Current Exhibit . . .
Pennswood Art Gallery Presents Brooke Lanier Exhibition, Sept 13 thru Nov 8
Though currently closed to outside visitors, Pennswood Art Gallery presents an exhibition of new paintings and collages by Brooke Lanier titled, “Unreliable Reflections”, beginning on September 13, 2020 through November 8, 2020.
Pennswood residents may visit the gallery in person and also view the Artist’s Talk video on TV 1970 & the Touchtown Community App.
The public is invited to enjoy the show virtually by viewing Lanier’s illustrated Artist’s Talk video: CLICK HERE.
To view the virtual gallery with images, sizes, and prices, CLICK HERE
Lanier owns and operates a gallery, studio, and classroom space in center city Philadelphia. Noted for her original interpretations in oil of land- and waterscapes, she explores and re-explores the fine details of her subject, sometimes refining and simplifying the images to startling abstraction. With others she increases the complexity of the image by assembling painted elements in collage.
Collected internationally, Lanier has shown her work in Rome, Prague, and across the United States, most notably in The Smithsonian Institute and the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She teaches watercolor painting at Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
The Lanier exhibition continues Pennswood Art Gallery’s participation in the years-long celebration of the Pennswood Village 40th Anniversary.
Purchases are handled by the Pennswood Art Gallery. For information contact Dorothy Hann, Treasurer at (215) 968-6768 or email@example.com Checks may be sent to: Dorothy Hann, Treasurer, 1382 Newtown Langhorne Rd., D206, Newtown, PA 18940.
The Pennswood Art Gallery, a non-profit, fine art gallery has been exhibiting for 39 years, including such famous names as Harry Leith Ross, Danial Garber, later John Redmond, Earl B. Lewis, Pat Martin, and more recently William B. Hogan, Charles McVicker, Harold Ross, Lucy McVicker, and Georganna Lenssen.
For information about Pennswood Art Gallery exhibitions call 215-968-9110.