South Philadelphia: Local Artist Makes Fine Art More Accessible To Consumers

South Philadelphia: Local Artist Makes Fine Art More Accessible To Consumers

Philadelphia artist Jessica Joy London has a unique process when it comes to painting. Using natural materials like leaves, rocks and even some onion skins with a mixture of ink and water, she is able to create large scale masterpieces that will leave anyone in awe. After getting her bachelor of fine art from the University of […]

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Fishtown: PSPCA Turns Art Into Activism

Fishtown: PSPCA Turns Art Into Activism

Renee Beaucheane is a longtime animal rights activist. In addition to working professionally with the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PSPCA) in Fishtown, much of her personal time is devoted to animal-rights-related causes. The Fishtown PSPCA, located at the intersection of Frankford Avenue and West Oxford Street, opened in June 2015 to serve […]

 By Autumn Kelly, Jillian Mallon and Priscilla Ward

Fairmount: Artist ‘Peanut Butter’ Shows His Work at Gallery

Fairmount: Artist ‘Peanut Butter’ Shows His Work at Gallery

Artist Robert Woodward, better known as Peanut Butter, has worked from his studio at the corner of 18th Street and Fairmount Avenue since 2000. It was not until this past November that he put up a sign on the front door to make it an official gallery. “Right now, it’s just evolving,” Woodward said. He said […]

 By Erin O'Reilly and Sara Rooney

Cedar Park: Jewelry is a Girl’s Best Friend

Cedar Park: Jewelry is a Girl’s Best Friend

Eun Kim is a fashionista who had been searching for good quality, high-end fashion accessories for a reasonable price. After countless journeys through several malls, outlet malls and department stores, she was left with only disappointment. It wasn’t until she and her husband, Han Pak, decided to take matters into their own hands and opened […]