Thursday, November 30, 2006

Holiday Stitch, 12/1

'Tis that season, so think about bringing some art home as a gift for someone on your list, or maybe as a much needed treat for yourself (holiday shopping can be so stressful).

Friday, December 1, Kathryn Pannepacker is opening her studio up for a "blow-out sale of weavings and paintings." She promises "holiday refreshments and cheer with a focus on studio sales!" 7-9pm, 915 Spring Garden Street, entrance on Percy Street, studio #109.

Above, Peace Flag, Tapestry technique: wool, cotton, silk, jute, acrylic, and aluminum foil, 46" x 52" by Kathryn Pannepacker

Use the links on the sidebar on the right to watch my video of Kathryn at work.

Monday, November 13, 2006

David Foss, exhibitions

David Foss is one busy painter, and deservedly so. Following are shows that you can go visit now. Use the links on the sidebar of this page to watch the videos I made of Dave.

"The Natural World Unveiled"
Lankenau Institute for Medical Research
Wynnewood, PA

"ReMix: Wax and the Intuitive Process"
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Williamsport, PA

Hopkins House Gallery
Haddon Township, NJ

"2006 Invitational"
Pfenninger Gallery
Lancaster, PA

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Nic Coviello at Nexus

It seems like the art season gets shorter and shorter. In previous years things really got rolling in September. As far as I am concerned, this year it didn't get started until November. Let's hope it goes well beyond the holidays.

Nic Coviello is showing at Nexus this month. See Nic in the video that I made of him in his studio and at the Forbidden Trail near his home in Chestnut Hill, PA. The sidebar of this page lists all the videos. More of his work can be seen online at Inliquid.

Saturday, November 11, 2006

Douglas Witmer, exhibitions

P. Timothy Gierschick II, has some very interesting things to say about the work of artist Douglas Witmer on his blog. Douglas also has a blog with more images and information for this and other exhibitions he is involved with. I taped Douglas in his former studio and around his West Philadelphia neighborhood, check it out on the sidebar of this page.