April 19 - June 29, 1997
CEPA Exhibition at the Anderson Gallery

Small Wonders is a group photographic exhibition that celebrates the power and grandeur of small works. The exhibition, curated by Gerald Mead of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, is the result of a national call for work by CEPA for artists who work in small scale (defined as image size smaller than 8"x8"), using any photographically based process. The exhibition is a diverse representation of the artists' numerous approaches to small scale work and includes: gelatin silver prints, chromogenic color prints, duratrans, hand held viewers, polaroids, artist's books, photo collages and electromicrographs.

Coincident with the exhibition, a conversation with guest curator Gerald Mead and exhibiting artists Diane Bush, Tyrone Georgiou, Biff Henrich, and John Pfahl was held on Sunday, June 8, 1997 at the Anderson Gallery. The subject of the discussion was the role scale plays in photographic work.

To view the artist works from the exhibition, click any of the names below or the thumbnail images pictured above.