Exhibitor listing
Bridgette Mayer Gallery
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Bridgette Mayer Gallery
709 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
United States
T  215-413-8893
F  215-413-2283
E-mail address : bmayer@bmayerart.com
Website : http://www.bridgettemayergallery.com
Bridgette Mayer Gallery specializes in abstract art from active contemporary artists based in the Philadelphia area, as well as throughout the country and world.

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Neil Anderson

    Neil Anderson

    Biography : Neil Anderson (b. 1933, American) is a contemporary painter heavily inspired by the natural landscape surrounding his studio in rural central Pennsylvania. He describes his work as nonrepresentational rather than abstract and explains that after the initial drawing, the emerging colors, textures and shapes are all improvised. The meaning of the painting arises from the unexpected occurrences of formal arrangement that happen in the process of working toward a conclusion where all the parts will become interdependent. Anderson received his MFA from the University of Iowa and later became a long-time professor of art at Bucknell University, teaching there for 41 years and retiring in 1999. Neil Anderson primarily works in oil and watercolor, with occasional forays into printmaking and on-site projects focused on the environment and natural phenomena. His work has been featured in notable group exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and exhibited in numerous solo shows in Philadelphia, New York, and Washington D.C. He is included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, and Temple University’s Fox School of Business among others. Anderson has been featured in such publications as The New York Times, Art in America, Arts Magazine, ART news, and The Philadelph ia Inquirer . He lives and works in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
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  • Arden Bendler Browning

    Arden Bendler Browning

    Biography : Arden Bendler Browning received her MFA from Tyler School of Art and her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Her work has been widely exhibited; with solo shows at the Philadelphia International Airport, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Abington Art Center, Fleisher Art Memorial and the Painted Bride Art Center; and group shows at The Painting Center (New York, NY), The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Swarthmore College, Arkansas State University, Moore College of Art and Design, and many others. She has been shortlisted for the West Prize and was a fellow at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists.
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  • Charles Burwell

    Charles Burwell

    Biography : Charles Burwell received his BFA from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art (Philadelphia, PA) in 1977, and his MFA from Yale University School of Art (New Haven, CT) in 1979. He has participated in many exhibitions, including solo shows at Bridgette Mayer Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (Wilmington, DE), Dartmouth College (Hanover, NH), the University of Delaware (Newark, DE), and Swarthmore College (Swarthmore, PA). He has taught at Tyler School of Art, Rhode Island School of Design (Providence, RI), and Dartmouth College and has been a Visiting Artist at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), Brandeis University (Waltham, MA), and Yale University, among others. Burwell's work is included in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia, PA), the Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington, DE), the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (Philadelphia, PA), and The Studio Museum in Harlem (New York, NY). He has been the recipient of two Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowships, a United States Information Agency grant for Middle East travel, a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts.
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  • Alejandro Diaz

    Alejandro Diaz

    Biography : Based in New York City, Alejandro Diaz is originally from Texas where he developed an exciting and pertinent body of work exemplifying the complex and visually rich cultural milieu particular to South Texas and Mexico. Diaz’s conceptual, campy and political cardboard signs - which he began making and selling on the streets of Manhattan in the late 90s - are emblematic of his recurrent use of everyday materials, his humor infused politics, and his ongoing involvement with art as a form of entertainment, activism, public intervention, and free enterprise. The ongoing cardboard signs series continues to evolve with some of the sayings now being produced in neon. In 2003, Diaz created a major installation for the Havana Biennial, I ♥Cuba, an installation of free souvenir items emblazoned with the artist’s twist on the familiar New York slogan. He was commissioned by the Public Art Fund, New York’s premier presenter of public art, to create 4 large-scale sculptures for the grand concourse in the Bronx (2006). In 2007 Diaz was the recipient of the prestigious Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award and was selected to participate in a major group exhibition at LACMA, Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement which then travelled to Mexico City, Houston, and New York. In 2009 Diaz presented a solo project at the critically acclaimed Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, CT. Diaz has had a solo exhibition at Jessica Murray Projects, NY (2001) and has lectured on his work at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Drawing Center, NY. His work is included in the permanent collections at the RISD Museum, LACMA, Fundacion Jumex, Museo del Barrio, NY and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Scottsdale, AZ. He has been reviewed in publications such as the New Yorker, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, WWD, Architectural Digest (Mexico), Dwell, Flash Art, and Frieze.
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  • Dana Hargrove

    Dana Hargrove

    Biography : Dana Hargrove, born in Edinburgh Scotland, graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee University, Scotland with a Bachelor of Fine Art with Honors in Painting. She continued her education in the USA with a Master of Fine Art from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Hargrove is currently an Associate Professor of Studio Art at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida where she now resides. Hargrove concerns herself with ideas that frame our perceptions of the land and our sense of place and space, she employs a range of media from photography, collage, sculpture and installed paintings including large scale site specific works. Represented by the Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia, she continues to exhibit her work both internationally and nationally. She has recently exhibited her work at: Alt_space Gallery, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Emerged, Glasgow, Scotland and Greatmore Studios, Cape Town. She has received several awards such as the National Young Painters Competition First Place Award, full artist-inresidence fellowships at Vermont Studio Center, CentralTrak, The University of Texas at Dallas Artists Residency and Greatmore Studios artist in residence in Cape Town, South Africa.
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  • Tim McFarlane

    Tim McFarlane

    Biography : Tim McFarlane, a native of Philadelphia, PA, was educated in the Philadelphia public school system and later attended Temple University, where he earned a BA in Art. McFarlane also studied at the Barnes Foundation and attended classes at the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial. As a boy, McFarlane took an early interest in art via comic books and art classes in school. However, it wasn’t until the last two years of high school that he became actively involved in the study and practice of art, particularly painting. McFarlane studied the works of Old Masters and French Impressionists to gain an understanding of color and composition. The shifting space of memory, influenced by time, forms the foundation of content for his paintings and works on paper. As meaning and influences evolve from day-to-day, the residue of the past lingers and with that are attempts to reconcile new information and knowledge with what is known, or imagined, of the past. In his paintings, overlapping forms and fractured spaces that alternately support and negate each other, act as metaphors for changes that occur in everyday life. Shifts in relationships, spaces and perception, some subtle and others jarring, contribute to the psychological content in McFarlane’s work. His paintings and works on paper are made with a combination of open and opaque layers that incorporate various modes of mark making, including direct painting, drawing, image transfers and stenciling. Taken together, this forges a sense of interdependence, history and chance happenings within the works, and, in turn, allows room for multiple meanings in his paintings. Tim McFarlane currently lives and maintains a studio in Philadelphia. McFarlane has been exhibiting since 1992 and has work included in several private and corporate collections.
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  • Eileen Neff

    Eileen Neff

    Biography : Having formally studied Literature (BA Temple University) and Painting (BFA Philadelphia College of Art; MFA Tyler School of Art), Eileen Neff has been working with photo-based images and photo/installations since 1981. Drawing on both historic and contemporary concepts of picturing the natural and constructed world, the work includes an investigation of studio practice itself as part of her generative sources. And increasingly, Neff’s practice has developed in relation to the sites where she has exhibited, embracing forms of display and presentation as another critical layer of consideration. Her recent solo exhibitions were at the Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia and the Bruce Silverstein in New York City. In 2007, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia exhibited a 15-year retrospective of her work, which in 2009 traveled to The Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin, Ireland. Also in 2009, a 10-year retrospective of photographic work was exhibited at the Weatherspoon Museum in North Carolina. Other individual installations include the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Rosenbach Museum and Library, Philadelphia, PA; the Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA; Artists Space, New York, NY; and MOMA P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY. Neff has been the recipient of several awards, the most recent being a 2016 John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Memorial Fellowship. Other awards include the Pew Fellowship in the Arts, The National Endowment for the Arts Grant, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship, and the Leeway Foundation Artist Grant. She has been granted residencies at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Clermont, Kentucky; Monte Azul, Talamanca Mountains, Costa Rica; MacDowell Art Colony, Peterborough, NH; The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, PA; and La Napoule Art Foundation, La Napoule, France. Eileen Neff is currently a Resident Critic in the MFA Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. From 1989 – 2002,
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  • Nathan Pankratz

    Nathan Pankratz

    Biography : Nathan Pankratz received his B.F.A. from the Pennsylvania State University (State College, PA) in 2004 and his M.F.A. from the University of the Arts (Philadelphia, PA) in 2008. Pankratz was awarded the Henkels Award by the University of the Arts in 2008 and his work is prominently featured at the Fox School of Business at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA). He was a founder and member of the Philadelphia-based collective Tiger Strikes Asteroid from 2009-2011, and has exhibited widely including several international shows along with previous solo exhibitions at the Patterson Gallery (University Park, PA) and the Gallery @ 543 on the campus of URBN, Urban Outfitters headquarters (Philadelphia, PA) among others. The artist currently lives and works in Philadelphia area.
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  • Rebecca Rutstein

    Rebecca Rutstein

    Biography : Award winning artist, and part ocean explorer, Rebecca Rutstein will be embarking on her fifth deep sea expedition/artist residency and second aboard the R/V Atlantis with a team of scientists lead by Mandy Joye from the University of Georgia and Andreas Teske from the University of North Carolina. While the scientists will be exploring hydrothermal vents and the unique carbon cycling processes occurring in Mexico’s Guaymas Basin in the Sea of Cortez, Rutstein will be setting up her studio on the ship and creating new works inspired by the data being collected in real time. Additionally during this expedition, Rutstein will be making her second deep sea dive aboard Alvin, a fully submersible vessel able to withstand the crushing pressure of the extremes of the deep ocean. This expedition begins her year-long tenure as the Delta Visiting Chair for Global Understanding; an annual award given to leading global scholars and creative thinkers who conceive and produce ground breaking collaborative works with University of Georgia faculty. Her work with Professor Mandy Joye will culminate in public lectures, community events, a long-term mural installation at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, and a year-long exhibition of Rutstein’s artwork at the Georgia Museum of Art. Included among the works in this exhibition will be an arresting 22 foot tall painting and an immersive 64 foot long steel sculpture installation containing reactive LED lights that will create trails of light that mimic the movements of the viewer. This sculpture, with its hexagonal sculptural forms and reactive lighting, and the forms represented in her paintings were inspired by the hydrocarbon structures and bioluminescence present in Guaymas Basin. Since earning her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1997, Philadelphia-based artist Rutstein has extensively exhibited her paintings, installations, public art and sculptures throughout the United States. With works inspired
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  • Dina Wind

    Dina Wind

    Biography : Originally from Israel, Dina Wind came to the United States in 1963. She earned her B.A. from the Hebrew University [Jerusalem, Israel], M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania [Philadelphia, PA], and a certificate in art appreciation from the Barnes Foundation when it was located at its former campus in Merion, PA. Wind additionally studied under the sculptor Leon Sitarchik. She had numerous solo exhibitions in both the Philadelphia area and New York throughout her career and was a longtime member of both Nexus Gallery in Philadelphia and Veridian Gallery in New York. Her work has been acquired by international collections such as Fields Associates [Tokyo, Japan] and The Interdisciplinary Center [Herzlia, Israel], as well as national collections including the Woodmere Art Museum [Philadelphia, PA], The West Collection, SEI [Oaks, PA], and the Hechinger Collection [Landover, MD]. Artistically descended from Abstract Expressionism, Wind started her art training in studio painting classes with Sam Feinstein, an artist/teacher who studied with Hans Hoffman. Wind painted from the early 70’s to the mid 80’s, when she switched mediums to metal sculpture, which she studied in studio classes starting in the early 80’s. Her latest work included individual metal sculptures, several series of metal wall sculptures, and floor installations, all of which have been described as “drawing in space." Instead of a brush and canvas, Wind works with cast-off materials such as abandoned car parts, industrial cut outs, pewter kitchenware and discarded tools. She transforms this detritus, the bane of the urban landscape, into lyrical compositions accented by deep glowing colors and linework. In 2006, Wind additionally started to create 3-Dimensional works on paper.
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Bridgette Mayer Gallery exhibits, represents, and promotes artists from around the world, through our established private gallery program in Philadelphia, as well as our art advisory firm based in the greater Jacksonville area. Building on 19 years of experience in the international art market, our professionally curated program facilitates access to innovative works from a diverse group of artists engaged on both a local and global scale. Bridgette Mayer Gallery is a leader in the Philadelphia arts community, actively partnering with local organizations to support fundraising initiatives and generating opportunities for our artists to engage with the public.