CELEBRATE Your Collection with Tango by Wendee Yudis

Tango, Wendee Yudis, Photo-Silkscreen and Acrylic on Wood Panels, 24x36

Tango, Wendee Yudis, Photo-Silkscreen and Acrylic on Wood Panels, 24×36

As the 2017 InLiquid Benefit approaches, we are excited to showcase the exclusive pieces to be sold at our silent auction. In preparation for our Main Event, we encourage our fellow philanthropists and art collectors to pay it forward by celebrating their current art collection in tandem with supporting their local arts organization.

If you’re a fan of the Femme Fatale, then Tango by Wendee Yudis may be the piece that will steal your heart at the 2017 Benefit. Sized at 24″ x 36,” Tango is a moody photo-silkscreen with acrylic paint on wood panels, in which Yudis illustrates questions about gender roles and societal expectations for women by mixing and matching images with text. As Yudis explains, “by juxtaposing various images, nuances are implied and tension is created to explore new meanings,” her work acts as a conversation starter. Meant to provoke thought, Tango, is an evocative (and provocative) addition to any art collection.

Wendee Yudis is an accomplished Serigraph Mixed Media Artist who received her BFA in Printmaking and Photography and MFA in Printmaking and Painting from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has traveled all over the world and studied archaeology at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, as well as photography at Richmond College in London. Since 1990’s, she has been exhibiting her paintings and prints in both solo and group shows at galleries in New York City, Chicago, and Philadelphia.
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Blythe Hoyle
Blythe Hoyle
Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor.  She approaches her work like a lab experiment, a set of steps to see what will happen. Her painting process usually begins with a thick underpainting using a carefully chosen color (a color of influence!) which is left intentionally visible at the edges.
Phyllis Anderson
Phyllis Anderson

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor. She approaches…

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor. She approaches her work like a lab experiment, a set of steps to see what will happen.…

Phyllis Anderson has been painting for nearly three decades, exploring process and outcome, meaning and metaphor. She approaches her work like a lab experiment, a set of steps to see what will happen. Her painting process…

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually becoming a fictional cityscape created with a playful approach.
Miriam Singer
Miriam Singer

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually…

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually becoming a fictional cityscape created with a playful approach.…

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually becoming a fictional cityscape created with a playful approach.…

Francis Beaty
Francis Beaty
Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic inspiration to my love, fear, and awe of nature as it both represents and defines the tension and optimism of life. My “Take Any Road Series” encourages the viewer to have the confidence to experience life no matter how difficult or confusing, beautiful, or powerful. All of this exists with an underlying structure of assumptions.
I think we all see the world a little differently and feel our own experience uniquely.  I paint using what all of my senses have given to me as the experience.  When I paint the sky, I am feeling the wind, putting it to music in my head, remembering the smell of the chance of rain, tasting the air, seeing the clouds dance. 
Fran Lightman Gibson
Fran Lightman Gibson

Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic…

Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic inspiration to my love, fear, and awe of nature as it both represents and defines…

Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic inspiration to my love, fear, and awe of nature as it both represents and defines the tension and optimism…

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