The Black Moth Gallery presents “City Between Two Rivers- Woodblock Prints by Jennifer Manzella” for its first exhibition of the year. This solo show will be on view January 2nd thru 30th. This latest series of prints presents inverted skylines that depict remnants of industry and architecture along the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers in Philadelphia and along the riverways in New York City. This particular series of multiple wood block prints represent the human desire to reconstruct the environment, especially in cities. These altered urban landscapes are evidence of the actions to transform, destroy, and exploit what was there before. Colorful overlapping silhouettes form inverted skylines depict remnants of industry and architecture on the waterways of Philadelphia, inspired by the Delaware and Schuylkill rivers in Philadelphia as well as the New York City river ways.
Gallery hours are Tuesday through Sunday 12-8pm. The exhibit is free and open to the public.