Lifeblood – A MAAG Member Exhibition

“MAAG’s member art show this year, LIFEBLOOD, is an example of the magnitude of creativity in the Northwest and our neighboring communities. Also the exhibit displays MAAG’s encouragement of talent from emerging to professional quality work in a large variety of mediums.” – Arleen Olshan, Mt. Airy Art Garage Executive Director

The Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) invites you to our annual member art show, “Lifeblood”, happening from February 6 – March 18, 2022 at the MAAG Gallery located at 7054 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119.

Lifeblood at MAAG will be our first gallery show of the new year and represents what our members mean to the MAAG organization. Lifeblood is “the indispensable factor or influence that gives something its strength and vitality.”

Lifeblood will include all mediums including handcrafts and fine art, both two dimensional works and sculpture, extending our Gift Shop into the Gallery.

Artwork on the postcard “Richie’s Painting” by Richard Cutrona.

This show features over 50 MAAG Member Artists:

  • Stephen Adams
  • Sara Allen
  • Sally Benton
  • Dwayne Boone
  • Frank Burd
  • Melissa Cole
  • Shannon Cronin
  • Richard Cutrona
  • Sue Davis
  • Dan Deacon
  • Helena Domenic
  • Roz Dutton
  • W. Devaul Emmett
  • David Gerbstadt
  • Svetlana Gradess
  • Leslie Hanlon
  • Jim Hay
  • Tom Herbert
  • Ruth Joray
  • Rebecca Jordan
  • Daisy L. Juarez
  • Laura Kingbo
  • Gloria Klaiman
  • Julie Kring
  • Race Kuhn
  • Donald Leong
  • Gail Lloyd
  • Geoffrey Margo
  • Katie Margo
  • Corine N. McHugh
  • Pat McLean-Smith
  • Lee Muslin
  • Arleen Olshan
  • Cassandra Petruchyk
  • Claudia Phillips
  • Robert Reinhardt
  • Sarabella Rocha
  • Gloria Rohlfs
  • Kelly Schultz
  • Lynn Seeney
  • Adam Shuman
  • Marsha Sickles
  • Craig Silver
  • Bonnie Simon
  • Patricia Cousins Smith
  • Susan Smith
  • Trudi Green Smith
  • Yvette Sumter & Amma Ansah
  • Nicki Toizer
  • Larry West
  • Vivian Williams
  • Lori Zett
2 replies
  1. Kathleen V Hogan
    Kathleen V Hogan says:

    I appreciate that it would take a lot of tech work to make it happen, but I hope some day us home bodies will be able to view the wonderful art work online and even be able to make a purchase online. You all work so hard and do such fabulous work, please take my comment as coming from a place of appreciation and not criticism! Rock on! You’re awesome!

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