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‘MicroVisions 4’ Exhibition – WOW x WOW Gallery – Announcement

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WOW x WOW is incredibly proud to present MicroVisions 4, the fourth of our annual group shows of small artworks; this year featuring over 80 international artists and comprising of more than 100 unique pieces. With the maximum size of contributions being limited to 10″ x 10″, and many of the works coming in considerably smaller, this exhibition offers collectors the perfect opportunity to purchase work by a host of phenomenal artists at their most affordable prices. MicroVisions 4 opens on Friday 7th May and will run until 28th May.

Stom500 - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
A detail of Stom500’s superb progress on his contribution, ‘Strawberry Robber’.

The artworks in this exhibit may be small, however this certainly does not preclude them from delivering mightily when it comes to impact and depth of subject matter. As with all WOW x WOW exhibitions, we haven’t imposed any theme on the artists participating in MicroVisions 4. We feel that every artist should be allowed the freedom to continue along their chosen path of creative expression and exploration, without any of the awkwardness, distractions or restrictions that themed shows can so often generate. So, with WOW x WOW shows, you can always expect to be treated to pure, unadulterated visions of wonder and contemplation.

Kim Sielbeck - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
A tantilising glimpse of Kim Sielbeck’s joyous piece, ‘Celebrate’.

As always, we’d really appreciate you spreading the word to anyone that you think might be interested in the exhibition. We’re super excited about the work we’ve received for MicroVisions 4, and we hope that you enjoy the show!

If you’re interested in receiving the Collector’s Preview, please email us at info(at)wowxwow(dot)com. Thank you.

Wiley Wallace - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
Wiley Wallace hard at work on his fabulous skull painting, ‘Together’.

Participating artists:

David Álvarez | Jenna Andersen | Diego Andrade | Godie Arboleda | Nikoo Bafti | Paul Barnes | Daniel Bautista | Kaitlin Beckett | Kseniia Boko | Sofia Bonati | Brian Britigan | Scott G. Brooks | Ally Burke | Alejandra Caballero | Martínez Cánovas | Riso Chan | Alina Chau | Caroline Jiin Choi | Caitlin Rose Davis | Karl Deuble | Bob Dob | Alex Dos Diaz | Ejiwa ‘Edge’ Ebenebe | Aria Fawn | Sarah Finnigan | Alison Friend | Katie Gamb | Brad Gray | Pavel Guliaev | Marie-Alice Harel | Naoto Hatttori | Lachlan Herrick | Cleonique Hilsaca | Redmer Hoekstra | Odera IgbokweMark Constantine Inducil | Savanna Judd | Song Kang | J. L. King | Tara Krebs | Josef Florian Krichbaum | Anita Kunz | Bernard Lee | Chris Leib | Wenting Li | Alice Lin | Jamie Linley | James Lipnickas | Milka Lolo | Jon MacNair | Andrew MacRae | Isaac Malakkai | Gina Matarazzo | Monika Mitkute | Virginia Mori | Heiko Müller | Andreas Nagel | David Natale | JP Neang | Phuong ‘Jacquell’ Nguyen | Johannah O’Donnell | Kate O’Hara | Christian Orrillo | Jimmy P | Diego Peñuela | John Kelly Pevahouse | Dusty Ray | V. R. Rivera | Vasilisa Romanenko | Juliet Schreckinger | Danny Schwartz | Catriona Secker | Brian Serway | Yuriko Shirou | Kim Sielbeck | Kaysha Siemens | Kristin Siegel-Leicht | Allison Sommers | Stom500 | Jessica Taylor | Neil Thompson | Ania Tomicka | Kate Wadsworth | Wiley Wallace | Quincy Washington | Jamie Wells | David Michael Wright

Flyer image: ‘Listen Carefully’ by Isaac Malakkai

Sarah Finnigan - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
Sarah Finnigan works her magic on her stunning acrylic painting, ‘Evening Blooms.
Cleonique Hilsaca - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
Cleonique Hilsaca’s beautifully organised workspace and progress on ‘Forest Spirit’.
Chris Leib - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
Chris Leib’s breathtaking small-scale rendering of his piece, ‘Three Wounds’.
Ania Tomicka - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
Ania Tomicka gets into the details of her stunning oil painting, ‘Breathing’.
VR Rivera - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
A ray of sunlight illuminates VR Rivera’s incredible progress on ‘Hand Study no. 33’.
Yuriko Shirou - MicroVisions 4 - WIP
A progress shot displaying the dark beauty of Yuriko Shirou’s piece, ‘Puppet of Bones’.

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