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Ninth annual small works group show at local gallery

This year’s “Art in Sixes” show at the Alliance Gallery in Narrowsburg, NY features works of art by local artists and will be on display from November 23 to December 22.
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November 20, 2013

NARROWSBURG, NY — “Art in Sixes,” an exhibition of small art works by local artists, opens at the Delaware Arts Center’s Alliance Gallery on Saturday, November 23, with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m.

Celebrating its ninth year, “Art in Sixes” is the Delaware Valley Arts Center’s premier year-end art event. It features artwork in a wide range of studio mediums including painting, drawing, sculpture, fiber, ceramics and photography from artists in Sullivan County and the upper Delaware River region. This exhibition which showcases art no larger than six inches in any direction has become the largest of its kind in Sullivan County. All works of art are for sale and priced reasonably for holiday gift giving.

“This small works group show is a great way to see mini-masterpieces by your favorite artist and to see new and emerging artists for the first time,” said gallery director Rocky Pinciotti. “It has become the exhibition that local artists want to be included in and a must see for all art lovers in the area.”

Running simultaneously next door at Signature Gifts at the Delaware Arts Center is “Valley Artists Holiday Show and Sale,” where arts and crafts by over 60 artists, specializing in wood, photography, painting, jewelry, ceramics, textiles and sculpture are available for purchase. Also featured are books by local authors, holiday cards, gift wrap, as well as selected antiques. Gifts for children include a great assortment of wood toys, art- and nature-inspired stickers, books, games, and art supplies. Gifts for adults include clocks, books, bowls, wood boxes, vases, silk scarves, journals and jewelry.

The exhibit and the sale are both open through Sunday, December 22, with hours of Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call 845/252-7576 or visit