Danielle Bursk's art is about accumulation and connection, concentrating primarily in drawing/painting and performance/video. She is known for her large-scale abstract ink drawings. Her work is primarily abstract and incremental; the accumulation of many small lines creating abstract forms that are suggestive of objects or landscapes. She relates her drawings to many things: nests, networks, webs, traps, nets, hair, vines, space, maps and more. Danielle's work speaks to the inter-connectivity of actions and associations.
Justin Bursk’s works are blatantly, playfully homemade. His work is the work of a tinkerer, exploring through doing. Where Price is rapid-fire crisp, and Manuse slow and poetic, Bursk is improvisatory, a series of “what-if” scenarios played out on his visual stage.
Also in this show Mark Price, Joe Manuse
Mount Airy Contemporary’s programming has focused on providing low key, high quality art experiences in an informal residential setting to northwest Philadelphia audiences.
Gallery Hours: By Appointment
Elemental Iteration is a two-‐person exhibition featuring works on paper by Lori Spencer and Rebecca Gilbert. The exhibition centers on a collaborative ensemble of prints that employs, as its instigators, the elements earth, water, fire, and air. These elements are explored through a receive-‐and-‐respond process between the two artists, with printmaking at its core.
Damini Celebre's year long project Turnings has been selected for the New Hampshire Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art exhibition entitled: Force of Nature: Exploring the Power of the Feminine. The exhibition will open on July 6, 2015 at the Karl Drerup Art Gallery and Silver Center for the Arts located on the campus of Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Explorer in His Wilderness is a group show of woodcut prints from the C.R. Ettinger Studio archives, invited artists from the Philadelphia printmaking community and the personal collection of Cindi Ettinger. The invited artists are Matthew Colaizzo, Jeff Dentz, Rebecca Gilbert and Christopher Hartshorne. The artists from the studio are David Fertig, Robert Keyser, and Sarah McEneaney.
Works by German artists Eva Pietzcker and Miriam Zegrer are also included.
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Please join the Friends of the Print & Picture Collection for an exhibition tour, led by Judith Tannenbaum, curator of Word & Image: Contemporary Artists Connect to Fraktur. Word & Image is an exhibition which reinterprets and reframes traditional fraktur through a contemporary lens. Word & Image features the work of seven international artists: Marian Bantjes (Canada), Anthony Campuzano (United States), Imran Qureshi (Pakistan), Elaine Reichek (United States), Bob and Roberta Smith (United Kingdom), and Gert and Uwe Tobias (Romania/Germany).
Ever wanted to make your own prints?
Learn easy ways to make prints in class and at home. You’ll use easy and safe printing techniques that are non-toxic and water-based. I’ll show you simple techniques you can continue at home on your own kitchen table. You’ll learn simple printing methods that will express your artistic creativity. You’ll see lots of examples of prints by well-known artists as well as previous student work. We’ll look at our work and learn from each other in a welcoming community environment. You’ll learn to
Stella Untalan will be showing a pair of her walnut missives drawings in Arbitrary Relevance a group show in the new gallery Ground Floor. The inaugural exhibition will present a tidy pile of small works by artists who work in 1241 Carpenter.
We are pleased to announce a two person show of photography, collage and mixed media work by a mother, Rosalind Bloom and daughter, Sarah Bloom each exploring in her own way the transformation of something old into something new through art.
Saturday, April 11, 4-7pm
Saturday and Sunday 12-6
and by appointment.
Gallery closed Easter Sunday.
WHYY-TV Program Features Extraordinary Women from the Philadelphia Area book.
In 2013 Lesley Mitchell was invited by Melissa Tevere, the art editor of Philadelphia Stories, to make a piece inspired by Marian Anderson the opera singer. The result was her painting Marian Anderson of Philadelphia, which was included in the book Extraordinary Gifts: Remarkable Women of the Delaware Valley, published by Philadelphia Stories the following year.