Upcoming Exhibitions

Current & Recent Exhibitions

  • The Shape of a Line

    Cheryl Levin was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA. She started drawing and painting at the age of twelve when her … See Full Post

  • Carbon Snaps

    Critical Junctures need a special cohesion. A five headed hydra held together with Carbon Snaps, these artists create a holographic … See Full Post

  • From the Vault

    From the Vault is a blast-from-the-past journey back to InLiquid’s 10th Anniversary Benefit–ten year’s ago as we are now celebrating … See Full Post

  • Banished for the Good of the Realm

    Banished For the Good of the Realm is a virtual exhibition highlighting work from InLiquid’s artist members that they have made during the unprecedented stay-at-home order during the Spring of 2020.

  • May (Lux Aeterna) 2015, Digital collage, 20” x 16”, $200
    Vernal Longing

    “April is the cruelest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire, stirring dull roots with … See Full Post

  • (Don’t) Stay Inside the Lines

    Stay inside, but while doing so, don’t stay inside the lines! As part of our online programming during state-mandated social … See Full Post

  • Lynn Dunham and Dolores Poacelli

    Lynn Dunham (edited) Biography is an interdisciplinary artist; she paints and sculpts, and currently digital art/pigment prints are her focus. … See Full Post

  • Pocket Dimension

    Works by Rachel Blythe Udell * * * Welcome to a corner of the universe that is not quite here, … See Full Post

  • Unsaid

    Summer J Hart’s work is about obsessiveness and obsession, memory, identity, & longing. She looks to the resiliency of the forest: the endless process of reproduction, mutation, and evolution. Her work explores the way nature reclaims the built environment.

  • InBreak

    InLiquid returns for the third year in a row to SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York City! In response to … See Full Post