The Enormous Tiny Art Show #25
Oil paintings by Kim Ferreira, featuring an array of anthropomorphic woodland critters against a backdrop nodding to french rococo landscapes.
paintings, Kim Ferreira, art, illustration, children's illustration, nursery decor, Portsmouth, NH, New Hampshire artist, artist, animals, woodland critters, squirrel, bear, fox, raccoon, chipmunk, groundhog, forest, landscapes, oil paintings, joie de vivre
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The Enormous Tiny Art Show #25

ETA #25 opens at Nahcotta on March 1st! I’ve been thinking a lot about the origin of my ‘Joie de Vivre’ series and the original inspiration.


“The Good China”, oil on panel, 10 by 8 inches, 2019


I was preparing for my first baby and in full nesting mode, creating a nursery – always an animal lover I naturally found myself gravitating toward woodland critter art, accessories and textiles. The fabric I used to make curtains featured a graphic repeating pattern of little animals having a party in the forest. This repeating pattern sparked something in me, and the party has finally come to fruition in my fantasy forest of Fontainebleau.

The Enormous Tiny Art Show #25 opens on March 1st. Works for the show will be available to view + purchase later in February prior to the opening. (I will provide a link in the not too distant future!)


110 Congress Street
Portsmouth, NH