Elyce Abrams, Margery Amdur, Jerry Bennett, Mathew Borgen, Linda Brenner, Kaitlyn Dunphy, Bruce Garrity, Sutton Hays, Nina Hopen Klein, Neil Marcello, Michael Morgan, Thomas Miles, Paul Rappoport, Scott Schultheis, R. Williwm Waite, and Carla Weeks.
Participating artists for POST West: Bobbie Adams, Bill Brookover, Bettina Clowney, Carol Cole, Genevieve Coutroubis, Constance Culpepper, Dora Ficher, Linda Dubin Garfield, Lyn Godley, Melissa Maddonni Haims, Erica Harney, Sandi Neiman Lovitz, Leah Macdonald, Gina Michaels, Donna Quinn, Clarissa Shanahan, and Melinda Steffy.
Participating artists for POST East: Bobbie Adams, Gina Altadonna, Jaime Alvarez, Andrea Caldarise, Henry Bermudez, Justin Bursk, Paula Cahill, Zoe Cohen, Shaina Craft, Constance Culpepper, Patricia Dusman, Linda Dubin Garfield, Barbara Gesshel, Phyllis Gorsen, Erica Harney, Melissa Maddonni Haims, Dianne Koppisch Hricko, Rebecca Jacoby, Michele C. Kishita, Diane Lachman, Jude Lang, Sandi Neiman Lovitz, Emily Brett Lukens, Marilyn MacGregor, Michelle Marcuse, Donna Quinn, and Kristin Schattenfield-Rein.
Rachel Citrino will participate in this year’s Dear Fleisher, First Look Party and art sale at the Fleisher Art Memorial November 18 and 20. She will be available for gallery visits for her works in Six at the Da Vinci Art Alliance Wednesday evenings in October from 6 – 8 pm.
Susan Abrams has work in both The National Alternative Process Competition Show and the Penumbra Foundation Juried Members Exhibition. Both exhibits are up concurrently at Soho Photo Gallery November 2 – 26, with an artist reception Tuesday, November 1 from 6 – 8 pm.
Jacqueline Unanue has been featured in Cleaver Magazine Issue 15 and in Al Dia News for her exhibition Journeys: Catalonia & Euskadi at St Asaph Gallery. The exhibition will be ongoing until October 16. Her artwork titled “Valle del Elqui” will be hung in the recently inaugurated New Corona Mistral School Campus, named for Chilean Nobel laureate Gabriela Mistral, in Queens, New York.
Sandi Neiman Lovitz will be participating in the County Studio Tour October 15 – 16. She will participate in two ARTsisters group shows: VISIONARY, an ARTsisters group show running October 5 – November 9 with a reception Sunday, October 9, and e.scapes: by land, by sea, by air at the Siegel JCC ArtSpace October – November. Her work will also appear in the two-person show, RAPTURE OF SPACE at Boston Street Gallery, running October 27 – December 10 with a reception October 29, and in the Whitaker Abstractly Speaking Exhibition group show at the Whitaker Center for the Arts and Sciences November 11 – January 5, 2017.
Jay Walker will take part in the 2016 Tape Art Convention and Exhibit in Berlin October 8 – November 5. He has been featured on the cover of The Seen Journal and on the cover of Jaffrey Clark’s new serialized book, The Nobleman. Along with the Nobleman cover, each week there will be a new chapter released featuring a new drawing.
Linda Dubin Garfield will participate in the ARTsisters group show: VISIONARY, running October 5 – November 9 with a reception Sunday, October 9. In addition, Garfield will be participating in the Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) POST featured exhibit at City Hall from October 8 – December 2.
Gillian Polako will be teaching several classes on screenprinting this fall at the Main Line Art Center: Photo Into Print September 28 – October 26, Claytography October 13 – December 8, and Visual Rock’n’Roll: Intro Screen Print November 9 – December 7.
Melissa Maddonni Haims will be teaching two workshops and lecturing at The Abington Art Center on September 20. She will offer a yarnbombing workshop leading up to her show Between the Threads at the Rowan University Gallery. She will participate in the Chestnut Hill Fall For The Arts Festival in the Makers Village on Southampton, September 25.
Gillian Polako‘s work will be at the Lansdowne Art Fest on September 11, Go West Craft Fest October 2, Clover Market October 23 and November 6, A Bit of the Arts November 25 and 26, and the Main Line Art Center Holiday Craft Market December 13-15.
Joseph Opshinsky’s cut paper collage, Jack-in-the-Pulpit has been selected for the 49th Annual Art of the State at The State Museum of Pennsylvania and will be on display through September 11, 2016.
Veronica Cianfrano‘s work can be seen in two Fringe Festival events this year: in her show For Crying Out Loud and at the CRUXspace, opening September 9. She will also participate in the CAMD Faculty Exhibition at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts, with a reception October 17. Her video projection We See The Stars opens December 1 at the Delaware Center For Contemporary Art.
Jennifer Lipman-Bartel will contribute two works to The Nude Figure at The Wayne Art Center, running October 16 – November 19. She will attend the 2016 Glass Auction Gala on September 24.
Miriam Singer‘s work will appear in in the upcoming show Reinterpreting Landscape and Nature hosted at Stanek Gallery and sponsored by InLiquid. The show opens September 9. Her temporary mural at Elixr Coffee Roasters, 207 S. Sydenham Street, Philadelphia, will be on view through September 18, 2016. She has a new mural up at 1016 Buttonwood St., Philadelphia, which will have its opening reception at 990 Spring Garden, October 8. She was recently interviewed by Zoe Cohenon at Title Magazine.
Rebecca Jacoby will have several new paintings and drawings will be in the upcoming show Reinterpreting Landscape and Nature hosted at Stanek Gallery and sponsored by InLiquid. The show opens September 9. She will be selling drawings and works on paper at the Tyler Art Market on September 23.
Mary Powers Holt has been awarded second prize in the Art on Avenue of the States juried Landscape and Photography show.
Sandra Benhaim‘s work will be featured in two upcoming exhibitions: The 2016 Absolutely Abstract Juried Show at the Philadelphia Sketch Club running September 2 – 24 with a reception Sunday, September 11 and the NAWA’s 127th Annual Members Exhibition at the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery running August 30 – September 22 with a reception September 15. Additionally, she will have seven paintings on display in Abstract Encounters II at Rowan College, on view September 21 – October 28.
Michel Delgado has won the Best of Mansail award at the Mansail Art Festival in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Michele C. Kishita has launched a new business: Michele Kishita Writing. Michele will provide services that help artists to have greater impact and to generate excitement in galleries, professional programs and potential buyers.
Kathryn Pannepacker’s the Healing Blanket Project was on display at The Memorial in the BKG Funeral Home, where participants of the project honored victims of homicide by placing pictures of loved ones for the memorial.
PD Packard will be teaching her process of Printing Decorative Papers with Akua Inks + Box Art in Brooklyn, NY. October 29 – 20, 2016 (Sat/Sun), 10 am – 4 pm. For workshop registration & info, click here.
Mark Havens published Out of Season: The Vanishing Architecture of the Wildwoods, a new photography book about the unique architecture of Wildwood hotels.
Nancy E.F. Halbert has been selected to exhibit her paintings in a solo show at Pennswood Art Gallery, in Newtown, Pa, scheduled for September – November 2017.
Cheryl Harper’s piece, Hillary Bride Doll, is on display at the exhibition, Heads of State, located at the Hamilton Street Gallery in Bound Brook, New Jersey through October 27, 2016.
This page was last updated on September 30, 2016
September 2 – November 1 at the About the Art Gallery Space: Driven to Abstraction, with work by Donna Sensor Thomas. Opening Receptions, September 10 and October 8, 1 – 4pm. 137 High Street, Mount Holly, NJ.
September 11 – November 27 at 20*20 HOUSE Gallery: Elisabeth Nickles: Work from Nepal, with work by Elisabeth Nickles. Opening Reception, Sunday, September 11, 5 – 7pm. 20 Landsdowne Court, Landsdowne, PA.
September 16 – October 14 at the Oxford Arts Alliance: 2016 National Juried Show, with work by Mary Powers Holt. Opening Reception, Friday, September 16 from 5-8 pm. Gallery Talk and Awards Presentation, Sunday, September 18 at 2pm. 38 South Third Street, Oxford PA.
September 16 – October 21 at Art Institute & Gallery: 23rd National Juried Exhibition “Tradition & Innovation,” with work by Jack Knight. The Gallery Building. 212 West Main Street, Suite 101, Salisbury, MD.
October 28 – November 26 at Maryland Federation of Art: Strokes of Genius, with works by Mary Powers Holt and Kathleen Shaver. Opening reception Sunday, November 6, 3 – 5 pm. Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis, MD.
November 1 – December 10 at Lamont Gallery: 2016, State of Mind, Boston Printmakers, with work by PD Packard. Opening reception, Friday, November 4, 5 – 7pm. Phillips Exeter Academy, 20 Main Street, Exeter, NH.
November 4 – November 29 at The Great Frame Up: solo show, with work by Sandi Neiman Lovitz. Opening reception, Friday, November 4, 5 – 8 pm. 302 West Lancaster Ave. Wayne, PA.
November 14 – January 7, 2017 at Rowan University: Between the Threads, with work by Melissa Maddonni Haims. Opening reception, Thursday, November 17, 6 – 8pm. Rowan University Gallery, 301 West High St, Glassboro, NJ.