Live Shrinking at Paint. Sketch. Print.

Paint. Sketch. Print.

Friday, September 19th. 6-9pm

Crossroads Art Center: 2016 Staples Mill Rd, Richmond, VA 23230

Free to attend!

Many talented Virginia artists have donated art work in a variety of mediums. Proceeds will help increase access and appreciation for the arts, and support the work of an organization that strives to transform lives through therapeutic arts engagement.

Featured at the event will be a raffle for select artwork, live demonstrations by artists and a collaborative piece created by older adults, part of Art on Wheels’ Aging in the Arts program.

Join me there to watch LIVE SHRINKING of guests and supporters.

Preview available, here:

Carytown Bathroom Show Announcement


2007 W. Cary Street (Directly next to World of Mirth) featuring The Best Little Bathroom Show on Cary Street,Thursday, May 8 from 5:30-7:30pm: 

Ollie Buttons by Karen Guard
Meet Ollie Buttons by Karen Guard
Ollie Photo Credit: R•Home Magazine

Meet the real Ollie, made famous with his likeness on a pillow, will make an appearance at Orange in Carytown for their anniversary party.

Shinky Dudes and Lady Shrinks

The Shrinky Dink Portrait List :

  1. Paul Spicer
  2. Kelly Vance
  3. Ryan Smartt
  4. Elizabeth Smartt
  5. Jennifer Lemons
  6. Slash Coleman
  7. Farmer Russell
  8. Tori's Cat Jeff
  9. Alex Nyerges
  10. Valley Haggard
  11. Jennifer Pullinger
  12. Tyler Snidow
  13. Nathan Hughes
  14. Lucy Meade
  15. Maureen Egan
  16. Hash House Harriers
  17. TBA
  18. Thea Brown
  19. Ward Tefft 
  20. Johnny Hugel
  21. Scott Pharr
  22. Kate Hall
  23. Sarah Choi and 2GutsyGirls
  24. Happy the Artist
  25. Trey Hartt
  26. Sarah Roquemore  

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 Questions? Contact: Tiffany Glass Ferreira, 804-852-9151 or


Richmond, Virginia – HandsOn Greater Richmond, The Spark Mill, and artist Tiffany Glass Ferreria present Power of Good, an art show celebrating outstanding local volunteers. This collaborative event is offered to the Richmond region and is a week-long celebration of the power of volunteerism culminating in an art show on April 11, 2014.

Sarah Milston, founder of The Spark Mill, explains the genesis of the Power of Good. “In February, I was honored to be part of local artist Tiffany Ferreira's Shrinky Dink Selfie Campaign. Using social media self-portraits, she created tiny portraits of local Richmonders for display in an art show. Tiffany mentioned that she wanted to host a show in April but did not have a venue. April 5-12 is National Volunteer Week and I had been looking for a fun way to celebrate. By partnering with HandsOn, we found a unique way to honor local volunteers.”

Nominations were solicited from the public from March 4-March 18, and the response to the nomination request was so overwhelming that in addition to Ferreria, many other local artists have agreed to participate in the show including Kim Lee Schmidt who is photographing 20 volunteers. These artists will transform Power of Good recipients into portraits or create art inspired by the theme. All portraits will be gifted to the individual at the conclusion of the event. 

Power of Good is a unique way to shine a spotlight onto the hard work and dedication that volunteers put into our region and its nonprofit organizations in the Richmond area,” said Holly Gordon, Program and Operations Manager for HandsOn Greater Richmond.
Power of Good will take place on Friday, April 11 from 4-7 pm at the Marvin Lang Building located at 1623 West Broad Street in Richmond. This event is open to the public.

For more information about the Power of Good event, please contact Sarah Milston at 804.852.6409

The Spark Mill is a consulting practice located in Richmond, VA. Their work occupies the spaces between creativity, strategy and action and their services are for people and organizations that desire change.
HandsOn Greater Richmond provides a link for individuals, families, teams, and corporate groups to join together and engage in meaningful volunteer opportunities within the Greater Richmond region. They offer unique, fun, and flexible ways for the Richmond community to get connected and involved.

Tiffany Glass Ferreria is an artist, arts educator and arts coordinator and is the illustrator of The Food Allergy Experience.