InLiquid member Ed Snyder will be selling his photographs, books, and greeting cards as part of our annual Art For the Cash Poor event. All of the artwork at the event is priced at $199 or less, with many well under $100.
Ed Snyder photographs cemetery statuary to explore ideas of death and mortality. He is interested in Victorian mourning arts, and he sees his photography as a personal means to deal with loss. In addition to his photography work, Ed Snyder is also a Biomedical Engineer at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. At Jefferson, he works on the research, development, and clinical application of advanced cardio-pulmonary life support for babies. He is conscious of the focus of mortality in his work as an artist and as an engineer. Ed Synder is also fascinated by the parallels he finds in both engineering and art, with each discipline’s use of precision and technology.
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 well under $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.