Artists Phyllis Gorsen and Judy Gelles were surprised to hear that men still tell women to smile. They were shocked with how women were spoken about in this year’s political climate. They were perplexed that beauty phrases from their mothers were still applicable in 2017. Naturally, they decided to do something about it.
In Just a Word – A Conversation with Aubrie Costello, Silk Graffiti Artist & Vendor at Art for the Cash PoorBy: Elizabeth Roan
InLiquid is proud to present our annual summer art sale at the Crane Arts Building, Art for the Cash Poor … See Full Post
InLiquid Artist Member Melinda Steffy is currently showing at The Crane Arts Building in her solo exhibition The Score is … See Full Post
After three decades of gracing the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Lenfest Hall, Marc Chagall’s A Wheatfield on a Summer’s Afternoon has come down and will be leaving Philadelphia for an indefinite amount of time.
The Review Panel Philadelphia is an annual event hosted by Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts. In association with artcritical.com, … See Full Post
Cultural Adaptation – Jennifer Baker’s ‘Portraits of People on the Move’ Accompanies the World Premier of ‘Adapt!’ at the Wilma TheaterBy: Elizabeth Roan
Many of the stories shared in Portraits of People on the Move are incredibly personal and fragile to those who … See Full Post
There is a romantic quality to the work of InLiquid Artist Gillian Pokalo (currently showing at River’s Edge Gallery). With her … See Full Post
Have you ever looked up at the stars and questioned your own existence? Have you ever felt overwhelmed when … See Full Post
We began our conversation with the agreed notion that no one can paint like Jackson Pollock anymore—space wise (studio spaces … See Full Post
Bobby Logue, owner, and founder of Bodhi Coffee—with two locations in Headhouse Square and Washington Square West—sees shared value between … See Full Post