Tiny Trifecta Exhibition returns to Tara McPherson’s Cotton Candy Machine Gallery for it’s 4th year! This exhibition features more than 50 accomplished artists contributing small works of art priced at only $100ea. Artists include
Jessicka Addams, Esao Andrews, Apak, John Baizley, Dilek Baykara, Melinda Beck, Andrew Bell, Cory Benhatzel, Heather Benjamin, Robert Bowen, Jon Burgerman, Iain Burke, Zoe Byland, You Byun, Scott C, Luke Chueh, Ciou, Dave Correia, Troy Coulterman, Lana Crooks, Steven Daily, Gabi de la Merced, Kelly Denato, Camilla d’Errico, Dima Drjuchin, Jason Edmiston, Emroca, Brian Ewing, Shepard Fairey, P-Jay Fidler, AJ Fosik, Erik Foss, Gris Grimly, Michael Hacker, Kelley Hagemes, Thomas Han, Thomas Hooper, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Charlie Immer, Jordin Isip, JK5, JoKa, Nathan Jurevicius, Lyejm Kallas-Lewis, Ian Kuali’i, Kozyndan, Grace Lang, Henry Lewis, Farron Loathing, Tina Lugo, David Mack, Sean Mahan, Jim Mahfood, Malojo, Steven Manale, Sara Antoinette Martin, Megan Massacre, Marco Mazzoni, Jim McKenzie, Tara McPherson, Ronnie Ray Mendez, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Moki, Tomi Monstre, Michael Motorcycle, Lori Nelson, Saelee Oh, Shaunna Peterson, Anthony Pontius, Matt Ritchie, Greg Rivera, Jermaine Rogers, Paul Romano, Arik Roper, Martina Russo, KRK Ryden, Mark Ryden, Jay Ryan, Victoria Salvador, Isabel Samaras, Erik Mark Sandberg, Scarecrowoven, Jon Schnepp, Shawnimals, Skinner, Amy Sol, Allison Sommers, Jeff Soto, Bwana Spoons, Amar Stewart, Diana Sudyka, Fefe Talavera, Yosuke Ueno, Jonathan Wayshak, Elizabeth Winnel, Martin Wittfooth and Chet Zar.
Camilla has contributed 3 new artworks, ink drawings on paint-treated wood panels, to this year’s Tiny Trifecta.
Camilla treated these 6×6″ square wooden panels with light layers of white paint, to create lighten the surface while still keeping the wood grain visible. The drawings were made with her favourite pens.
Tiny Trifecta opens June 14th at CCM at 7pm, with buyer pre-registration opening at 4pm. Artworks from the exhibition are in high demand, on a first-come-first-served basis, with a limit of 2 purchased artworks per person.