Daily Archives: June 5, 2009


DoNArTNeWs has been getting a record number of visitors even though DoN has been busy with art instead of blogging:

  • Philadelphia Sketch Club Members show @ Newman Gallery 6/6
  • Workshop Show 6/6 @ The Plastic Club
  • Photographic Society of Philadelphia @ Penn Medicine at Rittenhouse
  • Art in City Hall’s In Your Dreams DoN has three pieces in the show, 6/11 – 9/11, 2009.
  • DoN is now a Board Member of The Philadelphia Sketch Club & member of Exhibitions Committee – this past weekend we installed Phillustration ’09, a great selection of the art of illustration by Philadelphia area artists, June 12 – 27, 2009, Reception & Awards, Sunday, June 14th, 2 – 4 PM., chaired by Rich Harrington.
  • Completion of new website for neo-expressionist artist Alecia D’Alonzo DoN LoVeS the final version.
  • New website & blog in process for NUVISIONS for Disabled Artists.

DoN has plans to visit Tiger Strikes to see David Guinn’s paintings, new photos @ Gallery 339, Fishtown Airways new show, the Romeo & Juliet show @ Da Vinci Art Alliance and more.

DoN Brewer “light being (Chink)” @ Penn Medicine

DoN Brewerlight being (Chink)” @ Penn Medicine at Rittenhouse.

DoN Brewer “In Your Dreams” Art  in City Hall

Shell Game“, scanner/Photoshop collage by DoN Brewer @ Art in City Hall’s – In Your Dreams – reception 6/11.

DoN Brewer @ Newman Gallery

DoN Brewer‘s Philadelphia from Bartram’s Garden, panoramic photograph @ Newman Gallery.

Work by Disabled Artists on Display & Sale at Moss Rehab

by KYW’s Karin Phillips
A show and sale of art by professional artists living with disabilities is on display for three more weeks at an Elkins Park rehabilitiation center.

The artwork goes on and on, up and down the hallways of Moss Rehab in Elkins Park, representing many media. Cliff Anderson (photo) – a local musician and artist who has lived with polio for decades – has submitted work for years – this year, a nude and a still-life of a fading flower:
I’m emphasizing the color and the excitement in color, almost as in a note or chord in music.
Lois Levy, director of the All About Art show, says there are 40 new artists this year:
“It’s a very competitive show, it continues to be, which means a lot of the artists who get in know that and they feel they’ve accomplished something if even just one piece is accepted into our show.”
Clif Anderson @ Moss Rehab Art Shoe


(Photo by KYW’s Karin Phillips)