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Friday, November 21, 2014

Bite Size Art at 4th Street Fine Art: Tiny Masterpieces on Display

Posted By on Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 10:06 AM

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If San Francisco's annual Bring Your Own Big Wheel has taught us anything, it's that some things are just better when they're smaller. Just look at Hot Wheels, mini-muffins, and those teacup pigs people keep buying. Want to grab people's attention? Make it small.

Berkeley's 4th Street Fine Art is applying this principle to art, with its Little Delights Group Show, open now through January 12. The exhibition, which features artists from all over the Bay Area, will feature bite-sized pieces, all designed to pack as much artistic brilliance into as small a space as possible.

The works are also for sale, at prices that match their miniature size. The art is in a comfortable $50-200 range, so make some space on your desk for a piece of mini-art!

4th Street Fine Art, Fri.-Sun. 11a.m.-6 p.m., 2000 Fourth Street (at University), Berkeley. 

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