Things will be shaking on Gallery Row during ArtWalk on October 2 & 3. More details are here.
With 10 of the 31 participating galleries within the three block area, everyone is sure to descend upon Gallery Row to see what’s new. Today we’ll start at Walnut St and head south:
Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen – 252 N. Prince St
Currently running In the Kitchen, a collection of functional handmade crafts, the Guild is hosting Tracy Shue Cross on Sunday for a meet the artist event. Tracy is a maker of pewter children’s utensils with whimsical characters.
Isadore Gallery – 228 N. Prince St
Only three or four doors down from the Guild’s store is Isadore Gallery featuring still life, landscape and figurative watercolors by local artist Denny Bond and ceramic plates, vessels and jewelry by Pennsylvania artist Klara Borbas.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design – 204 N. Prince St
PCAD is showcasing The Mosaic Project: Diane Edison & Jerry Pinkney. The Mosaic Project exhibit features intense and realistic portraits by Diane Edison and illuminating and introspective illustrations by Jerry Pinkney. Through their work, both artists explore themes of individual discovery and cultural identity. This is a powerful exhibit that everyone should be sure to see.
Pencilworks Studios and Gallery – 154 N. Prince St
Best known as the brick building emblazoned with ‘Gallery Row,’ Pencilworks is the creation of 2-D artist Carl Woerner and features other resident artisans Christopher Fielding and Pat Rosenberger. All of them are on hand ArtWalk weekend to meet and greet and talk about their work. Stop in!