The Sweetest Little Thing 2020
The Owens Art Gallery and Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre present:
The Sweetest Little Thing
An online and live auction of small-scale artworks by artists working across Canada and internationally
Live Auction: Friday, 28 February 2020 at 7:30 pm
Owens Art Gallery
Sackville, New Brunswick
Artworks have been received from: Patrick Allaby, Gisele Amantea, Maeve B, Bruce Barber aka @littleharge, Miranda Bellamy, Jet Belliveau, Rémi Belliveau, Rebecca Blankert, Chris Boyne, Hannah Bridger, Braden Chetwynd, Joanna Close, Clara Congdon, Bronwyn Conn, Kaeli Cook, Gabrielle Cormier, Bre Darlison, Tonia Di Risio, Mario Doucette, Peter Dykhuis, Alexandrya Eaton, Erik Edson, Amanda Fauteux, Chris Foster, Izzy Francolini, Evan Furness, Andréanne Godin, Jack Gunner Symonds, Hailey Guzik, Clare Halpine, John Haney, Sabriyya Harvey, Kailey Haws, Ashley Hemmings, Paul Henderson, Robert Hengeveld, Marcia Huyer, Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens, Corey J. Isenor, Jordan Karrys, Lucy Koshan, Anne Koval, Adriana Kuiper, Mathieu Léger, Maureen Levangie, Kamaya Lindquist, Susan Lindsay, Barbara Lounder, Robyn Love, Chloe Lundrigan, Meghan MacCulloch, Dawn MacNutt, Trevor Mahovsky & Rhonda Weppler, Deborah Margo, Brookie Martin, Elizabeth Grace McCrea, John McEwen, C.L. McLaughlin, Olivia McNair, Kevin Melanson, Didier Morelli, Melissa Morris, Mitch Morris, Andrea Mortson, John Murchie, Sarah Noonan, Roula Partheniou, Graeme Patterson, Jon Phinney, Jacob Puffer, Donna Rawlins Sharpe, Mathew Reichertz, Bayonne Rongen, Jerry Ropson, Jon Sasaki & Micah Lexier, Roger Savage, Emily Shaw, Dani ReStack & Sheilah ReStack, Lou Sheppard, Monique Silver, Suzie Smith, Dan Steeves, Angela Thibodeau, Rachel Thornton, Anna Torma, Karen Trask, Stuart Trenholm, Elizabeth Vanderleelie, Indu Varma, Laura Vickerson, Tara K Wells, Stephen Williams, Janice Wright Cheney, Istvan Zsako
All proceeds from this annual fundraising event support ongoing programming at the Owens Art Gallery and Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre
Rachel Thornton, Curator of Digital Engagement
Owens Art Gallery
Mount Allison University
61 York Street
Sackville, NB E4L 1E1
We would like to acknowledge, honour, and pay respect to the traditional owners and custodians (from all four directions) of the land on which we gather. It is upon the unceded, ancestral lands of the Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik Nations that Mount Allison University is built. While this area is known as Sackville, NB, it is part of the greater territory of Mi’kma’ki. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship,” which the Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik first signed with the British Crown in 1725.
The Owens is partially accessible. The stairs from the entrance nearest the University Chapel have a handrail. There is also ramp access at this entrance; however, the ramp is steep. The stairs to the entrance off York Street do not have a handrail. The main floor of the Owens is wheelchair accessible. Our second-floor gallery and cisgender bathrooms are located in the basement and are not accessible. Two flights of stairs lead to each of these floors. The Owens welcomes guide dogs and other service animals. Large print copies of wall labels are available on Kindles for use in the galleries. There are two, reserved, accessible parking spaces on the York Street side of the Gallery and one in the circular driveway adjacent to the Gallery.