken III

This month at the Craig Gallery small yet mighty pieces of art will grace the walls, not only for your viewing pleasure, but for your buying pleasure, too. By getting your mitts on one of these $100,12-inch by 12-inch works you'll be making the little Dartmouth gallery's holiday wishes come true. "We often rely on the generousity of others," says gallery coordinator Kim Farmer of the exhibit which features over 70 pieces, including work from Kay Stanfield, Barry Colpitts and Terri Whetstone. "Having the support of past exhibiting artists means everything. Without their enthusiasm and creativity my job would be quite dull---their excitement in presenting their work always rubs off on me." The silent auction kicks off at the opening reception for Small Wonders (December 1, 7-9pm), where they'll be festive snacks and live music from Donald McLennan and friends, and the bidding lasts until noon on December 21.

To Dec 21, Craig Gallery, Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street

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