Small Works curated by Claudia Nimar

April 7th – June 5th

Every person deserves the color, texture and vibrancy a work of fine art can bring to a space. Small Works Art is a company, inspired by Claudia Nimar of Falmouth, dedicated to making petite, quality paintings accessible to the public.

Small Works Art collects works from new and mid-career fine artists in the United States and makes it easy for you to fit the beauty of “small works” or miniature fine arts into your home or office. Even if your space is small it deserves a great piece of artwork!

Curated by Claudia Nimar

List of Artists:

Judi Goudreau
Pawtucket, RI

Graduated from Rhode Island School of Design, Illustration Department.
With Illustration as my background 2-dimensional art was my original focus. I went from portraits of people and pets to murals on ceilings and stairwells. But it was in a shared studio that I started working in clay, then and there I was hooked and began sculpting.  Painting and sculpture have dual roles in my art and life. Paint lends itself to the visual need for color, light, and perspective practice. Sculpture gives me form, gesture and proportion skills. Currently I am enjoying my dual career as a painter/sculptor in my studio in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Margot Keil
Boston, MA

Graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting with departmental honors, 2016.
Margot Keil is a painter and budding ceramicist living and working in Boston. Her paintings are a series of textured musings on land and sea; the fog of a salt marsh, the dryness of a tree just north of the tide line, the weight of fog. In recent years, Margot has transitioned from paintings of wetness to paintings of dryness, focusing on erosion. Her paintings are included in several private collections.

Kat O’Connor
Worcester, MA

Bachelor of Arts in drawing with highest honors from Montana State University in 1990 and a Master of Fine Arts in painting from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1995.
She has exhibited her work nationwide, including three solo shows at regional museums, and won numerous awards, including a 2018 Mass Cultural Council Fellowship in Drawing and Printmaking and a 2017 Material Needs Grant. She is a Copley Master at Copley Society of Art in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work is included in many private and corporate collections. O’Connor has shared her love of art with students at Southwest Texas State University, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Worcester State University, Worcester Art Museum, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, and Umbrella Center for the Arts. She has lead landscape painting workshops in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Italy, and Greece.


Stickwork Sculptor Patrick Dougherty


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