Small Is Beautiful: XLI | Flowers Gallery, London

November 30, 2023 - 6 January, 2024

Flowers Gallery is pleased to present the 41st edition of the annual Small is Beautiful exhibition.

Julie Cockburn
Julie Cockburn, Yellow Parrot, 2023, hand embroidery and ink on found postcard, 13.2 x 8.4 cm

Small is Beautiful was first established at Flowers Gallery in 1974, inviting selected contemporary artists working in any media to present works with a fixed economy of scale, each piece measuring no more than 7 x 9 inches. Continuing in the same spirit to the present day, the 41st edition of the exhibition presents a rare opportunity to purchase smaller pieces by internationally recognised names and discover new talents.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS INCLUDE:

Aleah Chapin
Amanda Faulkner
Andrew Graves
Andrew Logan
Anna Pakosz
Anthony Daley
Anthony Frost
Ashley Cluer
Ayumi Matsuba
Bob Edgson
Carl Randall
Carol Robertson
Carole Hodgson
Caroline List
Christina Niederberger
Christopher Gee
Claerwen James
Claire Oxley
Cody Cobb
Diana Copperwhite
Diane Meyer
Dianne Kaufman
Edie Flowers
Emma Turpin
Freya Payne
Gill Rocca
Glen Baxter
Guy Haddon
Grant Hannah
Ni Mhaonaigh
Ishbel Myerscough
James Hague
Jane Ackroyd
Jeff Lowe
Jennifer McRae
Jiro Osuga
Jo Hummel
John Stark
Jose Campos (Studio Lenca)
Joseph Dupre
Julie Cockburn
Justine Neuberger
Kate Giles
Katie Pratt
Katie Mawson
Kim Booker
Lynn Dennison
Mark Entwisle
Mercedes Workman
Ole Brodersen
Peter Wylie
Rebecca Griffiths
Rennie Tait
Rob Wyn Yates
Sadie Hennesy
Sam Peacock
Sean Henry
Shaun McCracken
Shen Wei
Sinta Tantra
Sophie Smallhorn
Stephanie Quayle
Tabitha Soren
Tim Fawcett
Tom Hammick
Trevor Sutton
Unskilled Worker
William Pye
Zachari Logan

Francesca Simon
Francesca Simon Discovered Check I, 2023 Acrylic and pencil on linen on wood 17 x 20 cm, (c) Francesca Simon, courtesy of Flowers Gallery
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