Hatch exhibition documentation
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Denise Philipbar, "I am Nothing Like the Moon", 2018, Oil on wood panel, 10˝ x 10˝ x 1.5˝, $250
Denise Philipbar, "A Candle to The Mystery", 2018, Flashe and acrylic on canvas, 48˝ x 48˝ x 1.5˝, $5,700
Carole Loeffler, "untold hours of labor", 2016, Thrifted red fabric, cable ties, 17˝ x 17˝ x 17˝, $400
Andrew Chalfen, "Tiled City II", 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 29.75˝ x 40˝ x 0.75˝, $2,300
Paul Santoleri, "walking on water", 2018, Tape (acid free on wall originally made at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, NYC to be translated onto the marble wall at Park Towne Place), $2,500
Denise Philipbar, "Distant Whispers", 2016, Oil on canvas, 48˝ x 48˝ x 1.5˝, $5,700
Carole Loeffler, "Daydreaming", 2013, school chair, felt, ribbon, 73˝ x 56˝ x 25˝, $600
Stan Smokler, "CONSTRUCTION #9", 2012, Welded steel, 88˝ x 58˝ x 24˝, $7,900
Carole Loeffler, "The Most Important Line", 2018, yarn, glue, monks cloth, 24˝ x 24˝ x 1˝, $900
Donna Sensor Thomas, "79 Lines About 79 Colors", 2008, Acrylic, 30" x 24", $800
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Organizer
Park Towne Place
DATE
January 10, 2019
– April 29, 2019
HOURS
LOCATION
Park Towne Place: 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Exhibition Artsy Shop
INLIQUID MEMBERS
Andrew Chalfen
Carole Loeffler
Denise Philipbar
Donna Sensor Thomas
Jay Walker
Paul Santoleri
Stan Smokler
Hatch, a show curated by Susanna W. Gold, Ph.D., in partnership with InLiquid, offers a vibrant collection of complex and deeply colorful artworks. This exhibition features the artwork of Andrew Chalfen, Carole Loeffler, Denise Philipbar, Donna Sensor Thomas, Jay Walker, Paul Santoleri, and Stan Smokler.
Traditional techniques of “hatching” and “cross-hatching”––using short, consecutive line segments, either parallel or crossed, to represent light and shadow as a means of modeling naturalistic form––has been a fundamental element of drawing and printmaking since the Middle Ages. Though none of the artists in this exhibition practice naturalism, we can still see an echo of the historical process of working with repeated lines to create content, each artist’s approach to contemporary form-building distinct from the another. Whether created in paint, paper, tape, ribbon, fiber, blocks, rods, steel, or motion, repeated lines provide the fundamental structure to each of the works in this exhibition.
The conceptual and productive sense of the term “hatch”––to devise an idea or plan according to careful thought, then to incubate and produce it––also underlies all these projects. Originating from the individual mind of the artist, each of these works are meticulously conceived, developed, and cultivated in the intellectual sphere, then generated in physical form to be shared with viewers, inviting us into the discussion.
SPACE INFORMATION

Park Towne Place is pleased to provide a robust art program including rotational exhibitions curated by InLiquid. Please see the current rotational exhibition highlighted above, or scroll down to see past rotational exhibitions at Park Towne Place. These exhibitions are made possible by InLiquid’s partnership with AIR; helping to organize engaging public programming at their one-of-a-kind mid-century modern complex.

EXHIBITION DOCUMENTATION

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GALLERY IMAGES

Denise Philipbar, "I am Nothing Like the Moon", 2018, Oil on wood panel, 10˝ x 10˝ x 1.5˝, $250
Denise Philipbar, "A Candle to The Mystery", 2018, Flashe and acrylic on canvas, 48˝ x 48˝ x 1.5˝, $5,700
Carole Loeffler, "untold hours of labor", 2016, Thrifted red fabric, cable ties, 17˝ x 17˝ x 17˝, $400
Andrew Chalfen, "Tiled City II", 2014, Acrylic on canvas, 29.75˝ x 40˝ x 0.75˝, $2,300
Paul Santoleri, "walking on water", 2018, Tape (acid free on wall originally made at the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, NYC to be translated onto the marble wall at Park Towne Place), $2,500
Denise Philipbar, "Distant Whispers", 2016, Oil on canvas, 48˝ x 48˝ x 1.5˝, $5,700
Carole Loeffler, "Daydreaming", 2013, school chair, felt, ribbon, 73˝ x 56˝ x 25˝, $600
Stan Smokler, "CONSTRUCTION #9", 2012, Welded steel, 88˝ x 58˝ x 24˝, $7,900
Carole Loeffler, "The Most Important Line", 2018, yarn, glue, monks cloth, 24˝ x 24˝ x 1˝, $900
Donna Sensor Thomas, "79 Lines About 79 Colors", 2008, Acrylic, 30" x 24", $800
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