Bubble artists, Jean Burdick, Arlene Gale Milgram and Judy Tobie are in a group show at the Pennington School's Silva Gallery in Pennington, NJ. The exhibition 5: five artists, five visions, will run from March 25 through April 25, 2014. The opening is April 11, 2014 from 6 to 8:00 P.M.
TJ Walsh is featured in the Spring Issue of FIG West Chester.
TJ Walsh (b. 1985) is a: Painter, Curator, Creative Strategist & Catalyst. He received his BFA Graphic Design/Painting, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. TJ is currently obtaining his MA in Counseling Psychology at Eastern University.
TJ's work as a painter has garnered acclaim at home in the Philadelphia region as well as across the country and overseas. He has a very active painting studio in Media-Aston, PA.
Please join Philadelphia Stories at the historic Philadelphia Girls Rowing Club for an afternoon of food, drink and entertainment to celebrate the release of Extraordinary Gifts, a book inspired by women from the Delaware Valley who have changed the world.
Included in this book are such women of note as Marian Anderson, Louisa May Alcott, Margaret Mead, Alice Neel, Mary Cassatt and Ruth Robinhold, who founded the Philadelphia Girls' Rowing Club in 1938.
Donna Quinn's painting, Best Laid Plans, is included in Moore College of Art & Design's Annual Alumni Exhibition. The show features over 125 recent works by Moore alumni who were challenged to interpret the concept of “small”. The exhibit reflects the notion that small can be a literal or an abstract idea that may refer to magnitude, quantity, scope, age, force or status as well as numerous other implications.
Ana Vizcarra Rankin's Starlights are night-lights featuring celestial maps. They incorporate works on paper, celestial cartography, sculptural and technological elements, with an emphasis on environmental sustainability. For Art in the Open, Ana will create a new generation of solar-powered indoor/outdoor starlights specific to the 2014 Philadelphia night sky.
Opening Reception: Friday January 10, 2014, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The void that Binds refers to the origin of the map drawings and talismans in the form of sketches on paper and small bits of fabric as well as collected natural geometries and textures such as coral, stones and bones. The trajectory of the gaze across the plane upon which las tapas are displayed, as well as the lines of sight created by the viewfinder objects among the large map drawings, becomes the void that binds.
This exhibition features work by two contemporary printmakers who seamlessly blend deep connections to the history of the medium while pushing its boundaries into the new and experimental.
Reception: January 8, 5-7 pm
Artists and designers today are finding innovative and surprising ways to combine the fields of fashion, environmentalism, ecology, and art. For this exhibition, creatives were invited to submit works that address the issues of sustainability and eco-consciousness in the context of fashion and wearable art. Artwork, garments, and designs could be created from sustainable materials, address sustainability as a practice, challenge our definition of fashion itself, and/or present wearable eco-friendly works.
Main Line Art Center presents the Professional Artist Members Exhibition, featuring works by a selection of its 2014 Professional Artist Members.
Juried by Sharon Ewing, Director of Gross McCleaf Gallery and Shawn Murray, Owner of Twenty-Two Gallery, the exhibition includes a variety of media and styles.
Join us for the Opening Reception on Friday, January 10 from 6 to 8 pm to mingle with the artists and purchase unique works of art.