African American Museum
701 Arch St.; 215-574-0380.
. AAMP Art: Moroccan Mosaics. 5/17 noon-3 pm. Lois Mailou Jones - Over 45 prints & works on paper by one of the century's most prominent female African American artists. Closes 5/25. $8; $6 children & seniors. Tue.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Sun. noon-5 pm.
300 North Latchs La., Merion; 610-667-0290.
. Work by Matisse, Van Gogh, other impressionists & post-impressionists. Guided Garden Tours of the Arboretum - Tours may be canceled due to inclement weather. $10 (reservations required). Fri.-Sun. 9:30 am-5 pm.
Brandywine River Museum
Rte. 1 & Rte. 100, Chadds Ford; 610-388-2700.
Elihu Vedder & the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayam - Display of Vedder's original designs for the popular book. Closes 5/18. $8; $5 seniors, students & children 6-12; free for children under 6. Daily 9:30 am-4:30 pm.
Delaware Art Museum
2301 Kentmere Pkwy., Wilmington; 302-571-9590.
Flora Symbolica: The Secret Language of Pre-Raphaelite Painting - Lecture on the floral iconography of the Pre-Raphaelites. Book signing & tea follow. $10; $5 college students. 5/17 2 pm. National Museum Day - Special tour focusing on the museum's history. 5/18 2 pm. Big & Bold: The Art of Fernando Botero - Monica Dominguez Torres of the University of Delaware speaks. $10. 5/20 10-11 am. The Baroque World of Fernando Botero - Paintings & sculptures that blend Spanish colonial baroque with Mexican mural realism. Closes 6/8. This Is War! - Artists' depictions of war dating from the 18th through 20th centuries. Closes 8/10. $10; $8 seniors; $5 students; $3 youths; free for children under 7 & for all on Sun. Tue.-Sat. 10 am-4 pm, Sun. noon-4 pm.
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
200 S. Madison St., Wilmington; 302-656-6466.
. Art Salad - Weekly lunchtime art talks. Every Wed. noon. Morgan Kennedy: Zip-Cloth Project - An exploration of ritual & the human experience through woven & thatched textiles. Closes 5/18. Interrogating Beauty - Juried exhibition in a wide variety of media. Closes 5/25. Sonya Clark: Groom Room - Artworks crafted from hair combs. FiberPhiladelphia 2008 event. Closes 6/15. $5; $3 students & seniors; free for children under 12. Tue., Thu.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Wed. & Sun. noon-5 pm.
James A. Michener Art Museum
138 S. Pine St., Doylestown; 215-340-9800.
Celebrate Our Colors: Family Day - Featuring programming on African & African-American cultural & artistic traditions. 5/18 1-3 pm. Susan Opie - Imaginative, surreal animal sculptures. Closes 6/22. Color: 10 African American Artists - Work by Joyce Scott, Beverly Buchanan, Nick Cave & more. Closes 7/6. Lilli Gettinger: Memory Transformed - Polychrome relief sculptures & pastel drawings referencing the artist's experiences in Nazi-controlled Germany. Closes 8/3. Elliott Erwitt: Dog Dogs - Approx. 60 black-&-white photographs. Closes 8/31. $6.50; $6 seniors; $4 students 6-18; free for children under 6, military & family. Tue.-Fri. 10 am-4:30 pm; Sat. 10 am-5 pm; Sun. noon-5 pm.
James A. Michener Museum, New Hope Branch
Union Square, New Hope; 215-862-7633.
. Robert Whitley: Beauty, function & Grace - Whitley is grounded in the ancient traditions of craftsmanship, originality & functionality. Closes 6/1. $5; $4 seniors 60 & over; $2 children 6-18; free for children under 6. Call for hrs.
La Salle University-Art Museum
1900 W. Olney Ave.; 215-951-1221.
. The Buffoonish Bourgeois - Caricatures & Satire of the Upper Middle-Class Businessman in 19th-Century France. Closes 5/30. Donations accepted. Mon.-Fri. 10 am-4 pm; Sun. 2-4 pm.
Noyes Museum of Art
733 Lily Lake Rd., Oceanville; 609-652-8848.
Celebrating Fred Noyes - Abstract works filled with lush color & whimsical form. Closes 7/27. Home Grown: Americana From the Permanent Collection - Featured artists include James Toogood, Jack Gerber, Judith Brodsky, Joan Arbeiter, David Rhodes & Luigi Lucioni. Closes 7/27. Seams: Contemporary Art to Wear - Experimental textile techniques, cutting-edge digital technologies, traditional sewing & weaving. Closes 8/24. From Cape May to Cairo: The Work of George Washington Nicholson - Features seascapes, NJ marsh paintings & more. Closes 11/9. $4; $3 seniors, students; free for children under 6. Tue.-Sat. 10 am-4:30 pm, Sun. noon-5 pm.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
118-128 N. Broad St.; 215-972-7600.
Over 1,800 paintings, featuring some of the most important & recognizable works in American art. Saturday Family Workshops - Fun & creative workshops offer an opportunity for families to work together on a variety of different art projects. $6; $4 children; $4. 5/17 11 am-12:30 pm. 107th Annual Student Exhibition - Unveils the work of the Academy's 3rd- & 4th-year Certificate & graduating Master of Fine Arts students. Closes 6/1. Spot Check: Academy Contemporary - Installation spotlights over a dozen objects that have entered the collection through the Contemporary Art Development Fund. Closes 6/8. $7; $6 seniors & students; $5 youth 5-18; free for children under 5. Tue.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm; Sun. 11 am-5 pm.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
26th St. & Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.; 215-763-8100.
. Frida Kahlo - Over 40 of the artist's most important self-portraits, still lifes & portraits. $20; $17 seniors, students & children 13-18; $10 children 5-12 (incl. reg. adm.). Closes 5/18. A Flute in the Forest: Tales of Young Krishna - Work in a variety of media depicting the Hindu diety Krishna. Closes 6/1. Colonial Philadelphia Porcelain: The Art of Bonnin & Morris - Display featuring examples of Philadelphia's first commercially produced porcelain. Closes 6/1. Precious Possessions: The American Craft Collection - FiberPhiladelphia 2008 event. Closes 6/29. Live Cinema/Carlos Amorales - Shadowy worlds peopled by animals, people & insects in hostile environs. Closes 7/13. Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco & Modernism in Japan - Exhibit of kimonos created in the early to mid-20th century. Closes 7/20. $14; $12 seniors; $10 students & youth 13-18; free for children 12 & under. Tue.-Thu., Sat.-Sun. 10 am-5 pm; Fri. 10 am-8:45 pm.
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Perelman Building
Fairmount Ave.; 215-763-8100.
. A Conversation in Three Dimensions - Selections from the permanent collection, including works by Picasso, Kiefer, Chamberlain & more. Closes 5/25. Fashioning Kimono: Art Deco & Modernism in Japan - Approx. 90 kimono in a variety of styles. Closes 7/20. Ansel Adams: Transcending the Literal - Over 40 photographs from the museum's collections. Closes 8/17. $7. Tue.-Sun. 10 am-5 pm.
Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art
615 N. Broad St.; 215-627-6747.
. Contemporary art that illuminates the Jewish experience. Works by William Anatasi, Chaim Gross, Tobi Kahn & others. Mon.-Thu. 10 am-4 pm; Fri. 10 am-2 pm; Sun. 10 am-noon.
Franklin Parkway at 22nd St.; 215-763-8100.
Public Tours - Tue., Thu. & Sun., 1st & 3rd Sat. 1 pm. Donation suggested: $3. Tue.-Sun. 10 am-5 pm.
Rosenbach Museum & Library
2008-2010 Delancey Pl.; 215-732-1600.
19th-century home of the Rosenbach brothers. Sendak in Spring Festival - Celebrate the children's author with a fun-filled day of exciting workshops, performances, book fair & more. 5/17-5/18 noon-4 pm. Hands-on House Tour: Made in Philadelphia - Focuses on decorative arts made in Philadelphia between 1750-1850. Visitors are invited to handle selected pieces of furniture & silver. 5/21 1 pm. A Mad Tea Party - Installation in honor of the 80th anniversary of Dr. Rosenbach's purchase of the 'Alice in Wonderland' manuscript. Closes 8/31. There's a Mystery There: Sendak on Sendak - Original artwork, rare sketches, never-before seen working materials, interview footage & more. Closes 4/30/09. $10; $8 seniors; $5 students & youth; free for children under 5. Tue., Thu.-Sun. 10 am-5 pm; Wed. 10 am-8 pm.
Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion
319 East State St., Trenton; 609-989-3632.
. Pottery, ceramics & other objects, most of which were made in the Trenton area. Ellarslie Open XXVI & the Second Salon des Refuses - Annual exhibit focusing on local talent. Closes 6/22. Dining Out on Trenton - The Maddock & Scammell Companies of Trenton, NJ - Selections from the Scammell Family Collection & the Larry Paul Collection. Closes 7/31. Suggested donation: $5; $3 seniors & students. Tue.-Sat. 11 am-3 pm; Sun. 1-4 pm.
University of Pennsylvania - Institute of Contemporary Art
118 S. 36th St.; 215-898-7108.
Trisha Donnelly: Solo Exhibition - Installation featuring sculpture, drawing, photographs, text, sound, video & painting. Mike's World: Michael Smith & Joshua White. Trenton Doyle Hancock: Project Space & Ramp Project. All close 8/3. $6; $3 students, artists & seniors; free for children 12 & under. Wed.-Fri. noon-8 pm, Sat.-Sun. 11 am-5 pm.
Ursinus College - Berman Museum of Art
Main St., Collegeville; 610-409-3500.
. Annual Student Exhibition: 2008 - Paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photography & new media. Closes 5/17. Tue.-Fri. 10 am-4 pm; Sat.-Sun. noon-4:30 pm.
Woodmere Art Museum
9201 Germantown Ave.; 215-247-0476.
. Hail Sacred Genius: Drawings by Benjamin West - West was arguably the American colonies' first art superstar. Closes 6/8. Chestnut Hill Presbyterian Nursery School - Pre-K students represented by an array of paintings, drawings, fiber arts & sculpture. Closes 6/8. Tue.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm; Sun. 1-5 pm.
3rd Street Gallery
58 N. Second St.; 215-625-0993.
. Members' Group Exhibition.
Artists' House Gallery
57 N. Second St.; 215-923-8440.
. David Graeme Baker - Realist oil paintings. Gregory Raymond Halili - Miniature paintings inspired by memory. Jesse Harrington. Laura Rutherford Renner - Oil paintings exploring reflections of the artist's environment. Rosemarie Cunniffe - Acrylic cityscape paintings. Sarah van der Helm - Highly detailed oils of flowers emerging from paper packaging. All close on 6/1.
Asian Arts Initiative
1219-1223 Vine St.; 215-557-0455.
. Asian Arts Initiative Alumni Show - Visual art work from current & past staff, interns, workshop participants, volunteers since 1993.
AxD Gallery (AlwaysbyDesign)
265 S. 10th St.; 215-627-6250.
. Joe Bowman: Skin - Photography celebrating the male form. Closes 5/31.
1817 Frankford Ave.; 215-423-2668.
. There Will Be Animals - Works by Tory Franklin, Alan Prazniak & K-Fai Steele. Closes 5/18.
Bridgette Mayer Gallery
709 Walnut St.; 215-413-8893.
. Ivan Stojakovic: Build-Up - Recent mixed media paintings. Closes 5/24.
Burholme Baptist Church
905 Cottman Ave.; 215-745-3483. Keystone N-Trak Model Railroad Club - Model railroad club open house. 5/17 noon-4 pm. 5/18 1-5 pm.
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (formerly Creative Artists Network)
237 S. 18th St., Ste. 3A; 215-546-7775.
. Collecting Emerging Art - Discussion on incorporating art into the home followed by cocktails & hors d'oeurves. $30. 5/21 6 pm. Pittsburgh Selections - Feat. work by artist members of the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Opening reception 5/29. Closes 6/13.
1355 Ridge Ave.; 267-514-8647.
. Judith Jacobson: New paintings & drawings. Closes 5/30.
Da Vinci Art Alliance
704 Catharine St.; 215-829-0466.
. Trans-Gression Arts Festival: Film Night - Film pieces by artists including Justin Jain, Susan DiPronio, Laureen Griffin & Martina Plag. 5/17 7 pm. Trans-Gression Arts Festival: Tally Brennan's INTERview - One-act play examining the struggle for gay civil rights from different generational perspectives. 5/18 4 pm. Trans-Gression Artists' Collective Arts Festival Exhibit - Work by artists participating in Trans-Gression's arts festival. Closes 5/30.
Drexel University - Picture Gallery
32nd & Chestnut St., 3rd Floor; 215-895-0480.
. Paintings of houses by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Dusseldorf Academy, Francis Martin Drexel, Astronomical, Musical Clock by David Rittenhouse.
703 S. Sixth St.; 215-413-3884.
. James E. Dupree: Revision - Recent mixed media. Closes 7/31.
72 N. 2nd St.; 215-413-7072. Daniel Phill: Purely Abstract - Debut solo exhibition of abstract expressionist work by CA painter. Closes 6/1.
Esther M. Klein Art Gallery
3600 Market St.; 215-966-6188.
Odor Limits - Scent-themed exhibit exploring a variety of contemporary themes. Closes 6/28.
221 Arch St.; 215-922-5155.
. Tezh Modarressi: Gossip - New paintings. Closes 5/31.
Fleisher Art Memorial
719 Catherine St.; 215-922-3456.
. Dr. Sketchy's Philadelphia - Drawing session turned cabaret event. Emcees, colorful costumes, contests & more. Monthly. $10. 5/16 7-10 pm.
302 Arch St.; 215-592-7752.
. Line & Time & Space - Work by Isabel Albrecht, Sharka Hyland, Sebastian Rug & Bruce Pollock. Closes 6/28. Samantha Simpson & Rachel Perry Welty - Ballpoint drawings & sculpture, drawings & video. Closes 6/28.
Gross McCleaf Gallery
127 S. 16th St.; 215-665-8138.
. Mary Wallman & Max Mason - Floral & still life pastels & baseball-themed oils & pastels. Closes 6/9.
International House of Philadelphia
3701 Chestnut St.; 215-387-5125.
. David Kessler - Shadow World: Under the El, Year One - Video installation focusing on the space & people living beneath train tracks. Closes 5/30. Netanel Eliezer: Personal Landscapes - Photography exploring the lives of International House residents. Closes 6/6.
James Oliver Gallery
723 Chestnut St., 4th Fl.; 215-923-1242.
. The Effect! A Pop Art Blast - Features 29 artists' comtemporary interpretations of the '60s Pop Art Movement. Closes 6/21.
Khmer Art Museum Gallery
319 N. 11th St. (at Wood St.); 215-922-5600.
. Devoted to the art of Cambodia, including paintings, sculptures, carvings, jewelry, percussion instruments & decorative arts of both traditional & contemporary perspectives.
600 Washington Square South; 215-629-1000.
Jennifer Bartlett: From Rhapsody to Song - Selection of the artist's plate paintings, including a new large-scale piece. Closes 5/24.
Manayunk Art Center
419 Green La.; 215-482-3363.
. Serenity & Whimsy - Oil paintings by Evan Haines & artwork in various media & styles by members of Manayunk Artists' Co-Op. Closes 5/25.
Mugshots Coffeehouse & Café - Manayunk
110 Cotton Street; 215-482-3964.
. Jim Powell: Travel Photographs - Jim Powell shares his photographs from ten years of globetrotting. Closes 6/1.
52 N. 2nd St.; 215-627-5310.
. Lorraine Raywood: New Work - Photographs. Closes 6-1.
1400 N. American St.; 215-629-1103.
. Rebecca Gilbert - Experimental print work. Virginia Batson - Philadelphia-based artist works in a wide range of media. Both close 6/6.
Pageant Soloveev Gallery
607 Bainbridge St.; 215-925-1535.
. Enrico Riley: Golden Cup - New works. Closes 5/25.
Painted Bride Art Center
230 Vine St.; 215-925-9914.
. Am the Rhythm - Colorful, rhythmic pieces. Closes 5/17.
133 N. Second St.; 215-625-9990.
David Ambrose: The Braille Landscape - Intricate designs reminiscient of architectural elements, pierced paper & painted lace. Closes 5/31. Matthew Kucynski: You're Apocalypse - Mixed media narratives reflective of children's stories. Closes 5/31.
Philadelphia Art Alliance
251 S. 18th St.; 215-545-4302.
. Gijs Bakker - Over 100 pieces of jewelry. Closes 5/18.
Philadelphia Art Alliance Satellite Gallery
210 W. Rittenhouse Sq., 3rd Fl.; 215-545-4302.
. Vincent Romaniello: DEEP - Rich texture of paintings using a variety of materials. Closes 5/18.
Philadelphia Folklore Project
735 S. 50th St.; 215-726-1106.
. All That We Do: Contemporary Women, Traditional Arts - Photography exhibit documenting the experiences of 9 local women. Ongoing: If These Walls Could Talk - Posters, handbills, pictures & other social change-themed memorabilia.
Philadelphia Sketch Club
235 S. Camac St.; 215-545-9298.
. 2008 Workshops Exhibition - Works by artists who participate in the Club's life, clothed model & print workshops. Closes 5/25. B.A. Keogh: Broken Boundaries - Mixed-media exhibition by Sketch Club member Barbara Keogh. Closes 6/29.
The Print Center
1614 Latimer St.; 215-735-6090.
. Gallery Store Talks - Artists & art enthusiasts will gather in The Print Center Gallery Store to discuss prints & photographs. 5/17 2-3 pm. Three Solo Exhibitions - Featuring celebrated printmakers Orit Hofshi, Bill Scott & Janet Towbin. Closes 5/17.
629 N. 2nd St.; 267-303-9652.
. Henry Bermudez: Con la Mirada en el Cielo - Intricate layered assemblages. Closes 5/31. Paul Santoleri: Subterranean/Basement - Day-glow, free-formed phantasmal environments. Closes 5/31.
Sam Quinn Gallery
4501 Spruce St.; 267-408-5769.
. Melinda Steffy: Particular Memories (Amid the Vast Emptiness of Forgetting) - Small mixed media pieces created with homemade pigments, secondhand fabrics, found objects, family keepsakes & more. Closes 6/13.
Sande Webster Gallery
2006 Walnut St.; 215-636-9003.
. Kevin Cole: Fragments of Frozen Sound - Wall-hung & tabletop sculptures created in distinct styles of metal & mixed media. Closes 6/3. SWG Allstars: Figure That - Mix of paintings, found-object constructions & screen wire sculptures. Closes 6/3.
1710 Sanson St., 2nd Fl.; 215-569-9433.
. Anne Seidman: Exhibition - Closes 6/7.
4017 Walnut St.; 215-701-4627. slought.org. 239 Years (Divided by 12 Artists) - Features works by new faces on the contemporary art scene. Crazy - Exhibition with film screenings featuring the work of Argentinean filmmaker Daniel Böhm. North - Research project, public seminar & display. All close 5/18.
1026 Arch St., 2nd Fl.; 215-574-7630.
. Screen-Printing Party - Two of the best printers out of central Virginia, Thomas Dean & Travis Robertson, will screen print a clothing item of your choice. 5/17 1-4 pm. Fuzz - Features handcrafted works, homemade books, clothing & more. Closes 5/31.
259 N. 3rd St.; 215-925-7379.
. MFA Thesis Exhibitions 2008 - On display at both Temple Gallery & Tyler/Penrose Galleries. Closes 5/24.
Twenty Two Gallery
236 S. 22nd St.; 215-772-1911. Carol Woolford: Landscapes & Flowers - This exhibition features pastels & fiberwork. Closes 6/12.
UPenn - Burrison Gallery
3611 Walnut St.; 215-898-4618.
. Daniel Wilder: Synthesis - Paintings. Closes 5/31.
UPenn - Van-Pelt Dietrich Library Center
3420 Walnut St.; 800-390-1829.
. Textual Spaces: An Architecture of Reading - Rosenwald Gallery show devoted to books & architecture. Closes 5/28.
University of the Arts - Gallery 1401
211 S. Broad St., 14th Fl.; 215-717-6300.
. Sophomore Show: Recent Work - Closes 5/21.
University of the Arts - Hamilton Gallery
320 South Broad St.; 215-717-6480.
. Senior Photography Show - Photography show featuring traditional, mixed media & digital methods. Closes 5/23.
University of the Arts - Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery
333 S. Broad St.; 215-717-6480.
. MFA Book Arts/Printmaking Thesis Exhibition. Closes 5/18.
University of the Arts - Sol Mednick Gallery
211 S. Broad St., 15th Fl.; 215-717-6300.
. Sophomore Show: Recent Work - Closes 5/21.
319 A N. 11th St., 3rd Fl.; 215-238-1236.
. May Exhibition - Installations, paintings, multimedia, mixed media, film. Closes 6/1.
201 North 3rd St.; 215-923-7030.
. In-Between: Group Show - Group show explores the transitory nature of relationships, self-perception, emotion & mortality. Closes 6/28.
White Stone Gallery
4219 Main St.; 215-482-7700.
. Wayne Berger & Barbara Februar: Restoration - Gold, silver & copper leafed abstracts & contemporary paintings. Closes 6/29.
113 N. 23rd St.; 215-990-5150. yodarkroom.com. Hinda Schuman & Linda Johnson: The Pennsylvania Project - 16 photographic pieces. Closes 6/15.
Abington Art Center
515 Meetinghouse Rd., Jenkintown; 215-887-4882.
. Art Classes & Workshops for Adults - Jewelry making, photography, ceramics, painting & drawing. Call for dates & times. Reg. required & prices vary. Coffee Break - Enjoy coffee, pastries, talks about art. $5. 5/17 9:30 am. Metamorphosis - Artistic renderings of caterpillars, worms, cocoons, moths & butterflies. Closes 7/26.
Barn Studio Gallery at Gronendahl Farm
4783 Landisville Rd., Doylestown; 215-348-8943. Together Again Art Exhibit - Features the works of Dorothy Wendig McNamara, Jean Franz Miller, Carol Barany & the late Anita Gronendahl. Closes 5/18.
388 W. Pothouse Rd., Phoenixville; 610-917-0140.
. Erica Brown - Pushing Through: Recent Works - Works in exhibit signify overcoming hardship, seeking hope, persevering through life & finding beauty in unlikely places. Closes 5/31. Jennifer Maria Meyer: Revive Treasures, Rekindle Memories - Wearable art combining old & new styles. Closes 6/30.
Brush & Palette
123 E. State St., Kennett Square; 610-444-4565.
. Diane Cannon: Spring Fling - Lush watercolors inspired by children & the environment. Closes 5/20.
Delaware County Community College
901 South Media Line Rd., Media; 610-359-5134.
. Graphic Design Exhibition. Closes 5/27.
Elephant's Eye Artists Studio Tour
Each artist will open their private studio, giving the public an inside peek at the creative magic. Cedar Maze, 252 Cafferty Road, Point Pleasant; Chris Bonner Studio, 8775 Rte. 611, Revere; Ellsworth Studios, 1378 Cobbler Road, Quakertown; Ken Vavrek Studio, 930 Hilltown Pike, Hilltown; Lisa Naples Ceramics, 2321 Lower State Rd., Doylestown; Smith/Chamlee Studio, 25 Bunker Hill Rd., Ottsville; Steve Tobin Studio; 530 California Rd., Quakertown. 215-340-0964;
. Ends 5/18.
The Gallery at Cedar Hollow
2447 Yellow Springs Rd., Malvern; 610-640-2787. Handcrafted Bridal Display. Closes 12/31.
Image Makers Art Inc. Gallery
12 W. Mechanic St,, New Hope; 215-862-4858.
. Leader in acquisition & exhibition of artworks by famous musicians & actors. Jerry Garcia: A Visual Journey - Touring exhibition offers the opportunity for collectors & fans alike to acquire pieces of Garcia's work. Ongoing.
2500 Moreland Rd., Willow Grove; 215-657-8333.
. Barbara Kozero: Wild Imagination - Original drawings & mixed media sculptures. Closes 5/31.
Main Line Art Center
Old Buck Rd. & Lancaster Ave., Haverford; 610-525-0272.
. Main Line Collects Philadelphia - Works created since 1950 by Philadelphia artists. Closes 6/10.
Main Line Unitarian Church
816 S. Valley Forge Rd., Devon; 610-688-4616.
. Youth ArtWorks 2008: Art to Rescue Animals - Preschool-High School animal art, crafts & on-going "flea" market to benefit Main Line Animal Rescue. Ends 5/26. Mon.-Fri. 9 am-4:30 pm, Sun. 9 am-2 pm.
MCGOPA at SPP Galleries (Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists)
Inquirer Building, Conshohocken; 610-292-6084.
. Through the Eyes of an Artist. Closes 5/31.
Mixed Media Gallery
323 S. Main St., Doylestown; 215-345-0980.
. Walking on Water: Arts From the Bayou - Works in various media by 20 talented artists from the Gulf Coast. Closes 5/31.
Newman & Saunders Galleries
120 Bloomingdale Ave., Wayne; 610-293-1280.
. Contemporary American Realists - Paintings by Philip Jamison, Scott Cameron, Serge Hollerbach, John Salminen & Glenn Rudderow. Closes 6/19.
Penn Medicine at Radnor
250 King of Prussia Rd., Radnor; 610-902-2000. pennhealth.com/radnor. The Art League Members Juried Show - Closes 5/17.
Pennswood Village Art Gallery
1382 Newtown-Langhorne Rd., Newtown; 215-968-9110. The Three Anthonisens - Artwork by George R. Anthonisen, Daniel Anthonisen & Rachel Anthonisen-Gates. Closes 6/1.
213 N. Broad St., Lansdale; 215-572-6855. Oreland Art Center - Spring Member Show & Sale - Closes 5/29.
Stover Mill Gallery
852 River Road, Rte. 32, Erwinna; 610-294-9420. Celeste Dashiell & Deborah Pitha: Enchanted Eyes - Oils & acrylics. Closes 5/25.
Stover Mill Gallery
852 River Road, Rte. 32, Erwinna; 610-294-9420. Celeste Dashiell & Deborah Pitha: Enchanted Eyes - Oils & acrylics. Closes 5/25.
Sunset Hill Fine Arts
23 N. High St., West Chester; 610-692-0374.
. Adrian Martinez - Internationally-known artist whose work has been displayed in the Bush White House. Closes 5/23.
The Upstairs Gallery
Rte. 202 & Street Rd., Lahaska; 215-794-8486.
. Robert Allen - Oil paintings. Closes 5/30.
Viking Culinary Arts Center
One Town Pl., Ste. 100, Bryn Mawr; 610-526-9020.
. ARTsisters: The Gift of Art - Paintings, prints, mixed media, glass art, watercolor & photography. Proceeds benefit Food Bank. Closes 5/28.
Atlantic City Art Center
New Jersey Ave. & the Boardwalk, Atlantic City; 609-347-5837.
. Todd Johnson, Peter Ehlinger & Michael Scuillo. Closes 5/31.
Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey
123 S. Elmwood Rd., Marlton; 856-985-1009.
. Common Ground: Journeys in Oil & Pastel - Paintings by James S. Jackson & pastels & drawings by Kathy Shumway-Tunney. Closes 5/28.
Gloucester County Historical Society Museum
58 N. Broad St., Woodbury; 856-848-8531. Sports Memorabilia Mania - Closes 7/27.
250 S. Park Dr., Haddon Township; 856-868-0040. arts.camden.lib.nj.us. Object/Desire - Group show. Closes 6/7.
bold]Jim's of Lambertville 6 Bridge St., Lambertville; 609-397-7700.
. The Thrilla in Lambertvilla XIX - Pennsylvania Impressionist & Modernist painting show & sale. Closes 8/31.
9618 Third Ave., Stone Harbor; 609-368-7777.
. Bronze Sculpture Collection. 5/16-5/18 & 5/19-5/22 10 am-5 pm.
Perkins Center for the Arts
395 Kings Hwy., Moorestown; 856-235-6488.
. Moorestown DeCafé Coffeehouse Concert - Professional & emerging regional musicians perform folk, blues & jazz. $15 includes concert & light refreshments. 5/16 8:15 pm.
Rutgers University - Camden Center for the Arts
311 N. Fifth St., Camden; 856-225-2700. rcca.camden.rutgers.edu. Generation to Generation - Work by Rutgers seniors & alumni. Closes 5/28.
Delaware Visitor Center & Galleries
406 Federal St., Dover; 302-739-4266. Women in Leadership - Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow - Historical exhibit on women who've made a significant impact on Delaware. Closes 12/31.
5714 Kennett Pike, Centreville; 302-655-5230.
. Elizabeth Mowry: A French Connection - Paintings. Closes 5/31.
Somerville Manning Gallery
Breck's Mill, 2nd Floor, Greenville; 302-652-0271.