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■ March 2013

■ Covering the Arts throughout the Philadelphia Region


The Illustrated Men

I “Tailed,” 1994 cover for The New Yorker, Jan. 24, 1994, Peter de Séve (born 1958). Watercolor, colored pencil and ink on paper, 14 3/4 x 11 inches. Collection of the artist. Now on display in the exhibition “State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years after Howard Pyle,” at the Delaware Art Museum through June 1, 2013.

By Burton Wasserman

n his prime, Howard Pyle of Wilmington, Del., was a widely celebrated commercial artist. His principal area of focus consisted of preparing popular artworks that amplified and illuminated printed advertising messages and provided pictorial accompaniment for books and periodical literature. Now, a century after Pyle’s passing, his professional world of creative illustration has changed and expanded in ways that would probably shock and amaze him if he could come back to life and see it all flourishing today. To that end and saluting Pyle’s legacy, the Delaware Art Museum has mounted a comprehensive exhibition titled “State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years after Howard Pyle.” It shows the wide range of practice and the different areas of specialization pursued today by major figures recognized nationally for their aesthetic accomplishments. From traditionally drawn and painted forms to animated films and computer-generated image content, the overall installation features examples of contemporary graphic technology and visual media currently in use. The closing date for the show is June 1, 2013. Guest curator David Apatoff has selected eight widely renowned artists to

complete his survey of major approaches pursued in the field today. Together, the group provides a good cross-section of forms that reach out to people far and wide from billboard signs, store-window displays, television screens and the printed page. While some of the items in the show will be familiar to visitors because they have seen them before in the everyday world, others will be new discoveries. Moe Drucker, for example, is showing material he prepared for initial appearance in Mad magazine and cover designs that were originally printed for Time” John Cuneo’s pieces include items that have been used in The New Yorker, Esquire and The Atlantic. By comparison, other selections are bound to be fresh surprises. At their best, such individuals as Milton Glaser and the late Bernie Fuchs bring a unique driving force and expressive depth to their work. These characteristics, in turn, are joined with an independent graphic presence that gives their work a rare impact. In some mysteriously magical way, their personal style is able to ignite a powerful audience response to the combination of patterns and tones they bring into being. Alive with a keen uniqueness of being, their fanciful images are bold and incisive with cutting edges that always retain their Please see Illustration on a22

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Thursday, February 21, 2013 by Diane M. Fiske

Flower Show brings Britain to the fore


By Diane M. Fiske

his year, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society will celebrate Britain as the theme for the annual Philadelphia Flower Show March 2 to March 10. While there will be no queen jumping out of a helicopter with the help of James Bond, as spectators saw at the Olympics in London last summer, there will be a Big Ben and a very modern “gates of London” constructed for the event by Sam Lemheney’s designers and construction team lead by Gary Radin of GMR Design. As usual, the show’s architects will construct interpretations rather than re-creations of the buildings they choose to feature to emphasize the show’s themes. For Big Ben, there will be a tall tower made up of shiny metal to represent the lofty presence of the historic site. “The clock will be the tallest building we have ever constructed for the Flower Show,” Alan Jaffe, spokesman for the horticultural society, said. Like its namesake, the flower show clock will be impossible to escape due to its size, sound and volume. Of course, the towering clock will be surrounded with — what else? — flowers, which should soften its impact somewhat. The gates of London will

not be gray stone and marble, but rather a sort of papiermâché that takes the blue and white coloring well and is only expected to last for the 10-day duration of the show, not the hundreds of years that Big Ben and the gates were expected to exist. It is fun for a designer to produce something that will evoke a sentiment rather than something made of bricks and mortar made to last as close to forever as is practical. According to Sam Lemheney, the chief designer of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, each show is conceived and planned years in advance. The team is now working on the 2017 show. Lemheney said it was not really feasible to produce the British-themed show the same year as Queen Elizabeth’s diamond jubilee and the London Olympics in 2012. “We have many guests from around the world and last year there was a huge celebration for the diamond jubilee in Chelsea in London at their show,” Lemheney said. He said his team enjoys trying to re-create the experience of seeing architecture in London where “the old and the new are so close and a structure like Old Ben sits

America’s seventh president. The show has blossomed since into an event that now draws nearly 270,000 visitors annually. Lemheney said, “We have built the show into a powerhouse brand across the United States that has the same impact on the flower industry as the New York City Fashion Week has on the fashion industry.” The job is not all beautiful, fragrant flowers. It involves working with 3,500 volunteers in tasks including hauling 2,000 yards of mulch (that’s 30 tractor-trailer loads) and 18 in front of a modern hotel.” will enjoy great gardens and displays inspired by centuries truckloads of stone and block (Something like Philadelphia.) lectures from the world’s of British culture that will onto the convention floor. He said while Bond and most celebrated growers and traverse the royal palaces and As the Pennsylvania Queen Elizabeth II will not designers. The show will be mansions of England to the Horticultural Society’s largest be dropping out of airplanes, open at the Pennsylvania Con- home of Jack the Ripper with fundraising event of the year, there will be “Alice in vention Center for an extra his mysterious streets filled the show benefits a host of Wonderland”-style mazes day as the members and press with darkness and fog. On the programs, including commufor guests to make their way preview will be Friday, leavsunny side, there will also be a nity gardens, the city harvest through and little mystery ing Saturday, March 2, open manicured cricket field. program and vacant land guests popping in and out of for the first day of the show, Lemheney will oversee the management programs. the flower exhibits. and it closes March 10, now opening on Saturday, March 2. There will even be mysteri- including two weekends. In designing and supervising — This is a monthly column ous Mad Hatters dropping The architecture of today the flower show, he is buildabout architecture, urban in and out of the displays for and yesterday in Great Britain ing on a legacy that began planning and design. Diane children to count his appearwill be featured throughout in 1829, the year Andrew Fiske can be contacted at ances. Adults, of course, the convention center, with Jackson was inaugurated as Design for Big Ben (above) and London gates (below) by Gary Radin.

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by Adam Crugnale

Tacita Dean: A Correspondence

I Tacita Dean’s film “JG” will be screening at Arcadia University through April 21.

By Adam Crugnale Columnist

t could be argued that a lot of the romance has gone out of film. Film as an artistic medium, that is. As an artistic subject, on the other hand, it’s done quite well for itself. What we have come to know as film began around the turn of the century and was a much different and more involved process. In modern filmmaking, mistakes in the process can be taken out digitally, which creates what one film artist calls the “end of

risk era” in film. phic film. Arcadia University’s latest The footage itself is of the exhibit showarid deserts cases the work of Southern of internationCalifornia ally acclaimed and Utah. It artist Tacita also concerns Tacita Dean’s “JG” Dean. The itself with the will be on view exhibit, “Spiral Jetty,” at Arcadia University, titled “JG,” is a large-scale 450 S. Easton Road, Dean’s followsculpture by Glenside, PA 19038, through April 21. up to her American Admission free. 2011 project artist Robert Info: 215-572-2131 or “FILM.” Dean Smithson. departed from “There has her former been a masmedium — 16 sive, quantum millimeter film — and emshift in cinema,” said Dean, ploys looped 35mm anamorreflecting on her filming


process. “You can change everything later, using computers. Add a mole, take it away. Things like that. Most filming is risk-free now because mistakes can be edited out, digitally. So filming becomes lazier.” “JG” borrows inspiration from Dean’s correspondence with British author James Graham Ballard (1930-2009). “It was mostly about Robert and the Jetty,” Dean said in reference to her relationship with Ballard. It explores the relationship Please see Tacita Dean on A20

You are Invited…


from the Artist’s Studio panel discussion March 14, 4 p.m. Atrium, PCA&D Presented in conjunction with Reflections, Zeuxis Association of Still Life Painters. Exhibit continues in the Main Gallery through April 19. The panel participants are Robert Jessel, Sydney Licht, Margaret McCann, George Nick and Janice Nowinski. Moderator will be Heidi Leitzke, PCA&D Gallery Director. Visit for gallery hours and additional information.

Image: Sydney Licht, Still Life with Reflections, 2011, oil on linen, 18 x 24 in. Courtesy Kathryn Markel Fine Arts

Reflections exhibit and supporting activities at PCA&D are funded by a generous grant from The Richard C. von Hess Foundation.

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Dean puts the ‘romance’ back into filmmaking

would solve. “For me, he sort of carved out a mandala,” said between Ballard’s short story Dean of Smithson’s sculpture. “The Voices of Time” (1960) “It’s something I keep revisitand Smithson’s Jetty. Ballard’s ing, keep coming back to.” story concerns itself with the The Jetty was constructed theme of entropy — the break- in 1970 and took Smithson down of all things. Smithson six days to complete. Perhaps had expressed that the jetty Ballard’s interest in the should not be preserved, but sculpture was found in its left open to let the elements do spiral shape; nothing is spared what they do best. the spiral of entropy, and the Shortly before he died, shape even brings to mind the Ballard issued a challenge shape of our own Milky Way to Dean: use the jetty as a Galaxy, suggesting that even mystery, one that her film galaxies — as massive as they

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Tacita Dean, from A19

are — are subject to eventual decay, as are stars and planets, deserts and everything else we can imagine. Dean’s refusal to take part in the digital wave could be viewed as a metaphorical stand for traditional film. Dean’s films employ steady, long shots that foster a meditative atmosphere. “JG” will feature a voiceover by actor

Jim Broadbent and will be on view at Arcadia University through April 21. The opening reception featured an artist talk by Dean at 6:30 with free admission. Dean’s masterful skill of various filming techniques is what sets her apart. The negatives (glossy white strips with black, hole-punched edges) are exposed to light, which

Stills from Tacita Dean’s film “JG.”

creates a frame for the film. By exposing only partially at a time, she can mix mediums like time and place. Images appear to be etched onto the film, as if with a stencil, that calls to mind the desert and the jetty. This is referred to as aperture gate masking, a technique that Dean developed

for her films. “It’s made using very old techniques,” said Dean, who compared her creation to the old Western films our fathers and grandfathers loved so much. “For me, it’s about time. Future and past. It’s about the spiral in nature and its relation to film.”

Call For Artists & Entries DELAWARE VALLEY ART LEAGUE Open Call for Artists for Jury for FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS at ST DAVIDS CHURCH 4/26-5/5: March 8, 9 AM to 1 PM at Paoli Presbyterian Church, 225 S. Valley Road, Paoli, PA 19301. Juried by Maggie Hobson-Baker, assistant professor in studio art at Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA. All juried work should be picked up after the Delaware Valley Art League membership meeting (at the same location) promptly at 3 PM. New members may join the DVAL on this date and enter works to the jury. The dues for new members are $30 + a one time only joiner fee of $25. Please pay by check. We do not accept charge cards. The entry fee of $25 allows each member to enter up to 3 pieces each. The size is not to exceed 20” x 30”. All artists whose work has been juried-in may also submit up to 15 pieces of original, unframed art in bins. No reproductions will be accepted. There will be a commission (TBD) on all sold work. Additional information will be handed out to all artists whose work has been accepted regarding delivery date, time, etc. See for more information. The jury committee reserves the right to reject any work that does not adhere to above mentioned requirements or any that are not properly framed.

CALL FOR ENTREES John James Audubon Center Mill Grove, 1201 Pawlings Rd, Audubon, PA 19401 8th Annual Juried Art Show & Sale “Drawn From Nature” Open to All Artists Show Dates: April 13 – April 28 Cash Awards Prospectus available for download at documents/2013_final_prospectus.8.5_x_11.pdf

To receive a prospectus in the mail, call the Center at 610-666-5593, x101 Presented by the Audubon Center, the Valley Forge Audubon Society, and Lower Providence Township


AE 64th Anniversary Members Juried Exhibition April 3 - June 22, 2013 April 6, Sat. 1-4 pm Reception Numerous Cash & Merchandise Awards Widener University Art Center, One University Place, Chester, PA 19013-5792 March 8-9, Fri.-Sat. 10:30-3 pm, delivery of artwork for jurying Visit the website for a prospectus or mail a #10 SASE to: AE Prospectus 2013 103 Equestrian Lane, Schwenksville, PA 19473

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CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN SOUTHERN NJ Call for Artists Information: CFA/SNJ Theme Exhibit - “Lazy, Hazy Summer Days” August 6 - 27, 2012 CFA/SNJ Annual Open Juried Exhibit September 4 - 24, 2012 For prospectus to either exhibits send SASE to: CFA/SNJ, 123 S. Elmwood Rd., Marlton, NJ 08053 Telephone: 856-985-1009

WAYNE ART CENTER CRAFT FORMS 2013 CALL FOR ENTRIES Craft Forms 2013, 19th International Juried Exhibition Contemporary Fine Craft. December 6, 2013 – January 25, 2014. Juror: Lena Vigna, Curator of Exhibitions, Racine Art Museum. $6,000 + Awards. On-line Digital Entry Fee $40, Deadline, September 12, 2013.

ARTISTS & CRAFTERS WANTED 25th Annual Lansdale Festival of the Arts Saturday, August 24, 2013 Memorial Park, Lansdale, PA A juried exhibit & sale of fine art, handmade crafts, performing arts, cash awards, & more. Jury will be held Saturday, April 27th. For prospectus & jury Information 215-361-8353, or visit

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The Philadelphia Sketch Club 150th Annual Exhibition Of Small Oil Paintings (4/12 to 4/27/13)

Exhibit Dates: March 2, 2013 thru April 5, 2013


Hosted by Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists (MCGOPA)

Call for Entries. Entry Fee: $15 for one painting and $25 for two.

Venue: SPP Galleries, Philadelphia Inquirer Building, 800 Schuylkill River Road (Rte. 23 West between Rtes. 202 & 320) Conshohocken, PA 19438 Juror: Lisa Tremper Hanover, Director & CEO at James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA Drop Off Dates: Sunday, February 24, 2013, 1pm-3pm, Monday, February 25, 2013, 11am-2pm See Prospectus at for more details. MCGOPA is a 501c3 non-profit organization

April 27 - May 11, 2013

Croft Farm Arts Center 100 Borton’s Mill Road Cherry Hill, NJ Art Blooms is a two-week long festival of the arts that includes a juried exhibit of twodimensional works, an Earth Festival with crafters and vendors, coffee house and a concert. Submissions are being accepted for artists, crafters, poets and musicians. Contact us for submission information. or 856-488-7868

Jurors: James Erikson, Tish Ingersoll & George Thompson Hand Delivery: Friday, April 5 & Saturday April 6 (Noon to 5 PM) Reception: Sunday, April 14 (Awards at 3 PM) For Prospectus send SASE to: Sketch Club Small Oils Show 235 South Camac Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107, visit, or contact William C. Patterson (267) 664-2434

2013 Lancaster County Art Association National Juried Exhibition June 9- July 18, 2013 Featuring five art categories {oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography, sculpture and ceramics, other media}, and $3,000 in awards. Sponsor: James S. Gibson of the Gibson Luckenbill Group, RBC Wealth Management Deadline for submission is April 6, 2013. Open to all artists 18 years or older. Original work in all media is eligible. Work previously shown in the LCAA galleries will not be accepted. Artwork must have been completed in the past three years. $15 non-members, $10 members per piece; 3 piece max. $3,000 in total awards, $500 Best of Show, $300 First place each category, $200 Second place each category, $100 Third place each category The LCAA will retain a commission of 30%. Slides or digital images on CD accepted. Visit for prospectus and application, or send SASE. You may also call (717)687-7061. LCAA 149 Precision Ave. Strasburg, PA 17579 (717) 687-7061

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55 Years & Older ~~ Show & Sale ~~ May 17, 18 & 19

Works Eligible: Photography, Oil, Acrylic, Water Color, Pastel, Lithograph, Mixed Media, and Sculpture.

Please call for an application


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Wayne Art Center 7th Annual Plein Air Festival Call for Entries:

Wayne Art Center is pleased to announce a CALL FOR ENTRIES beginning January 1, 2013 for the 7th Annual Wayne Art Center Plein Air Festival open to artists working in the plein air method. Thirty artists will be chosen by this year’s juror, Jim Wodark to compete in the festival from May 6 - 10, 2013 in Wayne, Pennsylvania and its historic and pastoral surroundings. Works completed during the festival week will be judged for prizes amounting to up to $6000. The exhibition will open at a Preview Party and Artist’s Reception on May 10th. Paintings will remain on display, open to the public and for sale through June 28th. The Wayne Art Center 2013 Plein Air Festival prospectus can be downloaded at as of January 1, 2013. Deadline for entries is March 1, 2013.

Your resource for finding artists, soliciting entries, renting art studious and for promoting your service. For more information call 215-628-9300, ext. 226

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by Burton Wasserman

Spotlight on graphic technology and visual media Below, “Put*on,” for MAD, January 1971, Mort Drucker (born 1929). Ink on illustration board, 25 1/2 x 20 inches. Private Collection, © Mort Drucker. Illustration, from A17

sharp and independent character. By comparison, Sterling Hundley combines familiar art media with digital tools. His work has won significant awards for excellence and has appeared in major publications. He also serves students of communication art classes as a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. Ralph Eggleston served as an art director at Pixar Studios for “Toy Story,” the first full-length computer-animated film. He was also a production designer for such films as “Finding Nemo” and “WALL-E.” His imaginative imagery has been warmly praised for its exceptional feeling for color and composition. Many of the selections in the show can also be thought of as strange and unusual ports of call you might visit if you went traveling to exotic venues seen only in dreams. It takes artists in possession of a very special kind of aesthetic courage to project such never-never lands of the imagination and invite specta“State of the Art: tors to follow in Illustration 100 Years their tracks. after Howard Pyle” Above, The Atlantic continues at Reflecting Cover - second Delaware Art Museum, study, undated, further on the 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Milton Glaser (born exhibition, I am Wilmington, DE 19806. 1929). Colored inks especially imthrough June 1, 2013. on cardboard, 12 pressed with the Wednesday – Saturday, 1/2 x 10 inches; degree to which 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., & Milton Glaser Deexceptional Sundays, noon – 4 p.m. sign Study Center illustrators are Free admission Sundays. and Archives, perennially in Info: 302-571-9590 or School of Visual debt to serious Arts. painters and printmakers like Toulouse-Lautrec and Picasso who have made profound breakthroughs in the language of form from which they endlessly borrow new ways of addressing issues of image conception and execution.


Above, “School,” sequence pastel for “Finding Nemo” (Pixar Animation Studios, 2003), Ralph Eggleston (born 1965). Pastel on paper, 6 x 8 inches. Artwork provided by Pixar Animation Studio.

Above, “Scrat,” character study for “Ice Age” (Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 2009), Peter de Séve (born 1958). Colored pencil and wax crayon on vellum, 15 x 11 1/2 inches. TM & © 2012, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.

March 2013 Listings … DELAWARE COU .NEW CASTLE COUNTY THE BLUE STREAK GALLERY 1721 Delaware Ave. Wilmington DE, 19806 p: 302-429-0506 Tues-Fri 10am; Sat 10am-4pm Become a Fan on Facebook Exhibit info: The Blue Streak Gallery will have an Opening reception on March 1 from 5-8pm for Constance Moore Simon. "From Stilllife to Abstraction" will present a transition from her still-life gouache paintings to abstract gouache paintings The show continues until APRIL 2, 2013 REFRESHMENTS SERVED


2301 Kentmere Pkwy., Wilmington, DE 19806 p: 302-571-9590. Wed-Sat 10am4pm, Sun 12pm-4pm. Free admission Sundays. State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years After Howard Pyle On view thru June 1. This exhibition examines the work of eight important illustrators who have built on the traditional skills of Pyle's era to become significant voices in modern illustration. Gertrude Käsebier’s Photographs of the Eight: Portraits for Promotion On view thru July 7: This exhibition explores how the Eight—John Sloan and his contemporaries—used Gertrude Käsebier’s photography to promote themselves and their revolutionary 1908 exhibition. Howard Pyle: From Idea to Illustration with artist Ian Schoenherr March 9, 11am: Explores how Howard Pyle created his illustrations through sketches, studies, photographs, and more. Artful Salsa Dancing March 22, 7–9pm: Open to beginners and dancers with experience, this event will feature instruction, light snacks, and a cash bar. For more information call 302.571.9590 or 866.232.3714 (Toll free) visit

CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE ART GALLERY 200 College Drive, Blackwood, NJ 08012 Hours: Tues – Thurs: 1pm – 3pm Additional hours by reques p: 856-227-7200; ext 4201 admission Free; parking available in adjacent lot. Exhibit info: March --Artist Susan Hannah Rau brings her watercolor paintings to Ocean City Arts Center.


Exhibit info: Annual Student Art Exhibit Dates: April 17 – May 10, 2013Hours: Tues.-Thurs: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.Artists’ Reception: April 17, 2013, 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

"Meet the Artist" reception is Friday, March 8, 7pm to 8:30 pm. Arts Center will accept Photography for April Juried Photography show March 11 through March 26. Further info at

13th & Bern Streets, Reading, PA p: 610921-7541 fx; 610-921-7768 Hours: Tues 12-8pm, Wed-Fri 12-6pm, Sat & Sun 12-4pm Exhibit info: Prints from the Reading Public Museum, a Centennial Salute Through March 3, Freedman Gallery.

BURLINGTON COUNTY… CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY 123 South Elmwood Rd. Marlton, NJ 08053 Mon-Fri 10am-3pm; Wed 7-9pm p: 856-985-1009; fx: 856-985-7555

Women's History & CFA Theme Exhibition "Music For All Ages" March 4 - 25, 2013 Exhibit Reception: Thursday, March 14 from 7pm to 9pm


Stone Harbor, New Jersey PRESENTS

Benjamin Emerging Photographers Hannah Price: City of Brotherly Love & Glynnis Reed: Elements of Love March 19 at 2pm

Bouchra Khalili “The Seaman” Through March 8, Freedman Gallery. James Hyde Exhibit, Freedman Gallery – March 21 through April 14 Artist Lecture – Thursday March 21st, 4 -5pm, Klein Hall. Reception – Thursday, March 21st , 5 7pm

GoggleWorks Center for the Arts 201 Washington St. Reading, PA 610.374.4600 Hrs: Open Daily - 11am-7pm. email: Exhibition: Cohen Gallery: Thru March 3, Artists Equity at GoggleWorks Philadelphia/Tri-State Artists Equity -. For membership information, visit

Open daily, year ‘round 9400 Second Avenue Stone Harbor, NJ 609-368-6361



1735 Simpson Ave. Ocean City, NJ p: 609-399-7628 fx: 609-399-6145 Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-3pm

EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE 660 Rosedale Rd., Princeton, NJ, All exhibits are Free to the public. Hrs: Mon -Fri 9am-4pm p: 609-921-9000 Exhibit info: Brodsky Gallery: Through – March 20th Janis Blayne Paul, artisan, Karmic Stone-inspiration carved in stone art symbolizing good karma Conant Hall,Lounge B Gallery: Call for exhibit information

…BUCKS COUNTY …..... The Upstairs Gallery in Peddler’s Village Proudly Presents:

“Figuratively Speaking” March 17 – 18 a gallery group show featuring figure drawings, sketches, and life studies Shop #10 in the Courtyard at Peddler’s Village, Lahaska, PA. 215-794-8486. Hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri - Sat 10am-9pm. Sunday 11am-6pm

Doris Sams: A Retrospective: March 9 – April14. Reception; Fri. Mar. 8, 5:30 7:30pm Schmidt Gallery: 2013 Frank Schott Memorial Art Show: Art of Jazz/Berks Arts Council Reception: Friday, March 8, 5:30 – 7:30pm In conjunction with Berks Jazz Fest, the Frank Scott Memorial Art Show – “Art of Jazz is open to all media.. Work must be original and made within the past 3 years. The show’s juror is Robert Stickloon. Winner – 2011 Art of the State: Works on Paper..

…MERCER COUNTY…... Escape by Katherine Stanek, concrete

Gallery Tour with Hannah Price


Exhibit Information: Exhibit: Doily Diaries: A solo exhibition by Shannon Donovan. An installation of crochet doilies that have been dipped in porcelain slip and fired. Shannon has shown throughout the U.S. is a Philadelphia artist who now resides in the U.K. Classes: Pottery Wheel - Wednesdays, March 6-May 8, 11 am-2 pm, $200 Thursdays, March 7-May 2, 6-9 pm, $200 Advanced Pottery - Wednesdays, March 6-May 8, 6-9 pm, $200 Garden Art - Saturday, March 23, 1-4 pm, $40 Chip & Dip - Friday, March 8, 6-8 pm, $25 Kid's Pottery Wheel - Saturdays, March 2-23, 10 am-Noon, $75 Third Friday: March 15: Browse the Millville Glasstown Arts District

1400 Tanyard Rd, Sewell, p: 856-4152236 Mon-Fri 8am-10pm, Sat 8am-3pm Exhibits: Youth Art Month Exhibition at Gloucester County College features work by area students. Opening reception Friday, March 22 from 6:30-8:30 pm featuring live music and hands-on activities. Free admission. Through April 24, 2013


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…NEW JERSEY….... 101 Vera King Farris Dr. Galloway, NJ p: 609-652-4214 Exhibit infoThrough – March 27, 2013 : (closed 3/9-13 during spring break) Blue Like Me: The Paintings of Siona


FREEDMAN GALLERY – Albright College

Photography – The Museum's Works on Paper Gallery features a gathering of 22 black and white photographs from the 1930s through 1950, documenting her primary subject matter: dancers, portraits, landscapes and photomontages. The images are part of a recent gift/purchase Through May 5, 2013 – Jelly Belly® Masterpieces of Jelly Bean Art – This unique show includes eight masterpieces of art made entirely from Jelly Belly® jelly beans — each a sweet replica of a classic painting found in some of the world’s most prestigious museums.


500 Museum Rd., Reading, PA p: 610371-5850 fx: 610-375-5632 Tues - Sat 11am-5pm; Sun noon-5pm Exhibits: Through May 5, 2013 – Science & Art – See, hear and interact with works of art that illustrate how science and art intersect in real life. As you make their way through the exhibit, you're encouraged to listen to your inner scientist and indulge your inner artist. Now through May 5, 2013 – Barbara Morgan

DOYLESTOWN ART LEAGUE p: 215-348-2166 fx: 215-2301799 Membership: 215-997-9573 Classes: 215-257-7190 The March 7th meeting, Kass Morin Freeman will critique members artwork You may want to bring in a partially completed work that has you stumped. Kass AWS @ NWS attended Moore College of Art and Design and the The Tyler School of Fine Art. She is the recipient of more than one hundred regional, national & international awards in watercolor. DAL meets at the James Lorah Home at Broad and Main Streets, Doylestown.The meeting begins at 7:30pm and ends with a light social. For info. - Henery - 215-348-4065

March 2013 Listings JAMES A. MICHENER ART MUSEUM 138 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA p: 215-340-9800 Hrs: Tues-Fri 10am4:30pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun. 12-5pm Exhibits: The Mind’s Eye: 50 Years of Photography by Jerry Uelsmann - Thru April 28, 2013 The first retrospective in 40 years of celebrated master of contemporary photography and darkroom magician Jerry Uelsmann includes iconic examples of his famous technique: seamlessly fabricating photographs from apparently unrelated negatives, creating scenes both imaginary and intensely real. His work is at once witty, dreamlike, mysterious, and provocative. The exhibit contains some works never before exhibited. Paton | Smith| Della Penna-Fernberger Galleries; Fred Beans Gallery – Making Magic: Beauty in Word and Image - Thru March 31, 2013

PHOENIX VILLAGE ART CENTER – 207 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA p: 610-983-9430 fx: 610-983-9431: Gallery hours are 12-5pm Mon-Thurs, 128 Fri, 12 to 6 Sat. and Exhibit Info: Book Art Group Show celebrating Visual Artists To Transform Phoenixville Gallery Artists Doug Mott and Maryann Worrell will take over the entire Phoenix Village Art Center gallery this March with their new mixed media installation, “You Are Here.” The exhibition, which challenges viewers to participate and interact with the fantastic environment, changes the role of the gallery itself in the presentation of visual art. The free show opens Friday, March 1 with a reception, open to the public, from 6 to 9 p.m., and closes April 1st.






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Spring Classes: Spring Adult Classes

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Register for classes and workshops in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, mixed media, printmaking, photography, music, and yoga online at or call the office for more information at 610-5661713. Spring classes begin March 11.

Exhibits: Music on the Brandywine, May 9, 7:30 p.m., violist Ayane Kozasa and pianist Michael Djupstrom; Andrew Wyeth’s Ides of March: The Making of a Masterpiece, March 16 – May 19 explore this rarely-seen tempera and over 30 studies that were essential to creating the visual power and mystery of this masterpiece; Tools of the Artist: Egg Tempera Demonstration and Lecture, March 21, 11 a.m.; Kennett Symphony Children's Chorus Performance, March 23,2 p.m.- enjoy an excerpt from Wyeth Songs, an original work performed by the children's chorus. CHESTER CO. ART ASSOCIATION100 North Bradford Ave. West Chester PA p: 610-696-5600 fx: 610-918-1327 Hrs: Tues-Sat 9:30am-4pm Free Note the schedule of exhibitions on our website. West Chester: Through March 15, 2013 CCAA’s Love Exhibition and William Earle’s Solo Show Surfacing: The Abstract Effect - March 22 – April 19, 2013 Poetic Landscape Exhibition and Sandra Severson’s Solo Show Living Among Us Opening Reception: Thur, Mar.21 5-8pm Free Exton Square Studio: Spotlight on Local Artists Hours: Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11am-5pm

Tower Meeting – March 3, 2pm – 4pm The tower meeting is an open community meeting to brainstorm and discuss possible uses of the castle-like old water tower, an icon of the CAC property. Duke Gallery - March 8, 6 – 8 p.m. Exhibition Opening: Paper Space Exhibition - Works on Paper Lounge Gallery - March 8, 6 – 8 p.m. Exhibition Opening: Spring Semester Featured Teachers Friday Night, March 22, 7 – 10 p.m. Live Concert - Featured musicians – WoJamm and Shiron Denise – Jazzy Funk and More; Featured artists –Digital art by Drew Arata and Juan Dimida BYOB, light refreshments served, $10

DARLINGTON ARTS CENTER – 977 Shavertown Rd., Boothwyn, PA p: 610-358-3632 fx: 610-358-2018 Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 9am-4pm, Clsd Sun Exhibit: Jeanne Bruneau, Pastel Pastiche: A Potpurri of Impressions From Around the Delaware Valley Opening reception: Sunday, March 3, 24pm. Exhibit runs through March 28. Early Registration for Summer Arts Camp 2013: Sign up before April 1st and save 10%! Camp info and registration at or call (610) 358-

3632. Belfast Connection – Irish Folk – Coffee House Concert, Friday March 8: tickets and info online March Workshops for Adults and Kids: Photography, Fashion Illustration, Portraiture, and Spring Break workshops. For more information, please visit


Spring Juried Show at Penn Medicine @Radnor- March 2 – May 4, 2013 250 King of Prussia Rd, Radnor, PA 19087. Fri., March 8, 2013, 1- 3 PM: Membership business meeting followed by a demonstration using gouache by Steve Zazenski, internationally renowned artist. The public is invited to the demonstration! Jury for St. David’s Art Festival ExhibitionUp to 3 paintings may be submitted for 1 entry fee of $25 from 10 AM. to 1 PM. All work must be 20” x 30" or smaller. Open to all members. New membership applications will be accepted until 1 PM when the jury doors are closed. March 15th Workshop – to be announced Paoli Presbyterian Church, 25 South Valley Rd, Paoli, PA 19301 Artist of the Month Series Tredyffrin Township Building in Chesterbrook, 1100 DuPortail Road Berwyn, PA. - Monday- Friday – 8 AM4:30 PM Closed Weekends DVAL, founded in 1947, is a non-profit association of professional artists that exists to promote interest in the fine arts within the community & to advance the skill and creativity of its membership. Check for more exhibits, workshops and information about membership: LIKE us on Facebook at

...LANCASTER COUNTY. CHRISTIANE DAVID GALLERY 112 N. Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603 Hrs. during March: Tue – Thurs & Sat, 10am – 5pm; Fridays 10am – 6pm; 1st Fri. of Month, 10am – 9pm Phone: 717/293-0809; or email: Exhibition: Christiane David's gallery will be alive with lots of cute critters this month when she presents her show "Dogs and Animals Galore" Whether a horse, a dog or a pig, there is intensity and soulful mystery in every animal Christiane paints. She goes far beyond the composition to bring out a penetrating expression deep within the animals eyes. Through her use of light, color and adventurous style, every animal in this exhibit takes on a life of its own.

LANCASTER COUNTY ART ASSOCIATION149 Precision Ave., Strasburg, PA 17579 p:717-687-7061 Hrs: Wed-Sun 1pm-5pm All exhibits are Free, open to the public & handicapped accessible. Exhibit information: Kauffman Gallery

March 17 - April 18 - Emerald Expressions -, the Lancaster County Art Association will host a judged, membership art exhibit; open to the public featuring artwork based on the color green. The public opening reception will be held on Sunday March 17th, from 1pm to 5pm. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Admission is free. Please call for further information, (717) 6877061, or to become a member of the art association. Steinmetz Gallery - Sally McCandless Memorial Exhibit; There will be a reception on Sunday, March 17. The public is invited and admission is free.

PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN 204 North Prince Street, Lancaster, PA p: 717-396-7833 Main Gallery Hrs. Mon-Fri 8am - 4:30pm; Sat. Hrs. 9am – 5pm during School year. Mar. 8 – Apr. 19: "Reflections," an exhibit of works by Zeuxis, an association of still life painters. Mar. 14 at 4 p.m.: Panel discussion with members of Zeuxis; moderated by Heidi Leitzke, PCA&D gallery director. Details at Mar. 23 from 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.: Admissions Open House. BFA degrees in fine art, illustration, graphic design and photography. Portfolio reviews, meet faculty and students, take tours; learn about financial aid and portfolio preparation workshops for high school students. Register at April 5 from 5 – 9 p.m.: Meet artists of "Reflections" during First Friday. "Reflections" exhibit and panel discussion are made possible through a generous grant from The Richard C. von Hess Foundation.



THE GREAT FRAME UP302 West Lancaster Ave. Wayne, PA 19087 p: 610-687-3060 fx: 610-995-2215 Hrs: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Wed. 10am-9pm, 1st Fridays 10am-8pm, Sat 10am-5pm Exhibit Info: Our March, First Friday Show will feature artwork by Tom Curley. On display and for sale will be original oils, acrylics and also illustrations. We are celebrating five years of First Friday Art Shows, and we want to show our appreciation for everyone who has come to our shows. The opening reception is from 5pm to 8pm on Friday March 1st, 2013 and will include refreshments and light fare. The artwork will be shown and for sale the entire month of March. Come celebrate with us and check out the amazing talent of Tom Curley.

LAWRENCE GALLERY – Rosemont College 1400 Montgomery Ave, Rosemont PA p: 610-526-2967 Mon-Fri 9am-8pm; weekends by appointment. . ion=ViewSinglePublic&LinkID=751&ModuleID=19 Exhibit info: The Eye of the Collector: The Jewish Vision of Sigmund R. Balka Thru March 18 in Rosemont College’s Lawrence Gallery. The exhibit is courtesy of Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion Museum. The exhibit features more than forty pieces from the Sigmund R. Balka collection. Mr. Balka graduated from Central High School in Phila. and has a longstanding relationship with the Philadelphia area.

MAIN LINE ART CENTER – 746 Panmure Rd, Haverford, PA phone: 610-525-0272 fx: 610-525-5036 Hrs: Mon-Thurs 10am-8pm; Sat 10am-4pm, Clsd Sun. For information on activities: Lots of Free pkg. Exhibit Info: Artini: Sip & Spin - Fri., March 8, 6:30-9 pm - This Young Friends (ages 21-49) event starts off with wine and cheese while you explore our Professional Artists’ Exhibition. Then, the party moves to the Ceramics Studio for an intro to clay throwing on pottery wheels. Limited space so RSVP early to YF Members- Free; Gen. Members/NonMembers: $20 couples, $15 singles Professional Artists’ Exhibition: Thru. March 12 – Professional Artists’ Exhibition, features 2-and 3-D works by community’s most talented, prof. artists. Urban Pop - Betsy Meyer Memorial Exhibition; March 20-April 12 Artist Talk & Opening Reception: Fri., March 22, 5:30-8:30 pm Artist Talk: 5:30-6:30 pm; Reception: 6:30-8:30 pm Featuring artists Leslie Friedman, DISTORT, and Jay Walker, Urban Pop, exhibition influenced by Pop Art and urban culture. Lecture: The Global Art Scene: Philadelphia to Shanghai March 28, 6:30-8 pm, presented by Roberta Fallon & Libby Rosof. Free and open public but space is limited, so register early by calling 610.525.0272.

MAIN LINE UNITARIAN CHURCH 816 S. Valley Forge Rd, Devon, PA 484-341-8014 or visit for info/directions Hrs: Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm; Sun 9am-noon The Public is Welcome! Exhibit: "Shades of Green" ARTSISTERS - a group of 25 area professional women visual artists whose mission is to empower each other and the community through art. Their work with a "Green" theme, paintings made of recycled art, will be in the Fireside Gallery through March 17th. The centerpiece of the show is a huge painting made of four 38" panels where each of the artists contributed work to be recycled and blended into one large

March 2013 Listings piece. 816 S. Valley Forge Rd., Devon Pa. Hrs are Mon thru Fri from 9am to 4:30pm & Sun: 9am to 2pm Contact Mary Kane for info 484-341-8014.

ST JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY GALLERY Merion Hall, Maguire Campus, 376 N. Latches Lane, Merion Station p: 610-6601845 Hrs: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 10am1pm Exhibit Info: Merion Hall Gallery "A Call to Vision - A Jesuit's Perspective on the World"; Photos by Don Doll, SJ - Through April 2, 2013 closed for Spring Break March 4-9 and for Easter March 28 - April 1 Artist will lecture on his photo-journalistic work with the Jesuit Refugee Service in Africa and the Middle East on Thursday, Feb 28 at 5pm in the Cardinal Foley Campus Commons followed by a reception in the gallery from 6-8 pm. Free public event. Kindly RSVP to for this event. Boland Hall Student and Alumni Gallery Hand-built and thrown ceramic work by students from Professor Jury Smith's Advanced Ceramics class March 5-27, 2013


413 Maplewood Ave, Wayne, PA p: 610-688-3553 f: 610-995-0478, visit for full schedule of events, pricing and to register for classes. Exhibitions: In our Davenport Gallery: Expressions of Radnor, through March 16, 2013 - An Exhibition of Artworks by Radnor Township Residents Juried by Teresa DeSeve, Wayne Art Center Faculty Member. Spring Off the Wall, Friday, March 22, 6:00 – 9:00 pm. An Evening of “Fun”raising with the sale of 8 X 10” Original Artworks by Local Artists. Cuisine, Refreshments and Music. or 610-688-3553 for tickets In our Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Gallery: Elsewhere: Recent Works by Jim Cobb, through March 16, 2013. An Exhibition of Paintings by Local Artist. Pottery Sale - March 23rd to 30th In our ESCS Gallery Shops: Gallery Shops: Open Monday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Gallery Shop offers hand-made ceramics, glass, wood, jewelry, fiber, apparel, photographs and paintings by regional artists for purchase! Support Made in USA. For a full schedule of Art Center Events, Classes, Workshops, and other Activities, Please call 610-688-3553 ext 208 for more information, or visit our website at

VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY – Connelly Center, 2nd Flr., 800 Lancaster Ave, Villanova p: 610-519-4612 fx: 610519-6046. Open daily 9am-5pm. Call for weekend and extended hrs., or visit

website: Exhibit info: "Calligraphic Inspiration: The Art of Lampo Leong, February 22 - April 18, 2013. Lecture & Calligraphy Demo: Friday, February 22, 3 pm, Connelly Center Cinema. Reception in the Art Gallery 5-7 pm..

MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHELTENHAM CENTER FOR THE ARTS 439 Ashbourne Rd. Cheltenham, 19012 Gallery hrs. 10am – 3pm, Mon – Fri., call for weekend hrs. Phone: 215.379.4660 Exhibit Info: 72nd Annual Member Show Current – DOWNsized, thru March 9th Children’s Art Show Opening March 17, 2013 12-4pm March 17 – April 7, 2013

MONTGOMERY COUNTY GUILD OF PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS (MCGOPA) JOIN MCGOPA Send email to Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists (MCGOPA) hosts "THE WORLD OF THE PROFESSIONAL ARTIST" -- a juried exhibit Juror: Lisa Tremper Hanover, Director & CEO at James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA Exhibit Dates: March 2, thru April 5, FREE Opening Reception: Saturday, March 2, 2013, 4-6pm VENUE: SPP Galleries The Inquirer Building; 800 Schuylkill River Road (Rt. 23), between Rts. 202 & 320; West Conshohocken,PA 19428; Tel: 610-803-3248; MCGOPA is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Maria Solomon, President / Greg Hunt, Gallery Director / Lucretia Coleman, Public Relations / For more info, visit

NORTH PENN ART ALLIANCE – All meetings are at 521 W. Main Street, Lansdale for a prospectus. All presentations and meetings are open to the public. Please visit us at or call us at 215-393-9110. North Penn Arts Alliance will meet on April 3, 2013 at 521 W. Main St., Lansdale, PA The presentation will be "Preparing for a Show" as we gear up for the 19th Annual Members Show. Discussion will be on framing, presentation of Junior Artist work and our frame donation. Need frames for your pieces - select from our collection of donated frames for a donation back to the NPAA. The doors open at 6:30pm and the meeting gets underway at 7:00pm. For information about the North Penn Arts Alliance visit us at


Celebrating our 70th Year Beginner to Advanced Adult classes in Watercolor, Pastels, Acrylic / Oil, and mixed media. Children's Saturday Classes

New Class "Introduction to Mixed Media" Dae Reebeck Sanchez -Thur eve. 7-9 pm, 5 weeks begin April 4th Photography Show Mar 16 & 17; Gallery Hrs 12-5pm Reception Sunday from 3 to 5pm with Awards at 4:30pm. Juror Rick Wright Monthly Meeting - Valetta "It's been a lifetime of learning to be an artist" – Sun., Mar10, 2pm Free and Open to the Public Workshop with Madeleine Kelly Exploration of painting tools using various mediums, Saturday March 2nd, 10am to 3pm - Cost: $55 members/$65 non-members Workshop with Pat DeVirgilis Fluid Acrylic Painting Saturday March 23rd, 10am to 3pm. Cost: $55 members/$65 non-members For more information call 610-539-3393 or visit 800 W Germantown Pike, East Norriton PA

JOHN JAMES AUDUBON CENTER AT MILL GROVE 1201 Pawlings Rd, Audubon p: 610-6665593; ext 101 Hrs: Tues-Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 1pm-4pm; Clsd Mon & major holidays

Exhibit Info: Tattoo’ed Nature by Troy Timpel and Billy Ho, Mar.17 – Aug 25


Ambler Center, 45 Forest Avenue Ambler, PA. Secure parking lot! Elevator! Beautiful facility! Call for brochure. 215-653-0878 Visit us at our new location -- call or check our website for directions. Spring Member Show & Sale March 2 – April 13 Horsham Township Library 435 Babylon Road, Horsham, PA 19044 Deliver 2 paintings to the Library Saturday, March 2, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Membership dues may be paid at drop-off Juror of Awards Susanne Okamoto Reception and awards presentation April 13, 3 - 4 p.m. For prospectus call Marita McVeigh, 215285-2620, or go to Interested in an evening class? Call Diane at 215-885-1645 for information. Want more opportunities to exhibit your work? Call OAC now! Check out our new class schedule! Howard Watson! Felicia Foster! Diane Maurer! Kass Morin Freeman! Plus plenty of opportunities to exhibit your work. Call for a brochure today.

420 E. Packer Ave., Bethlehem, PA p: 610-758-3615 Exhibits: MAIN GALLERY - ZOELLNER ARTS CENTER: THRU May 19: JOAN MITCHELL: AN AMERICAN MASTER, Courtesy of Joan Mitchell Foundation, NY. Paintings and works-on-paper by the noted Abstract Expressionist Joan Mitchell Foundation Lecture/Reception: Mar. 21 at 5 p.m. – Speaker TBA DUBOIS GALLERY, MAGINNES HALL Through May 24: ABSTRACTION X 7: PETER BERG, GORDON HOUSE, MARÍA MARTÍNEZ-CANAS, CONRAD MARCA-RELLI, RALPH GIBSON, AARON SISKIND, MARK TOBEY Photography and prints from the LUAG Teaching Collection THE GALLERY AT RAUCH BUSINESS CENTER Through May 24: ABSTRACTION X 2: KAREL APPEL, LOUIS STETTNER Prints and photography from The LUAG Teaching Collection SIEGEL GALLERY, IACOCCA HALL Through May 31: AREA ARTISTS 2013 a biennial exhibition. ADRIANO FARINELLA – paintings – landscapes as metaphors of change LES FLETCHER - paintings & works on paper – formal organization of pictorial space DANIEL PAASHAUS - photography elaborate constructed portraiture KRISTA STEINKE - photographic series on “Purgatory Road” Artists’ Gallery Talk & Recept: April 18

…PHILADELPHIA.. …CENTER CITY…___ PHILADELPHIA SKETCH CLUB 235 S. Camac St. between 12th & 13th, Locust & Spruce Sts. Wed., Fri - Sun 1 - 5pm Visit our website for up to date listings. call 215-545-9298 Where artists grow. 4

March 8 to March 23, 2013 ART OF THE FLOWER Floral Themes - Diverse Mediums Reception: Sunday, March 10, 2 to 4 PM March 2 to March 31 Paintings by Sherry McVickar "IN THE BEST LIGHT" April 12 to April 27, 2013 150th SMALL OILS EXHIBITION Entries accepted April 5 & 6 See website for details Visit above website for life, clothed model and print workshop schedules.

PHILADELPHIA FOUNDATION – The Community Art Gallery 1234 Market St., Suite 1800, Phila. PA p: 215-563-6417. Hrs: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Exhibit info: Through April 19 Fresh Eyes/Fresh Artists An exhibition featuring work by Philadelphia students who have partnered with Fresh Artists to leverage their creativity to support funding of school art programs. Fresh Artists reproduces the student work to enliven corporate workspaces, with the proceeds used to fund art supplies and innovative programs. In this way, the students become both philanthropists and agents of change .



9201 Germantown Ave. Corner of Germantown Ave. and Bells Mill Rd. p: 215-247-0476 Hrs: Tues-Thurs 10am5pm; Fri 10am-8:45pm; Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 10am-5pm Visit website for information on exhibits, lectures, events & classes: Sundays through March 3: Classic Sundays: Opera, Chamber, and Classical. 3:00pm-4:30pm. Saturdays through March 9: Family Fun Workshops in the Studio: Fairy Tales & Magic- for ages 4-10. 12:30 – 2:30pm On-going through March 17, 2013: Just In: Recent Acquisitions in the Collection of Woodmere Art Museum. This exhibition focuses on several active areas of collecting and promised gifts from the last two years including works from Pennsylvania Impressionists. On-going through March 31, 2013: Art Uncorked. Select evenings. 7:00-9:00 p.m. Registration required. Create a work of art while sipping on a glass of wine in a fun and social atmosphere. Fridays through April 26: Friday Night Jazz. 6:00-8:00 p.m Tuesdays through April 30: Tuesday Night at the Movies. 7:00-9:00pm. Doors open at 6:30pm. On-going through May 5, 2013: The Philip Jamison Collection. This exhibition celebrates Jamison’s transformative promised gift of almost one hundred works of art from his collection to Woodmere. On-going through May 5, 2013: Philip Jamison Watercolor: The Spirit of Chester County.

…MANAYUNK COUNTY MANAYUNK –ROXBOROUGH ART CENTER 419 Green Lane(rear), between Mitchell & Pechin Sts., Phila PA, 19128 Beginning Painting and Children’s Classes. For info: 215-482-3363; hrs: Sat & Sun 10am-4pm Admission is free –donations encouraged. Exhibits: This year’s Annual Members’ Show at the Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center (MRAC) will take place in March. All MRAC members are eligible to

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Friday, March 1 Blue Streak Gallery, 5 – 8pm, Wilmington, DE Phoenix Village Art Center, 6 – 9pm, Phoenixville, PA Muse Gallery, 5 - 8pm, Philadelphia, PA Third Street Gallery, 5 – 9pm, Philadelphia, PA The Great Frame Up, 5 - 8pm, Wayne, PA Saturday, March 2 Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists (MCOPA), 4 – 6pm Conshohocken, PA Sunday, March 3 Darlington Art Center, 2 – 4pm, Boothwyn, PA Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center, Noon – 3pm, Phila., PA Third Street Gallery, 1 – 5pm, Philadelphia, PA Friday, March 8 Ocean City Art Center, 7 – 8:30, Ocean City, NJ Community Arts Center, 6 – 8pm, Wallingford, PA Goggle Works, 5:30 – 8:30pm, Reading, PA

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sunday, March 10 Philadelphia Sketch Club, 2 – 4pm, Phila., PA Thursday, March 14 Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey, 7 – 9pm, Marlton, NJ Sunday, March 17 Lancaster County Art Association, 1 – 5pm, Strasburg, PA Cheltenham Center For the Arts, Noon - 4pm, Cheltenham, PA Greater Norristown Art League Thursday, March 21 Chester County Art Association, 1 - 4pm, West Chester, PA Freedman Gallery, Albright College, 5 - 7pm, Reading, PA Friday, March 22 Main Line Art Center, 5:30 – 8:30pm, Haverford, PA

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