InLiquid Artist Demonstration Saturdays – Matthew Hall

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InLiquid Artist Demonstration Saturdays – Matthew Hall

November 11, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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Join Blick Art Materials Philadelphia for a special series of demonstrations by InLiquid Art + Design artists!

A Collaboration between InLiquid Art + Design, Blick Art Materials, and local Philadelphia visual artists

Every Saturday from 11/11 through 12/2, come to Blick Philadelphia for your chance to meet and discuss technique with professional artists from the InLiquid Microgrant program.

11/11 – Matthew Hall presenting accordion fold bookmaking – RSVP HERE

11/18 – Jasmine Alleger presenting collage and acrylic mixed media – RSVP HERE

11/25 – Bhavisha Patel presenting still life in oils – RSVP HERE

12/2 – Cynthia Back presenting reductive wood block printmaking – RSVP HERE

Attend each event for your chance to win a $50 store card! Preregistration recommended – Seating is first come/first serve. See a store Associate for details. Sign up at the link above.



Matthew Hall:

Matthew Hall is a Philadelphia-based artist working with gestural drawing, books, text, and works on paper. He attained an MFA in printmaking from Penn State in 2013, and a BFA from Alfred University in Ceramics and Expanded Media in 2006. Between 2006 and 2011 he worked with several Salt Lake City stage arts groups as a graphic designer for Mills Publishing. In 2010 co-founded Gray Wall Gallery and worked as a curator. His studio is based out of Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood where he also works with as a graphic designer. In October 2012, his work was named “Best in Show” by juror Brook Seidlemann in “Homage: Past Influences” at the Target Art Gallery in Alexandria VA. He participated in an artist residency at the Vermont Studio Center in June of 2013, and designed the season graphics for Salt Lake Acting Company from 2010–2015. Matthew has been a member of 3rd Street gallery since 2014, and was named co-director in 2017. He currently is exhibiting a solo show in the Art Alley of Penn State, University Park’s Hub-Robeson Galleries.



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