InLiquid celebrates 22 years with a month-long exhibition in collaboration with the Friends of the Glen, Sculpture in the Glen III. This pop up sculpture garden presents work by over thirty of the region’s outstanding visual artists. Sculpture in the Glen is a unique creative space, curated with outdoor sculpture by local artists for the community to enjoy.Every weekend you have a chance to Meet the Artists that are included in Sculpture in the Glen III! Below is the calendar of when they will be on site. Sculpture in the Glen is open to the public on Saturday and Sundays from 12 pm – 6 pm. .If you’d like to see the glen during the week, you are welcome to make an appointment. Schedule an appointment please use Calendly. Due to the unpredictable traffic on I-76, InLiquid requires you to schedule your appointment 48 hours in advance. To make your appointment, please email Lily Horner (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call our office at 215-235-3405.
The Glen is located at the intersection of Rose Glen Road and Mill Creek Road. The entrance is a gate on Rose Glen Road (see the black star on left map). When arriving, park your car on the side on the pull off on the side of the Rose Glen and enter by foot through the gate. Get directions using Google Maps.
VISUAL ARTISTS Nancy Agati, Alex Bard, Francis Beaty, Ava Blitz, Katee Boyle, Charles Burch, Annette Cords, Diane Deery Richards, Brian David Dennis, Erica Ehrenbard, Charles Emlen, Lisa Fedon, Michael Grothusen, Summer J. Hart, rod jones ii, Joshua Koffman, Wendy Liss, Carole Loeffler, Arlene Love, Leslie Matthews, Gina Michaels, Michael Morgan, Gilvan Nunes, Amy Orr, Heather Ossandon, Christopher Poehlmann, John Schlesinger , Maria R. Schneider , Emily Selvin, Melanie Serkes, Peter Slavin, Zachary Steinheiser, Jonathan Stemler, Hanna Vogel, Dina Wind & Roger Wing.