Current Exhibition: 

July 6th-27th                               Opening Reception July 6th, 6-8pm


Our current exhibition showcases work from over 70 members, with a range of works from painting, printmaking, photography, digital imagery, stone-carving, to mixed media works. Our guest Juror, Painter Bill Scott will Jury for prizes.  Check our blog soon for images and profiles of members in the exhibition.  

Bio- Bill Scott is an abstract painter and printmaker. His work has been the subject of additional solo presentations in London, Philadelphia and San Francisco, and has been included in numerous group shows.  His works are in a number of public collections, including the British Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Woodmere Art Museum. Since 1999 he has made intaglio prints with the C. R. Ettinger Studio. He is represented by Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, where he has had six solo exhibition

Gallery hours: Wed 6-8pm, Sat & Sun 1-5pm




Heather Ujiie, The Garden of Earthly Delights, 2016, 67" height x 192" width               Seemee Premium Backlit B4400 polyester digitally printed with disperse dye heat transfer /Printed at The Center for Excellence in Surface Imaging at Philadelphia University

Third Thursday Salon
July 21st, 7 - 8:30pm

The Analog and Digital Nexus in Contemporary Practice, Talk by Artist, Educator, Designer Heather Ujiie

Art in the 21st century is increasingly informed by both the digital and the analog process. Artist and designers are creating more innovative outcomes, due to the flux of digital technologies and tools, with hand crafted objects. This presentation will outline my personal history in context to the creative process, and discuss the juxtaposition of hand painting, drawing and experimenting with material investigations, in context to innovative digital printing technology and tools. Ultimately, I would like to demonstrate how the barriers between art and design making are falling away as we move forward into new innovative processes and materials. This talk will also explore how generating ideas through historical and cross cultural research, informs the narratives in my large scale textile installation work. This event is free and open to the public.

704 Catharine St, Philadelphia, PA 19147 • (215) 829-0466 • •• Gallery hours - Wednesday, 6-8 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 1-5 pm