Stuck in a rut? Check out some of the new shows we have up!

If you didn’t know, we have some new shows up! And there is something for everyone to enjoy. 

For those intrigued by process, materiality, and texture, check out Mythologies at Archer Law.  Bradford White Fiske has created a series of paintings in which the longer you look at it the more you discover. Fiske paints “in order to provide a dialogue with myself, which hopefully transmogrifies into a conversation with others within which there is no room for me.” Employing metallic paints and iridescent pigments suggests a depth that hints at elements not quite identifiable or understood just like myths. Over time, messages beyond the story begin to reveal themselves for the viewer to uncover. 

For those drawn to bold color, action, and raw, intrinsic human energy stop by the Courtyard by Marriott and check out our Alfred Ortega show! Witness Ortega’s process as he “in the case of visual experience I feel fortunate to have found a distinction in what I see in our world and how I feel about the same. As I attempt the work I consider that I am reacting to what I see in the paint or the sculpture and how I feel will allow me to continue.” Get enveloped by Ortega’s large canvases, vibrant figures and forms, and interpretations of how he sees the world.  

If you want to want to enjoy some art and some nature, spray on some bug spray, put on some sunscreen, and go check out  Sculpture in the Glen, our outdoor sculpture garden. On view until July 28th!

Do you just want to be in the presence and enjoy the formalist aesthetics of a painting? If so, you should visit Jenn Hallgren’s work at Twenty Manning Grill. Hallgren, a self-proclaimed formalist, believes the significance of her work lies in the formalist aesthetics and the inherent qualities of the medium — the line, color, shape, form, structure, composition, and plasticity. Focusing on parks and gardens and formalist aesthetics, Hallgren leaves it all on the canvas,  there is no need to know anything about her and there is no need to read her artist statement. It is just you and the painting. 

For those who want to be challenged and introspective experience Summertime by Deanna McLaughlin at Old City Publishing. Deanna works with old shopping carts and transforms them into the “Cartrageous” furniture series. The shopping cart is the most iconic image of our consumer-based culture, the series is  intended to visually challenge viewers to question and assess individual ideas about consumerism, power, and privilege.

If you need some new perspective swing by the InLiquid Gallery to see Benhaim & Brunner. Sandra Benhaim’s abstract landscape paintings and Howard Brunner’s close-up photographs of urban landscapes both provide viewers a chance to see the world around them in a new way. 

We hope that one of our shows have sparked some interest and we see you at one (or more) of our various spaces!

Michael Marks

Michael Marks is largely a self-taught “amateur,” having never attempted to make a living from photography. That said, he…

Michael Marks is largely a self-taught “amateur,” having never attempted to make a living from photography. That said, he has taken some classes as electives in college, read a lot, self discovered a lot…

Michael Marks is largely a self-taught “amateur,” having never attempted to make a living from photography. That said, he has taken some classes as electives in college, read a lot, self discovered a lot more, made many great…

Ellen Rosenholtz

Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound…

Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound beauty of natural forms as it exists within animals and plants. The multiplicity…

Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound beauty of natural forms as it exists within animals and plants. The multiplicity of images underscore…

Linnie Greenberg

Linnie stumbled upon mixed media 8 years ago at local art workshop. Mainly self-taught, she considers herself a "naïve" or…

Linnie stumbled upon mixed media 8 years ago at local art workshop. Mainly self-taught, she considers herself a "naïve" or "outsider" artist.…

Linnie stumbled upon mixed media 8 years ago at local art workshop. Mainly self-taught, she considers herself a "naïve" or "outsider" artist.…

Mary Powers Holt

Contemporary Landscape Paintings inspired by the abstract patterns in nature modified by atmospheric color and light. Abstract…

Contemporary Landscape Paintings inspired by the abstract patterns in nature modified by atmospheric color and light. Abstract forms and images are generated through perception and imagination. …

Contemporary Landscape Paintings inspired by the abstract patterns in nature modified by atmospheric color and light. Abstract forms and images are generated through perception and imagination. …

Jasmine Alleger

Jasmine Allege is a Philadelphia based artist, originally from California. She received her bachelor’s degree in drawing…

Jasmine Allege is a Philadelphia based artist, originally from California. She received her bachelor’s degree in drawing and painting from Portland State University in 2010 and her Masters of Fine Art…

Jasmine Allege is a Philadelphia based artist, originally from California. She received her bachelor’s degree in drawing and painting from Portland State University in 2010 and her Masters of Fine Art from Moore College of…

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