Artist Profile: Brooke Hine at Art for the Cash Poor 12

InLiquid member Brooke Hine will be selling her work during the first day of Art for the Cash Poor, June 11. The sculptor and installation artist will be selling jewelry, dinnerware, and prints along with over 120 other artists.

Working primarily in ceramics, the artist is interested in ideas of growth and deterioration. Her sculptures can be described as biomorphic, referencing natural forms such as skeletal structures and aquatic life. Hine was recently named one of the five artists to watch by Philadelphia Magazine. She also received a two-year career development fellowship with the Center for Emerging Visual Arts (CFEVA). In addition to being named a CFEVA artist, Hine has also worked as an independent curator; her artistic and curatorial interests overlapped in the 2008 CFEVA exhibition, Adaptation—Celebrating Growth and Change.

Join us on June 11 and 12 for InLiquid’s Art For the Cash Poor event. All works are priced at $199 or less, with many significantly less than $100. In addition to artwork for sale, there will also be live music, beer provided by the Philadelphia Brewing Company, food, raffles, and more. There is still time for interested artists to register for this event, and volunteers are always appreciated. (Click here for volunteer details and contact information).

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…

Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
Allen Spencer & Deborah Imler
What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography of myths, fairy tales, and personal idiosyncrasies, Warren Muller exudes an envious agility.  Motion, change and improvisation are implied like a glimpse of chaos captured and frozen for a split-second.
Warren Muller
Warren Muller

What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography…

What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography of myths, fairy tales, and personal idiosyncrasies, Warren Muller exudes an…

What elevates his work from mere craftsmanship is his visionary outlook. Rearranging objects and incorporating an iconography of myths, fairy tales, and personal idiosyncrasies, Warren Muller exudes an envious agility. Motion,…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins Center for the Arts, both in New Jersey. In Philadelphia, she has shown her work at venues such as the Painted Bride, International House, and the Crane Arts Center. Additionally, the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation invited her to create a fiber art installation at Lemon Hill Mansion in Fairmount Park. Udell graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Art History, and has studied art and art therapy at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives and works in Collingswood, New Jersey
Rachel Blythe Udell
Rachel Blythe Udell

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins Center for the…

Jared C. Balogh
Jared C. Balogh
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