POWELL, Wyoming — The 35th annual “4X4 Exhibit and Sale” at the Northwest Gallery opens Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m.
The sale is a perennially popular one because it gives campus and community art aficionados an opportunity to buy artworks and Christmas gifts at lower-than-usual-prices. In keeping with tradition, the doors remain locked until exactly 7 p.m. when crowds rush the gallery to get first chance at the diminutive art created by Northwest College faculty, staff and students.
Works submitted for the mixed-media show can be no larger than 16 square inches in two-dimensional form and 64 cubic inches in three-dimensional work.
Prices follow a mathematical equation using the number four. All works are priced at $8, $12 and $16 – four added to itself and multiplied by itself.
The usual cookies, coffee and punch will be offered, giving artists and patrons an opportunity to compare and admire their works and purchases.
The show hangs through Wednesday, Dec. 14, at Northwest Gallery, located in the Cabre Building on the NWC campus in Powell. The gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and Thursday evenings from 7-9 p.m.