Cazia Bradley is a local artist with a whimsical imagination that is clearly evident in her work. Her black and white lithographs of fun and freaky creatures--appropriately titled "April Foolies"--are featured in the newly named Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery. Drawing inspiration from prehistoric cave paintings, Vincent Van Gogh, and modern artists like Paul Klee and Jean Debuffet, Bradley's prints challenge us to a game of sorts: what do you see? Be sure to bring the kids and stop by the children's department too where there are Xerox copies of the prints for coloring.
Schlow Library's gallery is pleased to present the colorful series of works entitled "Origins" by Mr. Elijah Andrus. Mr. Andrus is an artist and art educator now residing in Malvern, PA. He currently teaches at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His painting process has evolved from the plein air tradition into an autobiographical approach--translating and distilling his visual experience through digitally manipulated photographs, memory and intuition. The exhibit may be viewed from March 1st to March 27th.