Do you like your art small? If so, VSA Arts/Access Gallery is the place to be this Friday night, when works less than a foot square will be available for purchase at a 99 Pieces of Art on the Wall fundraiser. The art is not just all over the wall, but all over the place: Some is by teachers and some by the VSA Arts students, who live with disabilities but still express themselves in fabulous ways. And some, maybe a lot, of the little art is by local artists with names you'll likely recognize.
With an entry fee of only $9.99, and the promise of walking out with a very good, affordable work of art, the benefit begins at 6 p.m. at the gallery. So you'll be going prepared, here's a preview of some of our favorite ten-by-ten artworks in the show (and for even more, head to the Facebook Sneak Peek Library).
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