Now – Mar. 1, 2015

Reception: Friday, Feb 6, 5:30-9:30 pm  Artists talk & book signing with Curley Holton at 7:30 pm

The show includes 11 artists of international renown as well as local luminaries. 
Prices range from $400-$9000 and include a variety of two and three dimensional media.

Included Artists:

  • BERRISFORD BOOTHE: Lehigh University Professor; curator of a major Family Foundation’s African American Art Collection currently traveling; widely exhibited internationally.
  • DEVYN LEONOR BRIGGS: recent MICA, MFA graduate preparing for her first one person exhibit in May at Lafayette College with a promising art career. This is her 1st gallery show.
  • DONALD CAMP: Ursinus College Professor and award winning artist including the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship, Pew and NEA Grants; represented in major museum permanent collections such as Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • CURLEE RAVEN HOLTON: Director, Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College; award-winning artist including NEA Fellowship; represented in major museum permanent collections such as National Gallery of Art and PAFA.
  • FEMI J. JOHNSON: Amazingly talented Visionary/Self-taught artist who has split his time between Lehigh Valley and Hudson River Valley. Exhibits extensively in both regions.
  • LISETTE MOREL: Adjunct Professor at PA/NJ/NY Universities, extensively exhibiting conceptual and installation art in NYC.
  • JAMES ROSE: Kutztown University Professor; represented in major museum permanent collections such as Philadelphia Museum of Art. 
  • THOMAS SHILLEA: Director, Art Programs, Northampton Community College and Gallery Curator; noted published historian on historical photographic processes, represented in major museum permanent collections such as Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery and National Museum of African American History and Culture et al. 
  • IAN SUMMERS: Former Creative Director at Random House; taught at the American School in London; as well as the New School in NYC; exhibited with David Hockney; lineage of Abstract Expressionist mentors. 
  • TONY WARD: University of Pennsylvania Professor; widely exhibited in Europe; multiple monographs to his credit; museum permanent collections such as the George Eastman House.
  • WILLIAM EARLE WILLIAMS: Professor Haverford College and Curator of Photography Collection; important published historian on African Americans from slavery to freedom; museum permanent collections such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art.