5 February 2023
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS:
18 FEBRUARY 2023
1 - 15 MARCH 2023
Walk The Line will be two shows in one - a big world exhibition and another in the dollhouse, and artists are invited to submit to either or both shows. The theme and title of both exhibitions is the same and very much open to interpretation - but all work MUST somewhere feature a prominent horizontal line.
Walk The Line: To maintain a fragile balance between one extreme and another...
This call is for all mediums of original 2D artwork, photography and digital work. Unfortunately video and 3D work cannot be accepted for the large show.
Large work should be a maximum of circa A3 (30cm x 42cm). Small work must not exceed maximum measurements of 12cm x 12cm x 1cm (to INCLUDE any mount/frame), and 3D work should have a maximum footprint of 7.5cm x 7.5cm x 15cm(H).
This is first show in The House of Smalls big world Gallery and as well as having a physical presence, work will also be featured online as it was for the dollhouse shows.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL BE A COST OF £40 PER SELECTED ARTIST FOR THE LARGE SHOW; AND £10 PER SELECTED ARTIST FOR THE DOLLHOUSE SHOW.
TO SUBMIT WORK PLEASE CLICK ON THE IMAGE.
Thank you 🖤
27 April 2022
We’re in print again my loves! Thank you so much to The View Magazine for inviting the House to be a part of the sixth edition, Spring 2022.
Thank you so much to the artists whose work is shown, from HoS shows This Volatile State, It’s My Life, and The Time of Her Life.
The View Magazine is by and for women in the justice system. A grass-roots social enterprise and campaigning platform working with survivors of abuse and violence, state inflicted oppression and trauma, care-leavers, asylum seekers and formerly incarcerated women, that gives voice to women in the justice system, provides an outlet for creativity and builds financial independence.
The View is the only organisation in the third sector that puts women with lived experience at the heart of all that they do, from board to volunteers, The View is a living, being community that is creating a brighter future through art, story-telling and hope.
29 October 2021
We’re in print my loves!
Thank you so much to the wonderful Janet Cawthorne for including me in her Art in Lockdown: Through the Keyhole series of interviews for the illustrious arts magazine The Flux Review, alongside so many hugely talented and diverse creatives. This is amazing Janet!
The photos selected are of the second and fourth shows, The Portrait Within and This Volatile State - enormous thank yous to all the artists involved with The House shows.
1 February 2023
Absolutely thrilled to be in the new premises, it's all so exciting!
Thank you to everyone who's supporting me in this journey - three weeks ago I was working in a prison and now this! I'm beyond grateful I'm taking a week to get things sorted in the space and then let's fill it with art!
15 April 2022
The House is in Adelaide my loves! So excited to be part of the first World Tiny Art Gallery Day alongside nine other brilliant little projects from around the globe. Thank you so much to founders, Sarah and Matt from Gallery Flaneur, for including the House.
(This first exhibition was held in the northern section of Gawler Place, Adelaide, and was supported by the City of Adelaide, the State Government of South Australia and Adelaide Economic Development Agency as part of ADL Unleashed).
6 July 2022
Thank you so so much to HAUS-A-REST, Jenna Fox and Nichola Rodgers for inviting me to give a little insight on running The House of Smalls for Issue 27 ~ The Tiny Issue ~ of their brilliant online zine.
Do check it out to see some wonderful small art, some of which by artists who have also shown in the House.
28 December 2021
Tote bags for sale!
Open main compartment with easy access
100% cotton canvas
Double carry handles
35cm x 34cm x 6cm
I have a limited number of bags available at £15 (inc P&P for UK buyers) - if you'd like to purchase one please send payment (adding your name and address in the note section) HERE.
The House of Smalls is entirely self-funded aside from cost of postage of artworks to and from the House by exhibiting artists. No commission is taken on sales and all additional monies raised go towards upkeep of the Houses and future projects, website and marketing fees, social media promotions and printing costs etc.
Thank you so much.