Máscara (Mask), is a juried exhibition exploring the contemporary use of the mask. More than 25 artists will be featured, with works in a variety of media, including drawing, mixed media, painting, photography, print, sculpture and video. Everyone wears a mask, whether literally or figurative. What are we trying to hide or reveal? Ancient man used the altered human form to represent the mysteries of his world. Shaman or medicine men wear body paint or crafted objects to transform themselves into forms from the spirit world.
September 30 - October 29 2011
Friday September 30 (6-9 PM)
Nichols Berg Gallery
8611 Germantown Avenue
Chestnut Hill Philadelphia PA 19118
Reception July 31, 2-6 pm
Poetry Readings at opening by Suppose An Eyes
Be part of the event: wear black and/or white!
Len Cowgill places his drawings in boxes and bottles and surrounds them with writing and found objects. “My work is about containment. I explore some facet of the human condition in a drawing and box it up or put it in a bottle. I create a stage for the drawings and invite the audience to get close, look at and touch it. It becomes an experience shared, a story that’s been told; perhaps not the story I had in mind.”
Reception: Friday, July 22, 2011
5 to 8 pm
Santa Cruz Art Center
1001 Center Street, Santa Cruz
Wed – Sun
11am to 7pm
Art in the Open (AiO) is a citywide event that celebrates artists, their inspirations for creating art, and their relationships with the urban environment. Inspired by, but re-framing, the tradition of painting en plein air, a juried selection of artists working in a variety of media will create art outside, on-site over the four-day period of June 9-12, 2011 along the banks of the tidal Schuylkill River - from the historic Fairmont Park Water Works and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, south to landmark Bartram's Garden.
Philadelphia Artists’ Books Travel to Venice
Delaware Valley Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers Members’ Exhibition
Lesley Mitchell’s At the Milonga unfolds in myriad ways to reveal a Buenos Aires dance hall with musicians and dancers, and as the wings of the book open and the folds simultaneously tumble towards the viewer, the perspective brings the heads of joyful or serious participants right up to my face. Surely, I am the dancer next to the couple in front. I feel their breath. I hear the music...
Visual & Performing Arts Center
817 South High Street
West Chester, PA 19383
Monday~Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
Photographed From the Back Seat of a Small Plane
March 31-April 30, 2011
Friday, April 1, 5-7pm
Gross McCleaf Gallery
127 S. 16th St
Philadelphia PA 19102
Three Philadelphia artists with Heavy Bubble websites have been invited to exhibit in the 2011 Invitational. Paintings by Caroline Furr and Sue Mckee, mixed media drawings by Stella Untalan. Stop by to see their work.
Sunday, January 9
1 — 3 pm
3rd Street Gallery
58 N. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106