The small works show took place in the grand foyer of this beautiful 1880's Queen Anne victorian, which is the home of Celebrations Gallery.
This show focuses on smaller works of art that are under $200 and the show runs from November 6th - January 7th.
Everywhere I turned on Sat I saw beautiful artwork, adorning the walls and display cases. The table to the right was full of baked goodies to eat and Celebrations was also serving hot tea and apple cider for the occasion as well.
The artwork is beautifully displayed all throughout the gallery, hanging on the walls and resting on the furniture. My vintage ceiling tin is on the left.
Of course, there is also a whole upstairs filled with more wonderful artwork. Just because the show was downstairs didn't mean I wasn't going to venture upstairs with my camera.
This fabulous chair by artist Wolfgang Schweizer was upstairs.........
As was this gorgeous bench by woodburning artist Merideth Berthiaume.
I think that my favorite piece at the gallery right now though is this gorgeous chair that is downstairs and displayed for everyone to see as they walk in the door. This incredible piece of work was painted by artist David Stumpo.
My favorite part of the chair has to be the cardinal on the seat. I got a chance to meet David and talk with him and his wife while I was at the show. A wonderful artist, so talented and humble.
I really had a wonderful 2 hours that I spent at Celebrations, viewing all the work, including my own and getting to talk with some of the other artists there.