EASTON — Studio B Art Gallery is holding a special gallery exhibit, “Small Treasures of Art,” throughout the 2021 holiday season.

The featured masterpieces are big on details and beauty, but smaller than the traditional wall art found in the gallery. These pieces, made by the gallery’s artists specifically for this event, make the perfect gift for loved ones.

Come see a sneak peek of select exhibit art during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and shopping weekend. Studio B Art gallery will be open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 26-28. Support the gallery for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Artists Sunday.

A holiday themed reception will be held on Dec. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m. during the final First Friday Gallery Walk of the 2021 season. The public is invited to stop by and enjoy all the “Small Treasures” featured at the gallery and get a chance to speak with some of the artists that painted them.

“As the holidays approach, we all look for that special gift for our friends and family,” Studio B Art Gallery owner Betty Huang said. “What better way to show your appreciation to those in your life than with a one-of-a-kind piece of art? These are more than stocking stuffers, these are gifts they will treasure for a lifetime.”

Visit www.studiobartgallery.com for information on the gallery, and its events and artists. Visitors will find artwork in all shapes and sizes. To arrange a private or group gallery showing, email betty@studiobartgallery.com or call 443-988-1818.

“It’s the perfect time of year to explore downtown Easton,” Huang said. “Bring your family to town to enjoy the holidays, and stop by the gallery to see all the art our artists made in 2021.”

Studio B Art Gallery is located at 7 B Goldsborough St. in historic downtown Easton.

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