Kim Ferreira | Enormous Tiny Art: Autumn @ Nahcotta
Oil paintings by Kim Ferreira, featuring an array of anthropomorphic woodland critters against a backdrop nodding to french rococo landscapes.
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Enormous Tiny Art: Autumn @ Nahcotta

I am thrilled to be included in Nahcotta’s 16th incarnation of the Enormous Tiny Art Show exhibitions! I created a series of squirrels and acorns featuring one of my favorite William Morris patterns…I’ve always had a soft spot for the little critters, they never seem to be able to make up their minds.




This month, EnormousTiny Art: Autumn offers up elaborate illustrations, classic portraits of exceptionally small proportions, abstract renderings, dreamy little landscapes, captivating cityscapes, petite sculptures, and much more. True to form, over 300 pieces of art from 40 artists all over the world are in this exhibition, each measuring 10″ x 10″ or smaller, making them perfect for the first-time art buyer or avid collector wanting to add more original art to their beloved collection.


The show opens on Friday between 5-8pm and all works are available online here