The deadline for the next round of InLiquid membership review is October 30. Below, you can view images and tidbits about some of the artists who joined us in the previous round.
#MemberBenefit: InLiquid works with a number of venues to host both regular exhibitions. These include:
The Café Gallery at the Painted Bride Art Center (4 per year)
Old City: 200 Vine Street, Philadelphia
The Hall at Crane Arts (4–5 a year)
Kensington: 1400 N. American Street, Piladelphia
International House Philadelphia
West Philly: 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
The Vestibule at Old City Publishing (4–5 a year)
Northern Liberties: 628 N 2nd Street, Philadelphia
SundanceTV – (2 a year)
New York City
Rivers Edge Gallery at Bridgeton House – NEW
1525 River Road, Bridgeton, PA
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embarked on a new project this year– portrait painting - after turning 60, the birth of her first grandchild, and the marriage of her daughter.
Two Brides, 2013, aqueous media, 22” x 30”
“Research the subject
View fantasies, watch memories
Map movements in space”
Entanglement, 2013, oil and Sharpie on linen, 72” x 96”
has appeared as a professional performer and puppeteer for over a decade, and currently serves as an at-large board member for the Greater Philadelphia Area Puppetry Guild.
Tree House #1, 2013, popsicle sticks, wire, tree branch, 34” x 16” x 4”
as a filmmaker has produced three short films that combine 16mm, 8mm, and Video, all of which have been selected to be shown at premier cinemas including the Gene Siskel Film Center in downtown Chicago.
Tunneled, 2013, digital mixed media, 24” x 30”
Part printmaker and part sculptor, takes elemental forms of the natural and manmade world into her studio and carefully transforms them by stacking, stringing, layering, knotting, and weaving them into dimensional sculpture for public and private spaces.
Tree Constituted, 2012, paper mache cups, discarded office papers, approximately 7’ x 10’
tries to relive memories through the meticulous act of cutting. Using images that are common in the public domain makes them familiar to the viewer, leaving room for interpretation and the possibility of emotional closeness.
1998, 2014, drawing, 16” x 20”
uses a variety of methods and materials to create art about color and spirituality. Each work is a celebration of the imagination and of nature.
Delight and Rest, 2009, mixed media on canvas, 46” x 34”
Carol J Forman
Each image is printed on Bamboo Photographic Paper to help maintain the depth of the organic nature of the subject.
Detail from the interiors of Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, PA
is one of a very few artists today experimenting with fresco, a permanent medium with rigid technical demands, in case you happen to have an empty wall.
Exile, 2014, beeswax, pigment, oil, ink on linen, 60” x 80”
Rebecca Jacoby —
works with an impulse towards mark making and a love of process, color and texture.
Glissade2011, oil, acrylic, pastel and collage on canvas, 36” x 34”