USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
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Hawley Hussey and Kate Fauvell, "I Matter", 2020, photographs, collage, woodcut on panel, 10" x 10", $450
Gabriel J. Shuldiner and Christina Massey, "FIZZLETRACE", 2020, mixed media, 8" x 8" x 3", $1,500
Kate Fauvell and Arlene Rush, "Ever F_ _ ked The System", 2020, mixed media collage, photography, fabric, wood, resin, metal gold leaf, and acrylic, 10" x 8.5" x 1.25", $500
Carole Loeffler and Emma Jonston, "respected", 2020, glass, fiber, paint, doilies, ribbon, quilt pieces and glue, 12" x 14" x 1", NFS
Stacy Hurt and Peggy Calvert, "Hi Mom- Love, Jack", 2020, paper, collage, stamping, calligraphy, 12" x 12", $100
Alice Harrison and Judy Lyons Schneider, "Beneath the Surface", 2020, image transfer with watercolor and mixed paper collage, 10" x 12" x 0.75", $180
Deirdre Murphy and Agathe Bouton, "Winter Solstice", 2020, monoprint in blue ink, 12" x 12", $800
Seren Morey and Christina Massey, "Quetzal", 2020, repurposed aluminum cans, acrylic paint, Ultralight acrylic, glass beads and pigment dispersions, 11" x 10.5" x 4.5", $1,200
Peter Cunicelli, Donna Quinn, and Melissa Haims, "Broken", 2020, paint, porcelain and textiles, 11" x 14" x 3", $1,275
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Organizer
Park Towne Place
DATE
November 23, 2020
– January 17, 2021
HOURS
LOCATION
Park Towne Place: 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Exhibition Artsy Shop
INLIQUID MEMBERS
Agathe Bouton
Carole Loeffler
Christina Massey
Donna Quinn
Peter Cunicelli
The USPS Art Project is an  artist collaboration project created by InLiquid artist member Christina Massey, free and open for anyone who wants to participate. The goal is for unique collaborative artworks to be created, while helping the USPS by sending and receiving packages. InLiquid is thrilled to host the USPS Art Project here in Philadelphia at the Park Towne Place Art Studio.
Artworks are shared online on the @USPSArtProject social media.
Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
Hundreds of artists have joined in the project, creating sculpture, paintings, drawings, mixed media, fiber art and more. Many artists are submitting their finished works for a non-juried  traveling / thematic hybrid exhibition throughout the US.
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

USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
USPS Art Project exhibition documentation
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Hawley Hussey and Kate Fauvell, "I Matter", 2020, photographs, collage, woodcut on panel, 10" x 10", $450
Gabriel J. Shuldiner and Christina Massey, "FIZZLETRACE", 2020, mixed media, 8" x 8" x 3", $1,500
Kate Fauvell and Arlene Rush, "Ever F_ _ ked The System", 2020, mixed media collage, photography, fabric, wood, resin, metal gold leaf, and acrylic, 10" x 8.5" x 1.25", $500
Carole Loeffler and Emma Jonston, "respected", 2020, glass, fiber, paint, doilies, ribbon, quilt pieces and glue, 12" x 14" x 1", NFS
Stacy Hurt and Peggy Calvert, "Hi Mom- Love, Jack", 2020, paper, collage, stamping, calligraphy, 12" x 12", $100
Alice Harrison and Judy Lyons Schneider, "Beneath the Surface", 2020, image transfer with watercolor and mixed paper collage, 10" x 12" x 0.75", $180
Deirdre Murphy and Agathe Bouton, "Winter Solstice", 2020, monoprint in blue ink, 12" x 12", $800
Seren Morey and Christina Massey, "Quetzal", 2020, repurposed aluminum cans, acrylic paint, Ultralight acrylic, glass beads and pigment dispersions, 11" x 10.5" x 4.5", $1,200
Peter Cunicelli, Donna Quinn, and Melissa Haims, "Broken", 2020, paint, porcelain and textiles, 11" x 14" x 3", $1,275
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