September 28 - October 19, 2014
Masterpiece Pizzas, Drawings by Pacifico Palumbo

June 21 - August 31, 2014
50 Years of Drawings, by Glenn Ridler

September 28 - October 28, 2013
New and Rarely Shown Work/Tubes,by Glenn Ridler

June 8- July 16, 2013
Into The Shade, Artwork by Deborah Baronas

June 16 - October 28, 2012 Heavy Metal, by Glenn Ridler
Sculpture and Three Dimensional Drawings.

2011 - Closed for private event

September 16 - October 28, 2011
The Bridge of Flowers, This juried show highlighted how painters have been inspired by the Bridge.  Fourteen artists offered their interpretation of the beautiful and famous Shelburne Falls horticultural attraction.  First Prize was awarded to Frederick Burrington, Second Prize was awarded to Harry Ruddock III.

June 5 -July 31, 2010                                                                                            Paintings of the Female Figure, by Pacifico (Tony) Palumbo

August 7 - September 12, 2009
Paintings, Drawing Closer to Nature by Peter London

June 7 - October 31, 2009
a Chronicle: Laying the foundation of the House, The Erection by Glenn Ridler

September 20 - October 31, 2008
Wire Sculpture Installation and Paintings, Open House by Glenn Ridler

August 2, 2008 - September 14, 2008
Paintings, Forcefields by Sarah Gott

June 2, 2008 - July 17, 2008
Paintings and home furnishings, Leaving Home by Deborah Baronas

June 2, 2007 - July 14, 2008
Wire Sculptures and Paintings, Season Opening Show by Glenn Ridler

July 20, 2007 - September 30, 2007
Paintings, Drawing Closer to Nature by Peter London

August 19, 2006 - October 31, 2006
Wire sculptures, Gallery Grand Opening  and Introduction of DaMuse by Glenn Ridler

Little Big House Gallery • 323 Patten Road, Shelburne, MA • 413-625-6697PAST EXHIBITIONS

September 28 - October 19, 2014
Masterpiece Pizzas, Drawings by Pacifico Palumbo

June 21 - August 31, 2014
50 Years of Drawings, by Glenn Ridler

September 28 - October 28, 2013
New and Rarely Shown Work/Tubes,by Glenn Ridler

June 8- July 16, 2013
Into The Shade, Artwork by Deborah Baronas

June 16 - October 28, 2012 Heavy Metal, by Glenn Ridler
Sculpture and Three Dimensional Drawings.

2011 - Closed for private event

September 16 - October 28, 2011
The Bridge of Flowers, This juried show highlighted how painters have been inspired by the Bridge.  Fourteen artists offered their interpretation of the beautiful and famous Shelburne Falls horticultural attraction.  First Prize was awarded to Frederick Burrington, Second Prize was awarded to Harry Ruddock III.

June 5 -July 31, 2010                                                                                            Paintings of the Female Figure, by Pacifico (Tony) Palumbo

August 7 - September 12, 2009
Paintings, Drawing Closer to Nature by Peter London

June 7 - October 31, 2009
a Chronicle: Laying the foundation of the House, The Erection by Glenn Ridler

September 20 - October 31, 2008
Wire Sculpture Installation and Paintings, Open House by Glenn Ridler

August 2, 2008 - September 14, 2008
Paintings, Forcefields by Sarah Gott

June 2, 2008 - July 17, 2008
Paintings and home furnishings, Leaving Home by Deborah Baronas

June 2, 2007 - July 14, 2008
Wire Sculptures and Paintings, Season Opening Show by Glenn Ridler

July 20, 2007 - September 30, 2007
Paintings, Drawing Closer to Nature by Peter London

August 19, 2006 - October 31, 2006
Wire sculptures, Gallery Grand Opening  and Introduction of DaMuse by Glenn Ridler

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PAST EXHIBITIONS

Little Big House was designed and built as a work of art to be lived in. Using primary colors and an irreducible image, it contains an Art Gallery to exhibit the work of its creator, Glenn Ridler, and other artists chosen for their inventiveness and skill.


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Little Big House Gallery                                     Copyright 2015                                            Christine Baronas

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Little Big House was designed and built as a work of art to be lived in. Using primary colors and an irreducible image, it contains an Art Gallery to exhibit the work of its creator, Glenn Ridler, and other artists chosen for their inventiveness and skill.