One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s.  An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts, 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s. An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts , 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s.  An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts, 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s. An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts , 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s.  An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts, 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s. An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts , 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s.  An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts, 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s. An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts , 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s.  An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts, 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s. An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts , 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s.  An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts, 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

One of the best parts of calling shotgun is the optical illusions you can visualize as the landscape whips by your vehicle. Infinitely more satisfying than those Magic Eye books from the 1990s. An exhibition of works by J. Gordon and Justin Baldwin plays around with the notion of landscapes-in-motion, based on the experiences of a few cross-country trips. Action at a Distance opens tonight at Crane Arts , 6 - 9 pm for #SecondThursday, but the show will continue through March 6.

Tonight from 5 - 7 pm at The Painted Bride Art Center, stop by for the opening of Breaking Patterns, a solo exhibition by Cathleen Hughes. Hughes is a Philadelphia native whose public works include scores of community oriented Murals throughout the Delaware Valley.

Tonight from 5 - 7 pm at The Painted Bride Art Center, stop by for the opening of Breaking Patterns, a solo exhibition by Cathleen Hughes. Hughes is a Philadelphia native whose public works include scores of community oriented Murals throughout the Delaware Valley.

Photos from our exhibitions currently on display at Painted Bride Art Center, International House Philadelphia, project space de, and Crane Arts.

Photos from our exhibitions currently on display at Painted Bride Art Center, International House Philadelphia, project space de, and Crane Arts.

Three Philadelphia artist collectives - InLiquid, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and Second State Press join forces this summer to present the best work of their membership.  This week, take a sneak peek at work from members of InLiquid, an organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists.  August 3 - 24 Opening reception Thursday, August 8, 6 - 9 pm  #MemberShow2013

Three Philadelphia artist collectives - InLiquid, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and Second State Press join forces this summer to present the best work of their membership. This week, take a sneak peek at work from members of InLiquid, an organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists. August 3 - 24 Opening reception Thursday, August 8, 6 - 9 pm #MemberShow2013

InLiquid presents the work of three artist members at Select Fair Miami. Intimate interiors by Constance Culpepper and intimate inner thoughts by fiber artist Melissa Maddonni Haims explore deep colors and deeper connections. Donna Quinn’s homescapes, distant in time and space, question memory and personal ties. Together the work weaves an uneasy balance between belonging and abandonment, self-knowledge and absolute absence.

InLiquid presents the work of three artist members at Select Fair Miami. Intimate interiors by Constance Culpepper and intimate inner thoughts by fiber artist Melissa Maddonni Haims explore deep colors and deeper connections. Donna Quinn’s homescapes, distant in time and space, question memory and personal ties. Together the work weaves an uneasy balance between belonging and abandonment, self-knowledge and absolute absence.

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