From the press release “The Schuylkill Gallery, located in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia, is pleased to showcase an exhibition featuring Jena Campbell’s recent paintings. The exhibit will be on display from September 15th through October 13th. The artist’s reception will be held on Saturday, September 22nd from 4 – 7 PM.
Jena Campbell’s most recent abstract paintings on display are the result of numerous applications of color and texture, which evoke a sense of depth, light and movement. Campbell’s use of color and texture create an atmosphere that is ever changing and moving. Her oil paintings give the impression of a transitory shimmer of brightness emerging from a rich black and brown gloom. Each image is an intention “to create an experience between you and the canvas¡± to foster self-reflection and awareness.
Jena Campbell studies and creates art in Philadelphia. She has displayed her works in numerous Philadelphia galleries and she has been the recipient of the Thouron Prize, Charles Toppan Prize, Earl T. Donelson Figure Painting Award and the Cast Painting Prize. Campbell is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and is currently working towards her BFA at the University of Pennsylvania.
Schuylkill Gallery, 3510 Scotts Lane, is located in East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia. If driving, take Kelly Drive to S. Ferry Avenue. Turn right if coming from Center City, left if coming from points North. At the next street, Ridge Avenue, turn right. Scotts Lane is the first street on the left. The Mills at East Falls is on your right. Gallery Hours are Thursday- Sunday, 12-5, and by Appointment. Admission is free. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-287-9963.”
Graduate program faculty member Osvaldo Romberg sends us images from his show at the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires.
“The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) is pleased to present “Eileen Neff: Between Us.” This exhibition of over thirty photographs by the Philadelphia artist Eileen Neff will be on view in the second floor gallery from September 7-December 16, 2007. Focusing on the past ten years, the exhibition traces a fascinating and critical shift from the camera to the computer. Five early works establish the foundations of Neff’s photo-based practice in sculpture and painting. A video debuts a new foray into the moving image. This is the second major presentation of Neff’s work at ICA. Following its debut at Artists Space in New York, her installation The Mountain a Bed and a Chair was presented in in 1992 at ICA.”
September 7- December 16, 2007
Opening reception: Thursday, September 6, 6-8PM
Reception is free and open to the public
Conversation: Eileen Neff and Jeremy Sigler
Whenever Wednesday, October 17, 7PM
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
118 SOUTH 36TH STREET
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19104-3289
John Horn: A Sculptor’s Working Drawing
September 5- 28, 2007
Michell Hall Lobby
Church and Sharpless Streets
West Chester, PA 19383
Doug Martenson is featured in the show “MAINELY MAINE:Landscape Paintings from Maine and Beyond“
Representational Paintings and Sculptures
September 5th thru 29th, 2007
Opening Reception for the Artists:
Saturday, September 8th from 1-4
At the Sherry French Gallery, 601 WEST 26TH STREET, 13TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 1001-1101, 212-647-8867
Slought Foundation, a non-profit organization rethinking contemporary art, is pleased to announce “Grotto,” a camera obscura installation by Philadelphia-based artist Richard Torchia. The exhibition will be on display in the front gallery at Slought Foundation from April 5, 2007-May 30, 2007. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, April 5th, 2007 from 5:00-7:00pm, with a public conversation with artists Richard Torchia and George Quasha at 6pm.
Eric Chen Imavision Gallery
April 1st – 30th 2007
Weisman will also be exhibiting at the
Art International, China
“Gary Weisman: Sculpture” article will be in the April issue of “American Art Collector” periodical