“Art in Sixes” has become one of the largest group shows in the region, the 2019 exhibit features over 650 small-scale artworks by more than 200 local and regional artists.
This exhibition provides something for everyone, whether you’re an art connoisseur, a browser, a collector, or someone in need of that perfect gift. Established artists and those just starting out have submitted original artwork for the show (no reproductions are accepted), from mini canvases to little sculptures to small books. Every piece is 6-inches or less in any direction. Prices generally range from $45 to $800.
Pennsylvania-based painter David Tinsely will be contributing an original small work for a silent auction, proceeds from which will benefit DVAA. The piece will be on display at DVAA’s welcome desk throughout the exhibit. Bidding begins on Saturday, November 16.
“Over the past 15 years, this exhibition has matured and grown,” says gallery director Rocky Pinciotti. “It strikes a perfect balance between a show that is juried and yet inclusive. Nowhere else will you find such a large group of participating artists and such high quality creative artwork except at DVAA’s ‘Art in Sixes.’”
The first “Art in Sixes” exhibit launched 15 years ago with 98 works of art. By 2018, the exhibition had grown to 629 works of art by over 200 artists.
The activities of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance are made possible in part by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.