Lone Point, enamel on board, Robert Blunk

MyScapes with Robert Blunk and Featuring Luc-Alain Fiedler, Susannah Hart Thomer and Helene Halstuch 3/9/19

Artists' Reception: 3/9 from 6-8 pm (Exhibition 3/9-3/30)  Featuring renowned Folk Artist Robert Blunk and Also Featuring Award-winning artists: Luc-Alain Fiedler, Susannah Hart Thomer and Helene Halstuch.   

 Shelley, Summertide, Ink + Acrylic

Upcoming Events at Borrelli's: New Artists' Showcase - 2/2 & the return of the successful poetry improv - No River Twice - 3/22

Save the Date! Our New Artists Showcase features an Artists' Reception on February 2nd from 6-8 PM.  Exhibit 2/2 - 2/20. Come see some fantastic work by a great range of artists who are new to our gallery. We're excited to be exhibiting work by: Lynnette Shelley, Catherine Peluso, Carrie Kingsbury, Samantha Connors, Dan Stasiorowski and Elissa Goldberg

No River Twice Poetry Group

Adventure Lovers, Come Out to Play on 11/16/18

Borrelli's is delighted to host No River Twice for an evening of poetry and improv on 11/16/18 from 7- 9 pm. NRT is a multi-vocal, improvisational poetry performance in which audience and poets interact to determine the direction of the performance from beginning to end, poem by poem, co-creating a reading that is never the same twice.  

What to Expect

Packed House at the Meditations Reception

Meditations - Artists' Reception - 9/8/18 - Exhibit 9/8 - 9/26

Meditations Exhibit features Beatrice Golden, Julia Rix, Smita Rao and Victoria Koursaros

Hoffman, Oil on Canvas

Join us Saturday, 5/5/18 from 6 - 8 pm for an Artists' Reception featuring Sandra Hoffman, Gwen Gugell, Stephen Takats, & Colleen Joy (Exhibition from 5/5-5/26)

Sandra Hoffman's art is part of many public and private collections including Bell Atlantic, Dupont, IBM, and Blue Cross of Pennsylvania. Hoffman attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts as well as Tyler School of Art. She says that all things in nature inspire her, and she gets ideas for her paintings from her many travels and long walks in the local Philadelphia parks.

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