Cheryl Levin’s “Forms for a Continued Life”

Cheryl Levin‘s solo show at Da Vinci Art Alliance, Forms for a Continued Life, is an exhibition of ink drawings by Levin, shown alongside sculptures and fragments by her late husband, metal worker Robert Phillips (1962-2012), and their son, Electrical Engineer and Generative Artist Aidan Phillips. The show runs January 28 – February 14 and is open by appointment only.

Jason Lee Starin
Kathleen Shaver

Shaver's large abstract canvases and smaller paintings on Evolon paper feature a thickly textured surface and bold gestural…

Shaver's large abstract canvases and smaller paintings on Evolon paper feature a thickly textured surface and bold gestural brushwork often accented with calligraphic line. Her expressive work has…

Shaver's large abstract canvases and smaller paintings on Evolon paper feature a thickly textured surface and bold gestural brushwork often accented with calligraphic line. Her expressive work has a raw primal character.…

Michele C. Kishita

Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently…

Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently contained in each of her panels. She investigates the visual contrast and harmony…

Michele Kishita is a Philadelphia-based painter who strives to conjure the landscape that no longer exists but is inherently contained in each of her panels. She investigates the visual contrast and harmony where human-made…

Dora Ficher

Born in Buenos Aires, I grew up immersed in energy and color, inspired by the people, the art and architecture, the variance,…

Born in Buenos Aires, I grew up immersed in energy and color, inspired by the people, the art and architecture, the variance, intricacies and connections of colors and patterns. Today, with my Argentinean…

Born in Buenos Aires, I grew up immersed in energy and color, inspired by the people, the art and architecture, the variance, intricacies and connections of colors and patterns. Today, with my Argentinean roots embedded in…

Roberta Massuch
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