The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation will host its sixth annual Georgia Small Works Exhibit, premiering with a public reception. The multimedia exhibition, juried by retired UGA art professor William Johansen, features 2D and 3D works that are 14 inches or smaller in all directions. The exhibition typically features close to 100 emerging and established Georgia artists. The reception will also premiere an exhibition by Watkinsville-based watercolor artist Kie Johnson. Johnson’s art is inspired by her experiences in nature, expressed through figures in a landscape or a honeybee on a flower. Her imaginative compositions function on contrasting textures and light achieved through layering. Both exhibitions will be on display through Friday, Nov. 13.
6–8 p.m. FREE! ocaf.com
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