In tune with the times, the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College has organized All Small, Redux. Each work included is six images at most, or in the case of film, sixty seconds in length. It's all about the new era of scaling down. The tiny work above is Michele Schuff's. Her very small encaustic pieces grew from studying images of water crystals and pondering the meaning of water. ("Encaustic" refers to a painting method in which pigment is mixed with beeswax. )
If you've never visited the Dana Fine Arts building at Agnes Scott, it has a rather magical quality. John Portman designed it in the 1960s and it could be described as a modern riff on the school's existing Gothic-inspired architecture. When sunlight filters through the two-story brick screen that fronts the building, it is beautiful. All Small runs through March 22.
Images of Dana are via the Historic Campus Architecture Project