2019 Art for the Cash Poor Kickoff Vendors!

Our favorite time of the year is quickly approaching with the 20th installment of Art For the Cash Poor coming up June 1st! Join us at our Kickoff celebration May 30th with food, entertainment, and amazing arts and crafts. Come have a great time while also supporting InLiquid, the AIDS Fund, and dope Philadelphia-based artists!

Here are this year’s Kickoff vendors you don’t want to miss out on selling work all under $199 that everyone coming to the Kickoff has early access to!

1. Jean Broden Art

“I want my paintings to give viewers pause, to help them see what they may have overlooked in their own travels. To realize there’s beauty in the ordinary.” – Broden

Jean Broden is a Philly based teacher and artist working with oil on canvas. Her small original oil paintings provide snapshots of the old, forgotten, and unnoticed bringing attention and appreciation to the overlooked places and things we see every day. Her work honors and memorializes Philadelphia and all of its nooks and crannies and parts that we take for granted.

2. Caitlin Davis Ceramics

Prepare for those cold winter nights made for hot beverages and soups and visit Caitlin Davis Ceramics! Caitlin Davis is a Philadelphia native potter. Her wheel thrown and hand built ceramics are made with the intention of being grounding and comforting to hold. Most of her work is functional pots for the kitchen, with the addition of jewelry and jewelry display pieces. Those at the Kickoff Celebration will also be the first to see and have access to Davis’s new line of wood-fired ceramics.

3. Kelly Dzioba

Based in Philadelphia, textile artist Kelly Dzioba creates sculptural objects and two-dimensional works inspired by the structure, tactile experience, and visual language of textiles. Her work is a juxtaposition of the high-art aesthetic of minimalism and op-art and the the lowbrow aesthetic kitsch decor. All of her work is mounted and easily hung and she will be selling smaller and affordable pieces. Her work has been exhibited and celebrated in the US and internationally at Allens Lane Art Center, the Icebox Project Space at Crane Arts, the New Bedford Art Museum in New Bedford, MA as well as the Chung Young Yang Embroidery Museum in Seoul, South Korea.

4. Forge & Finish

“For those who revel in the culture of handmade” 

Forge & Finish is a women-owned and operated fashion accessory brand based in Philadelphia. They handcraft affordable modern metal jewelry pieces from sterling silver, brass, bronze, and gold fill jewelry ranging from $10 to $200.

5. Jen McCleary Art & Design

Jen McCleary work as a freelance fine artist and graphic designer specializing in mixed-media, digital collage, and book cover design, illustration, and layout based in Philadelphia. Her work is rich, dynamic, and robust and at the Kickoff celebration, she will be offering her original mixed media art, mixed media and digital collage prints, jewelry, and kintsugi/decoupage bowls.

6. Laura K. Murdoch Fine Art

Based in South Philadelphia, Laura K. Murdoch draws inspiration from her travels, childhood memories, and folk patterns to create woodcut and linocut prints all hand-carved and printed in her studio. Her currently her work focuses on themes of wildlife and the environment and ranges from $5 greeting cards to $150 large woodcut prints. Be sure to swing by!

7. Patrick Michael Accessories

Do you hate matching anything? 

With Patrick Michael Accessories, you never need to worry. Patrick Michael creates one of a kind handcrafted handbags, wallets, and wine carriers. Each piece is handcrafted from discontinued fabrics from mills around the world. No two are exactly alike.  

8. Selah Jewelry Design

Philly based duo, Selah Jewelry Design, is a husband and wife team. Their jewelry is a fusion of their artistic visions from North and South America.  With their roots in ancient Colombian techniques, each piece they make has an unmistakable artisanal quality, unique and one of a kind.

All their jewelry is entirely handmade in their workshop in Philly and they use a combination of precious, semi-precious and locally sourced materials. They hand make 95% of their chains by hand and all their earring hook stock.

This Kickoff is a very unique opportunity to engage with and buy from these truly amazing and diverse group of artists! We hope to see you there on May 30th! 

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My art spans many disciplines and areas. Being a self taught, learning and experimenting has become an ingrained part of my practice and as such there is a diverse range of subject matter and on some occasions style.  Majority of my works are oil paintings, created in series, in a representational style,. Some of note are “Buddhas on Handmade Paper”, “Bicycles in Snow” “#Savetheelephants”. The common thread in my diverse art is the feeling of serenity and tranquility, with the ultimate objective in every painting to capture the harmonious existence of different elements in nature, that evidences life is strong, calm and beautiful.
Bhavisha Patel

My art spans many disciplines and areas. Being a self taught, learning and experimenting has become an ingrained part of…

My art spans many disciplines and areas. Being a self taught, learning and experimenting has become an ingrained part of my practice and as such there is a diverse range of subject matter and on some occasions…

My art spans many disciplines and areas. Being a self taught, learning and experimenting has become an ingrained part of my practice and as such there is a diverse range of subject matter and on some occasions style. Majority…

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory process toward understanding, not an expository declaration of a position already held.
Daniel Dallmann

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory…

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory process toward understanding, not an expository declaration of a position already…

My life and my perceptions are the subjective drivers for the pictures I make. Making a painting is, for me, an exploratory process toward understanding, not an expository declaration of a position already held.…

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure to large swathes of color, his work explores opposing forces both actual and imagined.
Ross Carlisle

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure…

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure to large swathes of color, his work explores opposing forces both actual and imagined.…

Ross Carlisle is an Ohio-born, Philadelphia-based artist, illustrator, and painter. Using everything from the human figure to large swathes of color, his work explores opposing forces both actual and imagined. …

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.
Favi Dubo

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.…

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.…

An InLiquid member artist with work in painting.…

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout history by utilizing figuration, abstraction and diagrammatic methods.
Daniel Oliva

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout…

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout history by utilizing figuration, abstraction and diagrammatic methods. …

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout history by utilizing figuration, abstraction and diagrammatic methods. …

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