Tiny Art Archive Gallery

This Gallery Features The Pieces That Have Sold

…..(or that I broke because I’m a klutz)

Are you totally in love with one of these pieces and really want to own it?  There is a chance I can recreate it for you.  So long as the materials are still available, I’ll do my best make a new one.  There is no commitment to buy so if you don’t like the new version, you’re under no obligation what so ever.  There’s also no cost premium or fees for reproductions!

Click on any piece to view a larger image and other details.  (Coming Soon)

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Curious about what you can do with a tiny piece of art?  They are amazing versatile pieces.  If you hang photos or other artwork “salon style” (like a collage), tiny art is perfect for filling odd gaps.  Hanging several small works along one side of a larger work can add more visual interest to a space and complement the larger work (I did this in my living room). Do you work in a cubicle or small office?  A ‘little’ art goes a long way to making a cubicle less dull.  I mentioned above that I would be happy to attach a magnet to the back so you could even hang them on your fridge!

Tiny Art is not only fun to create but it also presents an interesting challenge.  I began making these little pieces for an art show called, appropriately enough, “Baby Canvases.”  The canvases in the original show were all 2″ x 3.”  I think I bought around 20 canvases.  I then spent a lot of time staring at them trying to figure out what I could so with something so tiny.  Once I stopped focusing on the size of the canvases, ideas just started to flow.  The Tiny Art Archive features only some of the tiny work that I’ve created over the years.  Some of the pictures have gone missing and other were of really poor quality & therefore unusable for the site.


Curious about how a piece was made?  Want to know where I found a particular material?  Please don’t hesitate to ask.  I’m more than happy to help you recreate any of the pieces here.

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