Philadelphia Meets Baltimore: Conceptions and Perceptions Reception Saturday, July 12

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This exhibition concentrates on the “new” abstraction taking place in Philadelphia and Baltimore seen in paintings, fibers, and sculpture. It will be on display from July 10—August 2, 3008. Reception: Saturday, July 12th, 1-3 Pm. Curator: J. Susan Isaacs

Philadelphia artists: Neil Anderson, Charles Burwell, Alice Oh, Tim McFarlane and Thomas Vance.

Baltimore artists: Seth Adelsberger, Karin Birch, Ellen Burchenal, Lawrence Cromwell, Kay Hwang, Michelle Kong, and Michael Weiss.

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