Abstract paintings at Bittersweet Cafe in Media, PA through April 20, 2018

Bittersweet Cafe

18 S. Orange Street

Media, PA. 19063

 

The Impact of Art: artists find refuge and regeneration through their art

Anne Elliot  Karen Fitzgerald  Shellie Jacobson  Charlene Lutz  

Sarah Morejohn  Maria Pisano

Art Times Two

The gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine

731 Alexander Road Suite 200

Princeton, NJ. 08540

The dates for this show are: February-August 2018

Reception February 6, 2018

5:30-7:30 PM

Additional information about an artist talk and closing reception are coming soon

 

Charlene Lutz: Through These Walls

January 3, 2018 - January 28, 2018

Muse Gallery Solo Exhibition

Philadelphia, PA.- Lutz’s work explores the trauma of sexual abuse and incest in childhood and the long-standing consequences of these experiences. Ultimately, she seeks to raise social awareness, help to eliminate victim stigma and bring the full impact of sexual trauma into open discussion. As a survivor of incest and emotional abuse the artist’s life experiences deeply influence her work. Mark-making, texture, and vibrant color resonate with her, resulting in “raw, emotional paintings attempting to express the chaotic, quiet, fragmented memory left inside of me.”

The dates for this show are January 3-January 28, 2018.

First Friday-January 5, 2018 from 5-8 PM  

Artist Reception- January 13, 2018 from 2-5 PM

Muse Gallery

52 North 2nd Street

Philadelphia, PA. 19106

215.627.5310

www.musegalleryphiladelphia.com

 

November 29 - December 31, 2017

ARTIST RECEPTION: 

Sunday, December 10, 2017

1 - 5pm

FIRST FRIDAY

December 1, 2017

5 - 8 pm

Muse Gallery presents an exhibition of small works in oil, acrylic, watercolor, print, photography, mixed media and sculpture. Current and past members have created 8” x 8” artworks which will be sold for $40 each.  This unique opportunity supports the first women’s cooperative gallery in Philadelphia and celebrates our vibrant artistic community.  In 1977, Muse offered women the opportunity to shine and still does after 40 years.

Muse Gallery

52 North Second Street
Old City, Philadelphia 19106

215. 627. 5310

www.musegalleryphiladelphia.com