VIP Reception for Teeny Tiny Trifecta 2
POSTED ON 8.14.2019
Last year's First Friday Opening Reception for our inaugural Teeny Tiny Trifecta exhibition saw unprecedented crowds at SSG. In fact, things got a little chaotic at times - so this year we're trying something new!
On Thursday, September 5, we are teaming up with our exhibition sponsor, Gardy Bloemers, Vice President, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, for a special ticketed VIP reception.
Attendance will be limited to 100 people and artwork will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. This will be your first chance to purchase artwork from Teeny Tiny Trifecta 2!
Tickets cost $35 per person for the VIP Reception. A limited number of $25 tickets will be available to the first 25 people to buy tickets. Tickets can be found HERE.
Teeny Tiny Trifecta 2: First Friday Opening Reception
POSTED ON 8.14.2019
Join Second Street Gallery for the highly anticipated opening of Teeny Tiny Trifecta 2. This juried group show will kick off the Gallery’s 46th season. The exhibition will open to the public at 5:30pm on Friday, September 6th and will remain on view through September 27, 2019 in the Dové Gallery.
The show will consist of a collection of three works of art, all measuring 9 inches or smaller, from a carefully curated selection of artists. Inspired by both Cabinets of Curiosities as well as the Paris Salons of the 19th Century, but with a modern twist, the exhibition aims to showcase the wide range of talented artists in Virginia (and beyond!) while providing an accessible introduction to contemporary art collecting. All work will be priced at $100, so this is a great opportunity for collectors of all budgets to collect a work of art by some of their favorite artists.
Exhibiting artists include:
Candice Agnello, Carol H. Barber, Peter Benedetti, Sally Cary Booker, Anna Bryant, Erika Chu, Sahara Clemons, Terry M. Coffey, Courtney Coker, Jessie Coles, Colleen Conner, Kay Vass Darling, Delna Dastur, Adrienne Allyn Dent, Lindsay Heider Diamond, Holly Draper, Lizzie Dudley, Zoé Edgecomb, Sigrid Eilertson, Jan Elmore, Brittany Fan, Michelle Gagliano, Lara Call Gastinger, Camille Gerrick, Jane Goodman, Lauren Gordon, Juan Manuel Granados, Sam Gray, Virginia Greene, Cassie Guy, Lou Haney, Robin Harris, Steve Haske, Lotta Helleberg, Caleb Hendrickson, James Kendall Higgins, Courtney Hopkins, Ken Horne, Brian C. Jones, Lev Keatts, Bussie Parker Kehoe, Jill Kerttula, Blythe King, Phyllis R. Koch-Sheras, Natasha Kovacs + Lindsay Parnell, Conni LeFon, Alexa Luna, Logan MacKethan, Ramona Martinez, Charlotte McCoy McAdams, Tim Michel, Theodora Miller, Joanna Mullen, Tobiah Mundt, Ken Nadle, Susan Haley Northington, Akemi Ohira, Cary Oliva, Heather Owens, Samantha Pagni, Charles W. Peale, Meg Perdue, Lori Pinkey, Ann Ray, Jeannine Barton Regan, Madeleine Rhondeau-Rhodes, Lisa A. Ryan, Joe Sheridan, Andrew Sherogan, Karen Siegrist, Laura Josephine Snyder, Paige Speight, Suzanne Tanner Tanner, Hannah ThomasClarke, Krista Townsend, Kelley Van Dilla, Becky Venteicher, Nancy Wallace, Kathleen Westkaemper, Priscilla Long Whitlock, Clay Witt, Kristie Edwards Wood, Laura Wooten, Christen Yates, Sarah Boyts Yoder, Cate West Zahl
This exhibition is made possible in part by our generous sponsor:
Gardy Bloemers, Vice President, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
“Lady Painters” in UVA Today
POSTED ON 7.24.2019
Check out SSG's latest feature in UVA Today HERE!
“When you think of a painter like Joan Mitchell, you’ll only see [her] in places like the [Museum of Modern Art], the Tate [Modern gallery in London] or the [Virginia Museum of Fine Arts], but you don’t expect to walk into your local gallery off the Downtown Mall and have the opportunity to see an artist like this.” - Executive Director & Chief Curator Kristen Chiacchia, on the significance of the works on loan from the Fralin Museum of UVA.
Special thank you to UVA Today, Ryann Sheehy, the Fralin Museum of UVA, and the late alumnus Alan Groh.