In Alumni, Department of Art, Exhibitions

McKay Lenker Bayer’s Tiny Art Show in the Harold B. Lee Library. (Bradley Slade)

The Harold B. Lee Library had some unusual visitors in October. Just inside the east doorways, miniature patrons admired postage stamp–sized art in one of alumna McKay Lenker Bayer’s (BA ’18) latest Tiny Art Shows.

She held her first back in 2016 for a BYU art class, hanging self-made bitty art a few inches off the ground on Provo’s Center Street. Bayer added the final touches—a tiny spotlight and magnifying glass—and staked out a spot to watch.

“I was amazed by the reaction—people squealed with joy, even lay down on the dirty sidewalk to get a good look,” says Bayer.

See the full article by Lauren K. Lethbridge at magazine.byu.edu.

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