Thursday, February 12, 2015

TODAY | Creative in Seth Apter's 
online project

February 1992 | Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
When I bought my house in 1992, it had been boarded up and vacant for over 10 years. 
The front door was an 8' x 4' plywood board with a large chain lock on it.
All the original 24 windows had been removed and plywood put in their place.  
There was no electricity or water.
All the brass water pipes had been stolen.
There was a huge hole in the roof allowing the rain and snow to flow freely into the empty 4th floor bedrooms.  
Most of the original late Victorian details had been removed by vandals while the house stood vacant.
The plaster had fallen off the walls and lay in huge piles on the floor. 
Friends have called it the Addams Family house, but my home represents the opportunity to express my true love, color.

Today | February 2015

Artists in order of appearance:
Richard Thomas
Martine Arranz
Ian Trask

Monday, February 9, 2015

InLiquid's major annual fundraiser that supports and promotes visual artists while serving as a comprehensive hub and catalyst for the Philadelphia region’s arts community.

February 6 -7, 2015
Crane Arts Building

Raining All Day | SOLD 
Items are still available | HERE

Main Event | Saturday Evening | February 7, 2015
Illustrator, Denise Fike
 Art Historian, Anne Leith
Honorary Chair for the Benefit, James Dupree 
  Prints, Shepherd Farley
Ice Sculpture, Roger Wing

Thursday, February 5, 2015

noumenon + phenomenon
artist proof | new work

drypoint etchings | collograph plates | aniline dyes