Fountain House Gallery’s “Small Works: $100 & Under” Presents Hundreds of Original, Affordable Artworks for Collecting, Holiday Gift-Giving
On view: November 9 – December 23, 2023/Reception: November 9, 6-8pm
Fountain House Gallery – the premier venue in New York City representing artists living with mental illness – will present Small Works: $100 & Under, an annual Gallery event that has become a perennial favorite of art lovers, collectors, and holiday shoppers, will open with a Reception on November 9, 2023, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, and will remain on view through December 23, 2023.
For this year’s iteration of Small Works, Fountain House Gallery artists have created hundreds of pieces of original art, sized at 6 by 6 inches or smaller and priced at $100 or less. Artworks are sold on a first come, first served basis, and collectors are encouraged to shop directly “off the wall.”
Gallery artists continue to embrace the annual challenge of creating in the scaled-down format, unleashing their talents on fresh mediums and ideas. The exhibit offers a unique and affordable opportunity to experience – and collect – an individual artist’s breadth of work.
Among the mediums represented in Small Works are acrylic, mixed media, fabric, digital photography, sculpture and jewelry.
This program is funded, in part, by generous support from the Renate, Hans and Maria Hofmann Trust, and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.
About Fountain House Gallery: Fountain House Gallery and Studio supports the careers and creative visions of artists living with mental illness. Founded by Fountain House in 2000, the Manhattan-based Gallery sells original artworks and collaborates with a wide network of artists, curators and cultural institutions. The Studio, located in Long Island City, is a collaborative workspace that furthers the professional practice of our artists. Embracing artists who are emerging or established, trained or self-taught, Fountain House Gallery cultivates artistic growth, makes a vital contribution to the New York arts community, and challenges the stigma surrounding mental illness.