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3rd Street Gallery Invitational : Caroline Furr, Sue Mckee, and Stella Untalan

Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Sunday, January 30, 2011

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.

Artist Reception
Sunday, January 9
1 — 3 pm

3rd Street Gallery
58 N. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Artist Conversation with Carol Philips

Leafy Dwelling by Carol Philips
Artist Conversation
Saturday, December 18, 2010

Join us for a warm, cozy, and casual conversation with artist Carol Philips. She'll discuss her process of making art with paint and found materials.  She'll be bringing some framed and unframed work for sale including embellished prints for under $20. Sit on the green sofa and chat.

Hot spiced drinks and baked yummies!

110 CHURCH | g a l l e r y

Cynthia Groya, Pulling Paint

Primordial Soup (Panel One: Suggestion) by Cynthia Groya
Friday, November 5, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010

Cynthia Groya’s new Acrylic Abstractions and Large Mixed Media Oil Paintings of Ancient Greek and Contemporary New York Calligraphic Currents. Groya, who exhibits widely and taught for years in Yardley, devised a method of applying pigment to canvas that does not rely on brushes. Instead, she uses small rectangles of matte board to produce painterly effects. She calls this pulling paint, hence the title of her show.


Gallery Talk
Friday, November 12, 2010
5:30 pm


from Muse Gallery

Found But No Less Valued, new work by Marjorie Grigonis and Katherine Kurtz

Thirst by Marjorie Grigonis
Friday, November 5, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010

New work by Marjorie Grigonis and Katherine Kurtz at The Knapp Gallery.

Marjorie Grigonis presents her new mixed media work on found mylar, discarded by an architectural firm. The original drawings were varied and abstract, informing the finished pieces. She has allowed much of the underlying work remain.

Katherine Kurtz shows new paintings which continue an exploration of the process. Layers of paint applied, scratched, and manipulated with scratching tools.


Artists reception
Sunday, November 7
1 - 4 pm


Gifts From Mother Earth, Betty Leacraft

Monday, October 18, 2010
Friday, October 29, 2010

Celebrate Gifts From Mother Earth, an installation by Philadelphia fiber artist Betty Leacraft.

The installation documents her project that brought together community members to share personal stories about folk remedies, raise awareness of shared cultural connections, and create art. Bringing together her interest in traditional gardening with her artistry in textiles, Betty conducted a series of workshops this past spring with members of the community and young students from The Spring School Of The Arts.

Fabrications / Carol Wisker

marilyn, aluminum mesh on wood
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Sunday, October 31, 2010

Sculpture and Fiber Works: Repurposed textiles, wood and objects

Third street Gallery on Second Street

First Friday Reception:
October 1, 5 – 9 pm

Artist’s Reception:
Friday, October 8, 5 – 9pm

Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday noon – 5pm

Songlines at PointB Studio with artist Stella Untalan

a small ripple by Stella Untalan
Saturday, September 4, 2010
Thursday, September 30, 2010

The second exhibit in the Art in the Information Age series, Songlines, opens September 4 at Point.B Studio in Port Orford, Oregon. In traditional aboriginal culture, songlines are paths followed by a knowledgeable person (or "creator-spirit") who navigates the land by repeating the words of the song chanting the location of landmarks, waterholes, and other natural phenomena.

Scapes and Circumspections : Carol Wisker and Howard Brunner

primal by Howard Brunner
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Monday, June 7, 2010

Abstract artists Carol Wisker and Howard Brunner will present new paintings and new digital prints at the Smile Gallery.
This show is the couple’s first exhibition together as well as Brunner’s return to creating images generated from his inner vision.  Howard, who is well known for his abstract urban photography, says of his latest work: ”In my photography work I go looking for pertinent visual experiences while in this new body of work I can build internal experiences that are hopefully moving and emotionally engaging”.



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