And Now, A Word About Our Sponsors: HOT•BED GALLERY

We are thrilled to have HOT•BED as a sponsor of The 2019 Benefit: Everyone is a Collector! A new, local contemporary gallery and event space, HOT•BED is the collaboration between James Oliver of James Oliver Gallery Gallery and Bryan Hoffman of Hoffman Design Group. With a strong foundation and an eye for design, the space (also equipped with artist studio spaces available to rent) strives to be an interactive and natural experience for all of its visitors—emphasis on natural with its botanical wall planters a la Hoffmann Design Group.

Though they’ve only been open since November of 2018, in 2019 the event space has already taken Philadelphia by storm with its contemporary exhibitions merged with a thriving horticultural design. All of this to say, HOT•BED stands to reinvent the Gallery experience.

 

 

 

InLiquid is beyond grateful for HOT•BED’s support and is looking forward to seeing great things from them in the upcoming year.

The Benefit Auction is a grand event. Outside of the artworks for sale are a bevy of components that are necessary to keep it afloat, all of this couldn’t be possible without our community sponsors. Paving the way towards our 20th anniversary, our 2019 event will be spectacular! 

Be grand, get your tickets, & start your bids for the 2019 Benefit & Silent Auction! 
 

Alfred Ortega
Rissa Berlin

Rissa Berlin is inspired by graceful birds and majestic horses in nature and bases her work off of these amazing animals.…

Rissa Berlin is inspired by graceful birds and majestic horses in nature and bases her work off of these amazing animals. …

Rissa Berlin is inspired by graceful birds and majestic horses in nature and bases her work off of these amazing animals. …

Laura Demme
Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
Patrick Coughlin

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia Pennsylvania…

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