The Mission of Brandywine Workshop

To be a major force in the creation, documentation and preservation of culturally diverse American art and insuring the participation of multiethnic artists in the field of fine art printmaking and related media technologies. For the past 42 years, Brandywine Workshop has been a leader in the development of offset lithography as a fine art. Philadelphia based, national in scope and internationally recognized, Brandywine exemplifies the highest standard of excellence and innovation.

Last night’s grand opening of Taller Puetorriqueno’s new mega facility El Corazón Cultural Center, 2600 N 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA, US, 19133 signaled the important role art plays in communities and the talent and creativity brought to this country by people of Hispanic Descent. Director Carmen Feb-San Miquel and gallery director Raphael Damast and the entire staff at Taller have done a magnificent job of planning, fundraising and guiding the construction and expansion of the city’s major Latino Cultural Center. The opening exhibition sets a very high standard with artworks by Juan Sanchez, Doris Nogueira-Rogers, Marta Sanchez, Domingo Negron, Candida Alvarez, Henry Bermudas, Louis Flores, and Antonio Martorell. If you visit, here are some of the images you will see. ...

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Since we are going to be pretty busy this weekend with the Holiday Art Sale tomorrow, we wanted to make sure we didn't forget to wish former visiting artists Ester Hernandez and ( Dec 3rd) and Jack Malotte (Dec 4) Happy Birthday and seasons greetings. Jack's print on the right, "Screaming Eagle Blues" was turned into an animation this past summer by our iCreate Interns. It can be viewed at #artmatters #Printmaking Both prints available for purchase on Saturday. ...

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