Join Our Mission to Keep Creativity Alive in Philadelphia

Since 1999, InLiquid has been working to promote the arts in Philadelphia by creating a network between local artists and the community. Each year, InLiquid hosts a series of exhibitions in venues that span all across the Philadelphia area. From the Painted Bride Art Center, to Park Towne Place, and Crane Arts, InLiquid projects have never shied away from tackling a broad variety of themes–ranging from personal experiences, human connections, fantastical creations, charity, and social injustice–which is what makes their work as a non-profit arts organization so unique and important to the Philadelphia Art Community. InLiquid creates opportunities for both emerging and experienced artists, and encourage growth, public outreach, and portfolio building.

With the end of 2017 fast approaching, InLiquid needs your help! Join us in our mission to promote the arts in Philadelphia by donating to our Annual Appeal. 

By donating, you help us in:

–  maintaining our monthly newsletters, which provide resources for exhibitions and job opportunities for artists and students.
– raising awareness for our goal to open up our own gallery space to display our members’ work.
–  promoting our members through exhibitions and website updates with artists resumes and member news.
– helping to keep membership rates affordable.

Donate to Our Annual Appeal Today! 

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces.
Sharon Egan
Sharon Egan

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate…

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces. …

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces. …

Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
Maureen Drdak
Maureen Drdak
Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they realize the sculptured material is simply thread.
Carla J Fisher
Carla J Fisher

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life.…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response…

Carla J Fisher uses thread and throwaways to symbolize how even the tired, used, and totally spent can experience new life. Through free motion machine embroidery, she seeks the viewer’s visceral response of surprise as they…

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we know it. It also explores the possibilities present in spiritual and psychological practices. Look then, look again. As we move toward the future the images grow more familiar with each truth they unveil. This then becomes a series that grows with time.
G. Farrel Kellum
G. Farrel Kellum

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we…

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we know it. It also explores the possibilities present in spiritual and psychological…

G. Kellum challenges the rear view perspective of artistic expression and dives into the world of urban aesthetics, as we know it. It also explores the possibilities present in spiritual and psychological practices. Look…

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