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Featuring PD Packard's Freestanding Installation of Printed Decorative Papers
March 10 / 1:30 - 4 PM
This exhibition features all new drawings. In the past year Stella has renewed her exploration of color relationships and color saturation, a departure from her last exhibition. These drawings on panels move gently onto new planes.
The constant in her work is the role of process and materials. Methodical, repetitious, and meditative marks are the vocabulary of measurement and probing.
AN EXEMPLAR MODEL
Kristin Balmer, Colleen O'Donnell & Leo Robinson
Opening Reception: Friday, January 5, 5-8 pm
Artists' Talk: Sunday, January 14, 2 pm
Inspired by Broad’s recent artist residency in Iceland, Greater Than Less Than represents a dynamic collaboration with the extremes of nature – ice, wind, and fire – and Iceland’s inhabitants’ strength of spirit. To parallel nature’s impact on the work, concepts are revealed with bold graphic forms. Some pigments were ground from lava rock and other Icelandic minerals. Colors are primary and contrasting.
Saturday, January 6 / 2-4 PM
Fridays + Saturdays 1 – 4
(through January 20)
Saturday, December 9 / 5-8 PM
The Avery Gallery in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania is hosting two notable exhibits. Both shows highlight the work of women artists.
The historical show "American Women Artists-1860-1960-" is a beautiful collection that examines the role that women artists played in the growth of art in America including Mary Cassatt, Lillian Westcott Hale, Margaret Sargent, and others.
In addition, the gallery is showing the work of 9 contemporary artists including Karen Fogarty, Elizabeth Osbourne, Emily Brown, Celia Reisman and others.
Jacqueline Unanue is part of the 3rd Street Gallery POST 2017 member exhibition, running until October 28.
Sunday October 22, 1- 4 pm. 45 N 2nd St | Old City, Philadelphia 19106 | 215 625 0993
Clay monoprinting is my joy and my passion. It is a unique form of image transfer developed by Mitch Lyons, who I am fortunate enough to study with. The printing 'plate' is a clay slab. Color is applied with clay slip to which pigments have been added. Layers of texture using all kinds of materials can be added. The 'paper' is a synthetic interfacing material called Reemay 2470. When placed over the design and hand rubbed with a pony roller, a print from the slab is transferred to the two-dimensional material.
The tribe has gathered again at @HBHQ for Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. We are pleased to have been selected as a featured exhibition. Please join us during POST on Saturday, October 7 / noon - 6 PM or for our evening reception on Sunday.
Reception: Sunday, October 8 / 6 – 8 PM