Small Wonders at Jordan Faye Contemporary

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“This show for me has been on my mind and on the pages of my notebooks for over two years now so I am so pleased to see it come to fruition on the walls of Jordan Faye Contemporary. There are over 86 works of art hanging and 18 artists, which include Christine Bailey, Elizabeth Brady, Don Cook, Chehalis Hegner, Meaghan Harrison, Michael Hurst, Julie Jankowski, Lori Larusso, Kate MacKinnon, Isabel Manalo, David Page, Spoon Popkin, Randi Reiss-McCormack, Beverly Ress, James Rieck, Jacqueline Schlossman, Elena Volkova, and Ariana Wol. And my Small Wonders Exhibition is now a reality.

“Small Wonders, is opening at Jordan Faye Contemporary in Clipper Mill on Friday, December 14 from 5 – 11pm. This dynamic group exhibition features work by Baltimore’s finest painters, sculptors and photographers. Small Wonders provides new collectors an opportunity to purchase work that is affordable. It also provides seasoned art collectors with smaller works to compliment their already expansive portfolio. Work ranges in price from $150 to $1000. We will be open all day Saturday & Sunday afternoon following this reception. Works purchased at the opening will be available to take home the same day. Your collection begins here, the artists and I look forward to seeing you friday evening.” -Jordan Faye Block

Jordan Faye Contemporary
2031 Clipper Park Road #208
Baltimore, MD 21211
m. 443.955.1547

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