Tucked under tunnels and nestled in public parks are numerous miniature doorways, tiny installations constructed with stoops, welcome mats, and even tinier canine doorways. The Atlanta-based works are part of artist Karen Anderson’s Tiny Doorways ATL, an paintings mission that objectives to convey somewhat little bit of curiosity and marvel to the city’s inhabitants.
The enterprise began within the summertime of 2014, and since its launch has put in 12 six-inch doorways all by means of Atlanta. To take care of with Tiny Doorways ATL’s mission of being dedicated to free and accessible paintings, a digital map found on the enterprise’s website online serves as a info to each door’s location.
For each new door Anderson hosts a miniature ribbon-decreasing ceremony, a way to present the work to most of the people, whereas moreover connecting group members and followers of the miniature works. “I actually just like the potential for paintings to assemble neighborhood,” Anderson instructed Instagram’s weblog. “And I notably love how impactful that paintings may be when it’s free, public and accessible to everyone.”