The White Mountains of New Hampshire have been eroding to their present appearance for something like 300 million years. Their immense beauty is bound up in their ages-long face off with the forces of ice and gravity. A number of the paintings on this site are attempts to explore my response to that place and its temporal resonance.
See some of Carol's work from the Centering series - and Carol - for real at the Old City Jewish Art Center's group invitational, Gratitude.
Drop by for First Night
November 7th 5-9pm
Susan Richards, a member of the Philadelphia Dumpster Divers, has work in their show LOST AND FOUND at West Chester University. Her piece "A Case of Parricide in the 19th Century" is part of her series based on salvaged library card catalogue cards. Like most of the materials used by the Dumpster Divers, these cards, artifacts of a bygone era, would literally be trashed if not upcycled into art.
She will also be having a drawing to win an iPhone drawing-a-day.
The Print Center will be representing Rebecca Gilbert this year’s Editions/Artists' Books Fair in New York City!
Damini Celebre will be signing her new book Painting the Landscape of Your Soul: A Journey of Self Discovery. A book that ignites your creative spark and heals your Soul! This event takes place during Philadelphia Open Studio Tours at Heavy Bubble HQ in the Hawthorne neighborhood of South Philadelphia.
TICKETS ARE FREE
We're happy to share the news that three of Stella Untalan's soundings drawings have been selected for inclusion in Creative Tension, a juried exhibition.
Stop in and chat with artist Danielle Bursk on Saturday, September 27th from noon - 4 PM. She will be gallery sitting for the day. Here's your chance to chat with her about her work and it's recent turns.
Just in time for her solo exhibition at 110 CHURCH Danielle Bursk updated her website and we upgraded her to 2.0 Her portfolio website is now mobile ready and uses responsive design.
Check her newest works that are smaller and include hue.
We're happy to announce that artist Carol Philips has relaunched her heavybubble website. There is some fabulous new work. We love her new installation pieces, Entrances. These new entrances investigate the veil.