InLiquid is a fully rounded community — not only of artists, but of everyone who appreciates the importance of art as an integral part of our lives. We are committed to remaining a free, open resource for the public to view and learn about contemporary art, and an affordable way for visual artists to bring their work to a worldwide audience. But none of this can be accomplished without support from our community.

We extend our thanks to the individuals and organizations who have extended their financial support to InLiquid.


General operating support provided, in part, by the
Philadelphia Cultural Fund


806 Capital
Allegiance Bank
BLICK art materials
Dane Decor
Feast Your Eyes Catering
Francis Cauffman Foley Hoffmann Architects, Ltd.
Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation / Uwishunu
Grasso Holdings, LP
Hyperion Bank
JDT International
Klehr, Harrison, Harvey, Bransburg & Ellers LLP
Miles & Generalis Inc. GO Real Estate
Miller, Alfano and Raspanti, PC
Monster Cable
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Philadelphia Park Casino
Philadelphia Private Bank
Red Bull USA
Surveillance Data, Inc.
Tierney Communications
Wallace & Legome, LLC
With Art Philadelphia
wendyhmeyer marketing
Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen LLP


Barbara B. & Theodore R. Aronson
Leslie Atik
Bruce J. Babij
Reginald Banks
Michael Berger
Marianne Bernstein
Deborah Branden
Marc G. Brecher, Esq.
Martin Brigham
Rachel Brody
Amanda & Charles Burch
Linda Aversa Caldwell & Donald R. Caldwell
Ralph Citino
Susan Coote
Abbie & Patrick Dean
Andrew Fisher
Linda Gloss
James Gutglass
Mary Haas
Prince Halloway
Charles P. Hehmeyer, Esq.
Jeffrey Holder
Elisabeth Kalogris
James Michael Kelley III
John A. Lancione
Pamela Levy
Jim Lonsdale
Kat Martineau
Gregory Murphy
Steven E. Pegalis
Allen Presser
Franz Rabauer & Brian Daggett
Stephen E. Raynes, Esq.
Pam Regan
Cynthia Reid
Brad Richards
Joseph & Donna Rosato
Vesna & Howard Sacks
Sabrina Sacks Mann
James Savitt
Pam & Brook Smith
Elizabeth Solms
Bert & Lynne Strieb
Tamaqua Foundation
Aimee Thrasher-Hanson
John Wind
Dianne Zimmerman
Marguerite Rodgers, Ltd.
Monster, Inc.
Scarlett Alley
Studio Z
Sundance Channel

Government and Foundation

Arete Foundation
Barra Foundation
City of Philadelphia Department of Commerce
Claneil Foundation
Katherine Alexandra Foundation
Penn Treaty Special Services District
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative
Samuel Fels Fund
Violette de Mazia Foundation

In-Kind Gifts

Aden Restaurant
Antoine Armani Chocolates
Art in the Age/ Quaker City Mercantile
Ash’s Flower Farm
Barefoot Wine & Bubbly
Bredenbeck’s Bakery & Ice Cream Parlor
Bridgewater’s Pub
Callahan Catering
Capital Wine & Spirits
Chas. Jacquin et Cie
Coyote Crossing
Crane Arts LLC
Deuce Restaurant & Bar
DiBruno Brothers
Feast Your Eyes Catering
FIJI Water
French Meadow Bakery
Global Dish
Goji Restaurant
The Happy Rooster
Japan Prestige Sake Association
Kaplan’s Bakery
Las Cazuelas Restaurant
The Latest Dish
Level Vodka
London Grill
Manna Catering
Marathon Grill
Mazag Café
Mexica Post
Neuro Beverages
Oceanaire Seafood Room
Party Rental, Ltd.
Petit 4
Philadelphia Brewing Company
Philadelphia City Paper
Philadelphia Distilling
Ritz Filmbill
Siam Lotus
Star Cellars, Inc.
Studio Z Design
Vieux Carré Absinthe
Vine Street Imports
Visible Music Soundscapes, Inc.
Vitamin Water
Whole Foods
Yards Brewing Company

Law firms for JIJ

Dugan, Babij, Tolley, LLC
Elk & Elk Co., Ltd.
Lancione & Lancione, LLC
Raynes McCarty
Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller, P.C.


InLiquid’s Member Exhibition Series is partially supported by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency, through its regional arts funding partnership, Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA). State government funding for the arts depends upon an annual appropriation by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. PPA is administered in this region by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance. Additional support of the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) Partnership in Southeastern Pennsylvania is provided by PECO.