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In an article by Paul Jablow for The Inquirer posted Monday, December 7, 2015, Jablow writes: Germantown’s manufacturing era is long gone. But woodworker Fiorella and his business partner/brother, Mike, have found ways to make the building at 20 Herman St., just off Germantown Avenue, as relevant to the community as its predecessor was, using […]

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In a recent article online in Grid magazine, author Alex Jones writes about the Community of Philadelphia Makers whose leader is Andrew Dahlgren. Rather than streaming into factories wearing hard hats and carrying lunch pails, these makers are working out of their apartments, artists’ studios or shared incubator spaces like the Clay Studio or NextFab, producing small […]

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Excerpt from a peer review by Martin Rollins of A NEW BEGINNING – Recent paintings by LIZ PRICE On display through December 8, 2015 “The full strength of these paintings is the work within the exhibit to which I return again and again – Garden Path. The painting is one where we see the creative […]

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Bettina Clowney’s show Everything is Interesting will be up July 1–August 2, 2015 at the Third Street Gallery in Philadelphia. 45 N. 2nd Street : Philadelphia, PA 19106 : 215. 625. 0993 Bettina works between abstraction and realism. Over months of working with one or the other she better understands the conversation between them and the interesting […]

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Both Melissa Haims and Ken Marini showed their work at the Philadelphia Furniture Show on the weekend of April 10th. Andrew Christman exhibited at IMPACT HUB in North Philadelphia in April with “Winged Messangers” followed by a group show at the Imperfect Gallery entitled “Rock Germantown”.  You can also stop by Andrew’s open studion on […]

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Rephael Epstein had an opening reception on March 21st,to launch his “Into The Desert” exhibit at the Imperfect Gallery. Pictured is one view of the transformation of the gallery into Rephael’s “desert”- the installation consists of 1,200 square feet completely lined with matzo with two tons of sand on the floor and two matzo towers; one […]

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While renovating the entry foyer from it’s ’60s office style to it’s original look of wood wainscoting, John and Michael Fiorella found an original window in this 1928 mill building.  The entry had a large glass mullioned window with a small office cash or transaction window but had been completely covered with drywall on the foyer side […]

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    Herman Street Studios
    20 E Herman Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Tel: 215-669-2993