Art for the Cash Poor

Join us Saturday June 4, 2022, noon – 6 pm

InLiquid’s signature affordable art fair returns to the American Street Corridor in Kensington.

The 22nd annual installment of InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor is a Philly-centric affordable art fair – a free and public art sale directly benefiting local artists and craftspeople. All artwork is sold for $200 or less.

The festival will debut the revitalization of North American Street and the robust arts corridor that is taking shape along the street. Local arts and community organizations will provide free programming for visitors that day including art and craft-making demonstrations, workshops, and more. 

Art for the Cash Poor brings together a wide array of artists from diverse backgrounds and voices. Celebrating the emerging and established talents of our region.

There are still a few vendor spaces left click here to join in the festivities.

 

2022 Participating Vendors

Listed alphabetically
JB Abbott
Mujahid Abdul-Baeth
Affirm Candle
After Oak
Almanac Dance Circus Theatre
Anny’s Fine Art
Art of Justeix
Barnhouse Pots
Alyse C. Bernstein
Bird and Brush Art
Paris Bleicher
Debs Bleicher
Bodacious Caricatures
The Boonie Groove
Botanical Funk
Jean Broden Art
bubble ninja art
C Kali Art
Jodi Cachia
Caitlin Davis Ceramics
Sarah Carranza
Tai Corrienté
Damien Moses
Diane Deery
Diamond Tooth Taxidermy
Eileen Sutton Precious Metalworks
Emaye Design
Evelyn Taylor Designs
Evol Soul Co
Jodi Faber Art
faystringart
Flo’s Slow Fashion
Gahdsaid
Brian Gallo
Golden Key Prints
Lynn Grant
Julia Grosso
Patrick Hay
Brynn Hurlstone
Jewelry Designs By KL
JLManzella Prints
Cassie Jones
juicebox workshop
Kenney Kut-Outs & Illustrations
Kite Curiosities
Katie Knoeringer
LandHealth Institute
Leann, the Illustrator
Lena Moffett
Life art by Stacey Granger
Light Bird Crafts
Little Clay Moon
Loosely.Love
Chris Macan
Dawn Merritt
MESC Designs
ML Woodworking
Mobile_Monkey
Molly Bee Studio
Francesca Montanile Lyons
Laura K. Murdoch
Niki Leist Jewelry
Nuto Studio
Patrick Michael Accessories
Paula’s Creative Works
Meg Perine
Photography Without Borders
Pluma Avis Domus
REceramics
Second State Press
Tiago Segundo
Selah Jewelry Design
James Singewald Photography
Skullduggery Studios
Joe Stephens
Street Tails Animal Rescue
Swankler Art Collective
Rebecca Tennenbaum
Tiger Strikes Asteroid
Umby Art
Ekaterina Vanovskaya
Valeriya Volkova Art
Chantal Westby
John Wind X Leila Cartier
wornProfit
Xi Wu
Maria Zamora
Shannon Zembriski

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Christy E. O’Connor
Christy E. O’Connor
Jared C. Balogh
Jared C. Balogh
Kimberly Camp
Kimberly Camp
Jorge Caligiuri
Jorge Caligiuri
Andrea Lyons'  work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as part of the subject of the painting. The connection of wood as part of the structure of the house and also part of the tree form. The layers of the bark of the tree as related to the layers of skin. The correlation of flesh to wood and other building materials.
Andrea Lyons
Andrea Lyons

Andrea Lyons' work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as…

Andrea Lyons' work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as part of the subject of the painting. The connection of wood as part of the structure…

Andrea Lyons' work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as part of the subject of the painting. The connection of wood as part of the structure of the house and…

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