Jane Deering Gallery
January - April, 2017, Jane Deering Gallery @ 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester on Cape Ann, Massachusetts will host a series of PopUp exhibitions by independent curators and artists.

Opening January 14, 2017:
Miniscularity | It's Better to Know Little : Ken Riaf Constructions
Curated by Ken Riaf

Ken Riaf’s miniature mixed media assemblages come in weathered wooden boxes and set human figures in ironic, heroic and sometimes, comic situations. The re-imagined worlds, shaped and repurposed from throw-away objects, explore power and place, law and justice, the personal and interpersonal.

The assemblages have been featured in The Boston Globe, The Peabody Essex Museum, and galleries including: Flatrocks Gallery, Side Street Gallery, Trident Gallery, Zephyr Art Gallery, and the Law & Water Gallery.

Ken Riaf is an attorney in general practice in Gloucester, Massachusetts. He has worked as commercial fisherman and longshoreman, and as a visiting professor teaching law in literature and film at Endicott College and Business Law at Salem State University. His film work in collaboration with Producer and Director Henry Ferrini, has been shown at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as well as broadcast and screened here and abroad. Riaf is Director of Law & Water Gallery, Gloucester.

other artists in the exhibition include
Rocky Delforge . Kathleen George . Jeffrey Marshall . Jon Sarkin

Miniscularity will be on view Saturdays & Sundays 12noon - 5pm
January 14 & 15
January 21 & 22
January 28 & 29

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