The Winter Show will run from January 22 through April 9, with each of these contemporary artists bringing something fresh to the gallery. The show will include abstract, mixed media, and figurative art.
The Winter Show will feature the artwork of:
Anthony Smith's work coalesce into vibrant worlds where he often plays out moral, political or philosophical fantasies using calligraphic gestures that feel vaguely calligraphic. Explore his work during the 2019 Holiday Show.
Egidio Galgano sees his approach to painting as a parallel to performing progressive jazz.
Joe Billera's life as a painter began in 1985, though he has “doodled” since grade school, being greatly influenced by the drawings of John Lennon and Paul Klee.
Katelyn Lau is most interested in capturing the moods, expressions and overall likeness of her subjects, and gains a sense of accomplishment from exploring different techniques.
Using stone, sea glass, shells, fossils, and art beads Staci Louise Smith creates all of her jewelry and components by hand in her home in South Eastern PA. Purchase her art here.