Matthew Courtney’s sculpture humorously mixes his love of sports and popular culture with a deep knowledge of the history of … See Full Post
Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, a program of The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, is the largest tour of artist studios … See Full Post
A good friend of Matthew Courtney once referred to his work as “Pop Art with soul”. His work is a … See Full Post
As you (hopefully) already know, InLiquid’s mission is to connection Philadelphia artists to the community. The best way we’re able … See Full Post
Nancy Agati, Agathe Bouton, Paula Cahill, Matthew Courtney, Michele Kishita, Nazanin Moghbeli, Deirdre Murphy, Paul Santoleri, Rebecca Schultz, and Jay … See Full Post
Matthew Courtney’s work Arctic Moon is currently being featured at Center for Emerging Visual Artists until April 21st.
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists is delighted to announce that the ArtBox on Shirt Corner is now featuring work … See Full Post
InLiquid’s newest exhibition, Confluence: Teaching, Making, Ideation and Innovation, celebrates Philadelphia’s rich history of crafts and its current community of crafters. … See Full Post
Gallery 543 presents Found at Sea, an exhibition of work featuring artists Matthew Courtney, Michele Dragonetti, and Ron Tarver.
Woodmere’s annual juried exhibition highlights contemporary work in a wide variety of media by artists living within fifty miles of the Museum. This year’s juror, Syd Carpenter, invited artists and craftspeople to submit work in all media that reference the land, the transience of the body, and the skill of the maker.