The Little Things

18 Artworks

Recognizing everyday moments, like the morning light shining through the window or reading in your favorite spot. A collection of visual stories that celebrate life at home.

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Green Tips by Jessica Haye & Clark Hsiao
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A Picture and A Light by Adrian Kay Wong
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Give Me A Smile by Liesl Pfeffer
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Sounds of Rain by Misato Suzuki
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Of Paradise No. 5 by Chloe Fields
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Long Grass 2 by Josie Stevenson
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Seeds of anger can't be left unattended by Xochi Solis
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Sketchbook (12.15.11) by Ryan James MacFarland
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Monument by RF. Alvarez
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92 by Kayla Plosz Antiel
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Mano by Rachel Levit Ruiz
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The beauty of the alcove by Ferris McGuinty
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Just One More Hour of One More Day by Adrian Kay Wong
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Large Double Vase by Luke Forsyth
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Shared Space by Jessica Simorte
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Hero by Jessica Haye & Clark Hsiao
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Cluck by William Luz
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Pomona, CA by Sinziana Velicescu

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