International award winning polymer clay artist Emily Squires Levine designs and creates one-of-a-kind accent tiles, bowls, and eggs. Using a sophisticated color palette, she fashions uniquely patterned canes to form eye-popping works of decorative art. Her bowls and eggs are small gems which command attention for their distinctive juxtaposition of pattern, shape, and color.
These tiles are ideal for accents in kitchen backsplashes and will withstand the rigors of kitchen use.
This weekend is the annual Art For The Cash Poor, one of the longest running art festivals in the Kensington/Fishtown area of Philadelphia, sponsored by InLiquid. All work, exhibited by both established and emerging artists, are priced at $199 or under. In addition to enjoying the art and speaking with the artists firsthand, you will also be treated to live outdoor musical performances, culinary treats and a beer garden. Admission is free, except for the Friday night Preview Party.
I will be exhibiting my work on Sunday only, including my latest ring bowls.
Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American Street
June 3, 5.30 pm - 9 pm
June 4, noon - 6 pm
June 5, noon - 6 pm
For more information, click here.