Be sure to visit SMALL before it closes on Wednesday, August 10.
This is the last week to see SMALL where you'll see over 100 small-scale works by more than 40 artists. No piece in the exhibition is larger than seven inches square, though separately, and as a whole, the work speaks volumes.
One of the standout artists in SMALL is James Miles who created an architecture series of eight internationally recognized museums, including the Whitney, Guggenheim, Pompidou, and Tate. Miles's unique rendering of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) even includes a couple smootching in front of Mario Botta's iconic building.
Image: "SFMOMA" by James Miles © 2011 Creativity Explored. Ink on paper, 7" x 7".
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