Exhibits

August 2017



Narberth painter Chrissie Schoenhard had her first show here in 2012 while a student at MICA in Baltimore. Now on her way to being a teacher this fall in the Philadelphia School District, we welcome Chrissie back with her latest collection of oil paintings and sculpture. She describes this exhibit asa compilation of petals, colors, warmth & life and hopes that her creations will help remind people of the natural beauty that is everywhere.

Join us for live music by the Jasafar Blues Trio, summer time refreshments, plus meet the artist and her new work.

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Our studio is a lively place for you to gather with others and release your creative energy. $10/hour includes most materials and an artist's guidance. We're open Wednesdays, 1-10 and Sundays, 12-5. Please send us a quick email to let us know you're coming and we'll reserve a space.

Gather a group of friends, some food and drink and have a private night out in the studio or let us plan your child's found object art party. More info here.

Also, check our calendar for upcoming workshops and summer camp schedule.



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PAST EXHIBITS & FEATURED ART
  • August 2017 ~~ Chrissie Schoenhard: Petals, Colors, Warmth & Life
  • May 2017 ~~ Julia Hartling: Coffee with Cat and Friend
  • April 2017 ~~ "Mosaic Medley" group show by local artists
  • March 2017 ~~ Lisa Learner: Finding Time
  • February 2017 ~~ "Home is where Narberth is" group show by local artists
  • December 2016 & January 2017 ~~ Art for Under $100
  • November 2016 ~~ Where We Are featuring Ric Allison, Sarah Bloom, Pascal Langois & Peggy Hartzel
  • October 2016 ~~ Painterly Pursuits by Cynthia Murray
  • September 2016 ~~ Textured Photography with Amy Kazakidis and Leah Macdonald
  • July & August 2016 -- Ann Simon Watercolors
  • May 2016 -- Julia Hartling: Flora & Fauna and Lisa Rose: What Goes Around; NarbART Month; Sweet Mabel Studio Trunk Shows by Stacey Fay Designs, Modern India, and Donna Porter
  • April 2016 -- Two Lauras Waxing Eloquent
  • March 2016 -- Ilene Pearlman: Iconic Images
  • February 2016 -- Gillian Pokalo & Stacey Fay Designs
  • December 2015 & January 2016 -- Art for Under $100
  • November 2015
  • October 2015 -- Cynthia Murray: A Painterly Perspective
  • September 2015 -- 3 Carols & A Claire Mosaic Quartet
  • August 2015 -- Farewell Fling on the Hill w Small Works by April Melchior and BlocArt
  • June-July 2015 -- Group Show Featuring Beth Warren, April Melchior, David Stehman & Nikolai Fox
  • May 2015 -- Julia Hartling and NarbART Bird Month
  • April 2015 -- New Works by Victoria Tallarigo and Bevan McShea
  • March 2015 -- "No Matter How You Break It" 12 Takes on the Art of Mosaic; Welcome SAMA
  • February 2015 -- Hearts & Flowers & Chocolate
  • December 2014 -- Art for Under $100; Upstairs Trunk Show & Book Signing
  • November 2014 -- MamaCITA: A Mother's Cooperative in the Arts
  • October 2014 -- Mixed Media Works by David Stehman; Paintings by Cynthia Murray
  • September 2014 -- Paintings by Sharon Kenny
  • August 2014 -- David Fox: "I Love Narberth" & Janice Hayes-Cha Collage
  • June/July 2014 -- Victoria Talarigo: Clay Monoprints
  • May 2014 -- Ilene Pearlman: Modern Tapestries and NarbART Garden Month
  • April 2014 -- Sharon McGinley: "Wonderings"
  • March 2014 -- Tale Lederer: "Spring" and Bevan McShea: "Birds"
  • February 2014 -- Colleen Brand: Recent Paintings
  • January 2014 -- Art Under $100 continued
  • December 2013 -- Art Under $100
  • November 2013 -- Bob Wood Paintings
  • October 2013 -- Megan Grugan Encaustics
  • September 2013 -- Valerie Coursen: A Feast for the Eyes
  • August 2013 -- Robert Bullock: Small Boy/Daydreamer
  • July 2013 -- Amy Kazakidis Collage
  • June 2013 -- "Skullkill Spring" - Collaborative works by Todd Marrone & Bevan McShea
  • May 2013 -- NarbART Bicycle Month, Original Art by Julia Hartling, Prints by Screens N Spokes, Trunk shows by Sardine Clothing and Amy Nathan's Jewelry
  • April 2013 -- Maryilyn Fox's Recent Works
  • March 2013 -- MamaCITA's "Begin: Hope, Faith, Resilience" and featuring the works of Tres Taylor
  • February 2013 -- Bevan McShea: "The Guitar"
  • January 2013 -- Textile Art Naturals by dmac
  • December 2012 -- Art for under $100 Group Show
  • November 2012 -- Local favorites Kevin Margitich & Todd Marrone
  • October 2012 --  Michael Smith: "The Secional Series" and David Fox: "Narberth & Nearby with live music by Joe Wilson 
  • September 2012 -- Megan Grugan: "Recent Works, Color & Light" 
  • August 2012 -- "Streetscapes" by Chrissie Schoenhard
  • July & June 2012 -- Michelle Kral aka Mitsi b: What I Never Say
  • May 2012 -- NarbART Guitar Month
  • April 2012 -- David Stehman Gallery Takeover with "Phases & Faces"
  • March 2012 -- "Fauna" by Avi Loren Fox and Nikolai Fox
  • February 2012 -- Michael Biddison: "Songs and Stories of Broken Things" -- extended through March
  • January 2012 -- "Pictures from the Garden" by Meri Adelman
  • December 2011 -- Art Under $100 Exhibition & Sale featuring Mechanicals by Brad Litwin and art from the Lower Merion Vocational Training Center
  • November 2011 -- Sharon Bartmann's "Out of the Nest"
  • October 2011 -- "Don't Sit Down, Please" Paintings & drawings by Julia Hartling
  • September 2011 -- Edward Woltemate Jr's Extraordinary Visions
  • August 2011 -- "Summer Palette" paintings by Eric Sorensen
  • July 2011 -- Joanne Morgan: "Mid-Century Modernism"
  • June 2011 -- "Abstractions" with work by Melissa Bollmann-Jenkins and Patricia Burns
  • May 2011 -- Spring Fling featuring works by local artists including Andi DeMarino
  • April 2011 -- Shelly Broughton's whimsical paintings & mixed media work
  • March 2011 -- The Trail to Manatawny: An Evening of Art & Ale by Kevin Margitich
  • February 2011 -- I love Narberth, paintings by local artist David Fox
  • January 2011 -- A glimpse inside Sweet Mabel's Open Studio where creative people gather
  • December 2010 -- Jewelry & found object sculptures by Villanova resident & Dumpster Diver Leslie Stuart Matthews