Edith Newhall, For The Inquirer

Edith Newhall has been reviewing gallery exhibitions for The Inquirer since April 2005. She is a former staff writer for New York Magazine, where she covered the New York art world in features, exhibition reviews and interviews with artists.

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In Philly galleries: Top-notch craft art, and a noteworthy solo debut

Gravers Lane Gallery in Chestnut Hill has a winning craft-art show. Patricia Renee’ Thomas has her solo debut at Kapp Kapp.

Here are the shows you should see in Philly art galleries now

Moore's "Emerging Philadelphia" spotlights three up-and-comers. Tiger Strikes Asteroid goes archaeological. Theo Anderson’s Great Lakes photos are at Haverford.

These are the Philly art gallery shows you’ll want to check out this spring

The sprawling "Invisible City" is all about the avant-garde. "Emerging Philadelphia" looks to the future.

A tiny, terrific Horace Pippin exhibit at the Art Museum and more to see in Philly galleries now

Pentimenti is showing ceramics — and Michelle Benoit’s colorful works in Lucite. Brooke Lanier Fine Art has a sophisticated exhibition inspired by water.

This old place? Philly artists have fresh new takes on Laurel Hill Cemetery and Glen Foerd

Patrick Connors paints Laurel Hill. Cindy Stockton Moore reinterprets Glen Foerd. And it's last call for two worthy solo shows at Swarthmore.

Gorgeous abstractions from Elizabeth Osborne and other shows you’ll want to see in Philly galleries this month

Painter Mat Tomezsko and ceramic artist Roberto Lugo have a two-artist show at Wexler. South Street's C. R. Ettinger Studio is exhibiting prints made by painters.

This art exhibit in the Philly suburbs really nails it, carpenter-style

"Music for 150 Carpenters" at Ursinus College is one of this month's must-sees on the art-gallery scene. Two more: a Jim Lee show at Larry Becker Contemporary and pets galore at Cerulean Arts.

This unsung genius of 20th century art has two Philly shows going on at the same time

Ed Emshwiller is a big-name attraction on Philadelphia's art gallery scene right now. Two more must-sees this month: the first in a series of guest-curated shows at Moore and a big craft-art exhibit in Frankford that is worth the effort of booking a visit.

Three shows you’ll want to see in Philly art galleries this month

Clay Studio artists dust off some pieces on storage at the Philadelphia Art Museum. Penn brings in a Spanish sculptor. And a historic Bucks County barn displays contemporary art that's worth the drive.

Homegrown painter Louise Fishman gets a victory lap in Philadelphia

Take your daughter to Philly’s art museums, and this is how it could turn out.