The Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation’s largest show for the new season happens to feature its tiniest pieces. The eighth annual Georgia Small Works Exhibit, juried by Rebecca Brantley of the Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art at Piedmont College, includes two- and three-dimensional artwork that sizes under 14 inches in all directions. “Roy Ward: Watercolors and Woodblock Prints” features landscape paintings and relief prints of flowers and animals by the local artist, who died in 2014. In “Southern Breezes: Visions of Another Era,” another local, Ann Breedlove Powers, shares work inspired by gardens and homes. The exhibitions will remain on view through Friday, Nov. 3.
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