Hidden Treasures at Wine and Design

dsc_1413Celebrating all things ringing joy to us at home–this year’s chosen theme for DesignPhiladelphia–InLiquid and Park Towne Place have created a unique experience bringing together art, home decor, handmade jewerly and, of course, wine! Tomorrow, on the eighteenth floor of Park Towne Place’s East Tower, InLiquid welcomes you to Wine and Design; where local artists, designers, and jewelers will have site-specific installations in spaces together with works of art and handmade crafts on display, available for purchase.

Participating with DesignPhiladelphia, Wine and Design is part of InLiquid’s current exhibition: Apartment Walks, where four apartments in the East Tower of Park Towne Place have been transformed into designed installations centered upon the theme of “Home.” Furnishing is designed by Christina Henck with furniture provided by Dane Decor and lush houseplants provided by Hoffman Design Group. Original art was curated by InLiquid of InLiquid Member Artists: Bobbie Adams, Linda Dubin Garfield, Erica Harney,  Sandi Neiman LovitzMelissa Maddonni Haims, Donna Quinn, and Constance Culpepper.

As part of Wine and Design, there will be pop-up-shop 6-9pm sponsored in part by Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro, featuring the work of Emily Squires Levine, John Wind Modern Vintage, Stacey Lee Webber, and NINObrand.

Here is an exciting preview of the latest collection from Emily Squires Levine and Stacey Lee Webber . These will be available for purchase tonight!

 

_dsc9263Emily Squires Levine stretches the limits of polymer clay with her intricate designs and woven patterns. She uses hand-blended colors to create quirky bowls and vases. Each of her vessels have their own special flare, with hidden gem-like surprises in every detail. Tonight at Wine and Design, you can search for the hidden treasures within this bowl and her other works.

 

 

 

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Stacey Lee Webber creates wearable art using real money. This one-of-a-kind locket, which will be on display and available at Wine and Design, is fashioned out of half-dollar coins. With this locket, and many of her other designs, you can wear your very own piece of history.

 

 

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill. Moving to Philadelphia, she earned her BFA with honors from the University of The Arts, and MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Art. Currently, she is working in her studio at the Crane Old School in Philadelphia.
In her work she is pulling from her reservoir of life experiences, memories, intuitive processes, and curiosity to construct a “place”, an environment – a landscape. Within it, she aims to present an idea composed of multiple layers, which focuses not only on the physical “being” of land, but also on land as a source of emotional and psychological mood.
Dganit Zauberman
Dganit Zauberman

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating…

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill.…

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill. Moving to Philadelphia,…

I enjoy the manipulation of materials and how process itself contributes to the life and form of the image. Dramatic, gestural lines describe the play of light and wind across the water, while softer marks add life to the slow movement of rain laden clouds. Areas of sky, water, and land are knit together with brushstrokes to represent their seamless interaction under the common conditions of weather and time. In my acid etched tin pieces, areas of watery marks are left visible to suggest the underlying layers of the landscape. I  do not strive to recreate the particulars of  places that inspire me, but rather the timelessness of the elements of light, weather, and geometries that inform them. My work is not about how the landscape looks as much as about how the landscape makes me feel. I try to create an image that allows the viewer to engage with it in such a way as to invite similar introspection.
Kirby Fredendall
Kirby Fredendall

I enjoy the manipulation of materials and how process itself contributes to the life and form of the image. Dramatic, gestural…

I enjoy the manipulation of materials and how process itself contributes to the life and form of the image. Dramatic, gestural lines describe the play of light and wind across the water, while softer marks…

I enjoy the manipulation of materials and how process itself contributes to the life and form of the image. Dramatic, gestural lines describe the play of light and wind across the water, while softer marks add life to the…

Marguerita Hagan
Marguerita Hagan
Bob Ingram
Bob Ingram
Michael Radyk
Michael Radyk
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